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Churchville Family Letter 4/17/2015
Dear Friends and Family of Churchville,
Spring has sprung at Churchville! Our track season has officially kicked off this week. Our PE classes had their annual Rollerblading unit which is always a great time. Our 8th graders... Continue
Elmhurst Commission on Youth Job/Volunteer Fair Resources
Hundreds of students attended the first annual Youth Job/Volunteer Fair on April 15, sponsored by the Elmhurst Commission on Youth, along with partnering agencies – the Elmhurst Park District, Elmhurst Public Library, District 205, the YMCA,... Continue
PTA: Help Needed for Teacher Appreciation Week
Teacher Appreciation Week is fast approaching during the week of May 4 and we need your help! There are several ways to contribute:
You can make a monetary donation. Mark an envelope Churchville PTA T/A; cash and checks are accepted (chec... Continue
PTA Council Scholarship: Ice Cream Fundraiser on April 23
It's a great day for ice cream.
The Elmhurst PTA Council Scholarship Committee is hosting an ice cream fundraiser on Thursday, April 23 at both Oberweis and Cold Stone Creamery. Print the attached form and submit it when you purchase your t... Continue
Baby photos of 8th graders needed
Ms. Skinner, Churchville’s art teacher, is collecting baby photos of 8th grade students to include in a slideshow she’s preparing that will play during their graduation ceremony rehearsal. Please email a digital photo (jpeg format pref... 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.