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UPDATED 2021 Spring Semester Outline

The initial plan for our spring semester is outlined below. Please keep in mind our plan is fluid. The latest statistics at the time this was published show ICU Availability in Knox County at the lowest point (15% on 12/18) since the pandemic began. Please continue following IDPH guidelines to help protect the most vulnerable members of our community. We will update our approach as local health conditions warrant.

Monday, January 4 - NO SCHOOL, Full Day Teacher's Institute (REMOTE)

Tuesday, January 5 - FULL REMOTE, all students attend all classes

Wednesday, January 6 - FULL REMOTE, all students attend all classes

Thursday, January 7 - FULL REMOTE, all students attend all classes

Friday, January 8 - FULL REMOTE, all students attend all classes

Monday, January 11 - FULL REMOTE, A Day

Tuesday, January 12 - FULL REMOTE, A Day

Wednesday, January 13 - FULL REMOTE, Skill Support Day

Thursday, January 14 - FULL REMOTE, B Day

Friday, January 15 - FULL REMOTE, B Day

Monday, January 18 - NO SCHOOL, MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DAY

Tuesday, January 19 - FULL REMOTE, A Day

Wednesday, January 20 - FULL REMOTE, A Day

Thursday, January 21 - FULL REMOTE, B Day

Friday, January 22 - FULL REMOTE, B Day

Monday, January 25 - FULL REMOTE, A Day

Tuesday, January 26 - FULL REMOTE, A Day

Wednesday, January 27 - FULL REMOTE, Skill Support Day

Thursday, January 28 - FULL REMOTE, B Day

Friday, January 29 - FULL REMOTE, B Day

Monday, February 1 - HYBRID, A Day

Our Hybrid Schedule will continue throughout the semester so long as local health conditions allow.

CANVAS APP Info

Click HERE for information regarding the various CANVAS mobile apps. 

Free & Reduced Lunch Info

Check the table below to see if your family qualifies for FREE or REDUCED breakfast and lunch. Families currently receiving SNAP or TANF benefits do not have to apply. Just let Pam know so we can conduct the direct certification process. Contact Pam at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 309.639.2219 for an application or more info on the program. 

2020-2021 Learning Groupings

Williamsfield Schools will deploy a hybrid learning model for the 2020-2021 school year. The hybrid model utilizes both in-person and remote learning options to help students move their skills forward while remaining in compliance with IDPH guidelines. Remember, if a student is not at school, it is not a day off. They will have remote learning opportunities to tackle at home. A few items to note:

  1. Parents may choose to switch to full remote learning at any time. 
  2. Parents may choose to switch from full remote to hybrid learning by notifying the office by 3pm on the last Monday of each month. Hybrid learning for that child will begin the following week.
  3. Students may be given the opportunity to come to school on Wednesday. It will be invitation only. Those invitations will be extended the Thursday prior. Parents will need to accept the invitation by 3pm that Friday to secure the spot.
  4. MEALS - Breakfast, snack, & lunch will be eaten in the Billtown Cafe or at limited available outside seating. We anticipate less than 40 students eating in the cafe per lunch period.
  5. REMOTE MEALS - We currently plan to deliver breakfast & lunch mid-morning of each school day to remote learners who qualify for free or reduced lunches. We hope to expand this service as the school year progresses. 
  6. QUARANTINES - Health conditions may warrant the quarantine of individual students or grade levels. If this is the case, parents will be notified and the individuals impacted will become full remote learners until it is safe to return.  
  7. BUILDING CLOSURES - Health conditions may warrant our building to close. If this is the case, parents will be notified and everyone will transition to full remote learning until it is safe to return. 
  8. BUSING - Parents will be required to symptom screen their children prior to them getting on the bus each day. A self-certification Google form will be shared at a later date. Parents will be able to quickly complete it using their phone.
  9. SYMPTOM SCREENING - Temperature checks and screenings will take place as individuals enter the building. If an individual has a temperature at or above 100.4 F, they will leave campus or await pick-up in one of two on-site isolation rooms. 
  10. FACE COVERINGS - Face masks or gaiters will be required on the bus and in the school building at all times. Face coverings will not be required outside, so long as social distancing is maintained.  

Our full RESTART PLAN can be viewed here. The Executive Summary on page 4 is a good place to reference. 

We will continue following IDPH guidelines to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission on the campus of Williamsfield Schools. Please keep in mind, we will not be able to eliminate the risk, but we will do our best to mitigate. Please feel free to contact Superintendent Tim Farquer with any questions or concerns (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 309.639.2219).

Contact Us

325 Kentucky Avenue
Williamsfield, IL, 61489
School Office: (309)-639-2216
District Office: (309)-639-2219