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Coronavirus Communication

3/27/20

Dear CCSD 46 Families,

Today wraps up Spring Break, likely the oddest Spring Break any of us ever experienced. Whether your family was relaxed and unstructured or very organized about activities (and I personally believe that both systems are great for kids during vacation), I hope that you found ways to enjoy some time as a family while following social distancing guidelines, which quickly became a Stay at Home Order by the State of Illinois.

Stay at Home Order

Ok, yes, I’m about to get preachy about the Stay at Home Order. Police, as well as parents who have reached out, have asked me to remind our families of the importance of following the rules of the Stay at Home Order, which are linked here. Children have been seen hanging out with each other in public throughout the community, and have been posting about home visits and sleepovers. Please help your children to see that the boredom that they may complain about is much less important than everyone’s health.

e-Learning

Our e-Learning assignments and activities will begin on Monday. Students will receive their assignments by 9:00 a.m. each day. Students in grades 3 - 8 will receive their assignments through Google Classroom, and younger students will receive them either through Google Classroom or through email that will be sent to parents. Teachers will be available between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. to respond to email and support students. Work completion is how we will take attendance. Information regarding technology resources was included in the email that was sent on March 20th. Please review that message for more information about how to access and use various learning and communication tools. Parents, please let a teacher know if your child does not have access to a device or the internet, or if there is a problem with a Chromebook, so that we can provide support as necessary.

We are awaiting more guidance from the Illinois Board of Education regarding a wide variety of topics regarding e-Learning. How students may be graded during e-Learning is one such topic. As well, we expect that e-Learning will be renamed, and the focus will be more tightly defined by the State, especially if the school closure is extended.

Return to School

Last Friday, Governor Pritzker announced a return to school date of April 8th, and that return date is still in place as of this writing. However, it is very possible that the school closure will be extended.

Free Breakfast and Lunch

CCSD 46 is offering a "Drive-Up Grab ‘N Go Breakfast and Lunch" program while schools are closed. The meals are FREE and available to ANY CHILD age 18 and under who lives in our community. Families do not need to qualify for Free and Reduced meals in order to receive these free meals! The breakfast and lunch meals are available for pick-up from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. at the main entrance of Grayslake Middle School, 440 Barron Blvd., Grayslake. Social distancing precautions are taken.

Spam

It has come to our attention that some of our CCSD 46 email notifications have been going directly into recipients' spam folders. If you have been having trouble receiving our automated email messages, please add noreply@d46.org to your email address book.

Ongoing Communication

I wish you and your children a good week “back to school”, even though school will be at home. Our teachers have been working very hard to help make this time away from the school buildings a positive experience for our students, and I know that our parents will do the same. This is an interesting new world, and we are all in together!

I will share more information as it becomes available.

Sincerely,

Dr. Lynn Glickman
Superintendent
CCSD 46


Comunicado sobre el coronavirus

3/27/20

Estimadas familias de CCSD 46:

Hoy concluimos las vacaciones de primavera, probablemente las vacaciones de primavera más extrañas que hayamos experimentado. Hoy concluimos las vacaciones de primavera, probablemente las vacaciones de primavera más extrañas que hayamos experimentado. Si su familia estaba relajada o muy organizada acerca de las actividades familiares (personalmente creo que ambos sistemas son excelentes para los niños durante las vacaciones), espero que haya encontrado maneras de disfrutar un tiempo como una familia mientras sigue las pautas de distanciamiento social, que rápidamente se convirtieron una orden de estadía en el hogar por parte del estado de Illinois.

Orden de quedarse en casa

Ok, sí, estoy a punto de predicar sobre la orden de permanecer en casa. La policía, así como los padres que se han comunicado, me han pedido que les recuerde a nuestras familias la importancia de seguir las reglas de la orden de permanecer en el hogar, que están vinculadas aquí. Se ha visto a los niños salir juntos en público en toda la comunidad, y han estado publicando sobre visitas a domicilio y pijamadas. Ayude a sus hijos a ver que el aburrimiento del que pueden quejarse es mucho menos importante que la salud de todos.

e-Learning

Los estudiantes recibirán sus tareas a las 9:00 am cada día. Los estudiantes en los grados 3 a 8 recibirán sus tareas a través de Google Classroom, y los estudiantes más jóvenes las recibirán a través de Google Classroom o por correo electrónico que se enviará a los padres. Los maestros estarán disponibles entre las 9:00 a.m. y las 3:00 p.m. para responder correos electrónicos y apoyar a los estudiantes. La finalización del trabajo es cómo tomaremos asistencia. La información sobre los recursos tecnológicos se incluyó en el correo electrónico enviado el 20 de marzo. Revise ese mensaje para obtener más información sobre cómo acceder y utilizar diversas herramientas de aprendizaje y comunicación.

Estamos esperando más orientación de la Junta de Educación de Illinois con respecto a una amplia variedad de temas relacionados con el e-Learning. Cómo se puede calificar a los estudiantes durante el e-Learning es uno de esos temas. Además, esperamos que se cambie el nombre de e-Learning y el estado definirá más estrictamente, especialmente si se extiende el cierre de la escuela.

Regreso a la escuela

El viernes pasado, el gobernador Pritzker anunció una fecha de regreso a la escuela del 8 de abril, y esa fecha de regreso aún está vigente a partir de este escrito. Sin embargo, es muy posible que el cierre de la escuela se extienda.

Desayuno y almuerzo gratis para todos los niños menores de 18 años

CCSD46 está ofreciendo desayuno y almuerzo gratis "para llevar" para niños 18 años y menor que residen en el Distrito. La distribución de comidas se llevará a cabo en la escuela Grayslake Middle School, 440 Barron Blvd en Grayslake todos los días mientras el Distrito esté cerrado. Los padres o tutores pueden venir a recoger el desayuno y almuerzo para cada niño durante las horas de 7:30 a 9:30 am cada día. Las comidas serán llevadas a su vehículo para que no haya necesidad de ingresar al edificio. Si necesitan que alguien recoja estas comidas para sus hijos y las entregue en su hogar, complete esta encuesta antes del lunes 23 de marzo.

SPAM

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Comunicación continua

Les deseo a usted y a sus hijos una buena semana de "regreso a la escuela", a pesar de que la escuela estará en casa. Nuestros maestros han estado trabajando muy duro para ayudar a que este tiempo fuera de los edificios escolares sea una experiencia positiva para nuestros estudiantes, y estoy seguro de que nuestros padres harán lo mismo.

Atte,

Dr. Lynn Glickman
Superintendente
CCSD 46

[posted 03/27/20]








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Grab 'n' Go Breakfast & Lunch
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Distance Learning Activities
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MAR 23-27
Spring Break
All CCSD 46 Schools Closed
Distance Learning Activity Days


MAR 30-APR 07
All CCSD 46 Schools Closed
Begin E-Learning Days


APR 08
Anticipated Return to School
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