District 115 Update


  • District Hours

    During the stay-at-home order, all district buildings will be closed.

    District personnel can be reached by emailing y115@y115.org or by leaving a message for Cathy Anderson at 630-553-2805.

     

    E-learning

    District 115 students will continue their education at home through 'e-learning.'

    Detailed information on the district's e-learning program can be found on this district webpage: www.y115.org/elearn.

Community Outreach


  • General Assistance & Volunteers

    People helping people is a powerful way to build relationships and provide a deeper sense of purpose. Help mobilize community resources to support those in our area who may be in need by connecting individuals who are willing to share their time and talents with those that need support during these turbulent times. The goal is to support individuals who want to help, see a need, or have a need. If any of these apply to you, please complete this form, call 630-553-2805, or email thosey@y115.org for information.  

     

    Meal Assistance

    Yorkville CUSD 115 is distributing breakfast & lunch meals to families of students who qualify for the state’s free and reduced meal program. Weekday meals can be picked up between 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at Yorkville High School, 797 Game Farm Road on the following days: 

    • Mondays (meals provided for Monday and Tuesday)
    • Wednesdays (meals provided for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday)

     

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WeAreYorkville.org

  • We Are Yorkville website

    The WeAreYorkville.org website was created and is maintained by Yorkville-area residents looking to compile local information regarding the COVID-19 pandemic into a single community repository. 

    The site contains information regarding immediate community needs, area public meetings, health and safety, community resources, education, and essential businesses.

    You can also visit @weareyorkville on Instagram and Twitter! 


    'We are Yorkville' website goal: connect residents with resources amid COVID-19 emergency
    Kendall County Record Article