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DRUG FREE ZONE
The Doniphan-Trumbull Public School has been designated as a “Drug Free Zone”. A Drug Free Zone is an area within 1,000 feet of a public or private school in which the distribution, sale or use of any non-prescription drug is illegal.
Violators of the Federal Statutes in these zones will be subject to double penalty upon conviction for the first offense and the penalty is tripled for a second conviction.
If you are aware of any drug violations please contact the Hall County Sheriff @ 308-381-5202.
18th SB vs. Columbus Lakeview
20th SB vs. York
25th Golf @ K/C Meadowlark
Kearney Catholic 391, Grand Island Central Catholic 412, Ravenna 419, Doniphan-Trumbull 429, Arcadia-Loup City 438, Gothenburg 456, Kearney Catholic JV 469, Cozad 487.
1, Kaylei Becker, Cozad, 79; 2, Morgan Thiele, Kearney Catholic, 79; 3, Sidney Rash, Doniphan-Trumbull, 83; 4, Amanda Fay, GICC, 83; 5, Abigail Cornelius, Cozad, 91; 6, Delaney Harm, Gothenburg, 93; 7, Bailee Labs, Gibbon, 100; 8, Brooklyn Fiddelke, Ravenna, 100; 9, Blakely Wooden, GICC, 100; 10, Maddie Drozd, Kearney Catholic, 101; 11, Adyson Otte, Ravenna, 104; 12, Addie Mitchell, Kearney Catholic, 104; 13, Lauren Klemme, GICC, 105; 14, Taylor Griffith, Arcadia-Loup City, 106; 15, Macy Unick, Ravenna, 107.
Doniphan-Trumbull Public School Transportation
The School District operates six (6) morning and afternoon bus routes. Gretchen Beck is the transportation supervisor for the district and can be reached by calling 402-845-2282. Regular Drivers: Joyce Bridger, Dee Hollister, Chris Lewis, Monique Nelson, Julie Starman, and Wendy Toben.
Bus routes and scheduled pickup times will be assembled in the week prior to school opening. Drivers will contact patrons by August 12th, to inform them of estimated pickup times. New bus route patrons MUST, of course, contact the Superintendent’s Office in order to be placed on a scheduled route. A special education van will provide daily transportation to designated attendance centers for selected students with disabilities. Student bus riders will receive rules of conduct during fall orientation. It is essential that bus conduct rules be observed so that drivers can manage their vehicles in as safe a manner as possible. When student behavior on a school bus poses a safety concern, he or she may be denied riding privileges.
The parents of option enrollment students who would like bus transportation, and who live in close proximity to existing routes, may qualify for at home pick-up for a pre-determined fee. Please contact the Superintendent’s Office at 402-845-2282 to make arrangements. (Families whose children qualify for free school meals are eligible for reimbursement from the option school district for bus-riding expenses.)
DONIPHAN-TRUMBULL PUBLIC SCHOOL WEAPONS REMINDER
-NO WEAPONS ARE ALLOWED AT DONIPHAN-TRUMBULL PUBLIC SCHOOL-
REGARDLESS OF THE CONCEALED HANDGUN LAW
The Legislature has passed a concealed handgun law. We want to remind and assure staff, students, parents and visitors to our schools that weapons are NOT permitted to be brought to or possessed in our school buildings, school grounds, or school activities.
The concealed weapons law will allow adults to get a permit to carry a concealed handgun. Permit holders will be allowed to carry a concealed handgun in many places, but NOT at our schools. Anyone who carries a handgun or weapon at our school is in violation of Board policies and is also committing a crime which will be reported to law enforcement.
We have copied below the section of the new law:
Laws 2006, LB 454, Section 15
A permit holder may carry a concealed handgun anywhere in Nebraska, except any: Police, sheriff, or Nebraska State Patrol station or office; detention facility, prison, or jail; courtroom or building which contains a courtroom; polling place during a bona fide election; meeting of the governing body of a county, public school district, municipality, or other political subdivision; meeting of the Legislature or a committee of the Legislature; financial institution; professional, semi-professional, or collegiate athletic event; school, school grounds, school-owned vehicle, or school-sponsored activity or athletic event; place of worship; emergency room or trauma center; political rally or fundraiser; establishment having a license issued under the Nebraska Liquor Control Act that derives over one-half of its total income from the sale of alcoholic liquor; place where the possession or carrying of a firearm is prohibited by state or federal law; a place or premises where the person, persons, entity, or entities in control of the property or employer in control of the property has prohibited permit holders from carrying concealed handguns into or onto the place or premises; or into or onto any other place or premises where handguns are prohibited by law or rule or regulation.
If a parent has a concern for their child development of academic, social, physical, or emotional needs and would like the student screened by the school district, please call the special education director, Nancy Niles, at 402-845-2730 anytime during the school year to discuss a screening or assessment. The screening and assessments are free to parents.
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:
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