What's Happening in District 65?

  • 21-22 Health & Safety Measures Update

    A new update from Superintendent Horton regarding the health and safety measures that are in place for the upcoming school year is now available to review. Universal masking is required for all students and staff regardless of vaccination status.

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  • Free and Reduced-Price Meal Applications Available August 9

    Families who believe they qualify for free or reduced price meals are highly encouraged to complete an application as soon as it's available on Monday, August 9. Benefits go beyond school meals and include free or reduced-price school fees and more!

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  • D65 Academic Skill Centers Information

    To further address unfinished learning from previous years, District 65 is creating a focused tutoring program for over 2,000 students. Click the link to learn more and to apply for a tutoring position if interested.

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  • 21-22 School Supplies Information

    An update regarding school supplies for the new school year is available. There will be no supply lists for families to purchase from or fees for instructional school supplies for the 2021-22 School Year.

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  • D65 MIRACLES in Action

    The D65 MIRACLES in Action Report is ready to review! Take a look at all of the district's accomplishments throughout the school year by clicking the link above.

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  • Update on Health Guidance for 2021-22

    An update from Superintendent Horton in response to guidance released from IDPH on July 9. At this time, masks are still required to be worn in D65 facilities regardless of vaccination status.

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  • Affirming our Commitment to Advancing Equity

    July 10, 2021 - A statement from Superintendent Horton and the Board of Education affirming the District's commitment to advancing equity.

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  • Compliance with Student Online Personal Protection Act (SOPPA)

    Effective July 1, 2021, all school districts are required by the Student Online Personal Protection Act (SOPPA) to provide additional guarantees that student data is protected in various ways. Review the full message to learn more about how District 65 is protecting student data.

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