We are currently offering Supervision for Remote Learning on a day-to-day basis from 8:15 a.m to 3:35 p.m. The fee is $100 per day for Wilmette residents, and $125 per day for non-residents.
To support Wilmette School District 39, the Wilmette Park District offers a quality enrichment-based, self-directed, e-learning opportunity through Supervision for Remote Learning. This program includes supervision, socialization, technical support, and activities for your school-aged child, providing a safe and supportive experience for families.
- Pods and locations are assigned based on enrollment and availability.
- We are not able to accommodate friend or location requests.
Note: The Wilmette Park District continues working with the Northern Suburban Special Recreation Association (NSSRA) to provide inclusion services for our recreation programming. We are committed to building a community that fosters diversity and inclusion for recreational opportunities. Supervision for Remote Learning is not an educational program, and therefore is unable to meet the educational support required by IEPs and 504 plans. Please contact your local school district in regard to all IEP and 504 plan requirements.
Participants will be bused from their District 39 school on in-person learning days to the Community Recreation Center for Supervised Remote Learning and/or CARE via the Wilmette Park District for Central, Harper and McKenzie schools. School District #39 coordinates transportation from Romona and Highcrest Middle School.
Need more time? CARE, our new after-school childcare program, runs from 2:30-6 p.m. and requires separate registration. Click here for information about CARE.
Know Your Responsibilities
- Parents/guardians will drop participants off at their assigned Park District Supervision for Remote Learning location on remote learning days.
- On in-person learning days, based on registration, participants will be bused from their D39 School to either CARE or PM Supervision for Remote Learning.
- Parents/guardians are required to self-certify their child each day through an emailed Medical Screening Checklist, including an at-home temperature check.
- The School District is responsible for providing participants their e-learning materials.
- Parents/guardians are responsible for ensuring school engagement and completion of assignments.
- Students must bring their own laptop/tablet, device chargers and headphones. Prior to arriving, please make sure your device is fully charged.
- Our Supervision for Remote Learning leader is responsible for providing quality care/supervision during the student's self-directed schoolwork.