NO CHARGES ACCEPTED FOR FOOD SERVICE
EFFECTIVE MAY 1, 2017
Effective May 1, 2017, students will not be allowed to charge items for food
service for the remainder of the school year. All food service charges and
delinquent accounts must be cleared prior to the end of the school year, May 19.
Charges will not be allowed during summer school.
Funds will remain in the student’s account and be available for summer school or the
next school year. Refunds are only processed when a student withdraws from Nixa
Schools for amounts above $10, upon request. The form is located on the school’s
website under Our District > Departments > Food Service > Resources > Lunch
Refund Request. If you have any questions about your child’s food service account,
please contact your school building cashier. Have a safe and enjoyable summer
Nixa Public Schools
The Role Model Preschool Program is part of Nixa's Early Childhood, specifically the Early Childhood Special Education program. The program serves preschool children with disabilities. The Role Model Program provides typically developing children an opportunity to interact with same age peers who are receiving specialized instruction in a developmentally appropriate preschool classroom. Role model students provide positive peer-interactions; demonstrate play skills, and model appropriate speech/language and behavior for children with special needs. Role models are selected based on the specific needs of the classroom and not on a first come, first serve basis. Students will be added even after the school year has started. All role model students are accepted on a trial basis and may be dismissed at any time.
For more information, visit http://www.nixapublicschools.net/domain/371
Wonder Wilbur honors November Character Students of the Month for being RESPECTFUL! Way to go, Little Eagles!
Welcome to the Early Childhood Program!
The vision of the Nixa Early Childhood Programs is to nurture creative, confident, life-long learners who explore their world through active discovery. The school communities will collaborate to provide differentiated instruction and learning in safe, supportive, and engaging environments.
Early Childhood Programs
Principal: Lara Wilbur
301 S. Main Street
"Where Little Eagles
Learn to Soar"