COVID-19 is being blamed for the Galesburg School Board considering Reductions in Force of non-essential district employees in part because of projected dives in revenue, and in part because the district may have to do more remote
The Galesburg School District is working on a “virtual” Galesburg High School graduation ceremony, forced upon them due to the COVID-19 pandemic and state regulations that essentially said “no” to an in-person ceremony parents and the district
Governor JB Pritzker said after some outcry on Thursday when the Illinois State Board of Education banned in-person graduation ceremonies, the ISBE changed the guidance on Saturday. Galesburg School District Superintendent Dr. John Asplund says, however, not
As we reported earlier Friday, the Illinois State Board of Education announced they will not allow any in-person graduation ceremonies this school year. That effectively cancels the mid-June ceremony Galesburg High School had planned for the Class
Galesburg High School administration was making an honest effort at holding in-person graduation, prom, and other seniors event but guidance handed down from the Illinois State Board of Education Thursday might have ended those plans.