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Joppa-Maple Grove, will be staring an Adaptive Pause (remote learning) starting Friday, January 21 and will return to in person learning on Wednesday, January 26. Meals will be provided each school day. If you need a meal call JHS at 618/543-7589 Ext. 1107 by 10:00AM each day (1/21, 1/24 and 1/25) meals can be picked up at JHS between 11:00 and 12:30 at the front door.
Dr. Vickie Artman
Dear parents and guardians,
We are pleased to share that the isolation and quarantine period for students and staff members sick with COVID-19 or considered a close contact has been reduced to five days.
The Illinois Department of Public Health, Illinois State Board of Education Southern Seven Health Department announced that the agencies have adopted CDC guidance for P-12 schools that halves the isolation and quarantine period. The Centers for Disease Control updated its guidance for P-12 schools on January 6.
As a result, effective immediately, Joppa-Maple Grove USD #38 will implement the updated guidance. This announcement does not change the state of Illinois’ mask requirement for anyone inside school buildings. The Governor’s indoor mask mandate for school is still in effect until further notice.
Unvaccinated students and not boosted staff members who are close contacts are now required to quarantine for 5 days. The following is a table with the revised return to school dates.
Thank you for your continued support of our students and teachers. It’s been an incredibly challenging year, but we will continue to push forward together.
Dr. Vickie Artman