It was amazing to see our 2nd & 3rd Grade students returning to in-person learning today! The chilly, snowy day didn't phase them a bit. We can't wait for all of our students to be learning in-person soon!
Enjoy this video to celebrate the first day of in-person school
We have confirmed the following for both Hanover Park and Roselle Park District Programs at Greenbrook and Waterbury, starting November 2. Due to health and safety guidelines, the programs will be limited to a set number of students (approximately 30-45 total), so registration will be first come, first serve. Registration and all details will be handled directly with the park districts.
Keeneyville ESD20 is grateful for the generous donation of laptops by Wynndalco Enterprises, LLC, presented by CEO Andalcio and Simon Lugo to our district. Also present this morning were DuPage County Board Members Greg Hart and Bob Larson, Choose DuPage President & CEO Greg Bedalov, and Evan Shields of DuPage Regional Office of Education. We appreciate your support and know that our students and families will as well!
D20 will continue to offer FREE breakfast & lunch daily to ALL children 18 and under who live within the district, through the end of the 2020-21 school year (6/30/2021). Children do not have to be enrolled in D20 schools. No paperwork is required to pick up the meals. The children to not need to be present, and the meals can be picked up by a parent, friend, relative or neighbor.
All In-Person Students will be provided with free meals when being dismissed from class each day. Please be sure to check your child's backpack as there may be food & drink that need to be refrigerated.
Remote-Only Studentscan pick-up meals from any of the D20 schools, during the assigned times below. We will no longer have bus delivery of meals. Meals for multiple days will be given on each pick-up day, including to cover Saturday and Sunday.
Please ensure your student is compliant with all grade-level health requirements. Please contact your school office directly with any questions.
State of Illinois regulations require students to be in compliance or excluded from in-person school. Non-compliant students will not be allowed in the building for in-person learning until their health requrements have been met.
Remote Only students who have not met health requirements may continue with remote learning.