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Additional Forms Required of NEW Students Enrolling in our District for the First Time


Health Information/Forms


Other Important Information


Homeless Children and Youth Liaison

Terri Selzer, Director of Students Services, has also been designated as the Homeless Children and Youth Liaison for the Central DeWitt Community School District.  In this capacity she is to identify homeless children and youth within the district, encourage their enrollment and eliminate existing barriers to their receiving an education which may exist in district policies or practices. As per board policy, she will continuously track and monitor programs and activities for these homeless children and youth.
Who Is Homeless?

Anyone who, due to lack of housing, lives:
– in an emergency or transitional shelter
– in a hotel, motel, trailer park, campground, abandoned in a hospital, or awaiting foster care
– doubled-up with relatives or friends
– migratory children living in these conditions

Services available to students who are homeless:
– a free public education that meets the student’s academic needs
– immediate enrollment into school, even if records are missing
– free lunch program
– assistance with transportation to the “home” school district
– referrals for other services needed by the student/family

For more details on homeless children and youth, please review the Homeless Education Brochure.

If you think that you or someone you know is homeless, please contact terri.selzer@cd-csd.org for assistance.
Her office phone is 563-659-4738; her cell phone is 563-559-0479.


Volunteer Opportunities:

Are you interested in volunteering your time and talents in our school district? If so, please read the attached policy regarding Volunteers and Volunteer Regulations, then download and complete the highlighted sections of the Background Check Waivers (all 3 pages must have your signature) and turn these in to one of our school building offices.  Background Checks (including birth date and social security number) are required on all Volunteers.


WATCH D.O.G.S.® (Dads of Great Students) is an innovative program being used by schools across America which helps them to be positively impacted by the committed involvement of fathers and father-figures in their student’s life.  We have started a program here at Ekstrand Elementary School.

Click here to see a flyer with more information

Click to View Volunteer Opportunities on SignUp.comClick here to volunteer for WATCH D.O.G.S.™ at Ekstrand Elementary School.