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Beginning on November 16, 2020, District 205 is pleased to be able to provide meals for ALL children.  There is no preorder or ID required to pick up meals. You will be picking up seven days worth of meals.  Meals are available for pick up Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:30 - 5:00PM, as well as Tuesday and Thursday from 7:00 - 8:00AM.   Pick up is available at the following locations:

York High School (Main entrance, Door #3)
Bryan Middle School (East Side, Door #13)
Churchville Middle School (Main Entrance, Door #1)
Sandburg Middle School (Main Entrance, Door #3)

**Please help us stay safe by wearing your mask and staying in your car; unroll your back window or open you trunk and we will put the meals directly into your car.

Our Library Walk-Up Window (near the Edison bike racks and open from 2-3:00 on Tuesdays and Fridays AND NOW Thursdays 5:30-6:30 p.m.) will continue to be THE place for Edison students to pick up and return library books!

Elmhurst Community Unit School District 205 will transition from hybrid to remote instruction for two weeks beginning October 21-November 4, 2020, implementing an Adaptive Pause in accordance with IDPH guidelines. The pause to in-person instruction comes because DuPage County has entered into Substantial Community Transmission. COVID-19’s presence in the community has increased to a level that stands to expose our families and staff to health risks. Expand this story for next steps.

For more than 40 years, the Elmhurst community has participated in the UCCA Holiday Food Drive to help Elmhurst District 205 school children and their families. To ensure everyone's safety, we are moving our efforts online.  Instead of bringing food donations to Edison School, you can go online and donate to sponsor a holiday meal, a box of food or more.  It's quick and easy.  Go to https://www.ucca-elmhurst.org

The start of the school year has been stressful for many families as parents struggle to balance work with remote and hybrid learning. Staff at the Elmhurst Park District and Elmhurst Community Unit School District 205 have been working behind the scenes for weeks to come up with the best solution to help as many families as possible during this tough transition. 

Club Ed. is a new program for children K-5 that will offer a convenient, self-directed E-Learning opportunity at various D205 and Park District locations. This program will provide a structured schedule that alternates designated time for self-directed E-Learning and recreational activities including indoor/outdoor games, arts and crafts. Children will be in a group of 15 participants or less in a format that meets all CDC health and safety guidelines. Face coverings will be required at all times except while eating.

Remote Learning Extended through Thanksgiving Break

Due to the current COVID-19 metrics in DuPage County, District 205 will continue in remote learning and extend the “adaptive pause” per IDPH guidelines until November 29. On Monday, November 23, staff and parents will receive additional communication from the District, indicating if a return to hybrid learning is possible, based on health and safety metrics, beginning on Monday, November 30, 2020.

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