Princeton High School

Return to School 2021-2022

Daily Schedule

Princeton High School will begin the 2021-2022 school year with all students attending in-person full-time for full school days. 

The remote option for all students will not be offered this year. Only those students who are on required quarantines (Health Department) will be offered a remote learning option. This option may include paper copies of assignments/directions, lesson videos, Google Meets, etc.

Additionally, students will have access to lockers, locker rooms, etc. 

Building entry will begin at 7:30 am for students. Door #3 (Flagpole) will be the only entry door in use.

Quarantined Students

Once a student has been placed into quarantine, it will be the responsibility of the student’s teachers to make contact with that student (and parent) to coordinate how remote instruction will take place. Google Classroom will continue to be used for the posting of lesson materials, assignments, etc.


August 9, 2021 Update: Per Governor Pritzker’s Executive Order, masks are required for all individuals while inside at Princeton High School. This includes regular school hours and extracurricular activities after school for all individuals regardless of vaccination status. 

Masks are not required during any outdoor setting.

Masks will be required for all individuals (vaccinated and unvaccinated) while riding in a school bus or school vehicle (Expedition, Dr. Ed. Car) per CDC guidelines.

Social Distancing

A minimum social distancing space of three feet will be maintained whenever possible. Please keep in mind that in certain circumstances (lunch, hallways, bathrooms, locker rooms, certain classrooms, etc.) this may not always be possible.

Daily Sanitation/Cleaning

The PHS Custodial staff will continue to sanitize and clean public/used spaces on a daily basis using a variety of antibacterial and antiviral products.

Princeton High School will continue to make updates to this document based upon guidance from the IDPH, Bureau County Health Department, and CDC. As always, these updates will be shared with everyone as they become available.