Corron Mission Statement
From the Principal
I know that many of you have noticed the uptick in positive Covid cases throughout our community and are wondering what this means for our schools. At this time, we continue to support students with both in-person and remote instructional models. While I can’t tell you what is to come (because I don’t know either!), I can tell you that our students continue to do an amazing job of following our expectations to stay safe and healthy. I’m so proud of all of them for wearing their masks and maintaining a safe distance while they continue to learn and engage with their peers. I want to thank our families for following recommended guidelines as well as supporting our expectations at school. We are all so fortunate that our students have the choice to learn from home or be in school each day.
Enjoy your weekend!
Friday, Nov. 13
End of 1st Trimester
2nd Semester Parent Survey closes
Nov. 23-27 - NO SCHOOL (Non Attendance Days & Thanksgiving Break)
Wednesday, Dec. 2
Report cards available on HAC
Friday, Dec. 18
Last Day of School in 2020
From the Health Office
In accordance with guidance from the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), as well as the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE), all persons, including all students, staff, and visitors, must wear a face covering when present in schools and other district buildings. Scientific research indicates that face coverings are an important tool for reducing transmission of COVID-19, both for the mask wearer and for others around him/her. Please remember to use a new, clean mask daily!
More information on masks/mask usage can be found on the Illinois Department of Public Health's website found here.
How do I care for my mask?
It is a good idea to wash your mask or face covering at least daily. Place your used masks in a bag or bin away from small children or pets until they can be laundered with detergent and dried on a hot cycle. If you need to remove and reuse your mask before washing, consider putting it in a plastic or paper bag (not your backpack or purse) and be mindful not to put the mask where others can touch it or where the mask will contaminate other, shared surfaces. Wash your wash your hands immediately after putting it back on and avoid touching your face.
Disposable masks should be discarded after each use.