We Care for our World - Remote Learning for 5/11
Thank you for taking time to think about how your words and actions matter to those around you.
- View our learning resources for the day here.
We will leave these links posted for the entire week so families may access all the learning experiences. Special thanks to our District 35 team members, the Glencoe Sustainability Task Force, and our partners at Grow Through Mindfulness for creating the learning experiences for our students!
Please complete the ATTENDANCE FORM on Friday of each week to acknowledge engagement in the Remote Learning sessions for the week. You may include all children in your family on one submission. Thank you!
Please send any tech or support needs to eHelp@glencoeschools.org. Our support team will monitor these requests and respond as quickly as possible. Please share as much detail as possible to allow our team to support your needs (device, browser, website, etc.).
APP Status Page: Click here to check on the status of our most commonly used APPs.
Guides and Tips Page for commonly asked TECH questions.
On April 17th, Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker ordered all Illinois schools to remain closed for the remainder of this school year. Like you, we are heartbroken that we will not be able to meet with our students in person for the rest of the year. This is not the end of the school year that they or we imagined. We remain resolute in our focus on caring for our students during this unprecedented time.
- Parent Letter shared on April 24, 2020
On the evening of March 27th, Governor Pritzker issued Executive Order 2020-15. The order was followed by the Illinois State Board of Education’s release of emergency rules and Remote Learning recommendations. Remote Learning is learning that happens outside of the traditional classroom because the student and teacher are separated by distance and/or time. Moving forward we will use the language of Remote Learning to define our educational experiences.
- Parent Letter shared on March 29, 2020
Our plan for extended Remote Learning includes teachers shifting from focusing solely on reinforcement/practice of previously taught content to including elements of new learning. You will see our teachers balancing student connection, reinforcement of concepts, and new learning. We are also balancing digital and non-digital experiences for all learners.
District 35 Grade Level Expectations for Learning Time
If you are seeking additional ways to engage your child beyond the District 35 assigned learning experiences, please visit our ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES link. We will continue to add ideas that can be used by children of all ages.