District 401 News & Announcements


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The girls track & field team dedicated some of its extra time during spring break to Feed My Starving Children, a nonprofit that sends food to more than 70 nations.

The Board of Education has approved the move to full-day kindergarten in 2020-21, with no new funding required from taxpayers. Check inside for details on the changes!

Twenty different athletic camps covering 10 sports will be offered this summer at EPHS. From elementary to high school students, there's a camp for just about anyone!

This year's spring musical is Disney's "The Little Mermaid." Come out to EPHS March 15-17 and relive your favorite numbers from Ariel, Sebastian and the rest of the cast!

Changes are on the way for District 401's summer programs for grades K-7, including free tuition! The 2019 Summer Academy will run June 3 to July 3 at John Mills.

From more than 550 nominees, EPHS special education teacher Joshua Heinen has been named a finalist for one of the state's most prestigious teaching honors.

Nico Di Naso, an Elmwood 6th grader, topped this year's field of 28 competitors to win the District Spelling Bee, and classmate Steve Rodriguez took second place.

Could your child benefit from the preschool programs available at the ECC? Find out by arranging for a free preschool screening in early March. Read on to learn more.

Elm Middle School will house grades 6-8 by the start of the 2020-21 school year. What will the expanded and renovated building look like? Check inside for a sneak peek.

Elm's move to 1:1 computing will take place right after winter break, a full semester sooner than originally planned. Chromebooks will be distributed on Jan. 7.