The District’s COVID-related numbers by the end of the day on Wednesday, January 19, 2022, included sixty-two students reporting positive COVID results with eighty-six under exclusion and fifteen choosing the "test-to-stay" option. The District also had nine staff members reporting positive results with no others under exclusion and none choosing the "test-to-stay" option.
4 months ago, Matt Donkin
The District’s COVID-related numbers by the end of the day on Tuesday, January 18, 2022, included forty-nine students reporting positive COVID results with eighty-one under exclusion and forty-five choosing the "test-to-stay" option. The District also had six staff members reporting positive results with two others under exclusion and none choosing the "test-to-stay" option.
4 months ago, Matt Donkin
The District’s COVID-related numbers by the end of the day on Friday, January 14, 2022, included forty-six students reporting positive COVID results with one-hundred-one under exclusion and thirty-three choosing the "test-to-stay" option. The District also had seven staff members reporting positive results with three others under exclusion and none choosing the "test-to-stay" option.
4 months ago, Matt Donkin
The District’s COVID-related numbers by the end of the day on Thursday, January 13, 2022, included thirty-four students reporting positive COVID results with eighty-six under exclusion and thirty-six choosing the "test-to-stay" option. The District also had six staff members reporting positive results with four others under exclusion and none choosing the "test-to-stay" option.
4 months ago, Matt Donkin
The District’s COVID-related numbers by the end of the day on Wednesday, January 12, 2022, included twenty-four students reporting positive COVID results with sixty-four under exclusion and thirty-three choosing the "test-to-stay" option. The District also had six staff members reporting positive results with five others under exclusion and none choosing the "test-to-stay" option.
4 months ago, Matt Donkin
Frankfort CUSD #168 has released updated guidance after the Illinois State Board of Education and the Illinois Department of Public Health have released updated information from the Centers for Disease Control. Please see the letter at this link: https://5il.co/1480e
4 months ago, Matt Donkin
The District’s COVID-related numbers by the end of the day on Tuesday, January 11, 2022, included twenty-one students reporting positive COVID results with sixty-four under exclusion and thirty choosing the "test-to-stay" option. The District also had three staff members reporting positive results with four others under exclusion and one choosing the "test-to-stay" option.
4 months ago, Matt Donkin
The District’s COVID-related numbers by the end of the day on Monday, January 10, 2022, included fourteen students reporting positive COVID results with fifty-five under exclusion and twenty-six choosing the "test-to-stay" option. The District also had five staff members reporting positive results with three others under exclusion and one choosing the "test-to-stay" option.
4 months ago, Matt Donkin
We have been made aware that there was a notice on TV 3 that Franklin County Schools would be cancelled. To avoid any other confusion, we do announce that there will be NO SCHOOL attendance for Frankfort CUSD 168 Schools tomorrow, Friday, January 7, 2022. We apologize for this late notice. We will resume classes on Monday.
5 months ago, Matt Donkin
The District’s COVID-related numbers by the end of the day on Thursday, January 6, 2022, included ten students reporting positive COVID results with thirty-eight under exclusion and ten choosing the "test-to-stay" option. The District also had three staff members reporting positive results with one other under exclusion and one choosing the "test-to-stay" option.
5 months ago, Matt Donkin
The District’s COVID-related numbers by the end of the day on Wednesday, January 5, 2022, included six students reporting positive COVID results with thirty-four under exclusion. The District also had three staff members reporting positive results with no others under exclusion.
5 months ago, Matt Donkin
​On Wednesday, January 5, 2022, the District released a letter to students and families of the District describing its new COVID "Test-to-Stay" program. Please check out the news story or find the letter here: https://5il.co/13tew​.
5 months ago, Matt Donkin
The District’s COVID-related numbers by the end of the day on Tuesday, January 4, 2022, included six students reporting positive COVID results with twenty-six under exclusion. The District also had three staff members reporting positive results with no others under exclusion.
5 months ago, Matt Donkin
The District’s COVID-related numbers by the end of the day on Monday, January 3, 2022, the first day of the second semester included four students reporting positive COVID results with sixteen under exclusion. The District also had one staff member reporting positive results with no others under exclusion.
5 months ago, Matt Donkin
Jory Dial, about 4 hours ago Parents/Guardians, At approximately 12:50 PM the FCHS Office received a report of possible gunshots in the neighborhood West of the Vocational Building. At the time of this report, FCHS proceeded to go on a "Soft Lockdown". The FCHS Administration reported this to the WFPD to investigate. At approximately 1:15 PM we received an all clear from the WFPD. At this point, the Soft Lockdown was lifted and the school day proceeded normally. If you have any questions, please call the FCHS Office. FCHS Administration
5 months ago, Matt Donkin
As we begin the second semester, the District has two updates regarding COVID-related items that was communicated through a District “all call” on Sunday evening, January 2. First, you may have read that the CDC and the Illinois Department of Public Health have changed guidance on the length of quarantines for the general public. HOWEVER, they have not made any changes for their directions for school settings. This means that for school, we will continue using the longer quarantine and exclusion periods. We know that the CDC and IDPH are continuing to work on guidance for schools and if and when it changes, we will let you know. Second, we will be releasing information later this week and sending letters home with our students who might want to participate in a VOLUNTARY, “Test to Stay” Program. This would be for students who might be exposed for close contacts at school. Again, this program will be completely voluntary and we will have more information to you by the middle of the week. This will give us one more tool to use to keep our students and staff in school in person. We begin our second semester tomorrow looking forward to what we can accomplish between now and the warmer days at the end of school in May.
5 months ago, Matt Donkin
The District’s COVID-related numbers by the end of the day on Friday, December 17, 2021, the last day of the first semester included twenty students reporting positive COVID results with ninety-four under exclusion. The District also had nine staff members reporting positive results with two others under exclusion.
5 months ago, Matt Donkin
The District’s COVID-related numbers by the end of the day on Thursday, December 16, 2021, included eighteen students reporting positive COVID results with one hundred one under exclusion. The District also had ten staff members reporting positive results with two one under exclusion.
5 months ago, Matt Donkin
We have made a post to the "News" section of our website regarding a TikTok post circulating nationwide regarding schools. Please check that section of the webpage.
5 months ago, Matt Donkin
The District’s COVID-related numbers by the end of the day on Wednesday, December 15, 2021, included seventeen students reporting positive COVID results with one hundred two under exclusion. The District also had ten staff members reporting positive results with two one under exclusion.
5 months ago, Matt Donkin