Leyden High School Remains Closed Until April 30, 2020 Per The Governor’s Order


#leydenpride #parents,

Yesterday, Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker extended both the “stay-at-home” order and school closures for the state, and they will now run through Thursday, April 30, 2020.

We will continue to provide continuity of instruction by presenting students with learning opportunities, and we are in the process of planning a transition to the Illinois State Board of Education’s guidelines as described in the recently released Remote Learning Recommendations. We will share additional details about the updates we are making to our Remote Learning Plans later this week.

Food service will continue at all locations as currently operating, see this schedule for full details.

As a reminder, all current information is available atwww.leyden212.org.

We know this is a very challenging time, and as the governor shared yesterday, this is a time of uncertainty and unrest for many. Please know that we are here to support our students, staff, families, and community in any way that we can. If you need resources or supports to help you, please reach out.

Thank you and be well,
Jason Markey
Principal
East Leyden High School

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