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  • Inclement Weather

    School Closures During the 2020-21 school year, Naperville 203 will implement remote learning days instead of enacting a school closure for inclement weather. In the unlikely event a school or District closure must occur (e.g. power outage), it will be announced as soon as possible on the District website, through the District’s Talk203 email system and social media channels. In addition, school closures are reported to the Emergency Closing Center, which broadcasts the information on the following Chicago stations: WGN-AM (720), WBBM-AM (780), and CBS-TV (2), NBC-TV (5), ABC-TV (7), WGN-TV (9), FOX-TV, and CLTV cable. Families may also call the District Administrative Offices – (630) 420-6300 – to hear a recorded telephone message concerning a school closing or late start. Delayed Start During the 2020-2021 school year only, Naperville School District 203 will not run a delayed start schedule on severe weather days. As mentioned above, if inclement weather is announced, Naperville 203 will utilize a remote learning day. Students and educators follow their schedule remotely rather than enacting a delayed start.

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  • 8th Grade Washington, DC Trip

    We're planning a fantastic tour to Washington, DC on June 17 - 20, 2021. This unforgettable learning experience of a lifetime is being coordinated by Brightspark Travel.

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  • E-Learning Schedule for Stages 2 & 3

    Our new hybrid schedule for all students will be online. Unless specifically invited by a teacher, students will not participate in-person this week at school, and all students will follow their new schedule each day Tuesday through Friday. I would strongly encourage you to print out the schedule and hang it up so that your student(s) can access it quickly.

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  • LJHS Virtual Calming Room

    This Virtual Calming Room is a place for all student and families to utilize strategies to help manage their emotions and feelings.

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  • Return to Learn.

    Find out the latest from the District and Board of Education.

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