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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)

Parent Links

Office Contacts

Pogue Reeder, Gina
Cunningham, Peter
Assistant Principal
Kragel, Mary
Lead Secretary
Haugan, Marina
Assistant Secretary
Gallegos, Maria
Parent Liaison
Weppner, Katie
School Nurse


Important Upcoming Dates


May 20 Spring Orchestra Concert 7:00 - 8:30 PM (Blue gym)
May 26 8th Grade Promotion 8:00 PM at York High School
May 27 Last Day of School for 6th & 7th Grades -  Dismissal at 11:35AM

Blue & Gold - CHARGER NEWS


Is there a new family in your neighborhood? Please let them know that families should enroll new students beginning Tuesday, July 12 at the District 205 Center. Information about documentation needed for enrolling students can be found on the New Student Enrollment page.

July 12, 8 a.m. - noon

July 14, noon - 4 p.m.

July 18, 8 a.m. - noon

July 20, noon - 4 p.m.

July 22, 8 a.m. - noon

July 26, noon - 4 p.m.

July 27, 8 a.m. - noon

July 28, noon - 4 p.m.

Grades 9-12:
York High School (by appointment, call 630-617-2487)


Madison Early Childhood Center (by appointment, call 630-617-2385)

Evening enrollment hours will be held on August 2 and August 8 from 4 to 8 PM at the District 205 Center and at Conrad Fischer Elementary, 888 N. Wilson, during those same dates and times (for students attending Fischer only).


It is hard to believe we are in our final week of school!  As we close out the 2015-2016 school year, please take this opportunity to search the house for missing library books. Replacing library books is an expensive and time consuming undertaking.  Please help us keep our library strong and stocked. We appreciate your assistance in locating and returning missing books by Monday.  Also, please look at your child’s lunch account to ensure that there is not a negative balance. Again, we appreciate all of your assistance and cooperation.


We have a very exciting week for our Class of 2016! They will be receiving their gowns on Monday.  Please take them out of their packaging prior to the ceremony.  They will be wrinkled. I wanted to give a special reminder to all those coming to our promotion ceremony at York High School to arrive no earlier than 7:30pm. While we will all be excited and anxious to arrive and begin our celebration, Bryan Middle School will be finishing their ceremony which starts at 6:00pm. If you arrive before 7:15 PM there will be no parking available.  If you arrive at 7:30, there will be ample parking. Another request for promotion night will be to refrain from bringing balloons. Balloons can obstruct the view of others, so please leave your balloons at home. We want everyone to enjoy the wonderful ceremony on May 26th.

Please feel free to contact the office with any questions.


Due to the ample seating available in the Green & White gym, we do not issue tickets for general admission. Handicapped seating on the main floor will be available to our guests. Please contact the school office if you should need handicapped seating for anyone in your party, as those seats are limited and will require tickets. Please note that those needing handicapped seating can receive one additional pass to accompany them in the handicapped seating area and the remaining persons in your party will be seated in the bleachers.


The PTA will be sponsoring a reception in the York Commons immediately following the ceremony, which will be a great place to take pictures. A professional photographer will be present to take pictures of students as they receive their diploma.  These pictures will be available for purchase and to take home at the photography table in the York Commons after the ceremony. The cost for a framed 5 x 7 photo is $15.00 or 2 photos for $20.00.  The high school will open at 7:15 p.m. and all graduates should meet in the South Gym no later than 7:30 pm.  Parking will be available in all York High School parking lots. The lots have considerable handicapped parking spaces. If these spots fill, there is a drive through lane for drop off prior to parking your car.


This year our Churchville Library sponsored its 12th annual All School Read.  This experience has joined hundreds of Chargers together through reading.   Students and staff who participated have had their photos displayed in a collage outside the library.  This year’s All School Read was the book I am a Taxi.  We would like to thank all Chargers who took the time to read the book.  When looking at our All School Read think about this:  One School One Book, Three grade levels, Two Hundred and Five Pages, Three Hundred and Forty Eight Student Readers, Fifty Four Adult Readers, One brave boy named Diego, One amazing author, Deborah Ellis, One Supportive PTA, Our CMS All School Read Two Thousand and Sixteen.


We can’t wait to see how many Chargers will be a part of next year’s All School Read!!


Have a wonderful weekend!




