Please see below for important reminders regarding Spring Break (March 29 - April 2, 2021).
No Meal Distribution on Tuesday, March 30
Due to Spring Break, District 97 will not distribute meals on Tuesday, March 30. Students will instead be provided two weeks worth of food during the March 23 distribution (see below for times and locations).
The next meal distribution after Spring Break will be Tuesday, April 6, 2021.
District 97 holds meal distributions on Tuesdays from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Longfellow Elementary School (for Julian and feeder schools), 715 S. Highland Ave., and Brooks Middle School (for Brooks and feeder schools), 325 S. Kenilworth Ave.
Expectations for D97 Students and Staff Who Travel Out of State
Avoiding unnecessary travel remains paramount to maintaining the health and safety of our students, staff, families, and the broader community—particularly when students are attending school in-person. In cases where travel is necessary, it is expected that students and staff will adhere to the revised travel quarantine guidelines.
If a student/staff member travels to an ORANGE state and they are not fully vaccinated, they must complete a 10-day quarantine or obtain a negative PCR test result no longer than 72 hours prior to returning. Evidence of the negative result must be submitted to the school nurse or immediate supervisor at least 24 hours prior to entering a D97 building.
Families should call the school attendance line on or before April 5 to report that their child will be remote—either for the full 10 days or until PCR test results are provided to the school. In either case, the school nurse will need to approve the return.
Click here (or the image below) to view a summary of the district's expectations for students and staff, including the required steps to return to school/work if they travel.