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District 105 Announcements
Welcome Back for the 2016-17 School Year!






Grades 1st-8th  Classes begin Monday August 29th.
First day is a half day:
Grades 1st-6th:         8:30am - 11:45am
Grades 7th-8th:         8:15am - 12:00pm


 
Kindergarten classes begin Wednesday,  August 31st. 
(First day is a half day: 8:30am-11:45am) 
Kindergarten students attend full day Thursday, September 1st: 
(Full day:  8:30am - 3:00pm) 


PreSchool for All classes begin Wednesday August 31st.
Early Learning classes begin Wednesday August 31st.
Early Childhood classes begin Tuesday September 6th.
Nurse's Open House - Thursday August 25
Save the Date-Thursday 8/25 11 am-6 pm-Nurse Open House at the nursing office of each school building! Drop off medications and medication forms; drop off any outstanding physicals, dental exams, or vision exams; and meet one of your child's school nurses! Click HERE for more details.

Aparte la Fecha-Jueves 8/25 de 11 am a 6 pm Casa Abierta de Enfermería en cada oficina de la enfermera de su edificio!  Deje las medicinas y formas de medicinas; dejar cualquier físico aún no entregado, exámenes dentales o de visión; y conocer una de las enfermeras de sus hijos!  Haga clic AQUI para más detalles.
EARLY CHILDHOOD SCREENING SET FOR DISTRICT 105
School District 105, which serves the south LaGrange, Hodgkins, and Countryside communities, will be hosting a preschool screening for children ages 3 -5 years old on Monday, September 19th from 8:30 am-1:00 pm, at the Hodgkins Park District in Hodgkins. The screening takes about one hour and requires an appointment. Parents must schedule a time to be screened by calling 708-482-2760. A team of professionals from the district will assess each childs development in the areas of large and fine motor skills, pre-academic readiness, speech/language, vision and hearing. 

The screening will help identify children who may qualify for one of the free district preschool programs, or those who would benefit from additional services prior to entering Kindergarten. 

Children who are currently enrolled in a District Preschool Program (ECE, Early Learning or Preschool for All) do not need to be screened. 

If you know of a child in the District 105 area who would benefit from these services, please share this information with their family.
LTHS Music Calendar
Please click HERE see the LT High School 2016-17 music calendar.
LTHS Junior Lion Club Card
The Junior Lion Club card entitles one student and his/her parent or guardian to free admittance to most Lyons Township High School athletic events. Click HERE for more information.
DID YOU KNOW?
  • Our current 8th Grade Class ranks in the 84th national percentile in mathematics and 81st percentile in reading on the fall MAP test.Most impressively, the percentile rank of this class has improved significantly since their first year of MAP testing in 3rd grade.
  • District 105 will be highlighted as a case study about our use of the Baldrige Criteria for Excellence for continuous improvement in the book Labor Management Community Collaboration Resource Guide to be published by Harvard University Press.This is a real credit to the hard work the district puts into “getting better at getting better.”
  • District 105 students continue to significantly outperform our benchmark students of similar demographics and from similar sized suburban districts across the country.District 105 teacher and administrator salaries are determined in part based on our performance in relation to districts most like ours.
  • Our 6th-8th grade Cross Country Team won its fifth consecutive conference championship in October.More than 110 students from all five of our district schools participated on this team.
  • District 105 is proud to have twelve National Board Certified teachers on staff.Teachers who achieve this certification have met rigorous standards through intensive study, expert evaluation, self-assessment, and peer review. The certification process focuses on classroom instruction and is ultimately designed to benefit students. 
Language Diversity
District 105 is a diverse community of families with 27 different languages spoken by our students: Albanian (4), Arabic (2), Bosnian (5), Chinese (3), Croatian (7), Czech (2), Danish (2), English, German (4), Greek (2), Gujarati (3), Italian (5), Japanese (1), Kannada (2), Korean (1), Lithuanian (3), Macedonian (8), Navajo (2), Pilipino/Tagalog (3), Polish (19), Romanian (1), Russian (1), Serbian (43), Slovak (1), Spanish (472), Ukrainian (1), and Vietnamese (3).

The official language used for the content of the District website is English. To help address our diversity, readers of our website can use the "Google Translate" tool below to translate the website content to many of the above languages. The tool generates a computerized translation. The translation should not be considered exact and in some cases may include incorrect language. While not a perfect translation, it should assist many non-English website readers.

Click HERE to enable and use the Google Translate tools to translate web pages and email messages.