Good morning! We are excited to begin the 2021-2022 school year! PowerSchool Registration for RETURNING and NEW students is now open. Please follow this link: https://www.herrinschools.org/o/cusd-4/page/registration-2021-2022--5 Returning students with valid parent emails on file received a "SnapCode" email this morning. If you did not, please contact your child's school or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Mandatory district-wide in-person registration will be held 1:00-7:00 PM, Tuesday, August 3, 8:30-2:30 PM, Wednesday, August 4, and 8:30-2:30 PM, Thursday, August 5. This is in addition to the online portion. Again, we are looking forward to an awesome school year and welcoming all students back in-person. Please reach out to your child's school with any questions.
It appears that yesterday’s post about the next school year caused some confusion. I hope to clarify what was stated. Registration for the next school year will be in-person at Herrin High School from August 3-5 for all schools. School will be in session full time 5 days a week. We will be operating on the same hours we had before the pandemic. All students will be expected to be back to in-person learning. Remote learning will only be an option for students who have been diagnosed with COVID 19, or have been exposed to COVID 19 and have not been vaccinated. Under these two circumstances, the students will learn remotely for 10-14 days, then they will return to school after the quarantine. If a student is exposed to COVID 19, and has been vaccinated, they will not need to quarantine. Students aged 12 and above have the option to be vaccinated. It is not mandatory to have your child vaccinated. If you want your child age 12 and above to be vaccinated, you can register online at https://COVID vaccination.dph.Illinois.gov The vaccinations are being given at the Williamson County Pavilion.
We have just completed a very challenging school year and we are already planning for the 2021/2022 school year. We will be starting school on August 11th. We will be starting school full time five days a week. There will be no remote option next year. The only students who will be learning remotely will be students who have not been vaccinated and have been exposed to COVID 19. I encourage parents to have their children, age 12 and above, vaccinated at their earliest convenience. Bi-county health is providing the vaccine at the Williamson Pavilion.
Good afternoon! The weather has caused a minor delay with this evening’s high school graduation ceremony. We are moving the ceremony to 7:00 PM at the Herrin Tiger Football Field. Please bring a towel. We ask graduates to arrive at 6:15 PM and line up by the home locker room. We appreciate your patience. Thank you!
Bi-county health department is scheduling COVID 19 vaccinations for students 12 years and older. Vaccination clinics will be at the Williamson County Pavilion on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. You can schedule online at https://covidvaccination.dph.Illinois.gov
Thursday, May 6th has been designated as a Remote Planning Day. Teachers and staff will report to work. Students will not have school. No lessons or assignments will be given on the 6th.
A Pre-K student at NSPC tested positive yesterday for COVID 19. All close contacts have been identified, notified and quarantined.
A student at HHS tested positive for COVID 19 today. All close contacts have been identified, notified and quarantined.
A student at Herrin Junior High School tested positive for COVID 19 today. The student has not been in school for some time so no additional individuals needed to be quarantined.
Due to exposure to the High School Varsity and Freshman Football teams to COVID 19, the game for this Friday with Carterville has been cancelled and the remaining Fr/So season has been cancelled. We are hoping to play the Varsity Football game next weekend against Benton.
Two siblings from HHS tested positive for COVID 19 yesterday. Close contacts have been identified, notified and quarantined.
A student at NSPC tested positive for COVID 19 today. All close contacts have been identified, notified and contacted.
A student at HJHS tested positive for COVID 19 yesterday. All known contacts have been identified, notified and quarantined.
Due to the condition of secondary and country roads, Herrin CUSD #4 will be utilizing an E-Learning day for Thursday, February 18th. Lunches can be picked up from the high school’s main south entrance between 10:00 and 10:30 tomorrow. Students will be receiving double lunches. One lunch for Thursday and one for Friday. Friday will be a normal remote Friday.
Due to road conditions and the possibility of more snow, Herrin CUSD #4 will be utilizing another E-Learning day on Wednesday, February 17th. We will not be handing out lunches on Wednesday as we handed out double lunches on Tuesday.
Due to the winter storm, Tuesday, February 16th will be an E-Learning day. All students will learn remotely from home. Lunches can be picked up at the high school’s main south entrance between 10:00 and 10:30 tomorrow morning.
Friday will be a normal Remote Friday for all students.
NSPC is in need of extra clothing for children in case of accidents. New packages of underwear-sizes 4-8 Elastic waisted pants sizes 4-8
Students and parents can pick up two lunches on Friday. We will only be distributing lunches from the High school. Lunches will be distributed from the main south entrance to the high school just as they were on Thursday between 10:00 and 10:30.
Friday, February 12th will be a regular remote Friday for all students in Herrin CUSD #4.