Oglesby will host Summer Remote Learning for students in grades Kindergarten-8th grade. This program is for students not recommended to participate in CPS Summer Learning. The program will be virtual. Students will need technology and wifi access. Students who participate will be provided a computer if they do not have one. The program will run from July 13-July 31st. The program is designed to continue to support students in reading and mathematics.
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Chicago Connected is a groundbreaking program that will provide free high-speed internet service to approximately 100,000 Chicago Public Schools (CPS) students. This first-of-its-kind program will be one of the largest and longest-term efforts by any city to provide free, high-speed internet over the course of four years to increase internet access for students. According to Census data, an estimated 100,000 students lack access to high-speed internet in Chicago. In order to narrow the digital divide for CPS families, Chicago Connected will provide up to four years of high-speed internet for CPS families who are most in need. Students who are eligible for the program and are planning to enroll in summer school in 2020 will be prioritized as the program rolls out in the coming weeks. ‘Chicago Connected’ will begin notifying eligible families beginning Monday, June 29, 2020 with the goal of connecting as many of the 100,000 students as possible prior to the 2020-21 school year.