As posted in the regular schedule for the year, the monthly Regular Meeting of the Frankfort CUSD #168 Board of Education will be held on Monday, February 28, 2022, at 6 p.m. in the Library at Central Junior High School, located at 1600 East Ninth Street in West Frankfort. The agenda can be found at the district’s website at www.wfschools.org. The agenda can also be found at this link: https://5il.co/16am8.
7 months ago, Matt Donkin
With the current weather conditions as we approach 9 p.m. on Thursday evening and the continuing chance of freezing, particular between 4 and 9 tomorrow morning not only on roads but also on sidewalks and parking lots for our students who walk to school or a bus stop or ride bikes each day, we have the following announcement. There will be NO School for students in District #168 tomorrow, Friday, February 25, 2022. That means there will be no student instruction for students at Denning Elementary, Frankfort Intermediate, Central Junior High, or Frankfort Community High School tomorrow, Friday. Until we return on Monday, please be safe.
7 months ago, Matt Donkin
Due to the winter weather conditions we currently observe and expect to see overnight, there will be NO School for students in District #168 tomorrow, Thursday, February 24, 2022. That means there will be no student instruction for students at Denning Elementary, Frankfort Intermediate, Central Junior High, or Frankfort Community High School tomorrow. Until then, please be safe.
8 months ago, Matt Donkin
The District’s COVID-related numbers by the end of the day on Tuesday, February 22, 2022, included one student reporting positive COVID results with three being quarantined. The District also had one staff members reporting positive results with no others under being quarantined.
8 months ago, Matt Donkin
The District’s COVID-related numbers by the end of the day on Friday, February 18, 2022, included one student reporting positive COVID results with two being quarantined. The District also had zero staff members reporting positive results with no others under being quarantined.
8 months ago, Matt Donkin
The District’s COVID-related numbers by the end of the day on Thursday, February 17, 2022, included one student reporting positive COVID results with two being quarantined. The District also had zero staff members reporting positive results with no others under being quarantined.
8 months ago, Matt Donkin
The District’s COVID-related numbers by the end of the day on Wednesday, February 16, 2022, included one student reporting positive COVID results with three being quarantined. The District also had zero staff members reporting positive results with no others under being quarantined.
8 months ago, Matt Donkin
The District’s COVID-related numbers by the end of the day on Tuesday, February 15, 2022, included one student reporting positive COVID results with four being quarantined. The District also had zero staff members reporting positive results with no others under being quarantined.
8 months ago, Matt Donkin
The District’s COVID-related numbers by the end of the day on Monday, February 14, 2022, included no students reporting positive COVID results with one being quarantined. The District also had zero staff members reporting positive results with no others under being quarantined.
8 months ago, Matt Donkin
The District’s COVID-related numbers by the end of the day on Friday, February 11, 2022, included two students reporting positive COVID results with four being quarantined. The District also had zero staff members reporting positive results with no others under being quarantined.
8 months ago, Matt Donkin
The District’s COVID-related numbers by the end of the day on Thursday, February 10, 2022, included zero students reporting positive COVID results with seven being quarantined. The District also had zero staff members reporting positive results with no others under being quarantined.
8 months ago, Matt Donkin
The District’s COVID-related numbers by the end of the day on Wednesday, February 9, 2022, included zero students reporting positive COVID results with twelve being quarantined. The District also had zero staff members reporting positive results with no others under being quarantined.
8 months ago, Matt Donkin
The District’s COVID-related numbers by the end of the day on Tuesday, February 8, 2022, included zero students reporting positive COVID results with nine being quarantined. The District also had zero staff members reporting positive results with no others under being quarantined.
8 months ago, Matt Donkin
As the District continues to update its procedures while awaiting any further action on court cases in the State, we will continue to lean on guidance from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) as part of our continued mitigation efforts. With that, this message will update protocols dealing with close contacts and positive cases. When we learn of positive cases, District staff will continue to identify close contacts. If we learn of any, we will let the student and their parent or guardian know so they can make an informed decision. If the student is displaying symptoms of COVID, we will ask them to go home, just as we would in any illness situation. If they are not showing symptoms, the close contact may remain at school while they monitor their symptoms. Teachers will be informed when they have a positive case in their classroom. If a student or any personnel reports themselves as COVID-positive, either with symptoms or without, they would be excluded from school for a minimum of five days. If they have been fever-free for 24 hours and are not showing any other symptoms, they may return to school on the sixth day after either testing or displaying symptoms as long as they properly wear a face covering on days six through ten. To assist in preventing the spread of illness, the District will continue to offer COVID testing at school. Parents and guardians may request a test for their student if they have a concern about their health status. As we have said before, if the situation changes, we will update you. Thanks for helping our students stay safe as we continue in-person learning.
8 months ago, Matt Donkin
Please see the update regarding mandates from the State of Illinois at https://5il.co/158fx.
8 months ago, Matt Donkin
There will be NO School for students in District #168 tomorrow, Friday, February 4, 2022. That means there will be no student instruction for students at Denning Elementary, Frankfort Intermediate, Central Junior High, or Frankfort Community High School tomorrow on Friday. Parents should be aware that Monday will be Parent-Teacher Conferences from 1 pm. to 6 p.m. We will welcome our students back on Tuesday. Please be safe in these weather conditions.
8 months ago, Matt Donkin
The District’s COVID-related numbers by the end of the day on Wednesday, February 2, 2022, included sixteen students reporting positive COVID results with twenty-eight under exclusion and none choosing the "test-to-stay" option. The District also had five staff members reporting positive results with no others under exclusion and none choosing the "test-to-stay" option.
8 months ago, Matt Donkin
Due to the winter weather conditions we currently observe and expect to see overnight, there will be NO School for students in District #168 tomorrow, Thursday, February 3, 2022. That means there will be no student instruction for students at Denning Elementary, Frankfort Intermediate, Central Junior High, or Frankfort Community High School tomorrow. Our next update will be no later than 6 p.m. tomorrow night. Until then, please be safe.
8 months ago, Matt Donkin
Please see the Note from the Superintendent in the News Feed or by clicking on this link: https://5il.co/153kz
8 months ago, Matt Donkin
The District’s COVID-related numbers by the end of the day on Tuesday, February 1, 2022, included twenty students reporting positive COVID results with thirty-six under exclusion and none choosing the "test-to-stay" option. The District also had five staff members reporting positive results with no others under exclusion and none choosing the "test-to-stay" option.
8 months ago, Matt Donkin