• District 181 Seeking Community Feedback on Next Steps for HMS through Online Survey, Round-Table Events

    Posted 05.02.16

    District 181 is asking District residents, staff, and local business employees to share their feedback on long-term plans for the Hinsdale Middle School facility via an online survey and round-table engagement events.

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  • D181 Summer Learning Program Registration Open Now through May 20

    Posted 05.02.16

    Registration for the Community Consolidated School District 181 Summer Learning Program is open now through May 20.

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  • Prospect Students Participate in Regional "SingFest" Event

    Posted 04.22.16

    Eight students from Prospect School were selected to participate in the Anima Young Singers of Greater Chicago's SingFest on April 16 in Elmhurst.

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  • Walker Staff Participate in Battleship-Style Competition as a Tool for Learning Student Device

    Posted 04.19.16

    When Walker School Speech Pathologist Natalie Felix saw the need to get staff members familiar with an augmentative alternative communication (AAC) program for one of her students who is non-verbal, she remembered reading about a fun way to spread the word about AAC. In partnership with Walker School Resource Teacher Lisa Hendrix, the pair worked with the student's parents and Walker staff to provide an opportunity to increase communication and learning for both student and staff.

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  • HMS Students Qualify for National History Bee Competition

    Posted 04.19.16

    Six students from Hinsdale Middle School have qualified to participate in the National History Bee, an academic competition for elementary and middle school students that tests their knowledge on a wide range of historical topics.

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  • Prospect Students Participate in Disability Awareness Activities

    Posted 04.19.16

    Students in Prospect School had the unique opportunity to experience how athletics are played by those with physical disabilities thanks to a visit from the South East Association for Special Parks And Recreation (SEASPAR). The organization's Recreation Coordinator Greg Pavesich partnered with Physical Education teachers Laura Duffy and Kristin Smiley to bring in equipment used in what is known as adaptive athletics.

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  • Walker Students Contribute to Clarendon Hills Community Garden

    Posted 04.19.16

    Walker School students from kindergarten through fifth grade have been working with volunteers to plant flower seeds in classroom greenhouses. Over the course of the next several weeks, students will be observing the plants grow and bloom. At the end of the school year, the plants will be transplanted and made a part of the Richmond Education Gardens and Apiary, which is in development in Clarendon Hills.

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  • CHMS to Host Golf Outing Benefiting Veterans

    Posted 04.15.16

    CHMS students, staff, and families have been leading a yearlong effort to honor and support military Veterans, and are inviting community members to participate in a golf outing as one of the project's culminating events. "Chipping in for Veterans" will be held Saturday, May 14 at The Village Links of Glen Ellyn, with a shotgun start at 2pm; a BBQ dinner will be served at 7pm.

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  • D181 Invites Community to Participate in Holidays and Religious Observances Calendar Task Force

    Posted 04.05.16

    District 181 is inviting parents, staff, and community members to attend a meeting of the District's Holidays and Religious Observances Calendar Task Force. The meeting will take place on Monday, April 18 from 9:30-11am at the D181 Administration Center, located at 115 West 55th Street in Clarendon Hills. Those interested in participating are asked to RSVP online: http://tinyurl.com/D181TaskForceApril2016.

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  • D181 Student Artwork to Be Featured at 2nd Annual West Suburban Student Art Expo

    Posted 04.05.16

    On Saturday, April 23, more than 525 pieces of artwork created by local elementary and middle school students will be on display at Cheney Mansion (220 N. Euclid Avenue, Oak Park, IL). This free event is open from 10:00 a.m. through 4:30 p.m. This marks the second consecutive year that the West Suburban Consortium for Academic Excellence (WSCAE) school districts are hosting the event to showcase K-8 student artwork from their schools.

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