D34 Parent News is your source to learn about initiatives, activities and programs across the District, and out in the community. D34 Noticias Para Padres es su fuente para aprender sobre iniciativas, actividades y programas en todo el Distrito y en la comunidad. - Read More -
From set designers to makeup to stage crew to teachers on wardrobe duty to actors to audience members, it takes a lot of collaboration and cooperation to put on A Taste of Broadway. Well done Hoffman 5th graders (and break a leg on your performance tonight)!
These Hoffman students had an idea for citizen activitism - create a garden - and they made it a reality, with the help of amazing teachers and staff and community partners. What a great day to plant a garden!
Attea and Springman parents: tomorrow is the final discussion group of the year. Please take advantage of this great opportunity to learn from
Family Service Center professionals and each other on how to find balance and boost social-emotional learning in the summer.
Good Things Happen When You Pedal! Bike Glenview is a community-wide initiative & resource to promote biking as a healthy, cost-effective and low-polluting way to travel around our beautiful village. The initiative is made possible through a cooperative effort with the Village of Glenview, Glenview... Bike Glenview - Glenview Park District
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On Friday, the Illinois Chapter of the National School PR Assoc. (INSPRA) honored the members of two D34 teams who contribute so much to our community of schools. Congratulations and THANK YOU to our EL team (Raquel Kim, Carly Spina, Alan Hernandez and Estefania Grady), and to parent volunteers Moira Hathcock and Karen Hitzeman.
Congratulations to these Glen Grove students who represented D34 at Tech 2019, a one-day event held in the rotunda of the Illinois State Capitol in Springfield. They met with both our State Senator and Representative, and presented to other officials to show the great tech happening in our schools.
Attea French students had the opportunity to visit Alliance Française. They made their own lunch (ham and cheese croissant, salad with homemade vinaigrette and crêpes for dessert, and watched French film shorts. Instructors were impressed by their ability in French, curiosity and willingness to learn.
Lyon & Pleasant Ridge held a collection for U.S. troops this spring. Fifth grade Ambassadors helped sort and organize the items into "comfort packages", and volunteers dropped off two huge cart fulls today to the O'Hare USO. Here's what one member of the Air Force (a relative of a PTA volunteer who helped organize this effort) said about these care packages:
"As someone who just moved my entire family/life overseas, that process is incredibly stressful...We got little care packages during our travels and although it was small it made an absolutely huge difference for our frame of mind...Trust me - to the people getting the care packages the impact certainly is grand."
Last night, the new Board of Education took the oath of office. The new Board includes two new members - Michael Korman and Scott Nelson. Read about all of the Board members who generously volunteer their time and talents to District 34. https://www.glenview34.org/board/members