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The 2015 Summer Learning Program catalog is now available and registration is open. Click here to explore our offerings in science, art, music, math, language arts, and more!
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.
Online registration is now open for current students moving into Grades 1-8 in 2015-16. We are continuing to welcome registrants for kindergarten and preschool. Please click the Registration link to learn more and register today!
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Walker School Information
120 Walker Ave.
Clarendon Hills, IL 60514
Royal Blue and Gold
8:40 a.m. -11:25 a.m.
12:20 p.m.-3:05 p.m.
8:40 a.m.-3:05 p.m.
Walker is truly a community-based school, made so by many wonderful people. Our students are eager to learn and to make a positive difference. Our staff members are committed to child-centered learning, and we work to make sure that every student has his/her needs met. Our parents and community members partner with us, and together we provide excellent learning opportunities for our students.
At Walker, we practice the “Fish Philosophy” (Strand, Christensen & Halper). The four components of this philosophy are: Make Someone’s Day, Choose Your Attitude, Be There/Be Present, and Play. Walker is a great place to learn and grow!
Madeleine Will has been a national advocate in Washington D.C. for persons with disabilities for over three decades. She will be speaking on the journey since IDEA, statistics regarding children with disabilities in high school, the outlook for those entering or graduating from college today, and what parents can do to help their children live a more fulfilling life. Ms. Will will present "Making a Difference" on April 22 at Lake Hinsdale Village (9:30am and 7pm). This event is a collaborative effort between District 181 and Hinsdale Township High School District 86.
District 181 is inviting community members to participate in events on April 21 and 22 around the vision for technology in District 181 schools. Internationally recognized education technology integration expert Ian Jukes will facilitate a series of presentations followed by a community-wide collaboration session.