Category: COVID-19

Huntley 158 Schools to Shift to Remote Learning Beginning October 26

Beginning October 26, 2020, Huntley 158 will do an adaptive pause from Hybrid Learning and shift to Remote Learning for all schools through at least November 6. The shift is being made in accordance with recommendations from the McHenry County Department of Health (MCDH) as key COVID-19 public health metrics in the county and region have risen above the upper threshold of recommended ranges for Hybrid Learning. read more

Message to Families September 4, 2020

Huntley 158 families, We have been encouraged by much of the feedback we have received from families, with many reports of students thriving in the remote learning environment, and many reports of others who are successfully managing our difficult situation. … read more

Update to Families May 22, 2020

Huntley 158 families, We’ve officially reached the last day of school! While there are likely many breathing a sigh of relief that the demands of educating our students are taking a much-needed break, I am acutely aware that there are … read more

Update to Families May 15, 2020

Huntley 158 families, This is a time of both gratitude and sadness for many of us. Under normal circumstances, tomorrow evening we would be celebrating our graduates with a ceremony that they have envisioned for years, and that they have … read more

Update to Families May 1, 2020

Huntley 158 families, Please see the important updates below! End of School Year New remote learning instruction will continue through May 14. That will be the last date on which new, graded assignments will be posted. The remainder of the … read more

Update to Families: April 9, 2020

Huntley 158 families, Please remember that tomorrow, Friday, April 10 remains a day of non-attendance, and our scheduled April 24 Institute Day will remain devoted to staff professional development activities. No new e-Learning assignments will be pushed out on either … read more

Update to Families April 3, 2020

Huntley 158 families, We have completed another week on our e-Learning journey. Earlier this week I shared with District staff how proud I am of our entire team, who continue to step up in creative and ingenious ways for our … read more

Update to Families: March 27, 2020

While we continue to await guidance from the State on many topics, we, along with all schools in Illinois, will remain closed for face-to-face instruction through at least April 7. We will continue to use e-Learning to keep learning forward on these dates. read more

Update to Families: March 25, 2020

As announced by Governor Pritzker before we “departed” for break, all schools in Illinois will remain closed for face-to-face instruction through at least April 7. In Huntley 158, we will continue to use e-Learning to keep learning forward on these dates. read more

Update to Families March 19, 2020

Huntley 158 families, As we continue our e-Learning journey, we are expanding the tools available to staff and students to help enrich the learning experience. We’re looking to continue our successes, shore up any missing pieces, and serve our students … read more

Update to Families March 18, 2020

Huntley 158 families, We are through Day 3 of our unexpected e-Learning journey, and while there has been much to celebrate, many of us are also starting to adjust to the idea that this is, potentially, our new normal. I’ve … read more

Update to Families March 17, 2020

Huntley 158 families, We are very pleased with much of the positive feedback we have received from students, staff, and families as we continue on our e-Learning journey. Many of our schools have been sharing on social media examples of … read more

Update to Families March 16, 2020

As previously communicated, we will use e-Learning days and cancel all extracurricular activities for our announced closure period of March 16-20. This will extend at least through the Monday after Spring Break, March 30, as mandated by the State. We are awaiting guidance from the State on potential further closures, but we strongly encourage families to plan for potential closures far into the future.  read more