Gina Pogue Reeder, Principal




Churchville Events 5/23/16 – 5/27/16



Academic Study Hall 3:30-4:20
Computer Lab - *must have a note* 3:30-4:20
Industrial Tech 3:30-4:20
Student Council 3:30-4:20
7th & 8th Grade Soccer Intramurals 3:30-4:20


Invention Convention 10:00 3:20
Middle School Marching Band Practice @ Sandburg 2:45-4:00
8th Grade Only Locker Clean Out 3:15-3:25
Academic Study Hall 3:30-4:20
Computer Lab - *must have a note* 3:30-4:20
Intermediate Band & Orchestra Rehearsals 3:30-4:30
Math Tutor Tables-*By Invitation Only* 3:30-4:20
6th Grade Boys Soccer Intramurals 3:30-4:20


8th Grade Movie @ Bensenville 8:30
8th Grade Field Day after the Movie at Churchville till 3:25
Middle School Marching Band Practice @ Sandburg 2:45-4:00
Academic Study Hall 3:30-4:20
Computer Lab - *must have a note* 3:30-4:20
Math Tutor Tables - * By Invitation Only* 3:30-4:20


Last Day for 8th Grade School Attendance
8th Grade Promotion Practice @ York High School 8:40
8th Grade Awards Assembly 1:50-3:20
6th & 7th Grade Locker Clean Up 3:15-3:25
Yearbook Club Meeting 3:30-4:20
Churchville Promotion @ York Community High School 8:00 PM


May Spirit Day – Mismatched Day
Last Day for 6th & 7th Grade School Attendance Students are dismissed @ 11:30 AM




Churchville PTA News

  • Message from Carrie Greene - Outgoing PTA President
  • Purchase Now:  School Supply Boxes for 2016-2017 school year
  • Don’t Forget to Register for the 4th Annual Churchville Charge!



Message from Carrie Greene - Outgoing PTA President

Dear Churchville Community,

I would like to thank this year’s PTA board for their time, energy and commitment to Churchville. Most of these fabulous people will be continuing on as board members next year. Please join me in thanking the following parents for their efforts in the PTA this year:


  • Stephanie Eder – President Elect
  • Nikki Gran - VP of Fair Share/Membership
  • Kari Levine - VP of Events/Programs
  • Mina Krauter – Treasurer
  • Karen Meyer – Secretary


Also, I would like to wish Karen Meyer all the best as a York parent and welcome Ana Nichols (President Elect) and Jim Caffrey (Secretary) to the PTA board for 2016-2017. Stephanie Eder will be next year’s PTA President.  Many thanks to these individuals, for stepping forward to undertake such important duties at Churchville.


Finally, my tremendous gratitude goes to all of the parents, teachers, and staff who have put in countless hours on social events, dances, honor roll breakfasts, appreciations, library duties, outdoor beautification, after school/weekend clubs and programs, and numerous other activities. Our school continues to be a spectacular place due to the ongoing support that has been provided to our students. We can all take Charger pride in our stellar school and in the excellent relationships that have been created across our entire school community.


Have a great end of year and hope all new, current, and past Chargers have a wonderful summer!


Carrie Greene
PTA President 2015-2016


Purchase Now:  School Supply Boxes for 2016-2017 school year
I know what you’re thinking… What will it be this year?  That one item on your child’s back to school list that cannot be found.  Not at any store, not anywhere on line.  When you order your back to school supply kit from 1st Day School Supplies, you receive the exact supplies your teacher requested delivered in a custom kit for your child!  So, this year, don’t worry about the purple plastic folder with pockets and prongs!  1st Day School Supplies has you covered!



Don’t Forget to Register for the 4th Annual Churchville Charge!
The fourth annual Churchville Charge will be held on August 20, 2016, and registration is open now! Spots go fast, so be sure to click here to register between now and June 15 to reserve your team’s spot! This event is a great opportunity for current and future Churchville families to get to know each other while supporting future Churchville PTA programs throughout the school year. 
You can also support the Charge through raffle basket donations or as a sponsor. If you have a service or item you’d like to donate for the raffle, contact Monica Anderson at To become a Churchville Charge sponsor, contact Julie Deely at




¡Es difícil creer que estamos en nuestra última semana de clases! Como cerraremos el año escolar 2015-16, por favor tome esta oportunidad para buscar la casa los libros perdidos de la biblioteca. El remplazo los libros de la biblioteca es costoso y requiere mucho tiempo. Por favor, ayúdennos a mantener fuerte y abastecida nuestra biblioteca. Agradecemos su ayuda en la localización y devolución de libros que faltan antes del lunes. También, por favor revise la cuenta de almuerzo de su niño  para asegurar que no tenga un saldo negativo. Una vez más, agradecemos a todos su asistencia y cooperación.



