Elmhurst Music Boosters (“EMB") is a parent organization established to support the development of the District 205 music students in grades four through eight. Founded in 1978, EMB works in cooperation with the district’s music staff to provide young musicians with an enriching and rewarding musical experience.
EMB raises money for music scholarships for deserving band, orchestra and choir students as well as providing financial aid to students in need of assistance. An annual social event is provided as a way of rewarding students for their hard work and dedication.
Next REACH Parent Group Meeting – DECEMBER 13, 2019 (Sandburg’s Maker Space) at 8:30-10am. Leslie Weber will report on the REACH Program analysis among other items.
Important information for 5th graders: Middle School MATH Path & REACH Program Appeals Information. Links to presentations can be found here: Math. Appeals.
Middle School MATH Parent Informational Meeting - Thursday, November 7, 7:00 pm - ALL are welcome! The REACH Parent Group invites you to learn and discuss the Middle School Math Pathway (for ALL students) including the transition into high school and beyond in the Sandburg Library (door 7 will be open). Invited speakers include Dave Beedy, District STEM coordinator and Leslie Weber, District REACH coordinator. We look forward to seeing you there!
Who's Who and What's What - D205 Special Education Administration
The D205 Special Education Administration has an entirely new slate this year. Join us for a SERG parent meeting to hear about the new structure and program plans for this year.
- Nikki Tammaru, Assistant Superintendent of Learning and Development
- Dr. Michael Volpe, Assistant Superintendent of Student Services
- Anna Bahramis, Director of Special Education 6-12
- Colleen Cook, Director of Special Education K-5
Wednesday, October 16, 2019 at 7pm District 205 Administration Office at 162 S York on 2nd floor
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The Illinois PTA was founded on May 30, 1900, and has since worked diligently to support public schools and to ensure that all children and youth have equal opportunities and access to a quality education.
We are a state-wide volunteer organization dedicated solely to the welfare of children and youth in the home, school, and community.
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