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  • Emergency Day Declared for Monday, February 19th, 2018 - School is in Session
     
    As was stated in the emails sent by Superintendent Law, Monday, February 19 will be used as an Emergency Day and school will be in session. All buildings will follow the regular schedule with an 8:00 a.m. start. Questions about individual student circumstances are best directed to the Dean's Office at 630-570-8224.
     
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  • Defining Excellence in D86

    Didn’t have a chance to attend one of the Community Engagement Sessions?
     
    Participate in the online survey and give your input on how to move D86 forward. Go to the District website here to get more information and the link to the survey. 
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  • College & Career Ready
    Sponsored by Parent Network
     
    February 27, 2018 at 7PM - Community Room
     
    Susan Landers of COD will present College of DuPage COACH (Career Opportunities and ACHievement program. The program is designed to help increase educational, vocational and socialization opportunities for developmentally disabled students in DuPage County. Offered through COD's Continuing Education program, the two-year, application-based program is targeted at adults with mild intellectual or developmental disabilities. It also provides post-high school transition students with additional educational training aimed at preparing them for meaningful employment.
     
    The program is focused on academics, social and independence skills, and career exploration. Students will further develop basic reading and math skills, use technology effectively to support academic and career pursuits, practice appropriate work behavior, and apply time management skills.
     
    The D86 team will be presenting on the national data behind post-secondary education and employment and how it drives transition planning, outline the district transition service programs, and integrating assistive technology for post-secondary success.
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  • Hinsdale Central's 5th Annual Father-Daughter Dance
     
    Open to all Hinsdale Central Girls to bring their Dads. Faculty and Staff are invited to bring their Dads or Daughters. Girls enjoy a special night with the most important man in your life, your Dad!
     
    An evening filled with dinner and dancing.
    A photographer will be on hand, and a raffle will be held.
     
    Saturday, March 10th 2018 6:30 pm to 10:00 pm
    Ruth Lake Country Club 6200 S Madison St, Hinsdale, IL 60521
    Tickets are $50 per person.
    Please purchase tickets by Friday, March 2nd
    Tickets Available on the Hinsdale Central PTO Website https://hcpto.org/father-daughter-dance-ticket-purchase-form/
     
    Jackets and Evening Attire (No Denim Please)
    Please email Margaret Spitzer with any dietary restrictions or any questions at mspitzer217@gmail.com
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  • Red Carpet Set Up Volunteers Needed

    Start Time: 11:00 AM
    End Time: 7:30 PM
    5/5/2018 in HC Gym
     
    The “Red Carpet” Prom Parent Committee is looking for parents of all grade levels to help!
     
    Please sign up and join to help set up gym with decorations for the Red Carpet event on May 5, 2017. The Pre-Prom Red Carpet Event provides a safe and fun place to take pictures and capture a few memories before loading buses for prom for the students.
     
    Here are some answers to frequently asked questions-
    -Prom is scheduled for Saturday, May 5, 2018
    -helpers meet at Hinsdale Central at 11 AM by the gym at the east side of the building. Help and assemble small props for picture taking as well as helping with putting up the decorations for this year's prom scene.
    - the red carpet event lasts for about one hour
    -you don't need to stay for the event but please return after (if you can). But you are more than welcome to stay in the background to check out the scene. We are looking for help before to set up and then breaking down right after the Red Carpet event ends. You can help the whole time or if you only have a few hours to spare. Please indicate that as well in the comment box when signing up.
     
    **if you are interested in helping please sign up with the link below and please indicate what times you may be available in the comment box**
     
    We are in need of approximately 20 parents to help with set up for this event. We have a fun time and it gives parents an idea of what the evening is all about.
     
    Questions? Contact Denise Marron at DeniseMarron@rocketmail.com or 773-580-4736.

     

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  • Procedures for Closing or Delaying Start of School in the Event of Severe Weather
     
    Any changes—including any type of delayed start or closing—will be announced by 5:30 a.m. on the morning of a possible closure in the following ways:
     
    • District website, https://d86.hinsdale86.org
    • Twitter, follow the District @HinsdaleD86
    • Push notification through the District 86 app (you must have the app downloaded and push notifications enabled to receive)
    • Text notification to parent/guardian cell phone numbers listed in your student’s account
    • Email notification to parent/guardian email addresses listed in your student’s account
    • Automated phone call notification to parent/guardian telephone numbers (all mobile and landline) listed in your student’s account
    • Emergency Closing Center website, http://www.emergencyclosingcenter.com
     
    Please know that the school calendar adopted by the Board of Education allows us to use scheduled holidays and other non-attendance days as make-up days to recover instructional time during the school year rather than tacking lost days onto the end of the year. If schools close due to severe weather, the plan for converting non-instructional days to school attendance days will be announced as quickly as possible. 
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  • Registration is Open for the Second Installment of the 2017-18 Community Speaker Series
     
    Dr. Michael Bradley, Author of “Crazy-Stressed”
    Wednesday, February 21 at 7 p.m. and Thursday, February 22 at 9:30 a.m.
     
    Community Consolidated School District 181 and Hinsdale Township High School District 86 announced that registration is open for the second installment of the 2017-18 Community Speaker Series featuring Dr. Michael Bradley, author of “Crazy-Stressed.” Dr. Bradley will discuss his book and helping today’s overwhelmed teens on Wednesday, February 21 at 7 p.m. and Thursday, February 22 at 9:30 a.m. Both 90-minute sessions will be held at the Community House.
     
    “I think we can all agree, parents and educators alike, that our students are indeed ‘crazy-stressed,’” said Hinsdale District 86 Superintendent Dr. Bruce Law. “We see it every day in students of all ages, whether they are AP students, honors students, athletes, musicians, low or high income, pick your category, students are feeling stressed. We have been adding supports and working very hard to embed social-emotional learning strategies into our curriculum to give students the tools they need to cope with the challenges of life and we look forward to widening the discussion and hearing more on this topic from Dr. Bradley.”
     
    There is no cost to attend either session but registration is required. Register online at http://www.d181foundation.org/.
     
    The Community Speaker Series is presented by District 86 and District 181 in conjunction with the D181 Foundation and The Community House and was designed to inform and inspire families about issues in education and parenting. 
     
    Event coordinators note, "New research tells us: Our kids are not all right. Too many are struggling with excessive academic loads, extracurricular demands, sleep deprivation, and 24/7 connectivity, causing epidemic rates of anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and suicide. While teen brains are hardwired for risk-taking and overactive emotions, their coping abilities are at all-time lows." In his presentation, Dr. Bradley first explains what's driving today's adolescent anxiety, depression, and negative behaviors and what the latest brain development research is telling us. Then with proven strategies from his three decades of practice and his own years as a father, Dr. Bradley provides practical advice on how to connect with your children to build their life-saving resiliency and what to do when you're facing a major mental health issue.
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