20 21 School Year Covid-19 Update

2020-2021 School Year Updates
Posted on 02/10/2021

February 10, 2021

Monmouth-Roseville CUSD #238 and the Board of Education are announcing changes to student instruction for Spring 2021.

Beginning March 1, 2021 and continuing until March 31, in-person students will attend 5 days per week with a 12:30 p.m. dismissal for ALL K-12th grade students. 

Beginning April 6, 2021 and continuing until the end of the school year, instruction will remain 5 days per week with a 2:00 p.m. dismissal for PreK* - 12th grade students. (*more PreK information will be coming soon)

Parents may still choose remote instruction for their students. 

Parents and guardians, please log into TylerSIS 360 to confirm your student’s instruction plan by Monday, February 15, 2021. If you have any questions, please contact your student’s school.

Things to note:

Students are required to bring their daily self certification forms prior to entering the building.

Quarantining could increase significantly. A quarantine will occur when any person within six feet to a suspected case for more than 15 minutes during a 24 hour period.

Each building has planned to create an outdoor lunchroom when the weather cooperates. Please dress your student appropriately for the weather conditions.

Social distancing will be implemented when possible but expect some situations when it is not possible to socially distance six feet in classrooms, buses and the cafeteria.

Teachers will be available in the afternoon to provide support for all students.

Mask wearing is mandatory on school property.

If a parent knowingly sends a child to school with COVID-like symptoms, and/or a household member received a positive result within the last 14 days, and/or a household member is showing any signs of COVID, the school administration reserves the right to place each child at the residence into Remote Learning for the remainder of the school year and remove the student from any extra curricular activity.

December 1, 2020
Parents and Guardians please check your TylerSIS 360 parent portal.
There are forms we need you to complete including one regarding 3rd Quarter Hybrid or Remote Learning preferences! 

Monmouth-Roseville CUSD #238 and the Board of Education have announced that January 5 - 15 will be Remote Learning for ALL students and beginning January 19 all K-12th graders will return to the Hybrid schedule for the 3rd quarter with an additional A day or B day on alternating Wednesdays. Per state and local guidelines parents/guardians may choose whether to send their student to school during the pandemic.

PLEASE NOTE: If we DO NOT receive a response from you your student's learning plan WILL NOT CHANGE. For example, if you end the 2nd quarter in Remote Learning, you will return as a Remote Learner UNLESS YOU COMPLETE THE e-FORM to change to a HYBRID schedule.

Log in today! Questions? Contact the school your student attends or email student360@mr238.org (CLICK TO GO TO TYLERSIS)

November 12, 2020

At the Tuesday, November 10, 2020 Board of Education meeting the decision was made that the first two weeks of the 3rd Quarter will be Remote Learning Days. The Hybrid schedule will resume with Group A on Tuesday, January 19, 2021.

Parents and guardians, you will have an opportunity following the Thanksgiving break to notify your student's school if you want to change your Hybrid of Remote schedule for the 3rd quarter. Look for that information in the near future. 

Finally, we are monitoring the local COVID-19 data and working closely with the Warren County Health Department in these challenging times. If there are any changes to these plans, we will notify you promptly.

Edward D. Fletcher
Superintendent of Schools

  • Monday, December 21 through Friday, January 1 -Winter Break No school
  • Monday, January 4 - Teacher Institute No school for students
  • Tuesday, January 5 - School resumes 3rd Quarter – Remote Learning until January 15, 2020
  • Monday, January 18 - Observance of Martin Luther King Junior’s Birthday - No school
  • Tuesday, January 19, 2020 – Group A return to Hybrid Schedule

October 19, 2020

At the October 6, 2020 Board of Education meeting, the Board voted for students to return to the buildings in a Hybrid Schedule beginning October 26, 2020.

Students are divided into 3 groups: Group A, Group B or Remote Learners.

Beginning October 26 Group A students will be in attendance in their building on Mondays and Tuesdays while Group B and Remote Learners will log into classes remotely.

On Wednesdays ALL students will log in remotely.

On Thursdays and Fridays Group B students will be in attendance at their building while Group A and Remote Learners log in remotely.

If you have any questions about the M-R Hybrid Plan contact your student's school.


July 31, 2020

Click to read an update from Superintendent Fletcher following the Board's meeting regarding Remote Learning for the 2020 fall semester. (CLICK TO READ)

July 17, 2020

Click to read an update from Superintendent Fletcher after July’s Board meeting 

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June 24, 2020

Click to read a pdf version

Dear Staff and Community at Monmouth Roseville CUSD #238,

I hope this message finds you and your families safe and well. Yesterday, the Illinois State Board of Education released guidance for schools on the 2020-21 school year. 

This 60-page document has been much anticipated and will go a long way toward answering critical questions all of us share about what the 2020-21 school year will look like in terms of in-person learning, scheduling, transportation, wearing masks, social distancing and other measures intended to keep everyone safe and healthy, while also re-engaging students in the learning process.  

Right now, we don’t have all the answers to those questions as this document was released to school districts at the same time it was released to the public. Therefore, we kindly ask for your patience as our staff thoroughly reviews this detailed guidance and implements the suggestions into our district’s own transition plan.

The Monmouth-Roseville School District is keenly aware of the urgent need to communicate to families about what to expect next school year and anticipate releasing our own transition plan in the next few weeks.  

As you may know, our district formed a transition team earlier this month and has already been discussing options. This guidance will accelerate those conversations, and I’m confident our district can put forth a plan that prioritizes the health and safety of our students while maintaining a dynamic learning environment. 

Thank you again for your patience, understanding, and flexibility as our entire district navigated a situation together that none of us could have imagined. 

I will be in touch soon. In the meantime, stay safe and enjoy your summer.


Edward D. Fletcher


Edward D. Fletcher

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