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The school is proud of its AP program, which offers 28 different courses and of which 80 percent of students enroll in at least one. It isn’t just academics on campus, however. The performing and fine arts departments are widely regarded as among the best in the country.
As part of the Freshman Mentor program, all ninth grade students meet four days a week in small groups with an adult to help them adjust to high school. For the duration of their high school career, each student is allocated to one of three “houses” at random. Each “home” has a student support team that meets once a week to ensure that the school intervenes quickly when a student is having an academic or social problem.
The school, which has recently been recognized nationally for its efforts in helping others, places a strong emphasis on community service. Students participate in a number of events, including an annual Give-A-Thon, holiday presents for poor families, baby products for expectant mothers, and a food drive that brings in enough food to feed the local food pantry for six months.
District 58 extends its best wishes to the 21 staff who will be retiring this school year. This community has collectively contributed 475 years of dedicated service to District 58. District 58 expresses its gratitude to its retirees for their many sacrifices and hard work, and wishes them the best of luck in their future endeavors!
During the ceremony, the group honored 24 staff members who had earned DSA nominations, as well as this year’s DSA winners: Katelyn Morgan, O’Neill BEST Program Teacher, and Elynn Cunningham, Kingsley Acting Principal.
District 58 encourages all students to set aside some time per day to learn and practice math.
Keeping young minds busy and learning all summer long needs at least 20 minutes of reading and 10 minutes of math practice.
The club is a summer-long incentive-based curriculum designed to keep math brains sharp. Throughout the summer, students can win fun prizes. More details about this club will be available in your District email on May 30.
For this year’s Summer Reading Program, District 58 is pleased to collaborate with the Downers Grove Public Library. Students who keep track of their reading this summer will win fun library prizes! The library sent out reminders about the Summer Reading Program to students earlier this month.