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On March 31, 2020, Governor Pritzker signed an Executive Order extending the “Stay-at-Home” order and mandate that Illinois schools transition to Remote Learning through April 30, 2020.  All these days count toward the school year, and absolutely no days need to be made up. Updated ISBE guidance is available www.isbe.net/Documents/FAQ-4-1-20.pdf.  
 
Students should be ready for Remote Learning to begin on Monday, April 6, 2020.  Teachers will contact students to begin, or continue their Remote Learning plans.

Here are some general answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Remote Learning (added April 2, 2020):

And here is more detailed information about the Remote Learning schedule, student/teacher/parent responsibilities, grading and more. 

The State allows districts to use up to 5 Remote Learning Planning days.  an effort to provide staff with time to coordinate and plan, the other three planning days will be on Monday, April 13, Monday, April 20th, and Monday, April 27th. Teacher activities on these days include:

  • Participation in IEP and 504 meetings 
  • Participate in building/department meetings
  • Participate in professional development 
  • Plan lessons
  • Contact students and families

 
More specific remote learning information by elementary, middle, and high school is available at:  http://www.psd202.org/page/elearning

 

Beginning the week of April 6th printed resources can be picked up at your child’s home school.

 

MARCH 26, 2020 PARENT LETTER RE: SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES:

Please select the grade level below to find the appropriate materials for your student.

 

Special Education