NOTICE TO PARENTS:

Students can no longer be picked up after 3:00pm (2:30pm on Fridays) unless a prearranged absence form has been completed and approved. Prearrenged absence forms are available below.

School Choice Visits

Charter schools including Indian Trail Academy, Lakeview, Harborside, Reuther and eSchool will be visiting Lincoln

Friday, December 8th from 8:40-9:45

Parent Night Choice School Meetings

November 27th from 7pm - 8pm at Bullen

November 28th from 7pm - 8pm at Lance

"Partners In Learning"

Student-Parent-Teacher Agreement - En Espanol

Important Forms

Early Dismissal Form

Medication Authorization Form

Prearranged Absence Form

Important Websites:

City of Kenosha Parking Regulations

Web Link
Name of Website
Purpose of Site

Allows parents to view assignments, grades, attendance and schedule of students.

You must have a working email address on file with KUSD to access the Infinite Campus portal.

Click HERE for more information.

My School Bucks My School Bucks
Allows parents to manage their student's lunch money account online.

NO Home-Prepared Foods in Schools

 

Kenosha Unified School District continues to support Kenosha County’s request to encourage schools to adhere to the safe public health practice of NO home-prepared foods in schools.

 

Adhering to this safe public health practice and requesting food items which are manufactured from a licensed facility promotes the following:

 

-Controls the spread of communicable disease from infected individuals and minimize the transmission to student and staff.  Licensed facilities are inspected and monitored by public health officials.

 

-Reduces economic hardship for parents/guardians that would require staying home from work with infected children when their child is excluded from school during a communicable disease outbreak.

 

-Reduces the risk of a life-threatening reaction for students with known allergies to certain food products.

 

Therefore, Kenosha Unified Schools will continue to encourage safe food practices in our school settings in order to maintain a healthy student and staff population.  These safe and health practices promote school attendance, yield a safer school environment and support the District’s educational goals.