🚨 UPDATE FROM CICERO DISTRICT 99 ON TRANSITIONING TO FALL EDUCATION 🚨
***UPDATE AS OF 7/30/2020 AT 3:45 P.M.***
Hello Cicero District 99 Families,
The Cicero District 99 Transition Advisory Group continues to plan for the reopening of schools.
Each transition plan has been completed in conjunction with the phase descriptors as outlined in Governor Pritzker's Restore Illinois Plan. The structures and precautions outlined in our plans are subject to change based on the conditions in our schools and community. Plan options are dynamic and may be amended to best ensure the safety of our students, staff and community at large.
While the District is designing three plans for implementation in response to ISBE guidelines (Full Remote Learning, Blended/Hybrid Learning and In-Person Instruction),
the District intends to begin the school year in Full Remote Learning for the duration of the first quarter.
Full Remote Learning includes all students working remotely from home, with essential employees entering district buildings as needed. Essential employees reporting will adhere to health and safety protocols outlined by the IDPH. Some buildings may be accessible based upon staffing and needs.
District 99 will continually reevaluate conditions and implement changes as appropriate. Please continue to check here on our website frequently for important updates and details related to the start of the school year.
Cicero District 99
Online Registration Back Open
Parents — have you still not registered your child for the 2020-2021 school year?
If you are still having problems registering, please contact the school your child will be attending this upcoming school year
*Please note: If you already registered your child back in May, then you do not have to register them again.
Just because it's summer vacation doesn't mean learning has to stop!
For the remainder of the summer, District 99 hopes all students take advantage of the opportunity to hang on to their Chromebooks and hotspots and engage in the District's online reading and math enrichment programs.
Sustain your academic abilities and avoid losing critical skills and knowledge!
The more you stay engaged, the better chance you have of winning fun raffle prizes, including bikes, board games, restaurant gift certificates and more!
Together, we can work hard to avoid the summer learning slide!
Cicero District 99, Town of Cicero President Larry Dominick and the Board of Trustees, Cook County Commissioner Frank Aguilar, State Representative Lisa Hernandez, State Senator Steven Landek, and Blanca Vargas (LULAC Cicero), in partnership with the Greater Chicago Food Depository, invite Cicero residents to take advantage of the USDA's Field to Table pop-up food distribution program.