eLearning Space @ Alive
Welcome to the eLearning Space @ Alive!
The Alive Center is partnering with Naperville School District 203 to offer middle schoolers a space to do their school eLearning. eLearning Space @ Alive will take place in multiple rooms at the Alive Center and has been designed to support the online education and instruction your student will receive from school this school year.
eLearning Space @ Alive includes:
WiFi connected environment
(including backup WiFi)
Peer connection during lunch, as well as before and after school.
Social-emotional support from caring adults.
First access to our free teen Drop-in M – F, 3pm – 7pm
Drop-in includes snacks, activities, clubs, games and more.
What to Bring
Students must bring their Chromebook and a headset. Students can bring their own lunch or you can order through your Aramark account.
Masks are required at all times except for when eating lunch. Social distancing rules are in place, following the CDC/IDPH guidelines.
eLearning Space @ Alive makes it easy for families to coordinate schedules. Our simple Virtual Punch Card system allows families to pick 1-5 days a week, purchase the number of days needed, and come on the days you want!
- No long-term commitment.
- No registration fees.
- Pay only for the days you need.
1 day = $40
5 days = $190 (5% off)
10 days = $360 (10% off)
20 days = $680 (15% off)
40 days = $1280 (20% off)
When students check in for the day at eLearning Space @ Alive, attendance will automatically be deducted from their Virtual Punch Card.
Full and partial (half off) scholarships are available to those in need.
Please contact Elisa at Alive via email or phone 630.778.6093 to learn more.
Please read our FAQs document below before registering. When registering, a Membership must be purchased first. From there you can sign up for which days to use your membership.
WE NEED YOUR HELP!
The eLearning Space @ Alive is seeking sponsors to provide scholarships for our local teens who might otherwise be at home alone during school hours. We are turning to the community to provide scholarships for 6th – 8th graders who need financial assistance.