Return to School
The Illinois Department of Public Health and the Illinois State Board of Education released updated guidance for schools on March 9, 2021 that applies to the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year. According to IDPH and ISBE, “The Revised Public Health Guidance for Schools is precipitated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recently released and updated guidance.”
The safety and well-being of our students and staff while providing a dynamic learning experience is the primary focus for Lisle District 202. While we believe we are as prepared as possible based on current information, we also recognize that the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve and we may need to make adjustments as the school year passes to ensure our learning environments support growth while following safety protocols as they are updated.
Lisle 202 is committed to providing robust learning experiences in this new normal, recognizing that the school day will look and feel different for our students. This guide includes information on the learning plans for the 2020-2021 school year, new procedures based on guidance from the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) and the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE).
Illinois State Board of Education Guidance Document - June 23, 2020
Illinois State Board of Education Guidance Document - July 23, 2020
IDPH & ISBE Updated Guidance Document - March 9, 2021
Illinois State Board of Education Resources & FAQs
Lisle 202 began the 2020 school year in fully remote learning to protect the health and safety of our students and staff. During this time there are two options: Remote for All and Lisle Virtual Academy.
- Remote Learning - All students participate in Remote Learning. Families who plan to return to in-person attendance when it becomes available.
- Lisle Virtual Academy - For families who do not wish to send their child to school for instruction, even in an eventual return to in-person attendance.
Lisle Park District EDGE before/after school program for elementary students
The EDGE Program serves Lisle Park District residents who attend Lisle District 202 schools and operates in correlation with the school district's academic calendar. The EDGE AM & PM programs take place when in-person learning is offered and will be located at the Lisle Park District with activities including arts and crafts, homework time, and recreation activities.
The Lisle Park District is offering the Remote Enrichment Center program for families in need of childcare. Your child will spend the day in a safe, supervised and supportive environment, conducive to self-guided e-learning. Learn more at the links below.