The Addison Teachers' Association (ATA) is holding a fundraiser at Dunkley's Tavern, 96 E Lake Street on Wed, Jan 29. 20% of food sales next Wed---dine in or carry out--will be donated to the Education Foundation to support minigrant projects that bring exceptional learning opportunities to ASD4 students.
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Addison School District 4 serves 4,000 preschool through eighth grade children in nine school facilities. Most of our students reside in Addison with a few living in the neighboring communities of Bensenville, Itasca, Lombard, Villa Park and Wood Dale. We are proud of the strong foundations that we provide our children to prepare them for high school and college or their careers. Eligible three to five year old children may attend the Addison Early Learning Center and 100% of our children participate in our full day kindergarten program. Our students attend one of seven (kindergarten through 5th grade) elementary schools based on the location of their residence. Families may use the address locator to identify their assigned elementary school based on their home address. All sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students attend Indian Trail Junior High School.
Bensenville School District 2 is excited to host the Students Involved with Technology (SIT) Conference for the fifth year in a row on Saturday, Feb. 22th at Blackhawk Middle School. This conference is open to all students in the surrounding area in grades 3-12. This is a student-centered conference where students present and learn from one another. Parents and guardians can register their interested 3rd-12th graders to attend the conference as participants. The registration fee includes access to the conference sessions, a conference t-shirt, snacks, and lunch.
Many thanks to everyone who participated in the ASD4 Educational Foundation's fundraising efforts at the Mayor's Ball. Thank you to the donors, diners, shoppers, and raffle ticket purchasers!
Congratulations to everyone involved with the preschool programs at the Addison Early Learning Center and Army Trail School for having achieved ExceleRate Illinois' highest rating, the Gold Circle of Quality! ExceleRate Illinois is the state's quality recognition and improvement system for early learning and development programs and it places a high priority on instructional excellence, family services, staff qualifications, professional development, and program administration. Well done!
---- CAFETERIA WORKERS are needed at ASD4 schools. Call MaryAnn at 630-458-2457 for more information.