The Very Hungry Caterpillar performed by Room 26, Madison Elementary School.
Please join the District 69 Fine Arts Boosters on Friday, Feb. 10 at 6:30 at Lincoln for the fifth annual FAB Talent Show, featuring performers from all three District schools, including students, teachers and administration. Tickets for the show are $3.00 per person in advance, and $5.00 at the door.
Please see the attached flyer for additional information.
Skokie 5: These cards can be picked up at in our school offices or look for the game poster in the window of participating businesses.
For a complete list of the rules, visit: www.skokiedowntown.org
District 69 is participating for the FIRST time in the Scripps National Spelling Bee! The Scripps National Spelling Bee is an educational promotion sponsored by the E.W. Scripps Company in conjunction with sponsoring newspapers and organizations around the world. Its purpose is to help students improve their spelling, increase their vocabulary, learn concepts, and develop correct English usage that will help them all of their lives.
Our 2012 District 69 Spelling Bee will be held at the Petty Auditorium in the Skokie Public Library on January 26, 2012, from 3:00-4:30. Finalists from each grade level will compete at the District Bee and our top speller will advance to the 2nd Annual North Cook ISC Scripps Spelling Bee on Wednesday, February 8, 2012.
We hope to see you all at the District Bee on January 26th to support our w-o-n-d-e-r-f-u-l spellers!
Skokie School District 69 has posted a Request for Proposals on the Schools and Libraries Universal Service Website via a form 470 submission.
This RFP outlines a refresh project that includes Basic Internal Connections (LAN, WAN, Routing Core, Wireless) and VoIP/Phones/IP Telephony.
Details about the project can be found in our RFP below. All bids are due prior to February 16, 2012 at 8:30am. Bid awardees will be announced on or before March 12, 2012.
Request for Nominations
MARJORIE WEDELL MEMORIAL AWARD
Marjorie Wedell was affiliated with District 69 for 37 years, first as a teacher, then for the last 25 years of her life as a principal of Kenton School and Madison School. Many remember her as a person dedicated to learning, teaching, and giving of herself to children and adults alike.
After her death in March 1980, the MARJOIRE WEDELL MEMORIAL AWARD was established. Each year a person is chosen to receive this award for his or her outstanding and dedicated service to the school district. The recipient of the award is selected from nominees submitted to the award committee, and the award is presented annually at the Lincoln Junior High School graduation program.
If you would like to nominate someone for this award, please fill out the attached petition. Eligibility does not depend upon district residency or employment. Members of the award committee are ineligible for the award during the year in which they participate on the committee.
Take this opportunity to suggest someone you feel is very special to our district. Nominations will be accepted until April 1, 2012.
|1981 Ardis Coninx||1997 Judy Bruce|
|1982 Naomi Claver||1998 Jack Lloyd|
|1983 Edwin Goldstein||1999 Jean Hedstrom|
|1984 Ellen Toban||2000 Elizabeth Klein|
|1985 Thelma Jo Henry||2001 Barbara Ament|
|1986 Karen McCulloh||2002 Nancy Hanlon|
|1987 Bette McCarthy||2003 Diane Cooke|
|1988 Terri Ripley||2004 Allan Maier|
|1989 Arlene Harris||2005 Darlene Patulski|
|1990 James Metzinger||2006 Ann Clark|
|1991 Julia Krueger||2007 Lori Bein|
|1992 Debbie Mammoser||2008 Alina Dellota|
|1993 Peggy Agnos||2009 Kathleen Richert|
|1994 Mickey Safstrom||2010 Marsha Altwasser|
|1995 Anita Mittelman||2011 Renée Miller|
|1996 Michael Rosenberg|
Winter Break Activities for Students:
Dear Parents and Stakeholders of District 69,
I am happy to share some good news about a recent update to our website. Part of our commitment to improving education for our students is the establishment of a guaranteed and viable curriculum. As Illinois and the United States move to a National Common Core, we in District 69 are working hard to transition as well. Part of our commitment to improvement also includes transparency with you, our stakeholders. Check out the website and note the common core tab on the right hand side of every page. I encourage you to click on this tab and explore! It is a great opportunity for you to learn more about what our children need to know and be able to do.
Quintin Shepherd, Ph.D.
Skokie/Morton Grove School District 69
Lincoln Junior High