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District 75 is looking for substitute teachers!

SUBSTITUTES WANTED! DAILY RATE INCREASE
The daily pay rate is $135 per day beginning Monday, October 28, 2019. To sub for a teacher, you need a Bachelor’s degree in any field, plus a substitute license. To sub for a paraprofessional, you will need an associate’s degree, plus a paraprofessional license. To apply, visit www.generalasp.com/d75/onlineapp or www.district75.org and click on Employment at the top of the home page.
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Principals Celebrate Super Sales!

Principals Mark Pilut, Tanya Fergus and Jim Kallieris celebrated the SUPER PTO discount card sales by dressing up for superheroes for the day. A huge thanks to all the students who sold cards for this fundraiser. Way to go District 75 families!
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Local Entrepreneur Speaks to Students

Local business owner Tony Volpentesta, aka Tony Cannoli, spoke to 8th grade students in the Career Tech class at Carl Sandburg Middle School. Volpentesta told the students how he followed his passions into a thriving career. “My true passion is entrepreneurship. I do love being in the kitchen, however, my passion for being in the kitchen did not develop until my mid twenties. Once the two came together, it only seemed natural to open up tony cannoli,” said Volpentesta.
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Raúl the Third to Visit District 75 Schools

District 75 is excited to welcome the author and illustrator Raúl the Third to our schools on October 9th and 10th.  Raúl The Third is an award-winning illustrator, author, and artist living in Boston. His work centers around the contemporary Mexican-American experience and his memories of growing up in El Paso, Texas and Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.
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Dangers of Vaping Town Hall October 17

A town hall to examine the effects of vaping is scheduled for October 17th from 7-8:30 pm at Libertyville High School Auditorium. The panel will include five experts on the dangers of vaping including Lake County State's Attorney Nierheim, Mundelein Chief of Police Eric Guenther, Respiratory Health Association Director Matt Maloney, Lake County Public Health Department Tobacco Programs Coordinator Lea Bacci and Adam Hergenrender, a young man recently hospitalized due to vaping.
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Teachers Receive Grant from STEAM Foundation

Jenni Rodeghero and Michelle Coe, Third grade TWI teachers from Mechanics Grove School, received a grant from the District 75 STEAM Foundation. The grant was a Qball Microphone for each classroom. Qballs are throwable, wireless microphones that encourage classroom participation. District 75 Board Member and STEAM Foundation member Lisa St. Clair was on hand to award the microphones to Rodeghero and Coe.
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CSMS Choir Room Makeover

The Choir room at Carl Sandburg Middle School received a dramatic makeover that was revealed to the choir students on Tuesday, August 27, What was once a small, cramped, dark space was repurposed into a beautiful choir room. The change was evident in the faces of the choir students as they entered the room for the first time.
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Mark Your Calendars for Bratfest!

District 75’s annual Bratfest is on Friday, September 6 from 5:00 pm-8:00 pm at Carl Sandburg Middle School. Food is available for purchase. Additionally, there will be tons of fun for kids with bouncy houses, face painting, games and prizes! Community organizations will also be there with valuable information. Activity tickets are $1 and can be purchased at the event.
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