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REGISTRATION FOR THE 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR BEGINS APRIL 15, 2021



Registration for the 2021-2022 school year begins on Thursday, April 15, 2021. Families of new and continuing students should visit our Registration webpage for information on the registration process.

Families of students continuing their CCSD 46 education should complete the required registration forms no later than July 15, 2021. Please be sure to add any new to the district students in your existing household parent portal.





IMPORTANT NOTICE 3/18/21


CCSD 46 has been directed by the Illinois Department of Public Health to begin required hearing and vision screening this year for HYBRID students with an IEP first. As time allows, then Remote students with IEP's will be screened next, by appointment only, at a location to be determined at a later date, if guidance indicates it is safe to do so.

All screens are individualized with one to one contact. All surfaces, and equipment will be cleaned between each student. Distancing and mask protocols will also be in place. In the month of April, we will start the Hybrid IEP screening process as outlined above. If there are questions, please call the Director of Pupil Services, Heather Lorenzo, at Prairieview School, 847-543-6203.





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Superintendent Message


Superintendent Message

May 3, 2021

Dear CCSD 46 Community,

Guess what? It is Teacher Appreciation Week! In honor of that, let’s do a little review...

In March of 2020, we said to our teachers, “Please figure out how to teach remotely, starting now, even though we didn’t know that this was coming and you are not trained for it. Please keep teaching the students and also help them to feel emotionally safe and connected to you and each other. Please make time to respond to parent/guardian concerns quickly even though you are also suddenly teaching through a platform that is brand new to you. Please do all of this while also taking care of the health, safety, and learning needs of your families, and please take care of yourselves.” Also, to our teachers in grades 2 and below, we said, “Please do all of that even though we have not distributed devices to your students because we did not know that there might be a pandemic, and so they are all working on different kinds of devices and many have to share devices.” And our teachers did all of that.

In August of 2020, we said to our teachers, “Please take everything that you learned last spring along with new tools and training and provide instruction that is as rigorous as it would be if the students were onsite. Please collaborate with your colleagues to continue learning and changing, because we do not know how long we will be doing this. Please do all of this while also taking care of the health, safety, and learning needs of your families, and please take care of yourselves.” Also, to our teachers in grades 2 and below, we said, “All of your students now have Chromebooks. Please teach them how to use them, even though you cannot be in the same room with them.” We said, “We are worried about our students’ social and emotional development, along with their academics. Please take care of this.” And our teachers did all of that.

In February of 2021, we said to our teachers, “Please come back into the schools. Some of your students will be in the classroom with you, and will demand your attention. Some of your students will be at home, and will demand your attention. Please give all of your attention to both of those groups. Please do all of this, even though you may feel fear for your own safety, because we know that you have made education your career, and you are devoted to your students and to each other.” And our teachers did all of that.

In April of 2021, we said to our teachers, “Please do what you did in February, but there will be many more students in your classrooms. Even though there will be more students in school, please make sure that they are socially-distanced. Please continue giving all of your attention to the students who are in your classrooms, and all of your attention to the students who are at home. Please make sure that the students at home feel fully engaged in what is happening in the classroom. Also, please keep taking care of your own families and yourselves and each other.” And our teachers did all of that.

That about sums it up, doesn’t it?

It is truly amazing what our teachers have accomplished over the past 13 months. They did one thing, then “pivoted” (anyone else tired of that word?) and did another, and then another, and then another.

Parents and guardians, I know that you join me in thanking and honoring our teachers, this week and every week. If you are looking to do something special this week, though, a few ideas can be found here!

Teachers, and ALL of the caring, resourceful, collaborative, creative, and energetic staff members in CCSD 46, THANK YOU for your incredible service!

UPCOMING SCHEDULE
We will be having a Planning Day on Friday, May 14.This is new information, so please mark your calendars!

May 12, 2021 -- Late Start
May 14, 2021 -- Planning Day (NO SCHOOL)
May 28, 2021 -- Half Day
May 31, 2021 -- Memorial Day (NO SCHOOL)
June 2, 2021 -- Last Day of School

Ongoing Communication
We continue to work on our plans for the 21-22 school year, and more information will be available soon. We will keep the communication going! Wishing all a good week.

Sincerely,

Dr. Lynn Glickman
Superintendent
CCSD 46


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Mensaje del superintendente

Mayo 3, 2021

Estimada comunidad CCSD 46,

¡Adivinen! ¡Esta es la semana de Agradecimiento a los Maestros! En honor a esta celebración, hagamos un pequeño repaso...

En marzo de 2020, les dijimos a nuestros maestros: "Por favor, descubran cómo enseñar a distancia, a partir de ahora, a pesar de que no sabíamos que esto iba a suceder y de que no estaban capacitados para ello. Por favor, sigan enseñando a los estudiantes y también ayúdenlos a sentirse emocionalmente seguros y conectados con ustedes y entre sí. Por favor, respondan a las preocupaciones de los padres/tutores rápidamente, aunque de repente estén enseñando a través de una plataforma que es nueva para ustedes. Por favor, hagan todo esto mientras se ocupan de la salud, la seguridad y las necesidades de aprendizaje de sus familias, y por favor, cuídense ustedes mismos". Además, a nuestros maestros de 2º grado y grados inferiores, les dijimos: "Por favor, hagan todo esto aunque no hayamos distribuido dispositivos a sus alumnos porque no sabíamos que podría haber una pandemia, y por eso todos empezaron trabajando con diferentes tipos de dispositivos y muchos tenían que compartirlos". Y nuestros maestros hicieron todo eso.

