Families in economic hardships

Dear Parents,

To support families affected by economic hardships, Cannon Falls Public Schools has identified possible services and resources to assist families during these challenging circumstances.


 Educational Benefits Form
COVID-19 CARE Clinic  Call CARE Clinic 7 days a week with your medical, dental & mental health questions and concerns. You do not have to wait until Tuesday!
Llame a la clínica CARE los 7 días de la semana con sus preguntas e inquietudes médicas y dentales. ¡No tiene que esperar hasta el martes!

United Way of Goodhue County

2-1-1 Information and Referral

Try calling 2-1-1 (1-800-543-7709 for some cell phone users) for information on senior services, education, childcare, legal help, transportation, housing, employment, food, counseling, volunteering, and much more!


Cannon Falls Food Shelf

Our local food shelf provides food assistance to individuals and families, especially in this time of need.



511 Belle St W.

First English Church

Cannon Falls, MN 55009

Ruby's Pantry: Anyone who eats qualifies. Ruby's Pantry is for EVERYONE looking to extend their monthly grocery budget. Click here for information Ruby's Pantry

Packing for the Weekend These backpacks will provide nutritious, easy to prepare, kid-friendly meals to our students on weekends and over long breaks. Kids will each pick up a plain plastic sack filled with food and put it in their backpack each Friday. Please contact Supt. Sampson at 507-263-2680 ext 1405 or [email protected] if you would like your child to participate. 


Below are some additional tips to consider:

  • Reach out to suppliers and service providers regarding payment plan options or deferred payment plans. When making these arrangements be sure to get the name of the customer service representative, a phone number, date and time of call and terms of the agreement, preferably in writing.
  • Speak with a loan officer at your bank of choice regarding low-interest or emergency loans.
  • Apply for unemployment insurance.
  • Many prescriptions can be found in a cheaper, generic form. Contact your doctor to see if this is a medication option for you. Many pharmacies carry generic medications that start at $4 and up depending on the medication.
  • There are manufacturers of name brand medications who offer online coupons that you can use in conjunction with your current health insurance to lower the co-pay price of higher cost medications. Please consult with your drug manufacturer’s website for coupon information.

Contact the school counselor/social worker in your child’s building for more information or assistance:

High School Counseling Office: 507-263-6800, ext 1406

MS/HS Social Worker ext 1406

[email protected]

Elementary Counseling Office: 507-263-6800, ext 1204

Pk-5th Grade Social Worker ext 1204

[email protected]

If there is anything else I can do please call me. We are a Bomber family and are here to help!


Superintendent Jeff Sampson