Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, school district's across the state of Illinois have been asked to conduct summer school online for the summer of 2020. District 155 leaders have identified essential courses.
Students will be expected to be engaged with their online work and activities for the duration of online summer school. Course-specific information will be shared with students that are enrolled in each course. With these classes being offered online, students will be expected to engage daily. Failure to do so will result in the student being dropped from the class with no refund.
The following summer school courses will be offered online this summer:
***Please note: Only students enrolled in summer school prior April 30 are eligible to take summer school online for the courses listed above.***
Registration for the 2020-2021 school year is now open. It’s important to follow the three-step process to complete registration to ensure a faster process. Please note, student information can be completed without payment.
If you are new to the district, please contact the Student Services office of the school your child should attend.
For further registration information, please visit the Registration webpage.
Congratulations seniors, we are so proud of you as you reach the end of your high school career! We are disappointed you didn’t have the same opportunities as every class before you to participate in end of the year activities and celebrations. In many ways, the school year feels as if it ended abruptly, and we owe it to you, to recognize your accomplishments at Haber Oaks Campus.
Devon Hubbard Tessmer, a 2001 Crystal Lake Central graduate, has co-founded Project Front Line McHenry County, a grassroots coronavirus relief effort with a mission to aid local restaurants and give back to workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 response. Tessmer and a committee of four other community members have raised nearly $45,000 towards the cause.
Art students across district 155 have partnered with Project Front Line, a grassroots coronavirus relief effort, to design thank you notes for front line workers across McHenry County during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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