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Medical Documentation

Welcome Back Bennington Families,

Thank you to all of our staff members, students and family members who have actively engaged with us to learn more about our plans for fall. As a reminder, at this time, Bennington Public Schools intends to begin school August 12 with 100% of students back in school, using close to a traditional school-day and school-year calendar with numerous social-distancing guidelines and safety measures in place.

We realize that for some families, there are circumstances that make being physically at school very difficult. For families who are required for medical reasons to keep children at-home, we will offer homebound services for learning during the 20-21 school year due to COVID-19. For those who qualify to take part in this, the following process will be in place:

  1. When filing for Homebound Services, please note your family is committing to services happening in the remote learning environment and all courses may not be offered.

  2. Please work with your healthcare provider to complete the attached Medical Documentation for COVID-19 Learning Accommodations form and submit to Whitney Fagan, Director of Student Services at wfagan@bennps.org via fax at 402-238-2185, or mail to 11620 N 156th Street, Bennington NE 68007.  A separate form must be completed for each student in your household that is not able to attend school in-person.

Students who are attending school on campus and become ill or are asked to quarantine for 14 days or less will continue to work with their assigned classroom teacher following traditional illness procedures and policies. Illnesses beyond 14 days will be handled on an individual basis, starting with a conference with the building principal.

Thank you for your ongoing support. We will continue to communicate updated plans in the days and weeks to come.  For those students that meet the qualifications to receive access to Homebound / Remote Learning Services, BPS will reach out to provide what the student expectations will look like as we get closer to the start of the school year.

Whitney Fagan

Director of Student Services







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Students, their families and potential employees of the Bennington Public Schools are hereby notified that the Bennington Public School District does not discriminate on the basis of sex, disability, race, color, religion, veteran status, national or ethnic origin, age, marital status, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical condition, or other protected status in employment, career or technical programs and activities as set forth in compliance with federal and state statutes and regulations. Any persons having inquiries concerning Bennington Public Schools compliance with Title II, Title IV, Title VI, Title IX, ADA and/or Section 504 may contact:

Dr. Terry L. Haack, Superintendent · 11620 North 156th Street · Bennington, NE · Phone: (402) ­ 238­-3044
Email: thaack@bennps.org
 
Bennington Elementary · 11620 North 156th Street · PO Box 309 · 402­-238­-2690 · fax 402­-238­-2185
Bennington High School · 16610 Bennington Road · PO Box 309 · 402­-238­-2447 · fax 402­-238­-2950
Bennington Middle School · 11201 N. 168th Street ·PO Box 309 · 402­-238­-3082 · fax 402­-916­-5823
Anchor Pointe Elementary · 17007 HWS Cleveland Boulevard · PO Box 309 · 402­-238­-2166 · fax 402­-885­-8604
Pine Creek Elementary · 7801 N HWS Cleveland Blvd. · PO Box 309 · 402­-238­-2372 · fax 402­-238­-2416
Heritage Elementary · 9950 Rosewater Parkway · PO Box 309 · 402­-238­-2095 · fax 402­-238­-3351
District Office · 11620 North 156th Street · PO Box 309 · 402­-238­-3044 · 402­-238­-2185