Glen Ellyn School District 41
SIP DAY MARCH 26 - SPRING BREAK INFORMATION
Friday, March 26 is a scheduled SIP Day in District 41. There is no Pre-K, Early Childhood or Kindergarten student attendance on this SIP Day. Blended and Remote students in grades 1-8 who attend the AM session will have morning classes from 8:30 - 11:00 a.m. on March 26. Blended and Remote students in grades 1-8 who attend the PM session will not have classes from 1:00-3:30 p.m. on March 26.
Spring break for District 41 is March 29 thru April 2 this year. All schools will be remote on the two days after spring break.
- Monday, March 29 thru Friday, April 2: Spring Break - No School
Monday, April 5: Remote for all - Saliva screening drop off at all schools
Tuesday, April 6: Remote for all - Election Day
5Essentials Survey for Parents - Deadline Approaching
District 41 relies on parent feedback when planning for the future. Please share your thoughts about your school community through the annual Illinois 5Essentials survey! Taking this survey allows you to share your views on school effectiveness. The survey is administered by UChicago Impact and is based on the Five Essentials for School Success, an evidence-based framework developed by the University of Chicago.
The 5Essentials are:
Each school needs a parent response rate of at least 20% to receive a results report. Thank you for your participation!
CLICK HERE to take the survey! The deadline is April 2.
No Spanish Summer Camp this Year
BPAC Hosts Native Language Outreach Series
College of DuPage to host webinar on 'Education and Careers' with strategist and author Heather McGowan
The DuPage Regional Office of Education, in partnership with College of DuPage and Glenbard Parent Series, is pleased to present a free webinar on the role education will play in developing a workforce that produces rewarding careers and a thriving economy. In this webinar, strategist and author Heather E. McGowan will outline a world where humans
must continuously learn and adapt while avoiding the pitfalls of information overload.
WHAT: Most Likely to Succeed: Anticipating the Future of Education and Careers - A webinar
WHEN: Tuesday, March 9, 2021 at 7 p.m.
WHERE: This event will be livestreamed HERE on www.cod.edu/succeed
- Complete the form HERE to be reminded the day before. No cost, registration or login required.
- Questions for Heather E. McGowan and panelists during and in advance of the program may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
McGowan will join a panel of education experts for a discussion about the key role that education will play in developing a future workforce that produces rewarding careers and a thriving economy. The panel includes College of DuPage President Dr. Brian Caputo, DuPage Regional Office of Education Superintendent Dr. Darlene Ruscitti, Glenbard High School District 87 Superintendent Dr. David Larson, and Academic consultant and researcher Dr. Lourdes Ferrer-Allen.
With virtual teamwork becoming the norm and novel professions rapidly emerging, helping
students define their career paths—and developing relevant curriculum—will be critical for
Get more information about the webinar HERE
UPCOMING GLENBARD PARENT SERIES EVENTS
Grooming for Excellence Parent Academy/En la Silla del Conductor: Una Academia de Liderazgo para Padres Hispanosr
Dr. Lourdes Ferrerr
Thu, Mar 11 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm MORE HERE
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