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Recent News

2019-20 Kindergarten Informational Meeting March 11

Children who are 5 years old September 1, 2019 are eligible for Kindergarten enrollment for the 2019-2020 school year. There will be an informational meeting at Washington Early Learning Center at 6:30 pm on Monday, March 11. The school is located at 122 S. Garfield Street. At 7 pm, there will be a TWI (Two-Way Immersion) Information Program. Parents may register their children for Kindergarten at the informational event.
2019-20 Kindergarten Informational Meeting March 11 Featured Photo

Project Enye Documentary Screening

On Monday, February 25th at 6:30 pm in the MHS Auditorium, District 75 will be collaborating with Mundelein High School to bring an amazing opportunity to our students, families, and community. We’ll be screening the documentary Project Enye at the MHS auditorium with a panel discussion to follow. Project Enye is a film about growing up as a first generation Latino/a/x in the United States and will spark lots of thinking and important discussions. Whether you identify as Latino/a/x or not, please come share in the experience with us. This film is best for a middle school and up audience. Babysitting will be provided.
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MEEA Sponsors Board Candidate Forum

Mundelein residents are invited to a forum to meet candidates for the Mundelein District School 75 Board of Education on Wednesday, March 6, from 6 pm- 7 pm at Carl Sandburg Middle School. The event is sponsored by the Mundelein Elementary Education Association.
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2019-20 Kindergarten Informational Meeting March 11

Children who are 5 years old September 1, 2019 are eligible for Kindergarten enrollment for the 2019-2020 school year. There will be an informational meeting at Washington Early Learning Center at 6:30 pm on Monday, March 11. The school is located at 122 S. Garfield Street. At 7 pm, there will be a TWI (Two-Way Immersion) Information Program. Parents may register their children for Kindergarten at the informational event.
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2019-20 Kindergarten Informational Meeting March 11 Featured Photo

BLOOD DRIVE SURPASSES ALL EXPECTATIONS

A blood drive held in honor of Mundelein School District 75 teacher Kristen Meister surpassed all expectations, with 80 volunteers donating blood or red blood cells during the drive held on Tuesday, February 19. The drive was spearheaded by Brian Bautista, whose daughter was a former student of Meister’s. Meister was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer in August 2018.
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Blood Drive

District 75 Receives School Safety Grant Funds

Mundelein School District 75 is receiving $130,000 of a $262,699 grant awarded to the Mundelein Police Department to improve school safety measures. The funds, part of the STOP School Violence Act, will be used to secure entries, add panic buttons, and add strobe lights for lock-downs in areas where the intercom cannot be heard, for example, gyms, cafeterias, and band rooms. “School safety is a top priority for everyone, this grant gives Mundelein a unique opportunity to make some significant safety enhancements and provide a more secure environment to our children,” commented Mundelein Police Chief Eric Guenther. “We appreciate Police Chief Guenther for alerting us about the grants and for sponsoring a grant writer to coordinate the application process,” said Andy Henrikson, Mundelein School District 75 Superintendent.
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School Safety

Mundelein School District 75 Hosts Author

Mundelein School District 75 schools hosted visits by Kate Messner, the award-winning author of books for young readers. The former tv news reporter and English teacher spoke with 6th - 8th grade students at Carl Sandburg Middle School on November 28th, primary students at Washington Early Learning Center on November 27th, and elementary school children at Mechanics Grove Elementary School on November 29th. As mentioned on her website, Ms. Messner loves to write books for children because “the books we read as kids are books that help shape us.”
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MUNDELEIN SCHOOL DISTRICT 75 SPONSORS ANNUAL BRAT FEST

Mark your calendars for Friday, September 7! Join the Mundelein School District 75 Administration, School Board Members and Parent Teacher Organization for its annual Brat Fest from 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm at Carl Sandburg Middle School, 855 W. Hawley Street. A complete meal deal is $5 and includes a brat, hot dog or tamale; roasted corn on the cob; chips; and soda or water. Items may be purchased separately as well. In addition to food, the event will feature many family fun activities such as face painting, carnival games, a bounce house and obstacle course. Activities are $1 each. Proceeds go to the District 75 PTO.
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Mrs. Hugo's Student Reunion Celebration

