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    U46 Self Certify Graphic Before entering a U-46 building, students and staff must self certify daily through this form that they do not have a fever or any of the symptoms associated with COVID-19. It's quick, just three questions! Find more info here, including directions for how to add the form to your mobile phone's home screen.  

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  • t            VISITORS TO OUR SCHOOL             

    Visitors to our school are currently by appointment only. 
    Please make an appointment by calling 630-213-5535
     

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  • t SECOND SEMESTER SCHEDULE

    4th quarter (starts 4/7):

    Distance Learning students will remain in this model and schedules will align to their traditional bell schedules (9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.) On-screen learning time may or may not occupy the duration of the school day for students in Distance Learning. Screen time will vary and aim to be developmentally appropriate for all grade levels. 

    Hybrid Model students will shift to their regular schedule with 100 percent in-person instruction, with no A/B group division.  In-person students will attend Monday through Friday using our regular schedules (9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.), and will attend all periods each day. 


    Calendar Changes - Monday, March 22 will now be a non-student attendance day; no instruction will be provided online or in person. Friday, April 23 will now be a student attendance day. Monday, April 5 remains the Spring Holiday.  Tuesday, April 6, is an election day and, as some of our sites are used as polling places, the entire district will be remote that day and utilize the current Monday online, synchronous schedule.  

     

     

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  • t SHS FRESHMAN CONNECTION

    Attention Tefft 8th graders who will attend Streamwood Highschool next year:

     shs span SHS

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  • t TEFFT INTRAMURALS

    Register by filling out this form(click link)

     

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  • t STUDENT COUNCIL

    Hey Tefft Trojans!  See what your student council has planned for you and checkout our newsletter for some great entertainment!  Visit our Student Council Webpage!  (you can also access it from the student tab!)

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  • t ATTENDANCE

    It is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to call the attendance office within 24 hrs of any absence and verify the reason for absence. Please call 630-213-5535 ext. 5540

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  • t CANVAS SUPPORT & INSTRUCTIONS
    for Students & Parents

    How-to videos that explain how parents can monitor student accounts, and how students can access Canvas.
    https://www.u-46.org/Page/16695

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  • t CHROMEBOOK SUPPORT 

    Parents whose student needs a Chromebook repair, can call the main office to make an appointment to bring in the Chromebook and get a replacement. 630-213-5535

    If parents need to help their child reset their password,  please follow these instructions.

    Otherwise, send your password reset request to passwordresetonly@u-46.org, and dedicated Information Services personnel will address it promptly.

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    DRESS FOR SUCCESS EXPECTATIONS

    Although students are not required to wear a uniform at TEFFT, we follow our dress for success expectations.  Students engage in virtual meetings where they participate collectively with others and should choose clothing that makes them feel comfortable and safe, as long as it complies with the following guidelines: 

    1.Does not depict any violence, hatred, drugs, alcohol, gang affiliation, profanity, phobic language, or cruelty of any kind

    2.Covers all appropriate areas at all times. These areas include: stomach, chest and sides (both male and female) and buttocks/pelvic/upper thigh areas.

    3.Items such as tank tops, sleeveless shirts, any type of shorts, coats, jackets, etc. are all allowed provided they adhere to #2 of this section. (Low backs are not a problem)

    4.Jewelry is allowed, unless it becomes a safety concern.

    5.Hats, hoods, and other types of head coverings are not allowed unless required for religious or medical purposes.

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