COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 Information

Fenton High School is continuing to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. On this page you will find information and updates on the impact to Fenton.

The staff of Fenton High School continues to encourage the 3Ws: Wearing a face covering, Watching our physical distance, and Washing our hands often.

If you have any questions, send an email to

Recent Guidance

Full In-Person Learning Fall 2021
The Illinois State Board of Education voted in May to send most-or-all students into their traditional classrooms for the 2021-22 school year and limit remote learning options. Much of this push is due to the availability of vaccines and the success of numerous precautionary measures. 

What does it mean for Fenton?  FHS will open its door in the fall fully in-person, which includes free breakfast and lunches at school.  We are anticipating that students and staff will still need to wear their masks and social distance. 


When students or staff test positive for COVID-19 or are considered "COVID probable," Fenton High School works collaboratively with the DuPage County Health Department to review the situation and notify close contacts, if there are any. Those who test positive or are considered a close contact must then self quarantine to avoid potential spread.

Below is a list of recent instances of COVID-19 at Fenton High School, as of summer 2021. Posting an incident means the review has concluded and all close contacts have been notified. 

Due to health privacy laws, the identity of these individuals will not be released.  

  • May 26, 2021 -- One student tested positive for COVID-19. 

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