¡Tendremos  una semana muy emocionante para nuestra clase de 2016! Van a recibir sus batas para el lunes. Por favor saque la bata del paquete  antes de la ceremonia y asegúrese que no esté muy arrugada. Quiero dar un aviso especial a todos aquellos que vienen a nuestra ceremonia de Promoción en York High School para que no lleguen  más temprano de las 7:30pm. Sabemos que todos estaremos entusiasmados y ansiosos por llegar y comenzar nuestra celebración, pero la Secundaria Bryan estará terminando su ceremonia que comienza a las 6:00pm. Si llega antes de las 7:15 no habrá estacionamiento disponible. Pero  si llega a las 7:30 habrá un amplio aparcamiento. Otra solicitud  para  la noche de promoción es que se  abstenga de traer globos si es posible. Globos pueden obstruir la vista de los demás, así que por favor deje sus globos en casa. Queremos que todo el mundo disfrute de la maravillosa ceremonia celebrada el 26 de mayo. Por favor siéntase libre de ponerse en contacto con la oficina con cualquier pregunta.



Debido a los amplios asientos disponibles en el Gimnasio Verde y Blanco no podemos emitir boletos de admisión general para los  asientos en este evento. Asientos especiales  de discapacitados están disponibles para nuestros invitados. Póngase en contacto con la oficina de la escuela si usted necesita boletos de discapacidad para alguno de sus acompañantes, estos  asientos son limitados y se  requieren de boletos. Por favor tenga en cuenta que las personas que necesiten asientos de discapacitados pueden recibir un pase adicional para un acompañante en esta área y el resto de sus invitados deberán  sentarse en el área de las gradas.



La PTA patrocinará una recepción con galletas en el York Commons después de la ceremonia, en el cual será un excelente lugar para tomar fotografías. Un fotógrafo profesional estará presente para tomar fotografías mientras los estudiantes reciben su diploma. Estas fotos estarán disponibles para que las compre y las lleve a casa.  La mesa del fotógrafo  estará en el pasillo principal después de la ceremonia. El costo de una foto con cuadro 5 x 7 es $15.00 o 2 fotos por $20.00 La preparatoria se abrirá a las 7:30 p.m. y todos los alumnos deben de juntarse en el Gimnasio del Sur, no más tarde  de las 7:30 pm.  El estacionamiento de la Preparatoria York estará disponible para su uso. La escuela tiene pocos  espacios para estacionamiento de hándicap. Si todos los lugares están  llenos, hay  un lugar donde pueden manejar  en frente del edificio y dejar que bajen antes que estacione su vehículo en el estacionamiento.



Este año nuestra Biblioteca de Churchville patrocino su 12vo año de de Toda la Escuela Leen. Esta experiencia ha unido a cientos de Chargers  juntos a través de la lectura. Los estudiantes y el personal que participaron tienen sus fotografías mostradas en un collage fuera de la biblioteca. Este año fue el libro de lectura escolar Soy Un Taxi. Nos gustaría agradecer a todos los Chargers  que se tomaron el tiempo para leer el libro. Cuando nos mires  esto de Toda la Escuela Lee piense en esto: Una Escuela, Un Libro, Tres diferentes Grados, Doscientos y Cinco Páginas, Trescientos Cuarenta y Ocho Estudiantes Lectores, Cincuenta y Cuatro Lectores Adultos, un valiente chico llamado Diego, un fantástico autor, Deborah Ellis, Una PTA Colaborativa, es nuestra CMS Toda la Escuela Lee Dos Mil y Dieciséis



¡No podemos esperar para ver cuántos Chargers serán parte del próximo año de Toda la Escuela Lee!!   

¡Que tengan un maravilloso fin de semana!






