Registration Deadline Is Today
Sycamore Community Schools- Healthy Back to School 2020
Reminder: Register Your Student Now
This is a reminder If you have not yet filled out the mandatory Healthy Back to School Registration Form, the deadline for registering is tonight, Thursday, July 30 at 11:59 p.m.
The district asks families to register each individual student in either Face-to-Face Learning or Virtual Classroom Learning for the entire Fall semester/first two quarters.
Important Information: If You Don't Fill Out A Registration Form
It is important that you fill out a registration form for each student in your household so that we can get accurate student counts for both models of learning, as well as transportation services.
If you do not fill out a registration form for your student, they will automatically be enrolled in the face-to-face option. This means your student will not be allowed to move to Virtual Classroom Learning prior to the start of school (September 8) in order for our schools to prepare class schedules and rosters. Any adjustments would be made on a case-by-case basis after the start of school.
How to complete the Healthy Back to School 2020 Registration Form
Please designate one person per household to complete this form to help us avoid duplicate registrations for the same student.
Please fill out a registration for each student in your household so that we can get accurate student counts for both models.
If you do not register, your child(ren) will be automatically enrolled in face-to-face learning.
Preschool families do not need to complete this form. Additional information regarding preschool will be provided by the end of the week.
Again, the deadline to register is Thursday, July 30 at 11:59 p.m.
Check Out Our Healthy Back to School Plan
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Frequently Asked Questions
Will students stay in the classroom all day? What will lunch look like for students? Will there be recess?
We understand families have many questions about our Healthy Back to School Plan. As you can imagine, we are experiencing a high volume of calls and emails from our families. We are doing our best to answer them individually in a timely manner.
In the meantime, you can also find answers to many frequently asked questions by clicking here. This list is being added to daily, even hourly, as questions come into our offices.
"Day in the Life of" Student Examples
Reminder: First Day of School Has Been Delayed
The Board has approved a later start date for the 2020-2021 school year. September 8 will be the first day of school for all students, including those in Virtual Classroom Learning. Look for more information from your student’s school about transition days for face-to-face learners on September 3-4. Half of Grades K-4, Grades 5-6, Grades 7-8, and Grades 9 and 12 students will attend on each of those days to ease the transition to school.