• Our school is part of the larger North Shore School District 112 family, made up of 8 elementary schools, 3 middle schools and one early childhood center.  There are several ways to keep up with news in the district:

The district also sends out two monthly email newsletters:  The Superintendent’s Message and The View.  If you have shared your email address with us, you are automatically subscribed.  To add an email address, click here. Important news is also shared through Blackboard Connect email and phone messages.  We do not currently send text messages, but are working on updating our system to do so.

  • District Handbook: Earlier this week, parents of all students should have received an email from Superintendent Behlow that contained a link to the District Handbook as well as a short questionnaire. One parent per student should respond.  Please take a few moments to do so if you haven’t already. If you didn’t receive the email, please check with your school secretary to make sure we have a correct email address on file for you.

  • Drive Safely--Observe the Hands-Free Cell Phone Law:  The Highland Park Police Department will be joining forces with the Deerfield, Winnetka, Highwood, Lake Forest and Waukegan Police Departments from August 26 through August 30 to  enforce and educate drivers on hand-held cell phone use.  Drivers are prohibited from using their cell phones while driving, unless used in conjunction with a hands-free device.

News from the 112 Education Foundation:

  • World renowned storyteller Donald Davis will perform for all 4th-8th grade classrooms during the week of Sept. 9.  He will also give one community performance at 7 p.m. Wednesday, September 11th at the Elm Place Auditorium.  Join us so you can experience first-hand what your children will be raving about.  Seating is limited, so order your tickets now on the Foundation website at www.112foundation.org.  Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students under 18.