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SANDBURG’S GOT TALENT!

On the evening of April 16, the walls of the Carl Sandburg multipurpose room echoed with cheers for the talents of the 6th-8th grade students of District 75. The eleven acts in “Sandburg’s Got Talent” included vocal solos and ensembles, rock bands, puppetry, instrumentalists, martial arts and tap dancing.  This showcase of talent was spearheaded by music teachers Moulee Gupta and Carol Holck.
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Timely Meaningful Consult (TMC) meeting

Mundelein School District 75 will hold a Timely Meaningful Consult (TMC) meeting on at 2:00 pm on May 22, 2019 at the District Office located at 470 N. Lake Street, Mundelein for students with disabilities that attend private/parochial schools or are home-schooled. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss how Mundelein School District 75 will provide services to these students, as well as discuss the child find process. Please contact Dr. Holly Colin, Director of Special Services, at 847-949-2700 *2005 with questions.
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FULL STEAM AHEAD IN NEW CSMS SCIENCE FACILITIES

Perhaps no academic field evolves more rapidly than that of science and engineering.  At CSMS, staff identified a need for science labs - original to the 1957 construction of the school - to be reinvented in order to meet the needs of the 21st century student. Not only did teachers want the facilities to encourage collaborative learning, but also to explore scientific inquiry and engineering design to adhere to the Next Generation Science Standards.  Funded by the district, the new labs were primarily constructed by a hardworking District 75 maintenance crew whose work saved the district many expenses from outside contractors.
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Mundelein Robotics Team Invited to National Event

Seven talented 6th grade girls from Carl Sandburg -  the robotics team known as Gamma - have been honored with an invitation to compete this spring at the FIRST LEGO League Razorback World Invitational at the University of Arkansas from May 16-19!   One of the three robotics teams from the middle school and the first ever to be invited to go to a national competition, Gamma’s members are: Mari Hoover, Lia Kagan, Leah Kim, Sara Choi, Lucy Heikes, Sreya Kannappan, and Guadalupe Mayoral.  Head coach Mr. Bret Anno, a D75 parent, along with assistant coaches, teacher Eugene Skura and parent Scott Vandemotter, also deserve kudos.  “The entire Sandburg Community is proud of your work and accomplishments,”  says principal Mark Pilut in recognition of the great effort put forth by the group. Click for more information on how you can support their efforts!
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AND… THEY’RE OFF!

A Night at the Races is coming! Food, beverages, simulated off track racing, live and silent auctions, prizes, and more will make this second annual one-of-a-kind event an evening to remember. Consider joining in on the fun at Luigi's Ristorante at 1130 W. Maple Ave., on Saturday, May 4th at 6:30 pm.

Single tickets are $35 and arranged table seating options are also available at group rates. Additional information can be found on the website - www.innovate75.com. Tickets are available on Eventbrite - www.eventbrite.com. All money raised by this STEAM Foundation sponsored fundraiser supports a variety of innovative D75 STEAM Foundation learning projects and activities – Robotics, the musical, the Cyber Patriot team, Saturday and Summer STEAMER camps - to name just a few.
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Light it Up Blue for Autism Awareness!

Tuesday, April 2 is World Autism Awareness Day and we’re asking all staff and students in Mundelein District 75 to wear blue to shine a light on autism awareness. Autism Spectrum Disorder is a neurological disorder that impacts 1 in 59 children. Please help us shine a light on ASD by wearing blue on Tuesday, April 2!
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2019-20 Kindergarten Informational Meeting April 2nd 5:00pm -7:00 pm

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 about the Two Way Immersion Program at Washington Early Learning Center at 5:30 pm on Tuesday April 2nd. The school is located at 122 S. Garfield Street.


Parents may register their children for Kindergarten at the informational event.
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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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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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