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School District 203 announces Emergency Board of Education Meeting is set for 2:30PM Feb. 6

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Above / Naperville Community Unit School District 203 Administrative Center is located at 203 West Hillside Road at Webster Street.

UPDATE, Feb. 13, 2022 / Another Emergency Board of Education was announced for 10AM Sun., Feb. 13. For more information about the meeting held via ZOOM, visit CLICK HERE.

Original Post, Feb. 6, 2022 / At 2:30PM Sun., Feb. 6, 2022, Naperville Community Unit School District 203 will host an Emergency Board of Education Meeting.

A Closed Session will address 5 ILCS 120/2(c)(11) Litigation, when an action against, affecting or on behalf of the particular District has been filed and is pending before a court or administrative tribunal.
 
This meeting will be held at The Public School Administration building, 203 West Hillside Road.
 

Meeting Agenda Posted online

1. Call to Order and Motion for Closed Session

1.01 Call to Order

2. Meeting Opening

2.01 Welcome and Mission

2.02 Roll Call

2.03 Pledge of Allegiance

3. Public Comment

3.01 Please limit comments to 3 minutes if you are speaking as an individual; 5 minutes if representing a group

4. Motion For Closed Session

4.01 Motion to go into Closed Session

5. Closed Session

5.01 Pursuant to 5 ILCS 120/2(c)(11) Litigation, when an action against, affecting or on behalf of the particular District has been filed and is pending before a court or administrative tribunal.

6. Adjournment
6.01 Motion to Adjourn

District 203 Board of Ed also meets at 7PM Mon., Feb. 7

A Board of Education Meeting also is slated to begin at 7PM Mon., Feb. 7, 2022, with Closed Session at 5PM. The public meeting will be held at Washington Junior High School, 201 N. Washington Street, Naperville, IL 60540.

Click here for YouTube Channel Archive of D203 BOE Meetings. Public comments always are welcome and enlightening.

Replies to statements / Parental inquiries… 

Release received at 3:30PM / Statement by the Northern Illinois Public Health Consortium (NIPHC) on Temporary Restraining Order suspending mandated masking for schools

The Local Health Departments of the Northern Illinois Public Health Consortium (NIPHC) are aware of the most recent judicial ruling impacting schools in our local jurisdictions and throughout the state of Illinois and recognizes the independent authority of local school districts to determine what mitigations will be adopted in their schools in accordance with the Governor’s Executive Orders. NIPHC recommends local school districts to continue to adopt a layered approach to mitigation to prevent the transmission of COVID-19 among staff, students, and the community including vaccination, masking, and isolation of ill individuals.

NIPHC Local Health Departments will continue to conduct case investigations for COVID-19 and issue quarantine and isolation orders in certain circumstances under their authority as outlined in Section 2 of the Department of Public Health Act and Illinois Administrative Code – Part 690 Control of Communicable Diseases Code in partnership with local schools in its jurisdiction.

Update at 5:30PM, Editor’s Note / After these meeting notices were posted at noon today, a mass of inquiries arrived seeking information about the end result of this afternoon’s 203 BOE meeting. We regret to say we were unable to attend the meeting.

Regarding the Fri., Feb. 4, court ruling stating that the mandates imposed by the Governor, ISBE and IDPH are invalid; a large number of parents said they’re sending a brief letter to their child’s school stating their choice is to send their child to school mask-free.

A copy of the 29-page Temporary Restraining Order (TR0) ruling from Friday is available online.

We’re told local social media forums also are dealing with comments, inquiries and conversations.

While preparing updates, School District 204 also sent its response to the litigation. Click here for more information about the decision for School District 204.

Briefly stated, at this time, both School District 203 and School District 204 will continue the mask mandate as COVID-19 Mitigations.

 

 

 

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Naperville Community Unit School District 203 is a nationally recognized pre-K-12 school district of 17,500 students in two high schools, five junior highs, 14 elementary schools, and one early childhood center. The educational program of the Naperville 203 school district is designed to provide excellence for all students, and founded in the mission of educating students to be self-directed learners, collaborative workers, complex thinkers, quality producers, and community contributors.
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