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24-Hour Attendance Line
630-617-2340

Hours

Main Office Hours:
7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Attendance Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:25 a.m. -3:25 p.m.

(7:30 a.m. - 8:18 a.m. B/O/C)

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Office Contacts

Pogue Reeder, Gina
Principal gpoguereeder@elmhurst205.org
Cunningham, Peter
Assistant Principal pcunningham@elmhurst205.org
Kragel, Mary
Lead Secretary mkragel@elmhurst205.org
Martinez-Olaguez, Viviana
Assistant Secretary
Gallegos, Maria
Parent Liaison mgallegos@elmhurst205.org
Repelin, Magdaly
School RN mrepelin@elmhurst205.org

Staff

Important Upcoming Dates

May 24 8th Grade Promotion Practice, Awards Ceremony and Field Day- Last Day of Attendance for 8th Graders
May 24 8th Grade Promotion at York High School 8:00PM
May 25

Last Day of School for 6th and 7th Graders Only - Dismissal at 11:35AM

April 30-May 24 Students!  Click Here to Recognize someone for Being Kind/Awesome!

Visit From Margaret Peterson Haddix

Blue & Gold - CHARGER NEWS

7/17/18

Financial assistance is available in the form of student fee waivers for qualified families. Apply for assistance by filling out a Request for Financial Assistance form and returning it to the main office of your child’s school, beginning the first week of August. Please click on the links below to access the appropriate form:

Elementary & Middle School

High School

2018-19 Free/Reduced Lunch Application and Instructions (Español)

Completed free/reduced lunch applications must be turned in to your child's school for initial authorization, beginning the first week of August. All applications must be on the 2018-19 form. The District cannot accept old applications. Request for Financial Assistance/Waiver of Student Fees is due by November 15, 2018.

In mid-July, over 1,000 notification letters were mailed out to students who were automatically certified for free lunches last year (2017-18). Families who have received this letter DO NOT need to apply. However, if a letter is received for one child and there are other students in the family who did not receive a letter, please call the District 205 Food Service Office at 630-617-2436 to provide further information. Be sure to keep this letter, as you may need it for other programs and benefits (Comcast Internet Essentials, Park District programs, etc.).

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7/9/18

Summer registration hours for new students are being held at the District 205 Administrative Center (162 S. York Street) on the following dates: 

  • July 9, 9 AM-3 PM

  • July 12, 1 PM-7 PM

  • July 16, 9 AM-3 PM

  • July 17, 9 AM-3 PM

  • July 18, 1 PM-7 PM

  • July 24, 1 PM-7 PM

  • July 25, 9 AM-3 PM

  • July 26, 1 PM-7 PM


The following dates will be held at the District Office for all students and at Conrad Fischer for Conrad Fischer students only:

  • July 31, 4 PM-8 PM
  • August 6, 4 PM-8 PM
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6/27/18

On Tuesday, June 19, at the Board of Education meeting, Todd Schmidt was named the new Director of Facilities for Elmhurst Community Unit School District 205. Mr. Schmidt has 18 years of experience in facilities in the Rockford Public School District, serving as the Chief Operations Officer/Executive Director of Operations since 2009.

Mr. Schmidt has directed a department of approximately 900 in-house and privately contracted employees in Facility Maintenance, Custodial Services, Transportation, Nutrition Services, Student Assignment, Materials Management, Construction Engineering and Life Safety. He was responsible for $68 million in annual operating expenditures and $250 million capital improvement plan. Additionally, he has supervised the implementation of a $250M capital improvement plan that was the result of a successful ballot initiative.

“Todd has a wealth of knowledge and experience in facility management. He will be a huge addition to our facility team, and we are looking forward to working with him,” said Chris Whelton, Assistant Superintendent for Finance and Operations.

Mr. Schmidt received the Governor’s Environment Hero Award in 2011 and is a veteran of the United States Navy.

 


 

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6/6/18

Several District 205 schools achieved a level of distinction from the Midwest PBIS Network. Churchville Middle School earned a Platinum distinction, the highest recognition possible. Churchville is one of only three middle schools in Illinois and the only DuPage County middle school to earn the Platinum distinction. A group from New Zealand will visit Churchville when they are in Chicago for the National PBIS Leadership Forum in October.

Additionally, Jackson, Lincoln and Emerson Elementary Schools earned a Gold distinction, Edison Elementary earned Silver distinction and Bryan Middle School received a Bronze distinction.

The Midwest PBIS Network supports the implementation of Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) in state, local, and community agencies throughout the Midwest. The Network encourages promoting positive school behavior and preventing behavioral problems.

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5/23/18

Do you love to sing?  We'd love to have you in choir!  New choir students can start beginning at the start of each quarter.  Sign ups for next year are occurring online now using this sign-up form!  

  • 7th/8th grade meets daily 7:30-8:15 am
  • Early morning bus is available (see side bar for schedule)
  • 6th grade meets during the school day
  • Perform two concerts a year, at the D205 Choral Festival, Veterans Day, and other informal performances
  • Learn new skills and meet new people
  • ANY student can join!  No prior experience needed.

Feel free to email or talk to Mrs. Sickinger in room 007 with any questions. Her email is lsickinger@elmhurst205.org.

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Mission

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.