Early Childhood Center News
It was a busy and fun-filled day for students, parents and faculty as the Early Childhood Center opened its doors Wednesday, Aug. 16, for the 2017-18 academic year.
Superintendent Dr. Nicolas Wade explains why District 401 would benefit if the General Assembly overrides Gov. Rauner's amendatory veto of the SB1 school-funding plan.
Superintendent Dr. Nicolas Wade has sent a letter to the community informing everyone that the first day of school for ALL D401 schools remains Wednesday, August 16.
Our first community outreach events with the District's new Superintendent, Dr. Nicolas Wade, will take place at EPHS the day after school begins. All are welcome to attend!
Dr. Wade, the District's current Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum & Instruction, will succeed current Superintendent Dr. Kevin M. Anderson on July 1.
The ECC celebrated the birthday of one of America's most beloved children's writers with Dr. Seuss Family Night on March 2. From listening to classic stories to playing with oobleck, it was a night of family fun!
The ECC All-Purpose Room was packed last month with parents and students who participated in our January family event — Math Fun! Check inside for a look at some of the games and activities.
Didn't get a chance to attend D401's recent public events introducing the District's new technology plan? Check inside for details on the changes coming to our schools.
For fans of Dr. Seuss and his wonderful books, the Early Childhood Center is the place to be later this week when the ECC celebrates the 113th anniversary of the beloved American children's writer and illustrator.
Could your preschool-age child benefit from the programs available at ECC? Find out by arranging for a free preschool screening. Read on to learn more.
This month's family event is all about math. We'll have plenty of math games and activities for you and your family in the ECC All-Purpose Room! Be sure to drop by 3:15 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 25, for this fun and rewarding event!
Heard about D401's Technology Initiative but want to learn more? Don't miss the upcoming symposium at three of our schools.