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Board of Education meeting audio is available to hear live and is recorded for members of the public to download as needed. Click the Audio / Live Stream link to learn more.
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The next event in our Family Education Series is "Food for Thought" with Kelly Sierra, RN, LDN. Click the Series link to learn more about this upcoming presentation and register today.
We are in the midst of creating a Facilities Master Plan to identify building needs, anticipate expenses, outline upcoming maintenance work, and much more. Click the Master Plan link to learn more.
Preschool, kindergarten, and new student registration for 2015-16 is currently underway. Click the Registration link to learn more, or contact your child's future D181 school.
Did you know that we offer a Preschool / Early Childhood Education program for 3-5 year-old students? Click the link to learn more and register today.
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On March 24, Prospect School welcomed Chinese folk dancers as part of the school’s Art Awareness program.
All community members are invited to attend "Food for Thought" - a one-hour presentation that addresses foods that promote optimal growth and wellness for children.
On March 19, Madison School hosted its first family math night for parents to attend with their children in kindergarten through fifth grade.
Clarendon Hills Middle School proudly presented “Once Upon a Mattress” to audiences on March 18, 19, and 20.
Prospect School fifth grader Matthew Cihlar recently had his artwork selected for the cover of a magazine. The Winter 2015 edition of The Orff Echo features his mixed medium design of a snow-covered tree and cardinal.
Clarendon Hills Middle School student Nick Sutton and Hinsdale Middle School student Ellie Geier have been notified by the National Geographic Society that they are semifinalists eligible to compete in the 2015 Illinois National Geographic State Bee.
Two students from Community Consolidated School District 181 had their artwork selected for inclusion in the Illinois Art Education Association (IAEA) Student Art Show traveling exhibit, which most recently made a stop at Adventist Hinsdale Hospital.
Members of the Oak School 'Kids Care Club' recently led a series of efforts to benefit the Hinsdale Humane Society.
District 181 Director of Learning Sean Walsh has accepted a position as Principal of Longfellow Elementary School in Community Unit School District 200 in Wheaton, Illinois, effective July 1, 2015.
Kimberley Rutan has been selected to serve as the new principal of Madison School starting July 1, 2015. She will take the position following the retirement of current principal Melinda McMahon, who has been Madison Principal for 23 years.