Student Attendance and Expectations

  • Attendance and participation is REQUIRED.
  • Students must sign-in on the Google attendance form using their school Gmail account each day of e-learning by 8:00 a.m.
  • Students are expected to attend every class, every period.
  • If a student fails to check in with three or more teachers, parents will receive an attendance call the next day. 
  • If a student is ill, the parent should notify the attendance office by email at  and copy the Dean at
  • If you have a disruption in internet service, notify the attendance office at and the Director of Technology at If you cannot access your email, call the attendance office at 773-278-4212 and leave a message.

Tips for e-learning success:

  • Carve out a workspace that is free of distractions.
  • Set some routine work times, focusing on the most challenging subjects when you are at your best.
  • Don’t be afraid to reach out to teachers with questions.   
  • If you are given the opportunity, join a conversation or class discussion.
  • Finally, watch deadlines for individual assignments so that you don’t fall behind.

Support Services

  1. Teachers and counselors remain actively engaged with students and continue to be available electronically for student questions and help from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.   
  2. United Stand and Youth Outreach Services are continuing to stay in touch with students they have been working with throughout the year.
  3. Resource Learning Center (RLC) – Ms. Wallace is available for tutoring and assistance upon request and during posted hours.  Ms. Adekoya is available to help students in Strategies classes and students who continue to working on credit recovery
  4. Any student with technology needs, difficulty with internet access, or who needs to access materials from the building should contact the Director of Technology at to make arrangements to do so.
  5. Students with any social or emotional needs should contact our counselors at or