As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Illinois is operating under a five-phase plan referred to as Restore Illinois. Under Phase 4 of Restore Illinois, Illinois schools can return to in-person instruction by adhering to guidance from the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH).
Arlyn School is committed to providing in-person instruction for its students during the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year while following the safety standards recommended by the IDPH. To ensure the health and safety of students, staff, and the school community, students are expected to cooperate with all Arlyn School safety protocols at school and school-related activities.
Arlyn school will re-visit our in-person service delivery plan on a monthly basis. We will continue to monitor COVID-19 responses in our serving districts.
Arlyn Mission Statement
To build a safe, therapeutic, student centered learning community. We seek to nurture personal growth, inspire a love of learning, promote self-expression, and strengthen relationships among students, families, staff and the community at large. Our vision is for students to be empowered, prepared, and self-assured as fully invested members of society.
- All individuals are unique and valuable and are deserving of respect.
- Each and every person can learn.
- Emotional, physical and social well-being enhance learning.
- In providing a challenging, experiential, and differentiated curriculum.
- Learning occurs best when there are positive partnerships among students, staff, family, and community.
- In strengthening the whole student so that every graduate of Arlyn School becomes an educated, confident, self-advocate throughout life.
Arlyn School addresses the needs of internalizing students ages 10-21 with average or above average intelligence demonstrating emotional, behavioral, learning, and/or attention issues.
Arlyn School’s goal is to provide structure, individualization and support to our students and their families. Arlyn collaborates with home districts to promote successful reintegration into the public school system, competitive employment and/or post-secondary education.
Enrollment is year-round on a non-discriminatory basis. Students participate in a continuous school year program following a regular and extended school year calendar.
Approved for students with ED, SLD, OHI, AUT