Governor Pritzker and Coursera recently launched the Workforce Recovery Initiative, which offers virtual career training for unemployed Illinois residents. Registration for the Coursera Workforce Recovery Initiative will be made available to Illinois residents from now through September, and all courses must be completed by Dec. 31, 2020. Upon completion of the program, participants may earn an industry-recognized credential as well as information about continuing building upon their new skilled through continued education at their local community college. Go to: https://www.coursera.org/government/workforce-recovery
Welcome Principal, Dr. Dufour Joppa-Maple Grove Unit School District 38 is excited to welcome Dr. Dufour as the new school principal for Joppa Jr/Sr High School and Maple Grove Elementary School. Dr. Dufour has been the Physical Education Teacher at Joppa for the last year. Prior to that, he worked in North Carolina as Assistant Principal, Athletic Director, and as a PE teacher throughout his career. His enthusiasm and love for education will enable him to foster relationships and provide the leadership to build and maintain a positive school culture.
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Maple Grove Elementary had an awesome Spirit Week last week. Thanks for sharing all those awesome pictures.
JMG teachers and staff had a great time Monday participating in a car parade. We want to thank everyone who came out! Thank you to the awesome students, family members, and community members for your support.
Good morning , The Illinois State Board of Education released information late Friday on converting our school days to something called a “Remote Learning Day.” We are quickly trying to determine what that means for providing educational services to our students. We hope to have more information on that front in the next couple of days as we polish our E Learning Plan now that we have a better idea of state requirements. The Act of God Days end on March 30. We will be moving into the Remote Learning Days after the faculty and staff have had adequate time to prepare for this type of learning delivery. Please stay posted and I will keep you updated. Sincerely, Dr. V. Artman