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Published by vbradley, 2019-12-11 11:14:11

December 11, 2019 BIDE

December 11, 2019 BIDE

December 11, 2019—7

South Holland School District 151, (708) 339-1516

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Biweekly District Events Newsletter

A biweekly publication providing the latest school and community
events to help keep our readers informed.

Thanksgiving – this is a holi- Taft’s Preschool for All program has been awarded ExceleR-
day that is recognized by most ate Illinois Gold Circle of Quality. This is the highest desig-
people around the world. Fam- nation the State of Illinois bestows on Early Learning pro-
ilies and friends gather around grams. Taft’s Preschool Teachers were recognized for their
a meal to give thanks for the commitment to providing quality early childhood education
many things they are grateful to children in our district. Taft will keep the Gold Circle of
for. Quality designation until our next state monitoring visit in
2022. We are so proud of this great accomplishment.
Taft School started their
Thanksgiving break by first Principal Wilson
providing for families in need
by collecting and donating 5Essential Survey - December 10 - February 14, 2020
over 900 canned goods and
non-perishable food items to
Restoration Ministries located
in Harvey, Illinois.

Taft School held their pre-Thanksgiving
dinner with their friends and teachers.

Eisenhower School held their Family Reading Night (FRN)
where they continue to engage their parents and students in
activities that they can do at home. Eisenhower’s FRN also
increases the involvement of the family members in the edu-
cation of their children.



The Special Olympics Basket-
ball Team beat the Kirby School

District, 24-6!

M Madison’s Student Council collected over 850
canned goods and non-perishable items dur-
ing their annual Holiday Food Drive.





The First grade students of Taft School took a field trip to learn
about the universe. They traveled to the Adler Planetarium.
The Adler Planetarium is a public museum dedicated to the study of
astronomy and astrophysics. It was founded in 1930 by Chicago busi-
ness leader Max Adler. It is located on the northeast tip of Northerly
Island at the shore of Lake Michigan in Chicago, Illinois. wikipedia


Taft Kindergarten
students enjoyed
the play Camp
Wonderland at
The Theater at the

Coolidge Lady Tigers competed in
the Girls Basketball Region Finals.

Madison Student Council Members decorated the a
Christmas tree in Veterans Park for the Village of
South Holland’s Winter Wonderland road to Santa.

December 23-January 6th
Intersession January 7-10th

District Winter Band Concert

The Men of Madison Students The Lades of Madison Intellec-
with Academic Pride tual Student Scholars (MISS)
(MSWAP) traveled to the traveled to the Black Ensemble
Greenhouse Theater Center to Theater to see the production
see “Land of Forgotten Toys “The Other Cinderella”.
Very Bloody Christmas Carol”.


Board of Education
Lanell Gilbert, President
Patrice Burton, Vice President
Loretta Wells, Secretary
Victor Jones, Member
Mary Johnson, Member
Joda Boykin, Member
Cynthia Shane, Member

District Administration
Teresa D. Hill, Ed.D, Superintendent

Paul D. Woehlke, Assistant Superintendent /CSBO
Kathryn Varner, Director of Curriculum, Assessment and Professional Development

Kyle W.G. Alston, Director of Information Technology
Warren Chestang, Facilities & Safety Coordinator
Anthony Palomo, ELL Program Director

District Public Relations and Communications

Mrs. Vanessa Bradley, Public Relations and Community Coordinator

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