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Community Consolidated School District 181 will continue conducting preschool screenings during the 2012-13 school year, slated for February 1, Mach 1, April 5 and May 3 at Oak School.
Community Consolidated School District 181 Assistant Superintendent for Pupil Services Dr. Kurt Schneider and Director of Communications Bridget McGuiggan have each been honored with national awards.
On December 14, Elm School second graders enjoyed a sampling of eight cultures’ holiday celebrations.
Students at Hinsdale Middle School (HMS) joined peers around the country in participating in Snowflakes for Sandy Hook.
As part of National Inclusive Schools Week, P.E. teachers at several District 181 schools led activities that incorporated adaptations based off of the Paralympics.
On December 5, students from Madison School’s Kids Care Club sorted more than 200 holiday gifts for 18 local families in need.
Madison School students completed an eight-week program that pairs the students in first through fifth grades with a Hinsdale Central High School student as part of the Read 2 Lead program.
Several District 181 schools participated in a fundraising collaboration called “Seashells for NJ Shores” to raise money for organizations assisting in the Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.
School board candidate petitions must be filed no earlier than 8:00 a.m. on Monday, December 17. The closing date of the petition filing is now 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, December 26.
4th and 5th grade students at Elm, he Lane, Oak, and Monroe Schools recently enjoyed a visit from authors Dan Gutman, Jon Scieszka, and Jeramey Kraatz.
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