EPHS News Articles
District 401 educator and Elmwood Park High School graduate Traci Krueger has been named one of the state's top teachers by the Illinois State Board of Education.
In her new letter to the community, Dr. Gauthier discusses free meal pick-ups and three remote learning planning days that have been scheduled for this fall.
Our first day of classes is Monday, Aug. 31, as District 401 opens the new school year with Remote Learning 2.0. Read Dr. Gauthier's community letter for details.
Dr. Gauthier announces the District will commit to Remote Learning 2.0 through winter break while developing plans for a return to onsite learning.
After three years of overseeing changes in curriculum and instruction, Dr. Leah Gauthier is the Board of Education's choice to succeed Dr. Nicolas Wade as District leader.
The District 401 community is invited to learn the latest about the reopening of our schools by watching any of four YouTube Live presentations July 20-23.
District 401's summer athletic camps for elementary and middle school students have been canceled for 2020, and high school athletic camps are on hold.
The Illinois State Board of Education has released guidance for schools concerning the 2020-21 school year. Dr. Wade discusses what this means for District 401.
Following up on his letter concerning racism, injustice and equity, Dr. Wade offers a number of resources for families to engage in conversations about these topics.
In the wake of protests against the killing of George Floyd, Dr. Wade discusses how District 401 can and will be advocating for equity, anti-racism and racial justice.
In this video featuring Dr. Wade and District 401's school principals, the District reaffirms its commitment to equity and equality, justice, diversity, dialogue and reflection.
Superintendent Dr. Nicolas Wade discusses the formation of a transition committee to prepare for 2020-21 and offers his appreciation to all District 401 stakeholders.
In a letter prepared for the District 401 Board of Education, Dr. Nicolas Wade summarizes the results of the District's recent survey about the impact of COVID-19.
Graduation for this year's seniors has been moved to Sunday, June 14. A "drive-in" ceremony will replace the traditional event. Principal Wildes has the details.
Information about Elmwood Park High School's end-of-year procedures for dropping off and picking up student materials is now available. Check inside for more.
District 401 is seeking stakeholder responses about learning and operations related to remote learning and COVID-19. Check inside for our feedback form.
District 401 will continue with remote learning for the rest of the 2019-20 school year following Gov. Pritzker's decision to keep schools closed due to COVID-19.
The start date for students is pushed back to Aug. 31, 2020, and the end date to June 9, 2021, but previously scheduled breaks and early release days are unchanged.
In a letter prepared for the District 401 Board of Education, Superintendent Dr. Nicolas Wade summarizes the impact of COVID-19 on current and future District operations.
District 401 Superintendent Dr. Nicolas Wade discusses remote learning expectations, changes in event dates and other matters in his new COVID-19 update.
In his latest community letter, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Nicolas Wade provides an update on remote learning and other District operations during the COVID-19 closure.
District 401 Superintendent Dr. Nicolas Wade's new update provides clarifications on e-learning and "Act of God," as well as answers to frequently asked questions.
In his new community letter, Superintendent Dr. Nicolas Wade provides additional details about learning and operations during District 401's school closures.
Superintendent Dr. Nicolas Wade announces that District 401 schools will close beginning March 16 and shift to e-learning due to the coronavirus.
With the coronavirus increasingly at the forefront of national news, Superintendent Dr. Nicolas Wade discusses how the District is ensuring student health and safety.