Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information Center
TO TAKE A QUICK SURVEY SO THE DISTRICT CAN BETTER MEET YOUR NEEDS
All District 99 Schools will be CLOSED
beginning Tues Mar 17 and are SCHEDULED to reopen Fri May 1.
All state-standardized testing has been SUSPENDED
School days will NOT be made up
Remonte/eLearning will begin APRIL 6TH
All Extracurricular Activities, including before- and after-school clubs, athletic practices and events, and Unify Friday Open Gym (hosted by Cicero Community Outreach at Unity Junior High School), are POSTPONED INDEFINITELY
To report COVID-19 cases or contact the District office, please call
(708) 863-4856 or (708) 762-2241
To speak to a building principal, please call
To schedule a Chromebook or hotspot swap out, please call
04/01/20 at 6 p.m.
Governor Pritzker extended Illinois' stay-at-home order until April 30. The original order was set to expire April 7. Cicero District 99 is urging families to stay home as cases are projected to increase in the coming weeks.
Please help us keep everyone safe by staying home, and making sure to follow the COVID-19 prevention guidelines.
Stay safe and bell well!
Two people affiliated with District 99 diagnosed with COVID-19
On Tuesday, March 24, the District was alerted that there were two confirmed cases of COVID-19 within the District 99 community — one affiliated with Warren Park Elementary School, and one affiliated with Abraham Lincoln Elementary School. The families are following the quarantine guidelines of the Illinois Department of Public Health, and all appropriate agencies have been notified. District 99 continues to encourage families to self-isolate through stay-at-home measures.
At this time, the last presumed contact in the school building occurred no later than March 13. We are not at liberty to share additional information due to the confidential nature of individuals' health records. We ask that you reach out to your health care provider on general guidance on how to proceed, if you have specific concerns related to potential contact and/or symptoms.
During the afternoon hours on Sunday, March 15, District administrators were informed that a PARENT of two students who attend District 99 schools was in contact with an individual that tested positive for COVID-19.
At this time, there are NO REPORTS OF THE PARENT OR STUDENTS EXHIBITING SYMPTOMS OF COVID-19. The family is following following the recommendations from the CDC.
Cicero District 99 is working to ensure the well-being of everyone, please adhere to the guidelines per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:
If you think you have been exposed to COVID-19 AND develop a fever and symptoms, such as cough or difficulty breathing, call your healthcare provider for medical advice.
More detailed information on this incident is available by clicking the links below
District 99 administrators are continuing to monitor this situation and will provide updates to the District community as they become AVAILABLE and CONFIRMED
MONDAY, APRIL 6 from 8-10 a.m.
*families will receive a two-day meal supply
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8 from 8-10 a.m.
*families will receive a three-day meal supply
In partnership with Cicero Town President Larry Dominick and the Town of Cicero's board of trustees, Cicero District 99 has provided a list of alternate locations to get information about housing, healthcare, mental health, food stability, and SNAP/Medical application support.
Burnham (Door 1)
Cicero West (Door 5)
Columbus West (Door 14)
Drexel (Door 4)
Goodwin (Door 1)
Liberty (Door 1)
Lincoln (Door 7)
Sherlock (Door 1)
Unity East (Door 1)
Unity West (Door 16)
Warren Park (Door 3)
Wilson (Door 1)
Mar. 25, 2020- Univision Chicago- Regalan almuerzos escolares a estudiantes en Cicero en medio de la crisis por el coronavirus
Mar. 20, 2020- mySuburbanLife- 'People need to be taken care of.' Berwyn, Cicero school districts provide thousands of meals to students.