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CPS 299Evanston 65Evanston 202 (HS)Wilmette 39New Trier (HS)Oak Park 97Oak Park HSSkokie 68Skokie 69Skokie 73-5Vernon Hills - Hawthorne Woods 73Park Ridge 64Cicero 99Berwyn North 98
Berwyn South 100
Stickney 110Lyons 103Brookfield - LaGrange 95Niles 71
Evergreen Park 124
Norridge 80Burbank 111Oak Lawn-Hometown 123Deerfield 109Northbrook 27
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Number of Schools629161621014338816481621528663** Sources:
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Number of Students 347,476 7,674 3615 3,514 4,040 6,042 3,393 1,762 1,754 1,096 3,9374,74510,6892810352037023981308641189210293512328028891273https://www.illinoisreportcard.com/
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Demographics
http://wilmette39.org/UserFiles/Servers/Server_360846/File/Parents/Reopening%20Plans/Fall2020ReopeningFAQ.pdf
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Percentage low income78.80%37.00%34.80%3.00%3.00%15.80%17.8%%49.40%49.70%33.90%26.40%82.60%91.50%69.80%67.20%63.80%75.70%16.50%42.00%41.90%32.00%73.20%43.30%1.20%0.10%
https://www.district65.net/cms/lib/IL01906289/Centricity/Domain/4/d65-health-safety-protocols-ENGLISH.pdf
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Percentage white10.90%42.80%45.80%74.40%78%53.90%56.90%34.60%34.60%38.00%43.10%3.20%1.40%4.30%9.60%14.10%19.70%62.20%57.40%40.20%73.70%40.20%49.60%83.10%70.60%https://www.skokie68.org/
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Homeless3.40%3.00%3.20%0.00%0.10%1.00%0.60%1.20%1.80%0.30%0.40%0.00%0.40%1.60%0.60%0.00%1.00%0.00%0.30%0.50%0.10%0.30%0.40%0.20%0.00%https://sd69.org/
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https://www.sd735.org/
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# of FTE Teachers21,1156702652763504512321381338931836574019827229202895015964225234254107https://www.sd74.org/
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Percentage white51.00%68.40%67.60%95.30%90.30%77.30%76.20%82.50%82.40%90.50%85.20%96.30%65.50%79.20%88.30%75.90%91.60%96.70%94.10%90.60%81.90%90.80%94.30%96.30%97.10%https://www.op97.org/
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https://www.cps.edu/
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$ per student 14,000 16,000 22,00017,00026,00015,00024,00020,00015,00015,00013,00017,00014,00014,00012,00016,00015,00011,00016,00014,00011,00012,00013,00019,00022,000
https://www.chicago.gov/city/en/sites/covid-19/home/covid-dashboard.html
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https://evanston.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/5290c3e6b4084c83ba4aa9e7d70ff3e7
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# of COVID deaths in Community as of Jan 28, 2021 4,617 1061061348108108108951781001009202042677https://www.skokie.org/1126/COVID-19-Data
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https://www.wilmette.com/village-managers-office/covid-19-information-response-and-resources/
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School Status: Remote, Hybrid, InPerson as of Jan 28, 2021RemoteRemoteIn Person (Restart) HybridRemoteHybrid/Remote (restart)RemoteHybridHybridRemoteHybridHybridHybrid/Phase-inhttps://www.op97.org/
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Estimated date of Change:Hybrid potentially week of Feb 1Hybrid Feb 16Jan 11 Hybrid Feb 1Metric DependJan 22Metric DependHybrid Feb 1; Phase inJan 19Hybrid, Feb 8/9Feb 1Jan 27Hybrid, Jan 25
https://docs.google.com/document/d/13fPktGjrPtxWLF3wuhgWxsCvedr8XsojkKz3WPWm8_I/edit
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https://campussuite-storage.s3.amazonaws.com/prod/735181/c9be791c-b8dc-11e6-bf0d-22000bd8490f/2170282/6382beee-0a70-11eb-a367-127ca36b3e97/file/D97%20Framework%20for%20Reopening%20Schools%202020-21.pdf
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Dedicated school nurse for each school?
Not all schoolsNurse or Dedicated Health Clerk every schoolNurse and ClinicNurse every schoolNurse and ClinicNurse every schoolNurse and ClinicNurse or Dedicated Health Clerk every school
Nurse every school
Nurse every schoolNurse every schoolNurse every school
https://docs.google.com/document/d/181no2hezqU_Veo74KlybUo28vXDv0t8Pq0K3nXCPq8w/edit
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Student/Staff COVID testing?NoWeekly Safeguard saliva COVID testing https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GieBgVn3yIVpIE6DTcvJpcFKEfnTY6ZTB72Tki_W0Xw/edit
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PCR testing for students and staff?NoAmbry PCR test available from school nurse for symptomatic staff/students * website references a "Packet" for parents who have opted for in-person learning, but cannot find onlinehttps://www.bsd111.org/userfiles/3/my%20files/phase%202-3%20elementary%20letter%201-28-21.pdf?id=33360
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Self-report daily screenerDigitalDigital DigitalYesYes http://www.cicd99.edu/about-district-99/covid19
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Daily temp check (contactless)YesYes YesYesYeshttps://www.d64.org/covid-19-information/index
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Thermal cameras on campus?NoYes No
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Staggered entrance/timing for arrivals/exits?
