As I am sure many of you have already heard, today Gov. Pritzker announced that schools will not be resuming normal in person learning and instruction for the remainder of the school year. As such, schools and districts across the state will continue to utilize remote learning for the rest of this school year.
Let me take a second to just acknowledge and say thank you to all of the many students who have continually worked so hard to complete work and stay academically engaged. It is our goal for all our students (Freshmen through Senior) to be fully engaged and working to make sure they are passing their classes so at the end of the semester they will have earned their credits to be on track for when they are to graduate.
To all of our seniors, let me say just how sorry I am that so much of what you have been looking forward to has been taken from you. Please know how much our teachers, staff, and community love each and every one of you. Also know that we are working to maintain some of the senior memories and events that everyone looks so forward to. Currently we are working to try and reschedule prom for later this summer. We are also working on graduation plans as well. As these things become finalized, we will let everyone know.
As a reminder, all students should be checking their school emails and google classrooms daily for work and materials. If internet accessibility is not available, the school is not is open Mondays and Fridays from 10-12 and Wed from 4-6pm every week to pick up packets, materials, and drop off work. Also Wi-Fi access is available to be accessed every day from our school parking lot and school parking lots throughout the district. If anyone has questions or is unable to access needed materials please contact administration or teachers for help.
Thank you all for your time and stay safe!