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  • Congratulations 2022 National Merit Scholars

    Hinsdale South is pleased to announce that the following students have been named 2022 National Merit Scholars:
    ●       Albert, Blake
    ●       Aleksonis, Laura
    ●       Andrulis, Alec
    ●       Chen, Joseph
    ●       Hanson, Mitchell - Semi-Finalist
    ●       John, Elijah - Semi-Finalist
    ●       Leonardson, Matthew - Semi-Finalist
    ●       Metzger, Andrew
    ●       Momchev, Nicholas - Semi-Finalist
    ●       Rehman, Zaynab
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  • Congratulations Mia Yen on your National Hispanic Recognition

    Hinsdale South student Mia Yen was awarded with Academic Honors from the College Board National Recognition Program for excelling academically and on College Board Assessments.

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  • Late Start Bell Schedule

    Every Monday with the exception of:
    1) Mondays falling in shortened student attendance weeks;
    2) The first two weeks of AP exams; and
    3) The first week of each semester.
    Click HERE for the Bell Schedule
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  • Flexible Learning Days 2021-22

    • Wednesday, October 20, 2021
    • Wednesday, November 17, 2021
    • Wednesday, February 16, 2022
    • Wednesday March 16, 2022
    • Wednesday, April 20, 2022

    Click HERE to read the FAQ's and Bell Schedule

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  • How to Open a PushCoin Account

    Click HERE to read about the Pushcoin Online Payment System, Pushcoin FAQs and Pushcoin Refund Policy.
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  • An Important Reminder about Strategies & Protocols
    Please click HERE for following reminders that are an important factor in keeping students and staff safe in our buildings.
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  • An Important Reminder about Lanyards, ID's & Masks
    The following reminders are an important factor in keeping students and staff safe in our buildings.
    LANYARDS AND ID'S
    When students arrived at school, it is important that they are wearing their school lanyard with ID. Having students wear their school lanyards and IDs allows us to identify students at a glance and enables us to recognize any person who should not be on our campus. The expectation is that the lanyard and ID will be worn and is visible. It is not acceptable to just have them in one's possession.  Click the following links that will route you to information on Marks and Hand Washing from the CDC:

    GUIDANCE FOR WEARING MASKS

    WHEN AND HOW TO WASH YOUR HANDS

    D86 would like every students and staff member to take the time to wear their masks correctly. By following the simple guidelines that the CDC has in place, it will make our school environment safer for everyone.  We appreciate and thank everyone for following these reminders.

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  • Click HERE for the Hornet Happenings Nerwsletter

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