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SCHOOL SUPPLIES - SALT CREEK INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL

6TH GRADE SUPPLY LIST 2018-2019
Supply lists for both 6th Grade Teams are similar, however there are items which are specific to each team. Class lists are almost finalized. When they are ready to be displayed, a post will be made on our Salt Creek Website and Twitter account. I hope you are having a great summer and we look forward to seeing you soon!

6th Grade Hallway Team Supply List - McGuire, Huysman, Hardin
6th Grade Building Team Supply List - Herrel, Clouse, Weller


5TH GRADE SUPPLY LIST 2018-2019
Supply lists for both 5th Grade Teams are the same with the exception of the binders (which is notated on the sheet). Class lists are almost finalized. When they are ready to be displayed, a post will be made on our Salt Creek Website and Twitter account. I hope you are having a great summer and we look forward to seeing you soon!

5th Grade Supply List

2018 YMCA SUMMER FEED PROGRAM

PICKAWAY COUNTY YMCA
440 NICHOLAS DRIVE
CIRCLEVILLE, 43113
740-477-1661
JUNE 4-AUGUST 10, 2018

KIDS AGES 1-18 MONDAY-FRIDAY

MEMBERSHIP NOT REQUIRED

LUNCH: 11:30-12:30 PM
SNACK: 3:00-4:00 PM

Lunch Served on Saturdays Now - August 18, 2018 @ 11-12:30 PM

BUILDING PLANS

Over the past several months, the District has worked closely with Ohio Facilities Construction Commission (OFCC) to explore various master plans (options) with the intent to go to the ballot in November 2018. The goal was to develop a plan that would benefit all students, be a cost effective option for the voters, would receive approval from the OFCC and ensure the State would pay 26% percent of the project.

Many factors are considered when OFCC works with Districts to develop a master plan. The two most important components OFCC considers are enrollment projections and proper use of taxpayers' money. The following statement guided our planning and the Commission's view of our District, in terms of planning for new construction.

As is the case with the majority of public school districts, your enrollment is declining and it has declined significantly. When we first started planning with you in 2001, your enrollment was still growing, and you had 2,300 students {current enrollme…