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Hello Carman Buckner Parents: 

On Tuesday and Wednesday, next week, April 7 and April 8 between 8:00 AM and 12:00 Noon, we will be distributing School laptops to parents of students in grades 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, who have access to the internet or can utilize community internet so that their children can use technology at home for remote learning. Parents should drive-up into the Carman Buckner Parking Lot on Tuesday or Wednesday, April 7 or April 8 between 8:00 AM and 12:00 Noon. Parents must be present to sign off on student laptops loan use forms. Next week, your child's classroom teacher will be getting in contact with your child by phone and will be checking in with your child daily. If you do not have internet access we will arrange to have new remote learning packets mailed to your home. Pre-K and K students will be receiving paper packets by mail.  Thank you. 

Hola Padres de Carman Buckner: 

El martes y miércoles, la próxima semana, 7 de abril y 8 de abril entre las 8:00 a.m. y las 12:00 del mediodía, distribuiremos las computadoras portátiles de la escuela a los padres de estudiantes en los grados 1, 2, 3, 4 y 5, que tienen acceso a internet o pueden utilizar internet comunitario para que sus hijos puedan usar la tecnología en casa para el aprendizaje remoto. Los padres deben conducir hasta el estacionamiento de Carman Buckner el martes o miércoles 7 de abril u 8 de abril entre las 8:00 a.m. y las 12:00 del mediodía. Los padres deben estar presentes para firmar en los formularios de uso de préstamos para computadoras portátiles de los estudiantes. La próxima semana, el maestro de clase de su hijo se pondrá en contacto con su hijo por teléfono y lo consultará diariamente. Si no tiene acceso a Internet, haremos los arreglos para que se envíen por correo nuevos paquetes de aprendizaje remoto a su hogar. Los estudiantes de Pre-K y K recibirán paquetes de papel por correo. Gracias.

District News

Changes to District 60 Student Appearance Policy
Changes to District 60 Student Appearance Policy
30 May 2020
Stakeholders will find two major changes in the revisions. First, the approved policy updates the general dress appearance language as recommended by our Parent Teacher Advisory Committee. Secondly, the revisions eliminate the uniform color combinations, or “uniforms” most elementary and middle school students in Waukegan are required to wear to school. Effective next school year, students in prek- grade 8 will no longer be required to wear specific color combinations to school. Students will still be required to follow standard codes of appearance, which are outlined in the policy.
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