Gina Pogue Reeder, La Directora




Eventos en Churchville 5/23/16 - 5/27/16



Salón de Estudio Académico 3:30-4:20
Laboratorio de Computadora- *debe tener una nota* 3:30-4:20
Tecnología Industrial 3:30-4:20
Concilio de Estudiantes 3:30-4:20
Soccer 7mo y 8v Grado 3:30-4:20


Invención Convención 10:00 3:20
Practica de la Banda de Marcha de la Secundaria @ Sandburg 2:45-4:00
Limpieza de los Casilleros/ Locker – Solo 8vo Grado 3:15-3:25
Salón de Estudio Académico 3:30-4:20
Laboratorio de Computadora - *debe tener una nota* 3:30-4:20
Ensayo de la Orquesta y la Banda Intermedia 3:30-4:30
Tutor de Matemáticas-*Sólo por invitación* 3:30-4:20
Soccer 6to Grado 3:30-4:20


8to Grado Película @ Bensenville 8:30
8vo Grado Día de Campo después de la película en Churchville hasta las 3:25
Practica de la Banda de Marcha de la Secundaria @ Sandburg  2:45-4:00
Salón de Estudio Académico 3:30-4:20
Laboratorio de Computadora - *debe tener una nota* 3:30-4:20 
Tutor de Matemáticas - * sólo por invitación* 3:30-4:20


Último día de Asistencia en la Escuela  8vo Grado
Practica de Promoción de 8vo Grado @ York High School 8:40 am
Asamblea de Premios 8vo Grado 1:50-3:20
Limpieza de Casilleros para 6to y 7mo Grado  3:15-3:25
Reunión del Club del Libro Anual 3:30-4:20
Ceremonia de Promoción de Churchville  @ York High School 8:00 PM


Ultimo Día de Espíritu Escolar - Día Vestir Combinado
Último día de clases para 6mo y 7vo grado los estudiantes serán despedidos @ 11:30 AM




Noticias de la PTA de Churchville

  • Mensaje de Carrie Greene – Presidente saliente de PTA
  • Ordene su caja de Útiles escolares 2016-2017 – ahora
  • ¡No olvide Registrarse para la 4ta Carrera Anual de Churchville Charge!



Mensaje de Carrie Greene – Presidente Saliente  de la PTA

Estimada Comunidad de Churchville, 

Quiero agradecer a la Junta de PTA por su tiempo compartido en este año escolar, por toda su  energía y compromiso con Churchville. La mayoría de esta maravillosas continuaran como miembros de la junta para el próximo año. Por favor, únase a mí para agradecer a los siguientes padres por sus esfuerzos en la PTA este año:


  • Stephanie Eder - Presidente Electo 
  • Nikki Gran - VP Fair Share/Membrecia
  • Kari Levine - VP  Eventos/Programas 
  • Mina Krauter - Tesorero 
  • Karen Meyer – Secretario


Además, me gustaría desear a Karen Meyer todo lo mejor como padre de York,  darle la bienvenida a la Junta de la PTA del 2016-2017 a Ana Nichols (Presidente Electo) y Jim Caffrey (Secretario). Stephanie Eder es la Presidente de la PTA del próximo año escolar. Muchas gracias a estas personas para dar un paso adelante para realizar esas importantes tareas en Churchville. 


Por último, mi enorme agradecimiento a todos los padres, maestros y personal que han dedicado innumerables horas en eventos sociales, bailes, honor roll desayunos, apreciaciones, deberes, biblioteca, embellecimiento de  los jardines de la escuela , clubs y programas de fin de semana y muchas otras actividades. Nuestra escuela sigue siendo un lugar espectacular debido al continuo apoyo que han prestado a nuestros estudiantes. Todos podemos sentir orgullo de ser un Charger de nuestra escuela y de estelarizar excelentes relaciones que se han creado en toda nuestra comunidad escolar.


Que tengan un gran final de año - ¡Esperamos que todos los nuevos, actuales y pasados Chargers tengan un maravilloso verano!


Carrie Greene
Presidente de la PTA 2015-16


Ordene su caja de Útiles escolares 2016-2017 – ahora
Sé lo que está pensando… ¿Cómo será este año? Que artículo de la lista de útiles no ha encontrado. No tendrá que preocuparse si no los encuentra  cuando tome la decisión de ordenar su caja de útiles escolares por el internet en 1st Day School Supplies en el siguiente sitio:, al hacerlo usted recibirá exactamente lo requerido por los profesores. ¡Así que este año no se preocupe por el folder morado de plástico con bolsillos y hoyos! ¡ le tiene todo cubierto!



