• Asst. Superintendent of Business and Operations Announces June 30 Retirement

    Posted 01.23.15

    District 181 Assistant Superintendent of Business and Operations Gary Frisch has announced his plans to retire on June 30, 2015, at the end of the current school year.

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  • Proposed D181 Math Resources on Public Display

    Posted 01.16.15

    Parents, staff and community members have the opportunity to review and comment on math resources being considered for adoption by Community Consolidated School District 181.

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  • Preschool, Kindergarten, New Student Registration Dates Announced

    Posted 01.15.15

    Kindergarten and new student registration will take place at the school the child will be attending on February 24 and 25 (9am-3pm). Registration for the District’s Preschool / Early Childhood program begins February 2 and takes place at Oak School during school hours. Families can also attend District-wide evening registration for preschool, kindergarten and new students on February 24 at Prospect School (5:30-7:30pm).

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  • D181 to Host "Money Matters" Parent Presentations 1/22 and 1/23

    Posted 01.07.15

    The next event in the Family Education Series is “Money Matters” with The Economic Council. Presentations will be held Thursday, January 22 (7pm) and Friday, January 23 (9am), both at Elm School.

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  • Madison School Students Enjoy 'Harry Potter Potions' Club

    Posted 12.30.14

    The “Harry Potter Potions” extra-curricular activity has been a major success at Madison School this fall.

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  • Walker School Presents “Giving And Sharing” Assembly

    Posted 12.30.14

    Walker School recently hosted its annual “Giving and Sharing” assembly. It is an event to recognize the contributions that students, staff and families have made for charitable organizations while also enjoying the stylings of student singers and musicians in the Walker Choir, led by teacher Jaime Sciaccotta. Songs included Jingle Bell Rock, Peace in Twelve Languages, My Dreidel, and We Wish You a Swingin' Holiday.

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  • D181 Student Earns Foundation Grant, Gives Back to Local Hospital

    Posted 12.30.14

    When nine year-old Jack McGeever's mom told him there was an opportunity for District 181 students to earn a grant and help a community organization, he immediately thought of Central DuPage Hospital in Winfield. McGeever was in and out of the hospital many times when he was younger. Looking back, the Madison School student speaks of his doctor, Steven Coker, MD, and nurse Katie Atkins, RN, with great fondness. He also remembers the toy chest available to the hospital's pediatric patients.

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  • Madison Students Participate in International 'Hour Of Code'

    Posted 12.30.14

    Madison School students recently participated in the international Hour of Code event, a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to “demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics” according to campaign organizers Code.org.

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  • Dr. White Shares Holiday Letter

    Posted 12.23.14

    Superintendent Dr. Don White shares a holiday letter to the community.

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  • D181 Public Computer Sale on December 15

    Posted 12.10.14

    District 181 is inviting the public to purchase used staff Macbook laptops. An estimated 74 devices will be listed and sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Computers can be purchased online with a credit card at hobi.com/hinsdale181 starting Monday, December 15 at 7:00 p.m.

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