This week we took another step toward “normal” by increasing the amount of daily instructional time for K-8 students. We also enhanced our protocols for families impacted by COVID by offering students who need to quarantine or isolate an opportunity to connect with a dedicated online teacher. In addition, Willow Creek Church stepped up to help families in need by offering a free support program for remote learning students (check your school newsletters for details). While COVID remains a concern in communities everywhere, I’m proud of District 47 and the Crystal Lake community for continuing to think “outside the box” in finding ways to meet the needs of our students and families during these unprecedented times and am encouraged by the continued rollout of the vaccine in McHenry county. See details about the vaccine rollout below.
COVID-19 vaccine availability for individuals 16+ years of age
Starting Monday, April 12, every Illinois resident age 16 and older is eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Vaccinations are by appointment only. See the MCDH vaccine locator page for more information and links to sites where you can register.
Anyone without internet service or needs assistance completing registration forms at retail pharmacies can call the Illinois COVID-19 Vaccine Call Center at 833-621-1284, daily from 6 a.m. to midnight.
Families without Internet access or who need translation services to arrange an appointment at an MCDH clinic can contact the MCDH Call Center at 815-334-4045, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.