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  • Mr. Roberson Comes to Stevenson!

    Posted by Janet Bishop on 9/19/2017


    Students at Stevenson had a surprise guest reader on September 11, when D63 Assistant Superintendent of Teaching & Learning Aaron Roberson stopped by to share a book. The visit was part of a full morning he spent at the school, meeting with teachers, observing classrooms, and getting to know the students. 

    Stevenson was one stop on a planned "tour of schools" Roberson is taking as he jumps into his new position (Roberson was previously Principal of Apollo School). The goal is to gain an indepth perspective of all seven D63 schools - their students, teaching, and classroom environments.

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  • Apollo Families Celebrate With a Picnic!

    Posted by Janet Bishop on 9/15/2017


    The playground was jam packed on September 14 as Apollo families and staff gathered for a Back-to-School picnic on a beautiful evening. While students shot baskets, spun hulu hoops, clambered over the play equipment, and acquired some awesome face painted works of art, parents chatted, connected with teachers, and checked out the spirit wear.

    All enjoyed the chance to linger in the warm autumn air, listen to music, nosh on pizza and other goodies, and just spend time together as a school community. 

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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.