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Superintendent's Welcome 2021-2022


District 102 Families,

 

It is with great joy that I write to you in anticipation of the 2021-2022 school year. After serving seven years as principal of Rogers School, I look forward to continuing my partnership with District 102 as the new superintendent. 

 

As we approach the start of the 2021-2022 school year, there are several updates to note. First of all, with the building consolidation, Marquette School will now house students in Pre-K through third grade. Students in grades four through eight will attend Georgetowne School. Administration and staff have been actively preparing for a successful opening of the new year.

 

School registration is now available online. Alternatively, in person registration will be held on July 29th. If you need assistance accessing the Lumen Parent Portal, please contact Terri Donahue or Patty Crank in the District Office at 382-2172. Additionally, school office staff return on July 26th and will be available to answer questions. Individuals may reach Georgetowne at 382-3456 or Marquette at 382-3612.

 

The Illinois State Board of Education recently adopted COVID-19 prevention guidance for K-12 schools as issued by the CDC and Illinois Department of Public Health. Implications for implementation of the guidance are being reviewed. It is our goal to provide a formal plan to you in the coming weeks. However, in the meantime, we do know:

 

  • In person learning will resume for all students with limited exceptions for remote learning for those who are not eligible for the vaccine and who are placed in quarantine per TCHD/IDPH guidance.

 

  • District 102 schools will return to a full day schedule, Monday-Friday. School hours are:
    • Georgetowne School 7:40-2:45
    • Marquette School 8:15-3:00

 

  • School districts are encouraged to develop a tiered plan for COVID-19 mitigation based on school and local metrics. 
 

Updates will be forthcoming once a formal plan is in place. Thank you for your patience as the District works to develop a plan appropriate to meet the instructional needs of our students, while minimizing the risk of COVID-19 exposure in our schools.

 

Mrs. Jennifer Lindsay

Superintendent

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


 

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