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October is National Bullying Prevention Month. Throughout October, District 300 will highlight the bullying prevention events and activities occurring in our schools.

Hampshire Middle School observed Bully Prevention Day on Monday, October 16th

During Bully Prevention Day, Hampshire Middle School played movies specific to each grade level with scaffolding to provide students with different experiences with anti-bullying lessons.  After watching the videos, students signed the Bully Prevention Pledge.

October is National Bullying Prevention Month. Throughout October, District 300 will highlight the bullying prevention events and activities occurring in our schools.

Dundee-Crown High School has implemented a “Stomp Out Bullying” campaign and cyber bullying awareness lessons. Next week, Dundee-Crown will launch ‘The 5 Values of the Mental Health Campaign’ that includes units on awareness, anti-stigma, help-seeking, storytelling, and being proactive.

The purpose of “The 5 Values of the Mental Health Campaign” is to:

Beginning in 2018-2019, District 300 will offer an AP Capstone course to sophomore and junior students. AP Capstone replaces a student’s core English class and is an ideal option for students considering Honors or AP English courses.

AP Capstone is a College Board program that equips students with the independent research, collaborative teamwork, and communication skills that are increasingly valued by colleges.

AP Capstone cultivates curious, independent, and collaborative scholars and prepares them to make logical, evidence-based decisions.

The District 300 Paraeducators are proud to announce the 8th Annual Veterans Day Collection Drive benefiting Operation Support Our Troops, Illinois.

From Monday, October 16 through Friday, November 3rd, each District 300 school will collect a specific item that soldiers have personally requested. Please consider sending one or two of these items with your child.

Everyone Reading Illinois, a statewide, nonprofit organization dedicated to the study and remediation of dyslexia and the support and encouragement of individuals with dyslexia and their families, have awarded Sleepy Hollow Elementary School as the 2017 It Takes a Village Award winner.

The It Takes a Village Award recognizes schools who perform outstanding work with students who are dyslexic. The award is a testament to Sleepy Hollow Elementary commitment to benefit students who struggle to read.

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