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  • On the Road This Summer? Don't Forget Your D63 Globe!

    Posted by Janet Bishop at 6/5/2017

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    Where will the road take you this summer? Whether you're traveling around the world, across the country, or to your local parks and pools, don't forget your D63 globe.

    Our Board of Education members already have their globes and they're ready to go! Your globe came home with your student at the end of the school year. This summer, snap a photo of your student with the globe and email it to media@emsd63.org. Tell us where you are, who you are, and whether or not we should use your child's full name -- and you may see your summer adventures on our Facebook or Twitter pages!

    As a reminder, all of these instructions are on the back of the globe. Bon voyage!

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  • District PTO Welcomes D207 Career Coordinator Laura Cook

    Posted by Janet Bishop at 5/10/2017
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    On May 17 our District PTO welcomed special guest Dr. Laura Cook, Maine Township High School District 207 Career Counselor. Dr. Cook spoke about recent employment trends for college graduates and the comprehensive range of career readiness opportunities D207 high schools -- including Maine East -- offers students, from mentoring programs and internships to actual job placement. 
     
    Mark your calendar now for our next District PTO meeting! After the summer break, join us on:
     
    Thursday, September 14
    6:30 p.m.
    Nelson School
    8901 Ozanam Avenue, Niles
     
    Refreshments served, child care provided. Learn more.
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Building For Success: The Facilities Master Plan

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In 2017, District 63 is kicking off a facilities master plan to address several long-term space-related challenges. Ultimately, these changes will enable the District to better serve its families and the community.  Learn more about the plan, costs, and timeline.

Now Hiring Substitute Teachers & Teacher Assistants

Enjoy working with children? District 63 is hiring substitute teachers and teacher assistants. Substitutes must hold a bachelor’s degree or higher from a regionally-accredited institution of higher education. Teacher assistant candidates must have appropriate licensing; positions are full time during the school year. Apply online.

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