News & Announcements

Staff Parent Letter Regarding Mask March 18th, 2022

As you are aware, both the CDC and Governor Pritzker have relaxed mask mandates effective Monday, February 28,
2022.
Additionally, Governor Pritzker has
lifted the mask mandate in schools. Although the mandate is lifted, local
school districts can continu
e to require masks.

e-Learning Day tomorrow, Thursday, February 17, 2022

Hello Families and Staff,

In our continued efforts to prioritize the health and safety of our school community, we have closely monitored the weather forecast and the winter storm for our area and have decided that ECHO Joint Agreement will conduct an e-Learning Day tomorrow, Thursday, February 17, 2022. Parent/Teacher Conference will be held virtually in the evening.

Continued Enforcement of COVID-19 Mandates

ECHO will maintain its COVID-19 mitigation measures and protocols. Therefore, there will be no changes in ECHO’s requirements next week. We will continue to require masking for everyone while indoors at school and while on school transportation, and follow our current practice for exclusion of individuals who are close contacts.

e-Learning Day Extended 2/3/2022

In our continued efforts to prioritize the health and safety of our school community, we have closely monitored the weather forecast and the winter storm for our area and have decided that ECHO Joint Agreement will conduct an e-Learning Day tomorrow, Thursday, February 3, 2022.

E-Learning Day 2-2-2022

In our continued efforts to prioritize the health and safety of our school community, we have been closely monitoring the predicted weather forecast of a winter storm warning with heavy snow for our area. We have decided that ECHO Joint Agreement will conduct an eLearning Day tomorrow, Wednesday, February 2, 2022. Please see the attached letter.

COVID 19 Update Letter

As we have returned to school this week, we have all been watching COVID-19 cases rise with
the Omicron variant. As you may know, children and young adults carry the virus at much
higher rates than other groups, meaning even though they don’t often get severely sick, they
can bring the virus home and infect vulnerable family members who are at risk of severe
disease.

Winter Break Welcome Back Letter

I hope you and your family had a restful winter break. We are looking forward to welcoming our
students back to school tomorrow, January 4 to begin the second half of our school year.

TikTok challenge response

I am writing to inform you and not to alarm you. ECHO Joint Agreement has been made aware of a circulating TikTok post with a nationwide “school shooting and bomb threats for every school in the USA even elementary” that will supposedly take place on Friday, Dec. 17, 2021
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