COVID-19 Resources, Plans & Metrics

The continued health and safety of the entire District 123 learning community remains our top priority. This page will provide a collection of Resources, Plans, and Metrics to the District 123 community has we continue to navigate this global pandemic.

Beginning on Tuesday, January 19, 2021 all District 123 hybrid students will return to in-person alternating day learning.

  • In-person instruction will begin on Tuesday, January 19, 2021 with Hybrid Group A, and follow the Trimester 2 Hybrid A/B Calendar throughout the 2nd Trimester.
  • Hybrid Group B students will receive an email from their teachers with school work to complete at home on Tuesday, January 19th. Hybrid Group B students will return to in-person instruction on Wednesday, January 20th.
  • Families who have opted into full remote instruction for Trimester 2, will remain in that program with their current remote teacher.
  • All COVID-19 procedures and protocols established by the IDPH will remain the same.
  • Transportation will not change. All bus routes, pick-up, and drop-off times will remain the same beginning on January 19, 2021.
  • Meal distribution for students in-person will continue at each of our schools every day.
  • All District 123 students (Hybrid or Remote) have access to free breakfast and lunch for the remainder of the school year.



The District 123 school community has been fully immersed in reopening collaborations and planning since May 2020. At the July 21, 2020 District 123 Committee of the Whole Meeting, administration presented the “Together Again – Return to School Plan” to the Board of Education. The plan offers the students, staff, and families of District 123 the safest and most effective in-person re-entry to the 2020-2021 school year and has incorporated the entire community’s voice as a foundational element. The primary goals of the plan are to maintain:

1. The health and safety of all students and staff
2. A “slow and smart” approach for the return of all students
3. Contingencies for various shifts in the public health landscape
4. Flexibility based on guidance from the Illinois State Board of Education, Illinois Department of Public Health and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention
5. Multiple instructional options to all District 123 families

Any questions or concerns can be sent to

Additionally, Superintendent Dr. Paul Enderle shared the plan with the community on July 22, 2020 during the Facebook “Lunchtime Live.” The recording of the presentation can be found below.

D123 Community Update for July 22, 2020

Posted by Oak Lawn-Hometown District 123 on Wednesday, July 22, 2020