Harvard District 50
“I was not expecting to save that much money. The fact the school pretty much pays for all of it, it’s been a blessing on both my family and me," said a Harvard High School junior.
The union members protested in front of Harvard School District 50 offices and staged a walkout during the meeting
Some McHenry County schools saw vaccination rates rise since the mandate to get shots or face weekly tests was put into effect last month by Gov. JB Pritzker, while others are still gathering data and have found teaching staff are more likely to already be inoculated than workers outside classroom settings.
With the first day of school approaching as coronavirus cases climb, especially among the unvaccinated, school districts like Harvard Community School District 50 are trying to create opportunities for students and community members to get vaccinated.
The first day of school is quickly approaching for McHenry County students, but with federal and state guidance less than a week old, many McHenry County school districts said they’re still finalizing some details.
“We recommend planning for both looser CDC guidance and the potential that current mitigations will remain in place,” the Illinois state superintendent of education advised superintendents
Alexis Lehmann, a 2021 Harvard High School graduate, was recommended by P.E.O. Chapter MC of Woodstock for the scholarship
About 180 Huntley High School students are waiting on transportation to go back to school for in-person learning, superintendent says
Unanimous decision by school board intended to alleviate financial burden on families amid uncertainty tied to COVID-19 pandemic
‘When there’s a major disruption like this, that’s when innovation can happen,’ Huntley School District 158 superintendent says