ETHS District 202 regularly sends information and updates via email to students, families, and staff. Guidance concerning COVID continues to evolve, requiring the continued need for more frequent communication. The COVID Response 2021-22 web pages are the primary source for the latest information as details are released and updates become available. The pages are linked in emails whenever possible. Certain announcements, email content, and videos are also linked below as a quick reference.
In response to the updated High COVID-19 Community Risk Level status and guidance from the Evanston Health and Human Services Department, all ETHS students and staff - regardless of vaccination status- will be required to wear masks indoors.
ETHS shares information about the transition to our mask-recommended phase.
ETHS is sharing an update on COVID mitigation and mask guidance.
Dr. Eric Witherspoon is sharing a COVID mitigation update.
If your child aged 12-15 years would like to receive a booster dose from the City of Evanston's Health & Human Services Department, please respond to a short survey.
ETHS is providing additional updates as students and staff settle into their routines for a successful second semester.
After returning from winter break, students at every grade level, regardless of vaccination status, will have the opportunity to participate in the COVID testing at ETHS.
Please note current reminders and updates.
ETHS will continue to evaluate our response strategies on a daily basis in partnership with the Evanston Health Department.
Scheduled virtual events will be held and if possible, certain events may be rescheduled.
Please note update about COVID protocols.
ETHS is sharing important reminders about student health and wellbeing, fostering safe spaces, and staying engaged.
ETHS is providing some important updates that support this year’s focus on wellbeing.
The start for weekly COVID testing has been updated to the week of October 18, 2021.
ETHS District 202 has partnered with the University of Illinois (SHIELD) program to conduct COVID testing, which supports our efforts to monitor and mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in our school community.
Beginning in October, ETHS visitors will be able to submit proof of COVID vaccination (or a negative COVID test) for ETHS events.
Parents and guardians must provide consent for ETHS students under the age of 18 to receive the vaccine during the school day.
Please note the following important information and reminders.
The ETHS community is excited to welcome students back to school on Monday, August 16. Please note the following important reminders.
Online resources are available 24 hours a day on the ETHS website.
Learn all you need to know to prepare for a successful school year with this easy-to-use online guide.
All ETHS students and staff will be required to wear masks indoors to begin the 2021-22 school year.
Students report by grade level on the first day of the 2021-22 school year.
Applications should be submitted online by August 13, 2021 to determine fee waiver eligibility.
Students are asked to provide their proof of vaccination by August 5, 2021.
View or download the handbook from the ETHS website or mobile app.
ETHS will continue to work closely with state and local public health agencies to monitor the most up-to-date guidance for schools.