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Food Service Department

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Welcome to the "Food Services" page, which gives you access to information on what your child is eating and how much money is in your child's account. To access this information you will need to call the Food Service Office and speak to Patti Jasinski at 671-8191. She will give you an ID number and password, as well as answer any questions you may have.

We hope this service is helpful to you and your child. Once again, if you have any questions please don't hesitate to call Food Service.

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Nutritional Information can be obtained by calling the Nutrition Services Office at 671-8191
DISCLAIMER: MENUS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE

Documents to Download / View
FileDescriptionFile size
Download this file (Auburn_Hampton_Mackensen_McAlear_Lunch.pdf)Auburn, Hampton, Mackensen & Mcalear-Sawden SchoolBreakfast & Lunch Menus1878 kB
Download this file (Linsday_MacGregor_Washington_Lunch.pdf)Linsday, MacGregor & Washington Elementary SchoolsBreakfast & Lunch Menus1990 kB
Download this file (HMS_menu.pdf)Handy Middle SchoolBreakfast & Lunch Menus242 kB
Download this file (WHS-MS_menu.pdf)Western Middle / High SchoolsBreakfast & Lunch Menus284 kB
Download this file (CHS_menu.pdf)Central High SchoolBreakfast & Lunch Menus252 kB
Download this file (KOLB_Menu.pdf)Kolb Elementary SchoolBreakfast & Lunch Menus1893 kB
Download this file (GLUTEN FREE MENU 2016-17.pdf)Gluten Free Menu2016-17251 kB
Download this file (Gluten Free Menu Breakfast 2016-17.pdf)Gluten Free Breakfast Menu2016-17201 kB
Download this file (REQUEST FOR SPECIAL DIETARY NEEDS ACCOMMODATIONS 14-15.pdf)Request For Special Dietary Needs AccommodationsPDF Form185 kB
Download this file (2016-17 F & R .pdf)Free & Reduced School Meal Application Information and application (PDF)1166 kB
Download this file (2016-17 HOUSEHOLD SURVEY.pdf)Household Survey 2016-17Central, Handy, Linsday, MacGregor, Washington, Wenona 924 kB
Download this file (Web Portal Instructions.pdf)Web Portal InstructionsInstructions for using Web Portal111 kB

Volunteer Department

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Amy Basket, Volunteer Coordinator

Volunteer Application

You can be a volunteer in the Bay City Public Schools. All you have to do is decide you want to do it, make a commitment and we will find a school and a job that fits your needs.

Volunteers work with children and schools in many ways including tutoring students, reading to children, assisting on the playgrounds or helping in libraries or computer labs. They also support activities outside the classroom such as chaperoning field trips and dances, attending booster club and parent/teacher organization meetings and helping with music and drama productions.

We have jobs and programs to fit every schedule, whether it is an hour a week or one day a month. The caring presence and individual attention of an interested volunteer can make a difference in a child's life.

The rewards are great - the opportunity to share in a child's education, being able to know the teachers and staff better, make new friends, and learn new skills. On top of all this, you will feel better knowing what a difference you are making!

People of all ages, professions and educational backgrounds are invited to join the Bay City Public Schools Volunteer Program. The only requirements are an interest in helping and a love of children.

The first step is to e-mail basketa@bcschools.net or call Amy Basket at 989-671-8148. Then we can discuss what your interests are and decide what would be the best placement for you.

Elementary Classroom: Support and assist classroom teacher and provide assistance in decorating room and preparing materials for holidays. Time Commitment - as needed.

Library: Assist students in finding books, check in, shelve, mend and organize books as needed. Help with annual book fair. Time Commitment - as needed.

Tutor: Work with individual students providing assistance in a particular subject. Time Commitment - as needed.

Remarkable Reader: Literacy tutoring program joins a team of tutors to work with four children identified by their teachers as having difficulty with reading. The tutors work one-on-one with each child giving the child an extra hour per week of individual attention. This program greatly enhances each child's reading comprehension and learning capacity. Time Commitment - one hour per week.

Technology Department

Technology Department Staff

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  • Adair Aumock - Curriculum/Technology Director
  • Eric Anderson - Hardware and Network Support, "East" buildings (Handy to Hampton)
  • Kevin Sinicki - Hardware and Network Support, "West" buildings (Kolb to Western HS)
  • Brian Guinther - Network Systems Analyst (Skyward, Google Apps, etc).
  • Cheryl Quade - Executive Specialist. Department communication and bookkeeping, quotes and ordering, Director support.


BCPS Technology Repairs:

Email techsupport@bcschools.net
SUBJECT must include building, room # & issue
BODY of email must contain a detailed description of the issue

BCPS EdTech Web Site

 

Documents to Download / View
File / URLDescriptionFile size
Download this file (2009-10 Student Ver BCPS Rev. 11.0.pdf)Technology User HandbookPDF of Student Handbook150 kB
Download this file (TechnologyPlan2013-2016.pdf)TechnologyPlan2013-2016.pdfBay City Public School District Technology Plan1969 kB
Access this URL (https://goo.gl/JlMEBj)https://goo.gl/JlMEBjDistrict Approved Technology: Pricing for Planning Purposes. District login required to access0 kB
Access this URL (http://bcschools.net/attachments/article/145/McKinleyDirectory.pdf)McKinley DirectoryMcKinley Directory173 kB

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