Yes Yeshttps://maps.cookcountyil.gov/medexamcovid19/
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Required self-screener & temp check before entrance?YesYes YesTemp
https://docs.google.com/document/d/19wWGHJVG16ODdPphyhPIS-vkqJgFzqaAIjMAe11qtUg/view
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Fever threshold?100.4 deg100.4 deg 100.4 deg100 deg
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Bus mitigation?1 student per seat; assigned seats; cleaning bus between routes 1 student per seat; 23 maximum; sanitized between routesAssigned seats; temp check/screener before boardingLimited to 24 students per bus; 4 dedicated buses per school; daily cleaningMentions santizing of buses between routes; 6 feet board/depart; extra masks on bus if student forgets
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School-specific contract tracing?YesYes Yes
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All teachers vaccinated?Mentions "encouraging staff vaccination;" but not as a precursor to opening Partnered with Walgreens to schedule vaccinations for staff
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Tracking of COVID data staff zip codes?
One Region only (10)Yes
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Tracking of COVID data in District zip codes?
YesYes
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PPE Provided to staff (masks, shields, gloves)?
"Additional PPE available for educators, staff and custodians as needed" (masks, goggles, gloves, face shields)
Masks, face shields, gloves
Masks, some face shields
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PPE provided to students)?Need to provide own (preferably 2); only provided if student does not haveNo; need to purchase enough for 3 per dayOnly if student-owned PPE becomes lost, forgotten or soiled
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Are gaiters or vented masks permitted?
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Daily cleaning protocol with additional staff and suppliesNo mention of additional staff; electrostatic machines for high touch, carpet and restroom areasYesMentions "increase"; very specific planYes; dedicated custodian for each school for high touch areas
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Are teachers required to clean classrooms?No; janitors providedUnclear
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UV-C light enhanced cleaning?Yes
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Classroom santitation/cleaning kits provided?Disinfectant providedYesDisinfectant wipes, touchless hand sanitizers in each classroom
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Quarantine/isolation space in school?YesYesYesYes
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Ventilation assessment (per CDC)?YesUnivents, open windows where neededWas conducted
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HEPA air filters provided each room?HVAC systems upgraded to MERV 8 or 10 ratings; air filters upgraded to pleated MERV8, HVAC calibration to increase outside airflow, HEPA filters installed in areas with limited air flow
No; Merv 13 for air handlers
No; MERV 13 when available
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Close all drinking fountains?Yes; bottle fillers onlyYesYes; bottle fillers onlyStudents required to bring water bottle daily
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Lunch time food service?Yes; social distancing observed while eating in lunchroomYes; one boxed, cold lunch provided Yes; lunchroom; 10 ft apartGrab and go breakfast/lunch; eat 6 feet apart
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Playground equipment available to students?Only mentions not available after school hours (?)No NoScheduled use
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Outdoor activities?When weather permits; no other mentionSupervised, structured play Separate play, students have own equipmentYes
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Desk shields?Only used where physical distancing is not possible; specific mention of use in restroomsYes Only for 1-on-1 interactionsOnly for teacher 1-on-1 interactions
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Class sizes reduced for in-person?In-person class sizes reduced; no number citedYes; 16-18 per class (based on sq ft)A/B cohorts if 54%+ students choose in-person to keep class size small; three week rotation (one grade level onsite per week)9-15 per class depending upon space available; A/B cohorts in building on different days
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Cohort/Bubble strategy?YesYesYes
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Separate teachers for remote vs in-person?Concurrent for grades 6-8
No concurrent teaching
Same teacher; concurrent
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Shortened in-person school day?AM/PM schedules grades K-5; cleanings between each shiftYesSwitching of days for remote and in person
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Mitigation for in-school movement?Grades 6-8 stay in same room (except PE); educators move to limit contactEarly grades anchored by classroom; middle grades travel for class; extracurricular teachers come to room
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Assigned bathroom/hand washing?YesYes YesYes
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Increased hand sanitizer availability?Hallways, classrooms and all common spacesYes
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Increased cleaning in school?Additional sanitization procedures mentioned; nightly desk cleaning;Yes Yes (unclear if janitors only, or if teachers requred)Yes
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Locker use limited/ stopped (no sharing)?No locker useLimited/no lockersNo locker useModified; locker rooms closed and no changing for gym
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All materials kept w/ student and at desks?Individual storage bins provided for each student for materialsYes YesYesSome
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Specials classes (art, music, PE, etc.) Broadcast into classroom liveDelivered in person for inperson learners
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Contact Tracing-school specific?YesYes
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Classroom move to remote threshold?1 case
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Per family pledge of commitments?Yes
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Early/before school care?Limited to in-person; no food allowed; no activities Food provided for those who eat breakfast at school; no activities; 10 ft apart
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If hybrid, vulnerable student (IEP/low-income) first strategy?Preference to IEP/504, ELL, low-income, homeless, primary grades (PK-2)Students with increased support needs are prioritized for increase in-person time if chosenSpec Ed students and PreK prioritized for choice
Prioritize PreK, K-2 SPED
Early Childhood, At-risk Pre-School, Kindergarten, Instructional Special Education (self-contained)
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