Remote Learning

Remote Learning

The Student Services Department, in conjunction with Hartgrove Counseling Center, hosted a "Virtual Parent Night" on June 17/18, 2020 to share information with parents about childhood mental health, coping tools and parenting resources.

The program featured information about:

  • Signs/symptoms of depression
  • Coping skills for parents and kids-mental health tools
  • Universal parenting tools during closure
  • Parental expectations (limits and expectations) for kids during these times
  • Groups/resources 

Here is the program in English, and in Spanish


District 202 staff are currently working with groups of staff, students and parents to improve our Remote Learning program in the future.

An overview of District 202’s remote learning schedule, student/teacher/parent responsibilities, grading, etc. is available here:  ENGLISH | SPANISH

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

The state allows districts to use up to five remote learning planning days (until June 30).  These days are considered “attendance” days for kids but no instruction for them takes place these days.  The three remote learning planning days so far are on Monday, April 13, Monday, April 20th, and Monday, April 27th.  The other two days could be used in May if the closure is extended.

More specific remote learning information by elementary, middle, and high school is available at:  http://www.psd202.org/documents/1585948739.pdf

Printed resources can be picked up at your child’s home school.

***Remember, Remote Learning does not necessarily require a computer. Please work with teachers for help.



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


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