School Closure Updates and Remote Learning
Grab-and-Go meal sites have changed to better serve our communities.
To provide our families with the most consistent services while picking up grab-and-go meals during the closure and to better support school staff, food distribution sites will be changing. During spring break, families may pick up grab-and-go meals at more than 130 school sites across the city from Monday–Thursday, 9 a.m.–1 p.m. Meal sites will not be open on Friday, April 10 to give our staff members off for Good Friday, and we ask families to plan accordingly. Beginning the following week, Monday, April 13, more than 270 schools that have been high demand distribution sites for families will be open to provide free meals. Find the meal site closest to you at cps.edu/mealsites.
Our school has been working hard to design remote learning plans that will provide our students with high-quality learning opportunities after spring break and through the remainder of the state-mandated closure. To view our remote learning plan, please visit the Student Center Page of our website. As part of the district’s effort to make remote learning accessible for students in need, our school will be distributing devices so students are able take part in learning activities at home. Please email Laugusta@cps.edu if you are in need of technology or leave a voicemail at 773-534-5108. This guide can help families learn about different options for getting connected to the internet for remote learning.
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