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  • Math Acceleration Update

    This June, District 65 families received notification regarding their child’s math placement. Families that appealed the placement and whose children were re-tested in late June will receive a notification regarding the status of placement during the week of July 13. Students who were not able to take the re-test in June may do so on July 29.

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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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  • ECF Awards Catalyst Grant to D65 and COPE for School Supplies

    On July 16, Evanston Community Foundation (ECF) announced the awarding of a $2,500 Community Catalyst grant, to support a partnership between Evanston/Skokie School District 65, COPE (Caring Outreach by Parents in Evanston) and the District 65 PTA Council to provide school supplies for students in need.

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  • District 65 Receives Head Start Grant

    District 65 has been awarded a five-year Head Start grant by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The District will receive $2.65 million annually over the next five years to further support and expand early childhood programming and services for students and their families.

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  • District 65 Welcomes New School Principals

    On June 8, the School Board approved the recommendation to appoint Adrian Harries as the next principal of Nichols Middle School and Wayne Williams as principal of Oakton Elementary School. The Board also approved the recommendation to appoint Michelle Cooney, Assistant Principal at Lincoln Elementary, as Interim Principal.

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