PEARL CITY, ILLINOIS — Pearl City school students, staff, and the Pearl City community have been showing support for all of the essential workers throughout the recent closure.
The Pearl City School District says their students and parents have been working hard and taking the time to recognize the gravity of the COVID-19 closure. Students are using new learning platforms everyday and in some cases, creating their own.
Here is Brooklyn Voegeli displaying her hand made hearts to show compassion for our Health Care workers and Essential Workers.
The resources being supplied to our staff and students are greatly appreciated and are being put to good use to deflect digital monotony.
Here is Carlito Ramos decked out in his Cowboys gear for jersy day!
Here is Deacon with his homemade guitar practicing for music class.
Here is Jayelle Spahr on Jersey day with her sidekick beside her!
Here is Lily Block completing her scavenger hunt as a part of their Remote Learning Project.
Here is Krista Woodley with her favorite Jersey on for Jersey day!
Here is Lucas, Sam, and Jackson Howe participating in PJ day!!! A big thank you to our medical professionals!!!
Here is Lucas Brmmer posing as his favorite player Khalil Mack to honor our older population during the COVID-19 crisis.
Here is Phillip and Elly Schiesher working on their Remote Learning science project
Here is Mile Corbin posing for Jersey Day…Go Bears!!!
Here Rylen Hoffmaster finished his Remote Learning writing project, Great Work Rylen!!!
Here is Brogan doing his Illinois thing.
Here is Addie Miller working on her carving project for her remote learning work.
The district says they would like to take a moment and thank all of you who are working on the front lines providing for our communities across the country! “Please know how much you are on our minds and in our thoughts! I believe it is safe to say, we all want to be back in school! We miss our kids terribly! Take care, stay safe, and stay healthy! Thank you!!!”