En agosto de 2020, dijimos a nuestros maestros: "Por favor, tomen todo lo que aprendieron la primavera pasada junto con las nuevas herramientas y la formación y proporcionen una instrucción tan rigurosa como lo sería si los estudiantes estuviesen en la escuela presencial. Por favor, colaboren con sus colegas para seguir aprendiendo y adaptándonos, porque no sabemos cuánto tiempo estaremos haciendo esto. Por favor, hagan todo mientras cuidan de la salud, la seguridad y las necesidades de aprendizaje de sus familias, y por favor, cuídense ustedes mismos". Además, a nuestros profesores de 2º grado y grado inferiores, les dijimos: "Todos sus alumnos tienen ahora Chromebooks. Por favor, enséñenles a usarlos, aunque no puedan estar en el mismo salón con ellos". Les dijimos: "Nos preocupa el desarrollo social y emocional de nuestros alumnos, junto con el académico. Por favor, ocúpense de esto". Y nuestros maestros hicieron todo eso.

En febrero de 2021, dijimos a nuestros maestros: "Por favor, vuelvan a las escuelas. Algunos de sus alumnos estarán en el aula con ustedes, y exigirán su atención. Algunos de sus alumnos estarán en casa y exigirán su atención. Por favor, presten toda su atención a ambos grupos. Por favor, hagan todo esto, aunque sientan miedo por su propia seguridad, porque sabemos que han hecho de la educación su carrera, y se dedican a sus alumnos y a los demás." Y nuestros maestros hicieron todo eso.

En abril de 2021, dijimos a nuestros maestros: "Por favor, hagan lo mismo que hicieron en febrero, pero habrá muchos más alumnos en sus aulas. Aunque habrá más alumnos en la escuela, por favor, asegúrense de que estén socialmente distanciados. Por favor, sigan prestando toda su atención a los alumnos que están en sus salones, y toda su atención a los alumnos que están en casa. Por favor, asegúrense de que los alumnos que están en casa se sientan plenamente involucrados en lo que ocurre en el salón. También, por favor, sigan cuidando de sus propias familias y de ustedes mismos". Y nuestros maestros hicieron todo eso.

Eso lo resume todo, ¿no les parece?

Es realmente sorprendente lo que nuestros maestros han logrado en los últimos 13 meses. Hicieron una cosa, luego "se voltearon" e hicieron otra, y luego otra, y luego otra.

Padres y tutores: sé que me acompañan para agradecer y honrar a nuestros maestros, esta semana y todas las semanas. Sin embargo, si quieren hacer algo especial esta semana, pueden encontrar algunas ideas aquí!

Maestros y TODOS los miembros del personal de CCSD 46 que se preocupan, usan su ingenio, su creatividad, colaboran y están llenos de energía, ¡GRACIAS por su maravilloso servicio!

PRÓXIMAMENTE
Tendremos una jornada de planificación el viernes 14 de mayo. Esta es información nueva, así que ¡marquen sus calendarios!

Mayo 12, 2021 -- Empiezan las clases más tarde
Mayo 14, 2021 -- Día de planificación (NO HAY CLASES)
Mayo 28, 2021 -- Medio día de clases
Mayo 31, 2021 -- “Memorial Day” (NO HAY CLASES)
Junio 2, 2021 -- Últimos día de clases

Comunicación contínua
Seguimos trabajando en nuestros planes para el año escolar 21-22, y pronto habrá más información disponible. Continuaremos enviando comunicación. Les deseamos a todos una buena semana.

Atentamente,

Dra. Lynn Glickman
Superintendente
CCSD 46

[posted 05/03/21]


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MAY 05
Board of Education Meeting
6:30 PM Grayslake Middle School/Online Streaming
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MAY 07
Grab 'N' Go Meals
Pickup 7:00-8:30AM Grayslake Middle School Door #1
Masks and Social Distancing Required


MAY 12
Late Start Day


MAY 14
School/District Planning Day
No Student Attendance

Grab 'N' Go Meals
Pickup 7:00-8:30AM Grayslake Middle School Door #1
Masks and Social Distancing Required

Early Childhood Preschool Screening
By Appointment Only


MAY 19
Board of Education Meeting
6:30 PM Grayslake Middle School/Online Streaming
Click to View Live Video Stream


MAY 21
Grab 'N' Go Meals
Pickup 7:00-8:30AM Grayslake Middle School Door #1
Masks and Social Distancing Required


MAY 28
Grab 'N' Go Meals
Pickup 7:00-8:30AM Grayslake Middle School Door #1
Masks and Social Distancing Required

Early Release Day


MAY 31
Legal Holiday - Memorial Day
No Student Attendance


JUN 02
Last Day of School
Thanks for a great year!



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