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Saturday STEAMers 2018 registration is now open! The Saturday STEAMers Program, formerly known as Saturday Scholars, is a District 75 STEAM Foundation sponsored enrichment program featuring a variety of unique courses that engages students grades K-8 in hands-on learning experiences in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM)! It will take place every Saturday morning between January 27 to March 10 at Carl Sandburg Middle School. Please read the attached Saturday STEAMers 2018 Brochure for more details on the available courses and how to register. Thank you! Paper registration forms will go home to students today and tomorrow. On another note, several courses have recently been added that are currently not on the registration forms going home. However, the attached copies have been revised to include these courses. Here are the courses: Just Your Art: PRIMARY- (Dawn Drury) Grades K-1 What child doesn't like playing outside and observing nature? In this course, students in grades K-1 will be creating nature paintings with different mediums such as sketching, watercolor and acrylic. We will learn and create art from our natural habitat. Materials Fee: $5 Session: 9 a.m. Just Your Art: YOUNG ARTISTS (Dawn Drury) Grades 2-3 Students in grades 2-3 will create art using different mediums and learn design techniques. They will create their own postage stamps, posters, and other popular media using pencil, watercolor and acrylic paint. Materials Fee: $5 Session: 10 a.m. Just Your Art- SCULPTURES (Dawn Drury) Grades 4-5 Have you ever wanted to learn how to sculpt? In this class, students in grades 4-5 will sculpt with Paper Mache and clay. They will create fish, birds and other nature forms in 3D. Materials Fee: $5 Session: 11 a.m
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Inspired by a school assembly about bullying and outreach to fellow students, Ashley Buchman’s Carl Sandburg Middle School students knew that they wanted to do more than just listen. Down the hall in Cami Brydon’s SEDOL special needs class they found the perfect connection.
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District 75 Students at Dance Party

Brat Fest

Thanks to the many volunteers from the school board, administration, and District 75 staff Brat Fest was a huge success!
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Fire Safety

The young minds at Washington Early Learning Center were in awe of the giant fire truck that ate up much of the school’s outdoor play area.
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Gold Star Rating

Mundelein School District 75’s preschool program has earned the prestigious Gold Circle of Quality designation from the Illinois State Board of Education.
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Insect Inspection

With magnifying glasses in hand, these young learners explored Washington Early Learning Center’s very own flower garden where sunflowers towered over their heads.
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Celebrate Reading

Each year teachers model reading to the students in grades 6 to 8. Students and teachers enjoy cookies, while discussing the books they read over the summer.
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Engaging Spanish

Julie Adelman’s desks have been moved to the edge of the classroom. The CSMS students enter, put their backpacks and books aside, and automatically gather in a circle. As soon as the students arrive, class is underway.
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CBS 2 Features D75

In Mundelein District 75, schools decided they couldn’t pass up on the living lab. They ordered 2,000 solar viewers for students and staff. CBS 2 Chicago tells the district's story in a public broadcast below.
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Multi-Cultural Celebration

Close to 300 children and family members attended the Mundelein District 75 Multi-Cultural Celebration in which students showcased various cultures with posters, ethnic dishes and professional and student performances.
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