COVID-19 Emergency Closure Information

March 31st - Updated 6:00 p.m.
This afternoon Governor J.B. Pritzker extended school closures for all public and private schools in
Illinois until April 30. This order does affect South Beloit School District. All South Beloit Schools will now be closed until April 30. We anticipate schools to reopen on May 1.
During this time and until April 30, South Beloit Schools will be continuing with remote learning that
started on March 30. Teachers will be assigning work to their students thru electronic sites, email, or paper packets. Assignments will be graded. However, the district will be following the recommendation from the Illinois State Board of Education and grading all assignments using a pass/ incomplete grading system for the second semester. The traditional grading system of A thru F will not be used in the second semester due to the Corona Virus health situation. I understand this is a unique time for all. Please know the district is available to answer any of your questions. All school offices are open from 8am to 11am each weekday. Please call your child’s school office when you have a question. Teachers are also available thru email to answer questions about assignments. Thank you for your time and know the district will keep updating parents thru its All- Call system and district web-site as new information is given by the State of Illinois.
March 20th - Updated 6:00 p.m.
On Friday, March 20 Governor JB Pritzker announced the State of Illinois would be
extending school closures for all public schools until April 7. This order does
affect all South Beloit Schools. As of now, all South Beloit Schools will be closed
until April 7. It is anticipated school will reopen on April 8. All after school
activities are also postponed during this time. The district was to be on spring
break from March 23 to March 27. The district will be honoring spring break and
not assigning any work to students during this time. However, starting on March
30, please anticipate your child’s teacher will begin to assign practice work to
students through emails and social media. Please do not stress over this work.
The assigned work will be review and is simply intended to have students improve
previous skills while on this extended break. More information explaining this
process will be coming early next week. The Coronavirus Health situation has
created uncertainty for all. However, we will get through it. Please know the
district will continue to update parents on all new information as it becomes
available from the state of Illinois through “all-calls” and the school web-site.
March 16th - Updated 6:00 p.m.
Lunch Distribution
The South Beloit School District remains closed to students and most staff as directed by the Governor. Administration is in close contact with City, County and State officials throughout the day to receive guidance on the situation and we will update the district parents and staff as often as possible. The district will start serving free box lunches for all children 18 and under on  Wednesday, March 18 through Monday March 30th. Box lunches can be picked up at our drive through distribution point located at the South Beloit High School from 11:30AM to 1:00pm each day.  If you would like a lunch, simply come to the back of the high school where the food service department is located. You do not need to come into the building or get out of your car. Our food service director and staff will come out and deliver the lunches to you in your car. There will be signs and people at the high school during these days to ensure you get to the right area.
School Closures
March 13th - Updated 6:00 p.m.

This afternoon Governor J.B. Pritzker mandated that all public and private K-12 schools in Illinois close from Tuesday, March 17 to Monday, March 30 due to the Coronavirus Health situation.  This mandate will affect South Beloit Schools.  All South Beloit Schools will be closed from March 17 to March 30, as ordered by the Governor.  Also, there will not be school for South Beloit Students on Monday, March 16.   All after-school activities are also cancelled during these days. It is anticipated that school will resume on Tuesday, March 31. The district will continue to update families through all-calls and web-site posts on the Coronavirus requirements as more information is received from the State of Illinois and the Winnebago Health Department.