¡No olvide Registrarse para la 4ta Carrera Anual de Churchville Charge!
¡Las registraciones para el evento de este año ya están abiertas para la Carrera de Charger el 20 de agosto asegúrese de ingresar al sitio siguiente para inscribirse click here to register! Usted puede apoyar esta causa donando un servicio o producto a nuestras  canastas de rifas. Esta canastas son sorteadas en la fiesta posterior a la carrera en Fitz's, todos los fondos y ganancias obtenidas serán para beneficio de Churchville. Póngase en contacto con Mónica Anderson en  para más detalles. Si a usted le gustaría patrocinar la carrera, póngase en contacto con Julie Deely a para más detalles.


The DuPage East Illinois PTA Reflections art competition selected nine Elmhurst School District 205 art projects to advance to the Illinois PTA Reflections competition, where students’ artwork and creativity were featured among the top young artists in the state. The PTA Reflections art competition annually invites students nationwide to reflect on a common theme and create original works of art in the categories of dance choreography, film production, literature, music composition, photography and visual arts. This year’s theme was “Let Your Imagination Fly…”


The following nine Elmhurst District 205 students advanced to the state competition:

  • Isabella DeBlasio Sandburg Middle School, in the Film category for her film, "A Dragon’s Story.” Isabella received Honorable Mention at State.
  • Ella Glosner - Jefferson Elementary School, in the Literature category for her piece, "If Animals Could Talk.” Ella received Honorable Mention at State.
  • Ella Glosner - Jefferson Elementary School, in the Visual Arts category for her artwork, "Rainbow Trees.”
  • Morgan Hrody - Jackson Elementary School, in the Literature category for her piece, "Limitless.”
  • Sydney Lee - Jackson Elementary School, in the Literature category for her piece, "Tour the World in an Elevator.”
  • Victoria Lynch - Edison Elementary School, in the Photography category for her artwork, "Come Fly With Me.”
  • Brigid O’Brien Sandburg Middle School, in the Visual Arts category for her artwork, “Limitless.” Brigid received Honorable Mention at State.
  • Noveena Thakar - Jefferson Elementary School, in the Literature category for her piece, “It’s A Big Surprise.”
  • Grace Wang - Hawthorn Elementary School, in the Visual Arts category for her artwork, "One Starry Night.”

Kudos to these District 205 students, who advanced to the regional competition:

  • Jackie Fisher, Julia Jardon, Kevin Schultz – Bryan Middle School
  • Angelica Palomino – Churchville Middle School
  • Madeline Hsieh - Edison Elementary School
  • Lilliana Costa, Oliver Jacobs, Cynthia Trajevski – Emerson Elementary School
  • Camryn Adams, Alexandra El Etr-Garofalo, Kieran Goldstein, Darby Helm, Miles Locigno, PJ MLafferty, Edith Piacenza, Keil Rosen, Casidy Wehrle - Field Elementary School
  • Mikayla Southwell - Jackson Elementary School
  • Ella Glosner, Nikhita Thakar - Jefferson Elementary School

Area students were recognized for their artistic achievement in the PTA Reflections program at a ceremony hosted by the DuPage East Region of Illinois PTA on May 11th at the Glenn Westlake Middle School in Lombard, IL.


by Michelle Wehrle, District 205 PTA Council Reflections Chairman


This summer, when school is not in session, children ages 18 and under may receive healthy, free meals (breakfast and lunch) at Conrad Fischer Elementary and Churchville Middle Schools. Sponsored by the National School Lunch Program, these meals are available to all area children in need and will be served Monday through Thursday from June 8 to July 13 (with the exception of Monday, July 4).


Breakfast will be served at Fischer from 9:00 to 9:15 AM and in the foyer at Churchville from 9:30 to 9:45. Lunch will be served at Fischer from 10:45 to 11:00 AM and in the foyer at Churchville from 11:15 to 11:30 AM.


Members of the District 205 Middle School Task Force (MSTF) presented their Annual Report to the Board of Education on May 10, 2016 regarding their work this school year, as well as the results of the recent District Management Council (DMC) survey of the parents of middle school students, 31% of whom also have children currently enrolled at York High School.

