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Focus 205 Community Engagement Initiative - Join the Conversation!
Beginning in September 2015, Elmhurst District 205 is launching an exciting new Community Engagement Initiative - Focus 205. This project is a collaborative conversation between the community and the school district, facilitated by ... Continue
Lunch Account Balances Migrating to MySchoolBucks - September 1
August 31, 2015, will be the last day District 205 families may check lunch balances and make food service payments to the Revtrak Webstore. Beginning September 1, lunch payments and balances will only be made and viewed through MySchoolBucks, a d... Continue
Summer Enrollment Hours
Is there a new family in your neighborhood? Please let them know that families should enroll new students beginning Tuesday, July 7 at the District 205 Center. Information about documentation needed for enrolling students can be found on... Continue
Free Summer Meals Available Through the Hunger Hotline
This summer, when school is not in session, children ages 18 and under (or disabled persons of any age) may receive healthy, free meals at summer food sites. This program is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and administered by the I... Continue
Choir Signups for 2015!
Choir signups are now occurring for the 2015-2016 school year! Choir is a class that meets every day before school and performs at a variety of events during the year. An early morning bus is available and students may be enrolled in b... Continue
Churchville Hosts GIRLS Academy
This past weekend (April 11 & 12), college students from four Panhellenic sororities at Elmhurst College hosted a GIRLS Academy at Churchville Middle School in Elmhurst. GIRLS Academy, a program written and provided by Kappa Kappa Gamma Women’s Fraternity, is a day and a half leadership retreat created for middle school girls who demonstrate leadership potential to their peers and teachers.
GIRLS, which stands for Girls Inspiring Respect, Leadership and Service, aims to build young women into strong leaders for the future. Discussions focused around personal values and decision making, self-esteem, bullying, the importance of strong mentors, how everyone can be a leader in their daily lives, and the importance of community service. Forty-five students enjoyed meaningful activities and games to learn about each concept and stayed overnight at Churchville Middle School night for a slumber party, chaperoned by Principal Gina Pogue Reeder. The college women are expected to maintain a mentoring relationship with the participating middle school students through the end of the year.
Today at Churchville
Star Educator - Ms. Skinner- Churchville Art Teacher
Congratulation to Ms. Skinner Churchville's Art teacher recognized as Star Educator for October! On November 21, Ms. Skinner was very surprised to learn that she was nominated by the parent of a ...more
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The mission of Churchville Middle School, as a partner with family and community, is to promote each student's intellectual growth while also cultivating social, emotional and physical development, to help individuals learn to make responsible choices, to foster respect for individuality and diversity, and to help students contribute to the common good within a unique and nurturing environment.