We were thrilled to see in-person on Monday our Group A 6-8th graders join K-5 students who chose Hybrid instructions. Then we saw in-person on Thursday our Group B students who chose Hybrid!  

All our Hybriders are Remote Learners three days a week, and almost 70% of our families continue to choose Remote Learning as best for their children. So Remote Learning continues to be very important as we shift to the Hybrid model.  
In pre-pandemic learning, Remote Learning, Hybrid learning, and post-pandemic learning, technology tools accelerate and enrich student learning but do not replace high-quality teaching and learning. Please continue to expect all our students to interact extensively via all kinds of tools. They will learn synchronously, semi-synchronously, and asynchronously with tech during Hybrid. Eventually, we’ll safely be back to full-time in-person after the pandemic ends. If you have any concerns, please reach out to me at eroche@cps.edu.

March-April Important Dates

March-April
Mon, 3/15:
-Group A Hybrid, Group B Remote Learning
-Kindergarten (in-area) registration for 2021-22
Tue, 3/16:
Group A Hybrid, Group B Remote Learning
Group A Hybrid, Group B Remote Learning
Kindergarten (in-area) registration for 2021-22
Wed, 3/17
-All K-8 students in Remote Learning
-Kindergarten (in-area) registration for 2021-22
Thu, 3/18
-Group A Remote Learning, Group B Hybrid
-Kindergarten (in-area) registration for 2021-22
Fri, 3/19
-Group A Remote Learning, Group B Hybrid
-Kindergarten (in-area) registration for 2021-22
Mon, 3/22
-Group A Hybrid, Group B Remote Learning
-Kindergarten (in-area) registration for 2021-22
Tue, 3/23
-Group A Hybrid, Group B Remote Learning
-Kindergarten (in-area) registration for 2021-22
Wed, 3/24
-All K-8 students in Remote Learning
-Kindergarten (in-area) registration for 2021-22
Thu, 3/25
-Group A Remote Learning, Group B Hybrid
-Kindergarten (in-area) registration for 2021-22
Fri, 3/26
-Group A Remote Learning, Group B Hybrid
-Kindergarten (in-area) registration for 2021-22
Mon, 3/29-Fri, Apr 2
-School closed for Spring Break
-Keep reading! Ask questions! Be curious! Stay well!
Mon, 4/5 Classes resume
The second grade artists explored the work of David Hockney and discovered how he showed movement in swimming pool paintings by making the viewer use inference and prior knowledge. They created their own movement paintings using the crayon resist method.
Zoey E Gr 2Lindsey J Gr 2.Rory J, Gr 2

Thanks for your high expectations and partnership!

Erin Roche, Principal
Amanda Malsch, Assistant Principal

https://twitter.com/PrescottCPSIn 2016 and 2019, Chicago Magazine ranked Prescott in the top 15 schools in the cityIn 2018 and 2019, Prescott was one of few schools among 700+ to be named a fully Healthy School

 Prescott School, (773) 534-5505 https://prescottparents.com/2019 National Blue Ribbon School Golden Apple Award Winner, Winner of Area 6 DRIVE Teacher Award, 7 National Board Certified Teachers, 18 Google Certified Educators

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