District 125 Families,
You have likely just heard the governor's announcement to close Illinois schools for the remainder of the school year. We realize that this may bring about feelings of worry, sadness, and frustration for you and your children. This is certainly not the news we had hoped for, but we support the decision to prioritize the health and safety of our school community. Atwood Heights School District 125 will be closed for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year.
We want to assure you that e-Learning will continue for the remainder of the school year. Remote learning has been a new and challenging experience and we sincerely thank you for your partnership during this time of great uncertainty. However, we would like to stress that your child’s well-being is our first priority. Should you be in need of additional resources or emotional support please contact your building principals.
As a reminder, we have lunch boxes available for pickup on Tuesdays between 8:30am - 10:30am (Meadow Lane) and 12:30pm - 4:00pm (Lawn Manor) for the families that have signed up. If you would like to be added to this list, feel free to email or call your building principal to get added on. Some additional resources include the following but please call before you go:
In the weeks ahead, we will look for meaningful ways to celebrate the achievements of the graduating Class of 2020 as well as bring closure to the school year for all of our students and families. Additional updates will be sent to you via TeacherEase, robocalls and our District website. Further details about pick up and drop off of locker contents, school supplies, instruments,...etc, will be communicated in the near future. Please continue to take the precautions given by the CDC and IDPH to help stop the spread of COVID-19 and keep your families safe.
Atwood Heights District 125 will effectively educate and prepare all students to be lifelong learners through the utilization of diverse learning experiences and a supportive learning environment. All students in District 125 will learn to become productive, contributing members of an ever changing society through the collaborative efforts of faculty/staff, parents, and the community.
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