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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
Weppner, Katie
School Nurse cweppner@elmhurst205.org

Staff

Important Upcoming Dates

 

June 12

Summer School Begins 9:00 AM-12:00 PM  Mon-Thurs (NO Summer School July 3 & 4)

There WILL be summer school on July 5th, 6th, and 7th due to the holiday

July 13 Last Day of Summer School
Aug 10 6th Grade Orientation and Locker Day (Students Only) 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Aug 16 First Day of School - FULL DAY
Aug 22 Student Picture Day
Sep 4 Labor Day - NO SCHOOL

Blue & Gold - CHARGER NEWS

6/22/17

The following Churchville Middle School Coderz team members competed nationally against other sixth through eighth students and were awarded first place by completing all 141 "CoffeeScript" challenges without error: Lucas Barmada, Adyssen Clay, Nicholas Dobrowolski, Matthew Huffman, Andrew Koczur, Logan Maloney, Jackson Nehls, Hristo Tonev, Kayla Tutunji and Adrian Shuang. The team is coached by Churchville’s Computer Literacy Teacher Debra Segiet.

Beginning in March of 2017, the ten-member Churchville Coderz team began playing through a series of weekly challenges, ending with the team unlocking the last of 40 challenges on April 17, allowing each team member to earn an automatic score between 1 and 3 for each solution, based on the quality of the solution.

 

As a reward for their first-place standing, the Churchville Coderz team received a CodeMonkey official trophy plaque, a yearly classroom subscription, plus one set of DK’s best-selling coding books for children.

 

CodeMonkey nurtures problem-solving skills, logic and creativity in an interactive platform that introduces student teams to coding in a real programming language called CoffeeScript (CodeMonkey software) and requires team members to play through a total of 141 challenges, covering programming topics such as objects, functions, simple loops, variables, arrays and for-loops.

CodeRush is a nation-wide competition for teams of students in grades three through eight, hosted by CodeMonkey, Inc. and sponsored by DK Books, publisher of highly visual, photographic, non-fiction for adults and children.

 

Churchville MS Coderz
 

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6/8/17

Is there a new family in your neighborhood? Please let them know that families should enroll new students beginning Monday, July 10 at the District 205 Center. Information about documentation needed for enrolling students can be found on the New Student Enrollment page.

 

District 205 Center (162 S. York) (walk-in and residency)
 

9:00 AM – 3:00 PM                      1:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Monday, July 10                           Thursday, July 13

Monday, July 17                           Wednesday, July 19

Tuesday, July 18                          Tuesday, July 25

Wednesday, July 26                     Thursday, July 27
 

 

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

 

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

Evening enrollment hours will be held on August 1 and August 7 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).

 

 

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5/23/17

Elmhurst District 205 is thrilled to welcome Dr. Bill Daggett of the International Center for Leadership in Education to the community on Monday, August 14. In the afternoon, Dr. Daggett will be the keynote speaker at our opening faculty meeting. That evening, we cordially invite all local parents, community members, school board members, business and community leaders, legislators, and area educators to share with us a unique and exciting opportunity to experience his important message first hand. The festivities begin at 7:00 p.m. in the York High School Commons.
 

Dr. Daggett will discuss the concepts of rigor, relevance and relationships and share some important concepts about his organization's Rigor and Relevance Framework. Most importantly, attendees will be challenged to think about the role of public education as it relates to this country's future and the world economy.  I predict that if you are able to join us, you will never think about "school" the same way again.
 

Clear your calendars now!  I hope to see you then!
 

Dr. David Moyer
Superintendent


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Dr. Bill Daggett is the Founder and Chairman of the International Center for Leadership in Education. He has collaborated with education ministries in several countries, the Council of Chief State School Officers, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and the National Governors Association. Dr. Daggett’s System for Effective Instruction and Rigor and Relevance Framework have helped thousands of school districts throughout the country improve learning for students.


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5/22/17

Are you an incoming 6th, 7th, or 8th grade student that enjoys singing?  Consider joining the Churchville Choir!   Sign-ups are now occurring for the 2017-2018 school year.  We meet daily from 7:30-8:15, an early bus is available, and students may be dually enrolled in either band/orchestra and in choir.  Please see the attached sheet for more information.  Forms can be turned in to the school office or you may complete the online form.  Any questions, please ask Mrs. Lindsay Sickinger at lsickinger@elmhurst205.org!

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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.