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News & Announcements

  • FY16 Tentative Budget and Public Hearing

    The FY16 Tentative Budget is now available for public review on the District 65 website. The budget is the school district’s plan for how it will allocate and expend revenue dollars. It is the basis for a school district’s tax levy.

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  • Save the Date for Curriculum Night

    During September and October, each of our schools will host a curriculum night and all families are encouraged to attend. This is a great opportunity to visit your child’s school, meet their teacher, and to hear about all that they will learn this year.

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  • Social Emotional Learning in District 65

    Take a few moments for a great read on Social Emotional Learning (SEL) and how it’s being implemented in D65. Superintendent Goren recently chatted with Mary Ryerse, Director of Strategic Design at Getting Smart, about the importance of SEL.

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  • To Infinity and Beyond

    District 65 is partnering with the Evanston community to transform STEM learning and achieve greater STEM engagement for all children as part of the new EvanSTEM initiative.

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  • 2015-2016 Student Handbook

    The Student Handbook is an excellent resource to help ensure a successful school year. All parents and guardians are asked to complete the Receipt and Acknowledgement Form by September 15.

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  • School Supply Lists for the 2015-2016 School Year

    This summer, get a head start on purchasing supplies for the upcoming school year. Many school supply lists are now available for download.

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  • Visiting the JEH Education Center

    In an effort to provide increased security and efficient service, new visitor procedures have been implemented at the Joseph E. Hill Education Center.

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  • Walking, Biking, & Driving Back to School Tips for All

    The end of summer means school buses, kids walking, and kids biking. Everyone must do their part to be safe and by exercising a little extra care and caution, drivers and pedestrians can co-exist safely in school zones. Suggested bike/walk routes are available at all District 65 schools.

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