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Transitions between Zoom rooms have contributed to longer  class times.

Students experience Zoom fatigue with daily online learning

October 17, 2020

Though efforts to deliver education during a pandemic have varied widely by location, there has been one...

Socially distanced seniors wait in line to enter the school and make up their spring SAT on Sept. 23.

D203 details procedures, protocols for returning students to onsite learning

October 11, 2020

When District 203 administration announced its plans to begin welcoming students back into its school b...

Community members rally to demand reinstatement of in-person learning

September 24, 2020

After roughly two weeks of planning via Facebook, the “Rally to open Naperville schools NOW!” took pla...

Organizers of the rally are getting the word out in a variety of ways.

Naperville parents organize rally to urge D203 Board to return students to in-person learning

September 18, 2020

A group of Naperville community members discontent with e-learning and what they feel is a lack of&nbs...

Many Central students have experienced classroom disruptions during the first week of school thanks to unexpected guests known as

‘Zoombombing’ provides unexpected excitement to start of new school year

September 11, 2020

As Naperville Central began the school year online, several virtual classrooms experienced intrusions from uni...

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District 203 ‘Return to Learn’ updates

August 4, 2020

8/4: The District 203 Board of Education and administration clarified details regarding the “Return...

In the hybrid learning mode, students will alternate which days they learn onsite and which days they learn from home.

District 203 releases ‘Return to Learn’ plan for 20-21 school year

July 13, 2020

Amidst a swirl of varying and precarious scenarios around the country, Naperville District 203 has rel...

Submission edits aside, modified 2020 AP exams run smoothly

William Tong, Online Managing Editor

June 17, 2020

Due to mandated remote learning and school shutdowns, the College Board modified Advanced Placement (AP) exams to be taken at home this year.. In response, teachers, faculty and students at Naperville Central adjusted their preparation for the exams. Despite technological concerns, the tests ran smoothly.   AP exa...

Protesters cross Jackson Avenue on Washington Street in downtown Naperville during a Black Lives Matter rally on June 4.

Message with momentum: Black Lives Matter protest in downtown Naperville draws crowd

June 5, 2020

Organized in part by recent Central grad Indya Smith-Johnson, the fourth protest rally and third in downtown...