Elmwood Elementary News
The Elmwood PATT's first Scholastic Book Fair of 2017-18 will run from Monday, Oct. 2, to Friday, Oct. 6. The theme is "Wild West — Saddle Up and Read!" Check inside for more.
With the school year in full swing, you've probably noticed a few new faces among the Elmwood faculty. If you haven't already met them, check inside to learn more about Ms. Sohl, Heck, Wolff and Windisch!
If you missed Elmwood's Curriculum Kickoff for parents, don't worry! The slide presentation with information for a great 2017-18 school year is available for downloading.
Just a reminder that Picture Day will be Thursday, Sept. 14. Please order your photos ahead of time and make sure your student brings the required payment on Picture Day.
It was standing-room only in the Elmwood cafeteria Wednesday morning as parents got a preview of what to expect for their children during the 2017-18 school 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.
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.
Andrew Ticao won the Elmwood Park Spelling Bee for the second straight year as students from Mills and Elmwood demonstrated their spelling skills yet again.
Who's the best speller among District 401's elementary school students? We'll find out Friday, Jan. 20, when the annual Elmwood Park Spelling Bee takes place at Elmwood School, with 30 students competing.
Heard about D401's Technology Initiative but want to learn more? Don't miss the upcoming symposium at three of our schools.