Western Springs School District 101
The Illinois State Board of Education nominated McClure as one of twenty schools from our State to be considered by the Department of Education for what is considered to be the highest award given to a school for sustained excellence in student performance and/or improvement over time. In receiving this award, it is important to know:
* McClure is one of 304 public/private schools named in 2010, out of 132,000 public/private schools across the U.S.
* 420 schools were nominated by their States for this award. The 304 schools named represents 72.4% of those nominated.
* Illinois had 19 schools recognized for this award; 9 were middle schools.
* There were 84 middle schools recognized from across the country.
Principal Dan Chick and a teacher representative from McClure will be recognized at a ceremony presided by Secretary Duncan in Washington, DC on November 15 and 16.
You can find more information on the National Blue Ribbon School Award at the link below:
WESTERN SPRINGS SCHOOL DISTRICT #101 PUBLIC NOTICE of INTENT to SELL EQUIPMENT
September 26, 2013
Western Springs School District #101 no longer has substantial need for its red pick-up truck. For that reason, it intends to sell this truck via a sealed-bid approach. Description of the vehicle and bid-process are detailed below.
1992 GMC Sierra 4x4 Pick-Up Truck Automatic Transmission; 5.7 liter; V8 Includes 6 foot Western snow plow
Truck is to be sold “as is,” with no warranties expressed or implied
Interested bidders can arrange to inspect the truck in advance of bid submission by contacting Mike Wilkin, Maintenance Director, at 708-246-3700
Eligible bids must be received in a sealed envelope These sealed bids must be received in the District 101 Board of Education Office, 4335 Howard Avenue, Western Springs, IL 60558 No Later Than Friday, October 18, 2013 by Noon Central Time
Any additional questions can be addressed to Brian Barnhart, Superintendent of Schools, at 708-246-3700.
D101 BOARD TO DISCUSS REQUEST FOR OPTIONAL FULL-DAY KINDERGARTEN
The District 101 Board of Education announced on August 24 that its Education Committee has been evaluating a request by District parents to implement an optional full-day kindergarten program, beginning with the 2016-17 school year.
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