Protecting Our Community

  • Keeping student and staff health and safety a highest priority, Woodridge School District 68 is excited to have students back in the classroom for the 2021-22 school year. The school district follows the guidance of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH), DuPage County Health Department (DCHD), and Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE). These pages provide an overview and are subject to change based on evolving scientific research and changing health department guidelines.

     

    It is important that families do their part to reinforce these behaviors at home and protect the school community. Do not send your child to school if sick, displaying symptoms, or exposed to COVID-19. An ill student at school no longer only involves a simple phone call home - it initiates a much more involved process and set of protocols.

     

    *WATCH FOR UPDATES AS WE PREPARE FOR THE START OF THE SCHOOL YEAR*

    This section of the Return to School website includes information on the following:

    • During the School Day
    • Buildings & Facilities
    • Prevention & Response
      • Daily Self-Certification
      • Responding to Symptoms
      • Contact Tracing
      • Return to School Protocols
    • Health Requirements
    • Guidance from Government Agencies
    • COVID-19 Case Dashboard
    • Health Resources