Please contact your child's bilingual teacher or contact Veronica Gott at email@example.com if you need help translating daily learning plans to Spanish, Korean, or Mongolian.
New Information Updated (10/26/20)
On June 23, ISBE released ISBE Phase 4 Guidance for Schools, which will guide the District moving forward.
Phase 4 allows for in-person learning with safety precautions, which will allow students to return to school. If Illinois returns to Phase 3 or lower, the District will revert to E-learning.
There has been some confusion regarding the nomenclature of the Governor's Restore IL plan and Resurgence Mitigations. Restore IL has five "phases," (Phase 1- Rapid Spread, Phase 2- Flattening, Phase 3- Recovery, Phase 4- Revitalization, and Phase 5- Restored). We are currently in Phase 4- Revitalization. Within Phase 4, there are three "tiers" of progressive mitigations designed to tighten restrictions before the need arises to step back to Phase 3- Recovery. Here are links to each of the three tiers of Resurgence Mitigations:
You can access the latest ISBE news and information by visiting their website at https://www.isbe.net/coronavirus.
Travel Guidance Update
Today the IDPH published clarification on their updated quarantine guidance. The new language is available on our website under the Parents > COVID-19 Resources section, or by clicking HERE. Please note that the 7-day quarantine with a negative test option is only available for adults, and the test must be a RT (Reverse Transcriptase)-PCR test.
Although we are advocating social distancing, we would love to continue to build community...even if it is remote! Please continue to share photos of what you are up to on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/
WestNorthfieldD31/. We will share the photos on our District Facebook page. We also encourage you to use the hashtag, #community31 for any pictures showcasing our wonderful District 31 community during this time.
Supporting Local Businesses
The Northbrook and Glenview Chambers of Commerce are developing promotions to encourage community members to shop at local businesses whenever possible.
Support During School Closures
Call 847-313-4490. Leave a message with your name, student name, problem with technology device and a contact number. This line is monitored and phone calls will be returned. OR Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- District 31 has a limited number of iPads available for K-2 families and a limited number of cellular “hot spot” devices for internet that can be checked out. If you are in need, please contact Dave Del Boccio (email@example.com).
- Comcast is offering two months of free Internet service to low income families. Click here for more information.
- AT&T has a program that provides high speed internet to qualifying students for $10/ month. Click here for more information.
- If a school issued device breaks or stops working, please contact tech support via “Tech Support Desk” .
Educational Supports or General Questions
The District and school website are being updated to include any needed information about school closures and news.
- 847-832-2201 (number will be monitored)
- Principal Shaton Wolverton (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Assistant Principal Nino Alvarez (email@example.com)
- 847-313-4452 (number will be monitored)
- Principal Dr. April Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Assistant Principal Justin Cooper (email@example.com)
- Special Education
- Business Services
- Assistant Superintendent Cathy Lauria (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- District 31 Support
- 847-313-4417 (number will be monitored)
- Superintendent Dr. Erin Murphy (email@example.com)
Free Lunch Program
District 31 is partnering with our food service provider, Quest, to provide free breakfast and/ lunch opportunities to all students through December 2020. Learn more. If you have questions please contact Assistant Superintendent Cathy Lauria at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Northfield Township and Maine Township food pantries are open.
- Northfield Township Food Pantry, 2550 Waukegan Rd., Suite 100, Glenview, IL 60025, 847-724-8300
- Maine Township Food Pantry, 1700 Ballard Rd, Park Ridge, IL 60068-1006, 847-297-2510
- Please contact the food pantries directly if you are unable to come in and need food or if you have any other questions.
- If you would like to support the food pantries, please donate. Learn how you can donate and what food items are needed at https://www.chicagosfoodbank.org/locations/northfield-township/and https://mainetown.com/departments/food-pantry/.
Our social workers are available to offer any needed support.
Find food assistance, help paying bills, and other free or reduced cost programs, including new programs for the COVID-19 pandemic at https://findhelp.org/.
Homeless Families can request help from the North Cook Intermediate Service Center. (NCISC) Learn more at https://www.ncisc.org/Page/1049. NCISC is also looking for donations. Please consider donating at https://www.ncisc.org/Page/2154.
Community & Economic Development Association of Cook County (CEDA)'s Family Support and Community Engagement, otherwise known as FsACE, provides a range of services and case management to help stabilize and support individuals and families residing in Suburban Cook County. Learn more at www.cedaorg.net.
ComEd is offering a Customer Assistance Program for residents who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and are not able to keep up with their electric utility payments. Learn more at https://www.comed.com/MyAccount/MyBillUsage/Pages/PaymentArrangements.aspx?fbclid=IwAR3YwDNPv3xdo17gYjabzzFzDtMfy6aFEBEEvRGCUqdmlYVitODTioEMyR8.
Glenview Northbrook Coronavirus Task Force
In March, 2020 District 31 joined other public entities in Glenview and Northbrook in the Glenview/Northbrook Coronavirus Response. We are working collaboratively and proactively to share timely, accurate information. District 31 remains committed to providing a safe environment for students and staff.
As leaders in Glenview and Northbrook, together, we are strongly committed to protecting the health and well-being of all our community members. We have formed the Glenview-Northbrook Coronavirus Task Force, made up of representatives from the municipalities, schools, township, park districts and libraries in our communities. Members come together regularly to share information and resources about the novel coronavirus, and the illness that it causes, COVID-19. The entities will take consistent and coordinated action whenever possible.
We also are committed to providing accurate, timely and valuable information. To that end, expect to receive joint email messages with updates on the novel coronavirus. The Task Force web page (http://www.
glenviewnorthbrookcoronavirus. info) will provide vetted information to help Glenview and Northbrook community members understand the facts and get answers to frequently asked questions. We will continue to update the page as necessary with more specific guidance in the event of confirmed cases in Northfield Township, and any protocols that our organizations and our communities as a whole will follow as a result.
We follow the guidance of the Cook County Department of Health, Illinois Department of Public Health, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention about the novel coronavirus
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