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Doniphan-Trumbull Public School DAY
|DAILY Schedule||PRESCHOOL||LUNCH Schedules|
|7:45 AM||School Personnel on duty||9:00 AM||Preschool Begins||12:00-12:20||Kindergarten & 1st Grade|
|8:10 AM||School Begins||12-12:30 PM||Preschool Lunch||11:00-11:20||2nd Grade, 3rd Grade & 4th Grade|
|3:35 PM||K-6 Dismissal||1:15 PM||Preschool Dismissal||12-12:20||5th Grade & 6th Grade|
|3:41 PM||7-12 Dismissal||11:30-11:54||1st Jr. High/HS Lunch|
|3:45 PM||School Personnel off duty||12:47-1:11||2nd Jr. High/HS Lunch|
Doniphan-Trumbull office hours, during the school year, are 7:45 AM to 4:00 PM.
Junior High and High School Daily Schedule
|8:10-8:57||Period 1||8:10-8:47||Period 1|
|9:00-9:47||Period 2||8:50-9:27||Period 2|
|9:50-10:37||Period 3||9:30-10:07||Period 3|
|10:40-11:27||Period 4||10:10-10:47||Period 4|
|11:30-11:54||10/11/12 MAP (9 MWF)||10:50-11:27||Period 5|
|7/8 LUNCH||11:30-11:57||9/10/11/12 MAP|
|11:57-12:44||Period 5||7/8 LUNCH|
|12:47-1:11||7/8 MAP (9 TTh)||12:00-12:37||Period 6|
|9/10/11/12 LUNCH||12:40-1:07||7/8 MAP|
|1:14-2:01||Period 6||9/10/11/12 LUNCH|
|2:04-2:51||Period 7||1:10-1:47||Period 7|
|2:54-3:41||Period 8||1:50-2:27||Period 8|
|1:30 Dismissal||10:00 Start|
|8:10-8:39||Period 1||10:00-10:30||Period 1|
|8:42-9:11||Period 2||10:33-11:03||Period 2|
|9:14-9:43||Period 3||11:06-11:36||Period 3|
|9:46-10:15||Period 4||11:39-12:09||9/10/11/12 MAP|
|10:18-10:47||Period 5||7/8 LUNCH|
|10:50-11:19||Period 6||12:12-12:42||Period 4|
|11:22-11:51||9/10/11/12 MAP||12:45-1:15||7/8 MAP|
|7/8 LUNCH||9/10/11/12 LUNCH|
|11:54-12:23||Period 7||1:18-1:48||Period 5|
|12:26-12:55||7/8 MAP||1:51-2:21||Period 6|
|9/10/11/12 LUNCH||2:25-2:55||Period 7|
|12:58-1:27||Period 8||2:58-3:28||Period 8|
High School Staff Schedule below:
Formally called KID’S CONNECTIONS a Health Insurance Program.
The children’s health insurance program went into effect September 1, 1998, providing health care coverage to children of low-income working families in Nebraska. Kid’s Connections is a part of former Gov. Ben Nelson’s Success 2000 vision for Nebraska’s future-ensuring that all children receive routine and preventative health care benefits in Nebraska.
CHIP is an expansion of Medicaid as health care coverage for qualified children who are without other health insurance and who do not qualify for Medicaid. Federally called the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), it provides the same services covered under Medicaid.
What are the benefits of the program?
CHIP is administered by the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). This program will build on the state’s medical program and provide health coverage for children in families whose income is 185 percent of the federal poverty level or below. Pregnant women with the same income level will also be included.
Once eligible, a child will receive coverage for twelve continuous months, regardless of changes in family income. This means more consistent and comprehensive medical, dental and certain mental health services for children and less administrative burden for providers, clients and agency workers.
What does CHIP cover?
CHIP provides well care for your child in helping to prevent diseases, finding and treating problems early, and maintaining good health and development.
Regular check-ups include:
CHIP also provides medical care for injuries and illnesses as early as possible. This is essential in treating or correcting health problems.
How can CHIP be my child's health coverage?
Your child's eligibility to have health coverage through CHIP based primarily on your family's income. Children may be eligible:
Do your children qualify for CHIP?
A simple online screening tool may assist to see if you could qualify. It doesn't’t provide an official decision, and you have the right to apply for any programs even if this screening indicates you are not eligible. Go to ACCESSNebraska to see if you qualify.
If you have questions, call toll-free at 1-855-632-7633.
Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services Finance & Support
P.O. Box 85801
Lincoln, NE 68509-85801
In Lincoln 402-473-7000
In Omaha 402-595-1178
(Select option for General Information and then option for Customer Service Center)
School pictures are currently scheduled on: August 25th for K-6th Grade Students, August 26th for 7-12 Grade Students, and September 21st for Pre-School Students.
Pre-School children not yet attending may have their pictures taken at 8:20 a.m. on August 25th.
Early Education Re-Takes will be on September 21st.
Mr. Johnson, Ag Teacher, was able to get a $2,000 grant from Farm Credit Services. The grant enabled D-T to purchase a drone for the department. Johnson said he hopes to apply for more funds to get a $2,400 UV camera to better monitor crops the way he believes many farmers and ranchers will in the future. Teaching the students about the way technology is effecting the farming community is one of Johnson's goals.
The DTXC is having a fundraiser that is running through Monday, August 29th. Show your DT Spirit with these great bags. Personalization is FREE! Icons cost $7. Print out the flyer to see more great stuff.
For questions or a catalog, please contact Lori Krzykowski 402-984-8698 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Turn in orders to the office or to Coach Hatt.
The Boosters are selling a plethora of fall items. There are T-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, shorts, ladies tights, championship jackets, polos, quarter zips, backpacks, cinch bags, beanies, and bucket hats. Print out the order form below and get them into Vickie by Friday, August 26th. Delivery will be September 9th. Any questions please contact Becky Sterner at 402-694-1448. Show your support for your Cardinal athletes and purchase your items today.
We still currently have items for sale that are IN STOCK.
STADIUM SEATS $48 Currently Available in BLACK
DT Backstrap $8 each or 2 for $15
$2 for each skin
Cardinal Polos $25 each in Black and Red
Available sizes (Red):
Available sizes (Black):
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