2021-2022 Return to School: Full Day In-Person Learning

Full Day In-Person

A notice to our Morton 201 Families - February 18, 2022

  • Dear Morton 201 Families,

    There is an important letter from Morton District 201 Superintendent, Dr. Tim Truesdale. Please click here to read the letter. 


    Estimadas familias de Morton 201,

    Hay una carta importante del Superintendente del Distrito 201 de Morton, Dr. Tim Truesdale. Haga clic aquí para leer la carta.

Health and Safety Highlights for Full Day In-Person Learning       

  • What are the steps that Morton has taken that will support the move to full in-person learning?

    These are just some of the precautions Morton has taken this school year that will support the move to a full in-person schedule:

    • Hand sanitizer stations in entries, common spaces and classrooms,
    • Nearly 80,000 units of personal protective equipment (PPE masks, face shield visors, gloves, gowns, Plexiglas dividers),
    • Masks will be available for students who needs them
    • Disinfectant spray solution for wiping surfaces in every classroom and in common spaces
    • Disinfectant backpack sprayers to be used throughout the schools during midday and nighttime cleaning and any other times as needed,
    • Floor and wall directional markings for hallways and stairways,
    • Signage throughout the schools to reinforce social distancing, hand washing/sanitizing and face coverings
    • Cleaning and updating of HVAC systems, including increased fresh air intake, upgraded filters where compatible with equipment, and running systems two hours prior and two hours after regular occupancy
    • HEPA air purifiers for all classrooms, cafeterias, locker rooms and other spaces, as needed
    • Everyone must continue to wear masks at all times when indoors

Full In-Person Bell Schedule  

  • How do Morton students follow the full in-person learning schedule?

    The intent of the full in-person schedule is to allow students to attend school in person while maintaining CDC and IDPH guidelines for physical distancing. This can reduce the risk of an increase in the spread of COVID-19 to students and adults throughout the community. Each school would be responsible for developing their physical distancing plans for their building. Face coverings for all individuals would always be required while in the school building.  This requirement is subject to change as these guidelines evolve. 

    All students will follow the full in-person bell schedule.  The full in-person bell schedule is below:

2021-2022 Bell Schedule

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2021-2022 Return to School Handbook

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  • Morton 201 Breakfast and Lunch Menu

    Morton District 201 is committed to providing healthy and nutritional meals to their students and staff. On the foodservice page, you will find the monthly breakfast and lunch menu, faculty menu and monthly posted meal nutrition information. Meals are served on campus to students during the school day. For any students who would like a grab and go option, it is available. If there are any questions, concerns, or allergies, please contact your campus. 

    To fill out the 2021-2022 Lunch Application, log in to your Skyward Family Access account or print the application from the Morton 201 foodservice webpage and mail it into the District Office.

Community Mental Health Resources

  • Resources available during COVID-19 pandemic in Cicero/Berwyn

    Who do I reach out to for more assistance?

    Coping with Coronavirus List of community resources

    "Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in adults and children. Coping with stress will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger." This resource from the CDC includes helpful tips on managing stress and anxiety, as well as numbers to hotlines and self-care ideas. 


    Visit the Morton East Student Support Services and the Morton West Student Support Services pages for community resources in the area and for tips on how to manage anxiety and stress during COVID-19. 

  • District 201 COVID-19 Dashboard

    What is the purpose of the COVID-19 Dashboard?

    The data represents the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases and District initiated quarantines among students and staff who are present on our campuses. This data will be updated weekly, every Monday. 


  • Helpful Information for District 201 families 

    The following are resources to help families during COVID-19. We remind you to wear a face covering in public settings, stay 6ft apart, wash your hands, and sanitize frequently. View more video resources from the Center for Disease Control.