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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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    Second Semester Hybrid Schedule (starts 1/19):

    Starting on January 19th, the second semester hybrid schedule starts. Students will be in hybrid groups A or B OR in distance learning group C.

    Our secondary Hybrid Models feature a combination of in-person instruction and distance learning, resulting in a minimum of 130 minutes synchronous or “live” online or in-person instruction per period each week along with a similar amount of asynchronous learning periods when students will work on teacher-guided assignments and have opportunities to get academic or social-emotional support. Students who have elected to participate in hybrid learning will attend school in-person two days per week. 

    Click to view Hybrid Learning Middle School Sample Schedule - Los horarios en español se encuentran al final de este mensaje


    U-46 is implementing some shifts in the Pre-K-12 Hybrid schedule for the second semester during a handful of weeks to adjust for weeks when a student non-attendance day falls on a Friday. We are making these shifts in order to ensure equal in-person instruction for students who are in both the “A” and “B” hybrid groups.  

    During these specific weeks, the Hybrid "A" students will attend on Monday (usually a Distance Learning Day) and Tuesday and "B" students will attend on Wednesday and Thursday. 

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    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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    To pick up their meals, families will need to show a unique household barcode sent in email OR students full name. The barcode can be printed at home, saved on a mobile phone, or printed at the food site. The meals can be picked up by the parent, a sitter, relative or neighbor as long as the barcode/student name is provided.  Service is Monday thru Friday from 7:00am until 10:30am.  Locations listed below.  Meals can be picked up at any location, does not have to be your assigned school, allowing families to pick up for all students at one location.

    The meals will be available to all U-46 students, who will pay on a sliding scale. Those who qualify for free meals when school is in session will receive the meals for free, while those who qualify for reduced meals might pay 30 cents for a breakfast, for instance. 
    For a complete schedule and listing of our meal sites, visit the Food Distribution section of our COVID-19 website, or call Food & Nutrition Services 847-888-5000 ext. 5036 or 5400.


    Para recoger sus comidas, las familias deberán mostrar el código de barras único del hogar enviado por correo electrónico O el nombre completo del estudiante. El código de barras se puede imprimir en casa, guardar en un teléfono móvil o imprimir en el sitio de alimentos. Los padres, un cuidador, pariente o vecino pueden recoger las comidas siempre que se proporcione el código de barras / nombre del estudiante. El servicio es de lunes a viernes de 7:00 a.m. a 10:30 a.m. En las ubicaciones listadas a continuación. Las comidas se pueden recoger en cualquier locación, no tiene que ser su escuela asignada, lo que permite a las familias recoger para todos los estudiantes en un solo lugar.

    Las comidas estarán disponibles para todos los estudiantes U-46, quienes pagarán en una escala diferente. Por ejemplo, aquellos que califiquen para comidas gratis cuando la escuela esté en sesión recibirán las comidas gratis, mientras que aquellos que califiquen para comidas reducidas podrían pagar 30 centavos por un desayuno.

    Para obtener un horario completo y una lista de nuestros sitios de comidas, visite la sección Distribución de alimentos de nuestro sitio web COVID-19, o llame a Servicios de Alimentos y Nutrición al 847-888-5000 ext. 5036 o 5400

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    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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    for Students & Parents

    How-to videos that explain how parents can monitor student accounts, and how students can access Canvas.

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    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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    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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