Glen Ellyn School District 41
Reopening Schools FAQ
District 41 is proposing a blended model of half day am/pm in-person instruction as well as remote learning in the Fall. The first day of school for students is August 21. Visit www.d41.org/reopeningplan to learn more about the model.
An FAQs webpage has been set up and will be added to as more details become available.
Virtual Information Session for Hadley
Superintendent Kaczkowski, Assistant Superintendent Dr. Katie McCluskey, Hadley Junior High Principal Steve Diveley, Board President Dr. Robert Bruno, and Board Vice President Jason Loebach discussed Fall reopening plans specific to Hadley Junior High on a live stream earlier this week.
Information was presented that pertains to all families in District 41. All are welcome to watch! To view the live stream information session now, click here or watch below:
Food Pick Up Every Monday
In partnership with District 41, Marquardt School District 15 is providing a summer food service program for District 41 families in need.
WHEN: Every Monday now through July 27th from 8 - 11 a.m.
WHO: Available to all children 18 years old and younger in District 41. Children do not need to be present at pick up.
Safety measures have been put in place to allow for families to drive up through the circle drive of Marquardt Middle School. For full details on the Summer Meals Program please CLICK HERE
Any questions, please contact Sandy Voss, RDN, SNS Director of Food & Nutrition Services: email@example.com
Congratulations to Churchill Principal Rachel Solomon
Congratulations to Churchill Principal Rachel Solomon for completing the Regional Office of Education (ROE) Micro-Credential Pilot Program. This program is a collaboration of the ROE and the Center for the Study of Education Policy at Illinois State University. The micro-credential is recognized by the Illinois State Board of Education and her completion of the program is now reflected on her professional license.
Congratulations, Principal Solomon!
D41 Kids Foundation Supporting Those Most in Need
Since mid-March the D41 Kids Foundation has provided support to students and families across our schools. Generous donors from our D41 school community and outside the community through businesses and civic organizations have stepped up to help. We are so grateful for these donations. The need for store gift cards will continue to bridge meal and grocery support. Thank you for your support! Our grateful families also thank you for your support during these challenging times. DONATE HERE