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TUITION & IEP STUDENTS are required to buy school supplies.  If you are unsure of your child's status please call the office.


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Office Staff

Kondrat, Susan
Rios, Erica
Taddei, Ann
Lead Secretary

Parent Liaison

Delgado, Adriana


Janis, Cara
Ziccardi, Angela

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                   (ATTENDANCE DAYS ARE DAILY MONDAY-THURSDAY)                     

NO SCHOOL JULY 4-5, 2018

8:30 A.M. - 11:30 A.M



Summer School Office Hours


June 11, 2018 through July 6, 2018


9:00 am till 1:00 pm



FIRST STUDENT BUS FORMS SENT HOME-  Bus forms were sent home in backpacks last week and are needed ASAP.  This form is for students that used First Student bus transportation previously.  Parents please return your completed bus form to the office if you would like bus service for your child in the fall.  If you can't get in to the office to drop it off, please fax to 630-617-2385.


***Children who will be Kindergarten eligible at the end of next school year will be placed in an afternoon session.  This is done in order to allow space for students who are newly three years old when they enter throughout the year the opportunity to be available for learning by attending in the morning session.  It is becoming increasingly difficult to grant AM session preferences for older students as we are currently at our maximum enrollment capacity every year.  If you have a session preference due to extenuating circumstances, you can send in a written request for a session along with the reason for the request to your child’s teacher or give your request to the office staff on or before May 11, 2018. We will try to accommodate some requests if received by this date but we cannot guarantee that you will receive the session requested as balanced classrooms and certain ratios must be maintained and space is not available to accommodate many requests.  We will notify all registered parents by June 8, 2018 of your child’s session so that you will have plenty of time to make arrangements for child care, etc. before the school year begins. We thank you for your understanding and cooperation as we work to make the best placements for all of our students for the upcoming school year.




At its May 8 meeting, the Board of Education heard an update from the All Day Kindergarten Committee. In the state of Illinois, 79% of 859 districts are offering all-day programs, as of 2015.


“All Day Kindergarten educates the whole child in a developmentally appropriate manner,” said Lincoln Principal Jen Barnabee. “It enhances the legacy of Elmhurst by supporting students to reach their full potential. Children in full day classes excel in reading, number knowledge, writing and self-regulation versus their half-day peers. A full day program provides us the time to make the learning experience for our youngest students even better. They deserve the same robust, inter-disciplinary as the rest of our students receive.”


View the Kindergarten video created by D205 Communications Office here:



Madison Sensory Garden Schematic

Madison Sensory Garden Schematic