D103 News

Lincolnshire-Prairie View School District 103; Aug. 5, 2020

D103 School Board Approves Fall Opening Plan

The D103 Board of Education this week unanimously voted in favor of delaying the start of in-person learning by four weeks due to the continuing spread of COVID-19. The District will track the spread of the virus using information provided by the Illinois Department of Public Health and make decisions regarding having students attend in-person when the spread of COVID-19 is more contained.


Superintendent Scott Warren made the recommendation at Tuesday's meeting after sharing the Illinois Department of Public Health metrics, which are showing a rise in Lake County COVID-19 cases.


The district altered its in-person learning plan to a hybrid model for grades 3-8, which includes alternating in-person learning and remote learning 2-3 days per week in order to adhere to the Illinois State Board of Education guidelines that students must be six-feet apart in the classroom. Children in grades EC-2 will continue with daily instruction once the district resumes in-person learning.


In a parent survey this summer, 52 percent of families chose remote learning for their children and 48 percent opted for in-person learning for their children.


Please visit our YouTube channel to watch the Board of Education discuss the Fall Opening Plans for D103 and their responses to parent comments.


Please watch for additional communication regarding materials pick up and other information about the start of the school year.

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