If you were ever a student in Mrs. Hugo's class, please join us for an open house celebrating her retirement from public school teaching! Refreshments will be served to all who come. This open house will be held on Sunday, May 20th, from 1:00- 4:00 p.m. at the Regent Center. The Regent Center is located at 1200 Regent Drive in Mundelein. It has both indoor and outdoor seating plus a small playground and walking path around the adjacent pond. It’s a sweet spot for a BIG reunion! RSVP here: https://tinyurl.com/hugocelebrationrsvp
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Mrs. Hugo's School Photo

OPENING DOORS TO THE WORLD IN THE CSMS LIBRARY

Eighth grade ELL/SS teacher Jess Rebella was driving home from an evening class when she was struck with an idea. With only a part-time librarian at the middle school, she knew her students could help to fill in some of the gaps to promote and inspire teachers and students alike to read and use the library space.
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Lincoln Principal for the Day

Preschooler Alexis Jackson walked into the principal’s office on Friday, March 9th, but not because she was in trouble, she was about to take over Lincoln Early Learning Center as Principal Alexis!
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Alexis as Principal for the Day

WARS FOR WISHES: MECHANICS GROVE SCHOOL’S PENNY WARS

War was declared.  Forces were united.  Tactics were discussed.  Strategies were formulated.  Students were armed and ready for battle.  Why?  Because when it comes to granting wishes, Mechanics Grove students don’t mess around!  From January 26th through February 13th, MG students battled for top rank in a “Penny Wars” competition to raise money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
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WARS FOR WISHES:  MECHANICS GROVE SCHOOL’S PENNY WARS Featured Photo

Congratulations to the cast and crew for Beauty and the Beast Junior!

What a huge success! Thank you to all of our students for your hard work the past 4 months! Thank you also to our parents, volunteers, teachers, school organizations, admin and community members for supporting such a wonderful endeavor. Whether you donated money to purchasing professional microphones, donated a basket or fog machine or donated time to help put on makeup and curl hair, your efforts are not unnoticed. Such a huge part of this success is the magic that happens behind the scenes. My sincerest thanks for your involvement. Thank you for being a part of District 75 history! Congratulations again! Mrs. Moulee Gupta Mrs. Carol Holck Mr. Mark Pilut
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Congratulations to the cast and crew for Beauty and the Beast Junior! Featured Photo

WORLD READ ALOUD DAY CELEBRATED ON FEBRUARY 1

Students in District 75 schools celebrated World Read Aloud Day on February 1 by engaging with authors/illustrators via a live video chat. Thirty-three authors and illustrators spanning all genres and reading levels participated in free 20-minute sessions. Every student in grades Kindergarten - eighth grade had the opportunity to interact with an author during this special event.
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WORLD READ ALOUD DAY CELEBRATED ON FEBRUARY 1 Featured Photo

LIGHTS! MUSIC! ACTION!- All Shows SOLD OUT!

All shows are now SOLD OUT! Thank you for your support! Excitement is rising in District 75 at the approach of Disney’s classic Beauty and the Beast Jr.  Performed by Carl Sandburg 6th through 8th grade students, the musical and theatrical skills of many middle school children are proving impressive!
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LIGHTS! MUSIC! ACTION!- All Shows SOLD OUT! Featured Photo

D75 CyberPatriot Team Vies for State Title

On Sunday, January 21, two teams of District 75 CyberPatriots participated in the State CyberPatriot competition -- a series of tasks identifying cybersecurity vulnerabilities in virtual operating systems. The six hour competition was held at the Innovation Station, located at the Mundelein School District 75 offices.
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D75 CyberPatriot Team Vies for State Title Featured Photo

Students and Artwork Shine

On Tuesday, January 16th, the Board of Education recognized talented D75 artists at the start of the monthly meeting. Forty-four students have artwork currently hung in Studio 75 at the District Administrative Center.
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Student stands in front of her artwork.

DISTRICT 75 STUDENTS HOST DANCE PARTY DECEMBER 15

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