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Click here to visit the HMS Referendum page of our website to access factual reports and resources related to design, cost, and other key components. We have also posted a list of community events on the referendum.
Click here to see a listing of upcoming events designed with parents in mind, including the Community Speaker Series hosted in partnership with D86.
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Prospect School art teacher Susan Tiemstra has been named the 2016 Illinois Elementary Art Educator of the Year by the Illinois Art Education Association (IAEA). The award recognizes the exemplary contributions, service, and achievements of one exceptional IAEA member annually.
Students and staff at The Lane School recently held their 6th annual Dance-A-Thon.
Clarendon Hills Middle School students and their parents recently had the opportunity to learn about the wide array of extracurricular activities available to join this year at the CHMS Clubs and Activities Fair.
Prospect School recently welcomed fathers, grandfathers, and other special guests for the school’s annual "Breakfast for Dads" gathering.
On Monday, September 26, the cross country teams of Clarendon Hills Middle School and Hinsdale Middle School participated in the West Suburban Middle School Athletic Conference (WSMSAC) conference meet, which took place at Blackhawk Middle School in Bensenville, Illinois.
On Saturday, September 24, seven Hinsdale Middle School students participated in the Vandercook College of Music Middle Level HonorFest.
On Sunday, September 25, more than 750 registrants participated in the Madison School Dash & Bash, an annual event that brings the school community together for family fun and socializing after a 3K walk-run.
On Friday, September 30, the 7th grade social studies classes of Clarendon Hills Middle School participated in a mock trial featuring Christopher Columbus, who was fictitiously accused of accessory to murder and environmental destruction.
Approximately 100 Hinsdale Middle School 6th, 7th and 8th graders, along with teachers and parents, participated in a car wash that raised over $3,200, which will be donated to two schools damaged by flooding in Louisiana.
On September 15, students in the District 181 preschool program participated in International Dot Day, a global celebration of creativity based on the book The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds.
District 181 is inviting the community to attend upcoming informational events on the Hinsdale Middle School referendum, and HMS tours.