No remote or in-person summer school will be offered to Forest Park Elementary School District 91 students this year except those with an Individualized Education Plan (IEP), according to a letter sent to parents at the end of May.
Earlier in the spring, it was announced that a remote summer program was being offered. But plans fell through, although the Review received no response to a May 26 email to Superintendent Lou Cavallo on what exactly caused the change in plans.
According to the May 26 letter from the district, “It was the hope and intent of the district to be able to offer a remote option that would be open to all students and staffed with FPSD 91 teachers. Unfortunately, the district will not be able to provide a summer remote learning program without the necessary personnel to staff these classes.”
A list of summer resources has been posted to the district’s website at https://www.fpsd91.org/Page/1679.