Remote Learning to continue through March 1

UPDATED February 15, 2021
Change to Reopening Matrix Review Schedule

The Board of Education increased the frequency of the matrix review for transitioning to hybrid instruction at the February 9th Board Meeting. Effective immediately, the matrix will be reviewed every two weeks on the 1st and 15th of each month, or as close to that schedule as possible. District Administration will review health trends, local data, and national guidelines to determine whether or not to move to Hybrid Learning. Please continue to visit this page for up-to-date information.

Review
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Staff
Start Date

EC (3yo), K, 6, and 9
Student Start Date

Remaining Student
Start Date

 Decision
February 1
 
   
 Stay Remote
February 16
February 17
February 22
March 1
Stay Remote
March 1
March 3
March 8
March 15
 
March 15
March 17
March 22
April 5
 
April 5
April 7
April 12
April 19
 
April 19
April 21
April 26
May 3
 
May 3
May 5
May 10
May 17
 

District to Continue Remote Learning Through March 1, 2021
Posted on 02/15/2021
Community Spread Risk UpdateDear CM 201-U Families,

After continued close monitoring of state and local health data, the decision has been made to continue Remote Learning until the next review date of March 1 for the next potential hybrid model start date of March 8, 2021. This decision was based upon a review of all previously discussed metrics.

On March 1, 2021, the District will once again review health trends and local data, in accordance with our Model Switch Criteria, to determine whether or not it is safe to move to Hybrid Learning.

Please continue to visit our website to view the Tracking Schedule for important updates about community health trends, decision dates and possible reopening dates. Please note that Parents/Guardians will ONLY be contacted directly when a decision has been made to move to the Hybrid (in-person) Model.

Crete-Monee School District 201-U’s first priority is to minimize the health and safety risks to students, parents and staff, as well as potential spread to the surrounding community at large. The level of COVID-19 transmission in the community is an important factor in determining when it is safe to move to Hybrid (in-person) instruction. Specific metrics monitored by the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) continue to guide us in assessing the risk of community spread.

Sincerely,
Dr. Kara
Dr. Kara Coglianese
Superintendent
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