School Closure Extended to April 30

Governor Extends Stay-at-Home Order to April 30
Posted on 03/31/2020
Coronavirus Updates

Governor J.B. Pritzker announced the state’s stay-at-home order is extended through April 30. This means the district will continue with remote learning until the governor lifts the order. Parents will receive communication on April 1 with refinements to the district's remote learning plan. 

School principals will send additional parent communication Friday, April 3 with school specific information. 

As the governor said during his press conference Tuesday, we don’t know when this crisis will end, but together we will work to end this crisis and manage as best we can until then.

The same guidelines for social distancing and limiting contact in public places remain in place. Social distancing is key to reducing the spread of the virus. Governor Pritzker stated that throughout the duration of this order, citizens can leave their homes to visit the grocery store, pharmacy, or medical facilities, all of which will remain open. Citizens can also pick up food from carry-out restaurants, get gas, and go outside to exercise or to walk the dog as long as they continue to practice social distancing.