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District 75 Highlights

District 75 is looking for substitute teachers!

The daily pay rate is $135 per day. 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 or and click on Employment at the top of the home page.
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5th Grade Chromebooks are out!

Fifth grade students at Mechanics Grove were very excited to receive their Chromebooks. As part of the district's 1:1 initiative, all 5th grade students are issued a device that will travel between home and school to support their learning objectives. Students will use this device through 8th grade.
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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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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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