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  • School Closed - 2.16.23 - eLearning Day

    School Closed due to weather

    February 16, 2023

    Students pivot to eLearning


    Dear St. Patrick Parents and Staff,

    I have received an email from Woodland District 50 that out of an abundance of caution concerning the winter weather storm approaching, they will be closing school tomorrow, Feb. 16th. As stated in in my previous email, if our district schools close, St. Patrick School will also close and will pivot to eLearning. Our school hours will be 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Teachers will be available during this time.

    Teachers will take attendance of their students when students login to their SeeSaw or Google Classroom account. Teachers will also monitor attendance by the completion of assignments in each subject. It is important that all students take part in our eLearning in order for this day to count as a completed Emergency Day. Also, remember that our children have no school on Friday, Feb. 17th - Teacher Professional Development Day and Monday, Feb. 20th - Presidents' Day.. I hope the kids can enjoy a little fun in the snow in the afternoon! Stay warm and safe. Thank you.


    Mrs. Mary Vitulli, Principal


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  • New 2022-2023 COVID Protocols

    June 30, 2022

    Dear Parents, Guardians and Caretakers,

    While the school year has only just concluded, we are already preparing for 2022-23. I’m writing you today to inform you of new and updated COVID-19 protocols for the upcoming school year.

    These protocols have been developed by the Archdiocese of Chicago based on the experiences of the past two years and how we can provide the best learning environment for our students while protecting everyone’s health and safety.

    As always, our focus is on maximizing in-person instruction and minimizing the disruption to our students, families and staff, while maintaining a safe environment for everyone.

    In short:

    • Based on data collected since removal of the mask mandate earlier this year, we’re doing away with contact tracing and the actions we required for close contacts of someone with COVID-19. Close contacts will no longer be required to mask, quarantine and social distance at lunchtime.
    • Individuals who test positive must isolate from all school activities for five days and report the positive case to their school. Upon their return to school, for days 6-10 no masks are required if they test negative. Absent a negative test, they must mask during the school day and social distance at lunch.
    •  We will inform families of all in-school, positive COVID-19 cases. Families are encouraged to take any precautions they consider appropriate.
    • Individuals with symptoms of COVID-19 or any illness should stay home while sick.
    • When there are three cases in a classroom within a 10-day period, all students in that classroom must mask for 10 days.

    As we have all learned during the pandemic, things can change, sometimes for the better, sometimes not. As a result, our protocols may also change as we progress through the school year. Please do not hesitate to contact your school if you have any questions, comments or other feedback on these protocols.

    Because of your commitment to what’s best for children and our communities, and the dedication of our principals, teachers and staff, our Catholic schools have been able to provide in-person instruction for the past two years. We’re honored that you entrust the education of your children to us.

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  • SPS 2021-2022 iReady Test Scores

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