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The current District 300 academic calendar designates Monday, April 17 as a student attendance date if an emergency date, such as a ‘snow day,’ has been declared earlier in the year.

As District 300 has not declared an emergency date this year, April 17 has been officially declared a non-attendance day for students.

Elementary Student Report Cards will be available on the parent portal beginning at noon on March 24th. Please see the following directions for multiple ways to access your students report card: http://www.d300.org/sites/default/files/documents/16-17-new-parent-directive-elementary-report-card-32017.pdf

Beginning April 3, parents of returning District 300 students can enroll their students for the 2017-18 school year using District 300's Online Registration process. Online Registration is a simple process and should take between 10 to 15 minutes to complete.

On April 3, an RCS message will be sent to all District 300 families that includes Online Registration resources (in English and Spanish), including step-by-step instructions to complete the online registration process. 

To promote literacy during spring break, District 300 is hosting the #D300Reads campaign, encouraging students to read books between March 27 and March 31.

All District 300 students have the opportunity to win a Barnes and Noble gift card by posting a photo of them reading a book. Photos can be posted to Twitter using #D300Reads or, for those who do not have Twitter, by visiting www.d300.org/D300Reads.

Click here to see the results of the Dual Language Program lottery held on March 22, 2017. 

Update: 9:45 a.m. - RCS Message to Parents of students impacted by the Power Outage:

District 300 Parents and Guardians,

Earlier this morning, several District 300 schools experienced a brief power outage. Power has been fully restored to all District 300 schools and all classroom and building operations are continuing as normal.

New - Facility Rental Program Guide. This guide has been made available for community groups and organizations interested in using a D300 Building-Athletic Field to host an event.  Please take a moment to review the information.  Any questions can be directed to the building you are interested in renting or Gayle Seaton at 847-551-8351 or email gayle.seaton@d300.org

District 300 community members can stay informed of the latest Hoffman Estates TIF information by visiting our Hoffman Estates TIF Update Center.

Today, District 300 has posted three documents to the update center, including:

The Illinois State Board of Education has transitioned to the SAT as the state-funded college-entrance test administered to juniors for the 2016-17 school year. Additionally, District 300 promptly adjusted by adopting the SAT Suite of Assessments provided by College Board, which offers practice assessments for students to gain some crucial SAT practice and to monitor progress towards maximizing achievement on the SAT.

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