Superintendent Dr. David Moyer introduced his co-chair of the Middle School Task Force, Michele Bowles (Bryan), as well as Katy Padberg (Elmhurst Teachers’ Council President and a teacher at Sandburg), middle school principals Linda Fehrenbacher (Sandburg), Jackie Discipio (Bryan) and Gina Pogue Reeder (Churchville), along with presenters Michelle Kalchik (Bryan) and Dr. Carrie Emrikson (Sandburg). The MSTF includes additional staff from the three middle schools – six from each – who represent a variety of disciplines and all three grade levels, sixth through eighth.

The idea of a Middle School Task Force came out of the most recent negotiated agreement between the Board of Education and the Elmhurst Teachers’ Council. The purpose of the Task Force is to define the philosophy of the D205 Middle School Program. Facets of implementation and development of consistency across the middle schools shall incorporate the following guiding principles:

  • Use research-based, best practices for learning and teaching;
  • Consider individual needs of students while maintaining consistency across middle school buildings; and 
  • Communicate clearly the specific reasons for any changes.

The District Management Council’s proposal, presented to the Board of Education last September, was to:

  • Codify the school’s priorities and theory of action for serving students
  • Review each school’s program offering, use of time, and schedules
  • Review supports and services for struggling and gifted students
  • Review the cost-effectiveness of staffing patterns and practices
  • Create and help implement a phased-over-time plan for continuous improvement

MSTF timeline and process:

  • August: TA reached on certain contractual items, including Middle School Task Force
  • September: Board approves consulting contract with District Management Council
  • September: Communication with MS faculties (Bowles, Moyer, Padberg, Jim Woell)
  • October: ETC identifies members for MTSF to include representation from all buildings and content areas
  • October: Initial organizational meeting of MSTF
  • November: DMC conducts Focus Group interviews of approximately 100 employee and parent stakeholder groups
  • January: DMC conducts MS Time Study
  • January - March: MSTF studies District Student Achievement Objectives and best educational practices to include Professional Learning Communities, Effect Size Research, Assessment, Middle School Philosophy, Interventions, and identifies core values
  • March: DMC presents findings
  • April: Parents survey conducted to elicit feedback on findings of study; MSTF identifies current building practices related to interventions
  • May: MSTF begins action planning for next steps

Parent Survey Results:

  • the survey was sent to 3,157 unique email addresses, representing 1,999 middle school students; about 31% of the respondents also have a child at York High School
  • 390 parents took the survey (an approximately 12% return rate)
  • 38% of the parents ranked instructional coaching as the top opportunity for the District to consider pursuing
  • An overwhelming majority of parents expressed an interest in learning more about the four opportunities for growth presented in the survey
  • Open responses fell into five general categories
  • Results will be included into a final report, which will be posted publicly
  • Additional opportunities for input and feedback: Middle School Task Force Website and Fall parent meetings

The opportunities gaining the most traction among parents taking the survey were:

  • Coaching for general education teachers to support continued professional development in lesson planning and responding to a wide variety of students' needs in the classroom (known as differentiated instruction)
  • Creation of an intervention/enrichment block in order to provide dedicated time for struggling students to gain grade-level mastery, as well as opportunities for increased enrichment for students on or above grade-level.

Overall, parents expressed an interest in learning more; communication continues to be an important part of this work. Plans call for each middle school to hold parent information nights next fall to discuss the work of the Task Force, answer questions and gather ideas.


The Board took no action and will continue to hear reports and recommendations from the Middle School Task Force. The work of the Middle School Task Force (including a summary of survey results) is featured as part of the new District 205 Committees website. To access the Middle School Task Force tab directly, click here.

While the survey collected many open-text box comments from parents, which the District continues to read through and analyze in depth, there will be opportunity for further feedback through a comments box accessible from the Middle School Task Force pages. Parents are urged to share any and all ideas related to the Middle School Program on the comments page or submit a question to be added to the FAQ page.

To view the May 10 Board of Education meeting online, please visit


The last day of school was approved at the April 26 Board of Education meeting. Due to a mild winter, and no other weather-related incidents, the five emergency days, which are built into the school calendar, have not been used. Below are the student dismissal times. Also, you will find attached a day by day, end of the school year calendar. 

May 23

  • Freshman, Sophomore, Junior last day of school at the conclusion of exams.

May 26

  • Last day of attendance for early childhood and AM/PM kindergarten students.
  • Last day of attendance for 8th grade

May 27

  • Last day of school for grades 1-5.  Early dismissal at 11:15 a.m.
  • Last day of school for grades 6 and 7.  Early dismissal at 11:35 a.m.

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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.