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Elementary Family Drum Night

Nov 29

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Early Dismissal

Dec 14

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Board of Education Meeting

Dec 19

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Winter Recess - No School

Dec 23

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Winter Recess - No School

Dec 26-30

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Winter Recess - No School

Jan 2-6

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Teacher Institute - No School

Jan 13

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End of Nine Weeks

Jan 13

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Martin Luther King's Birthday - No School

Jan 16

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Board of Education Meeting

Jan 17

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Report Card Day

Jan 23

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Early Dismissal

Jan 25

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EMERGENCY E-LEARNING PLAN

Student Schedules
Early Childhood Student Schedule

AM Students

    • Students will meet using a link posted in Seesaw. The link will be posted by 8:45 a.m.
    • A class meeting & overview of learning activities for the day will begin at 9 a.m.
    • Any synchronous, or live, learning activities will conclude by 10:30 am, with the balance of the instructional day for asynchronous (paper-based or recorded) learning. 
    • In the event that your child’s teacher is absent and unable to provide synchronous instruction, asynchronous learning will be posted on Seasaw or Google Classroom.

PM Students

    • Students will meet using a link posted in Seesaw. The link will be posted by 12:45 p.m.
    • A class meeting & overview of learning activities for the day will begin at 1 p.m.
    • Any synchronous, or live, learning activities will conclude by 2:30 p.m., with the balance of the instructional day for asynchronous (paper-based or recorded) learning. 
    • In the event that your child’s teacher is absent and unable to provide synchronous instruction, asynchronous learning will be posted on Seasaw or Google Classroom.
Elementary: Kindergarten through Grade 5 Student Schedule
  • Students will meet using a link posted in Seesaw (Kindergarten, Grades 1 and 2) or Google Classroom (Grades 3-5). The link will be posted by 8:45 a.m.
  • A class meeting & overview of learning activities for the day will begin at 9 a.m.
  • Students will be engaged in synchronous instruction for at least half of the school day.
  • Any synchronous, or live, learning activities will conclude by 2:30 p.m., with the balance of the instructional day for asynchronous (paper-based or recorded) learning. 
  • Students will have a common lunch break from 12-1 p.m.
  • Special area lessons will be accessed asynchronously.
  • In the event that your child’s teacher is absent and unable to provide synchronous instruction, asynchronous learning will be posted on Seasaw or Google Classroom.
Middle School Student Schedule

Middle school students will join their classes at the time noted via links in their Google Classroom.

Middle School Remote Bell Schedule
9-9:15 am Advisory
9:20-9:50 am Period 1
9:55-10:25 am Period 2
10:30-11 am Period 3
11:05- 11:35 am Period 4
11:40 am-12:10 pm Period 5
12:15-12:45 pm Period 6
12:50-1:20 pm Period 7
1:25- 1:55 pm Period 8
2-2:30 pm Period 9
2:35-3:15 p.m. Student Asynchronous Work Time & Teacher Office Hours

Middle School student lunch periods will take place during the period during which they typically have lunch. 

In the event that your child’s teacher is absent and unable to provide synchronous instruction, asynchronous learning will be posted on Seasaw or Google Classroom.

Attendance Procedures
Early Childhood & Elementary

Parents should report any absences to their child’s school prior to the start of the instructional day. Attendance will be taken in PowerSchool during the class meeting.

Middle School

Parents should report any absences to their child’s school prior to the start of the instructional day. Attendance will be taken in PowerSchool during each class period except lunch.

Student Expectations
  • Links for live learning will be posted by 8:45 a.m. on the designated eLearning Day in Seesaw (EC-Grade 2) or Google Classroom (Grades 3-8). 
  • eLearning days are required student attendance days. If students are unable to participate due to illness or family hardship, parents should call the attendance line at their school.
  • Students are expected to be logged in and engaged for the live (synchronous) portions of the school day. 
  • Turning on one’s camera during live instruction helps teachers see that students are present and engaged. Students who are unable to turn on their cameras should communicate with their teachers. 
  • School work that is assigned on eLearning days is required to be completed. Work completion for absent students will follow standard absence procedures.
Student Technology Support

All K-12 students will have a District-issued Chromebook. Parents and students may solicit technology support as follows: 

Internet Access

For families without home Internet access, there are hot-spots available for check-out from the Technology department to allow student Chromebooks to access curricular content. Contact the Technology department through one of the other support options to make arrangements to check-out a device.

Learning Management Systems Family Tutorials
Special Education
  • All resource teacher instruction and related service minutes should be conducted remotely. Any services that are not able to be provided that day should be scheduled for another day/time within the month in alignment with the student’s monthly minutes. 
  • For parents with IEP meetings scheduled on the day of the closure, the team should offer to conduct the meeting remotely. Parents who prefer an in-person meeting may request that the meeting be rescheduled.
Multilingual Learners

Multilingual learners will have access to appropriate teachers and learning materials.

Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) Required Provisions for e-Learning
  • Ensure and verify at least 5 clock hours of instruction or school work, as required under Section 10‐19.05, for each student participating in an e‐learning day 
  • Ensure access from home or other appropriate remote facility for all students participating, including computers, the Internet, and other forms of electronic communication that must be utilized in the proposed program 
  • Ensure that non‐electronic materials are made available for students participating in the program who do not have access to the required technology or to participating teachers or students who are prevented from accessing the required technology 
  • Ensure appropriate learning opportunities for students with special needs 
  • Monitor and verify each student’s electronic participation 
  • Address the extent to which student participation is within the student’s control as to the time, pace, and means of learning 
  • Provide effective notice to students and their parents or guardians of the use of particular days for e‐learning 
  • Provide staff and students with adequate training for e‐learning days’ participation 
  • Ensure that all teachers and staff who may be involved in the provisions of e‐learning have access to any and all hardware and software that may be required for the program 
  • Ensure an opportunity for any collective bargaining negotiations with representatives of the school district’s employees that would be legally required, and including all classifications of school district employees who are represented by collective bargaining agreements and who would be affected in the event of an e‐learning day 
  • Review and revise the program as implemented to address difficulties confronted 
  • Ensure that the protocol regarding general expectations and responsibilities of the program is communicated to teachers, staff, and students at least 30 days prior to utilizing an e‐learning day