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Superintendent Message


6/5/20

Dear CCSD 46 Families,

Summer School
Late yesterday afternoon, Illinois school districts received new guidance from The Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) and the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH), allowing for (but not requiring) on-site summer school. There are many restrictions connected to the guidance, including wearing face coverings, and a capacity limit of 10 or fewer people in any space. Due to previously received guidance, we had already planned remote summer school programs. These programs begin on Monday. If there are any changes to our summer programming, we will let you know.

Informative Resources
Earlier this week, I committed to sending you resource ideas to help you talk with your children about racism. As we know from recent events, the topic is a national conversation, and thinking about how to talk with children about it can be overwhelming. Today, I have a few resources to share with you.

Tomorrow, June 6, CNN and Sesame Street are teaming up to create a Town Hall to address the topic. The 60 minute special is billed as a “Town Hall for Kids and Families”, and will air at 9:00 a.m. (10:00 Eastern Time). An article about the event, including how/where to view it, can be found here. Please understand that I can’t “vet” the show as, of course, it has not yet aired. Also, it is likely to be best for our younger viewers. However, I wanted to make sure that you know about it.

I also wish to share this resource. It includes a very good 20 minute podcast about talking with young children about racism.

Finally, you may find this article helpful. Within, you will find reviews of books to help you talk about racism with children of all ages

Ongoing Communication
I hope that your first few days of Summer Break have gone well for your family. We are still working hard for you here in CCSD 46! We will continue reviewing materials and sharing them with you, and of course will communicate updates about plans for the fall as they develop.

Sincerely,

Dr. Lynn Glickman
Superintendent
CCSD 46

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6/5/20

Estimadas familias de CCSD 46:

Escuela de verano
A última hora de la tarde de ayer, los distritos escolares de Illinois recibieron nueva orientación de la Junta de Educación del Estado de Illinois (ISBE) y el Departamento de Salud Pública de Illinois (IDPH), lo que permite (pero no requiere) una escuela de verano en persona. Existen muchas restricciones relacionadas con la guía, incluido el uso de cubrebocas y un límite de capacidad de 10 personas o menos en cualquier espacio. Debido a la orientación recibida anteriormente, ya habíamos planeado programas remotos de escuela de verano. Estos programas comienzan el lunes. Si hay algún cambio en nuestra programación de verano, se lo haremos saber.

Recursos Informativos
A principios de la semana me comprometí a enviarles recursos para ayudarles a hablar con sus hijos sobre racismo. Como hemos visto en eventos recientes, este es un tema de conversación nacional y hablar con los niños acerca de esto puede ser abrumador. A continuación, comparto unos recursos con ustedes.

Mañana, 6 de junio, CNN y el programa Plaza Sésamo se van a juntar para crear una asamblea pública y abarcar el tema. Este especial de 1 hora se titula “Town Hall for Kids and Families” (asamblea pública para niños y sus familias) y se transmitirá a las 9:00 a.m. (10:00 tiempo del este). Aquí podrán encontrar un artículo sobre dónde/cómo ver este evento. Tengan en cuenta que yo no puedo “examinar” el programa, ya que aún no ha sido transmitido. Además, es posible que esté dirigido, más que nada, a televidentes más pequeños. Sin embargo, quería asegurarme que ustedes tuvieran conocimiento de este evento.

También quiero compartir este recurso, el cual incluye un podcast de 20 minutos sobre cómo hablar con niños pequeños sobre racismo.

Finalmente, podrían encontrar este artículo muy útil. Aquí encontrarán análisis de libros que los pueden ayudar a hablar sobre racismo con niños de todas las edades.

Espero que les haya ido bien a sus familias en estos primeros días de las vacaciones de verano. Aquí en CCSD 46 seguimos trabajando arduamente para ustedes. Continuaremos revisando materiales y compartiéndolos con ustedes y por supuesto, los mantendremos actualizados sobre los planes que tenemos para el otoño a medida que se vayan desarrollando.

Atentamente,

Dra. Lynn Glickman
Superintendente
CCSD 46

[posted 06/05/20]








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