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  • Flex Learning Days, April 21 & 28


    Given the return to the traditional bell schedule, we will be holding Flex Learning Days on April 21 and 28 so that staff will have additional time for planning and collaboration. On these days, in-person learners will report to school and have 25-minute classes with five-minute passing periods (no lunch) from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Remote learners will participate in these classes via Zoom. See the attached document for the class schedule on April 21 & 28.

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  • Solstice Art and Literary Magazine

    The Solstice staff is proud to announce that its yearly art and literary magazine is almost out!
    On May 10th students have the chance to pick up our book, an exhibition of the school's best art and writing that Hinsdale Central has to offer, which our team has spent the entire year curating and designing.
    The students that purchased an activity pass at the beginning of this year will be able to pick up this book for free, as the cost was included in the cost of the activity pass.
    Any students who didn't purchase an activity pass, you have the chance to pre-order it right now! The book costs $5, the proceeds of which will go to funding our club for years to come.
    If you want your own copy, head to Hinsdale Central's webstore, or click here!
    If you want more information on our club, head to our website, here!
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  • Celebrate our Senior Class of 2021!


    The Hinsdale D86 community is once again excited to celebrate our Senior Class of 2021! If you are the proud parent of a graduating senior, please consider joining our Facebook page and posting your senior's profile. This profile can highlight high school accomplishments, sports, clubs, interests, and future plans.


    District 86 parents, community members, alumni, and even classmates will choose a graduate to “adopt” or celebrate! This may include dropping off treats or small gifts in the weeks leading up to graduation, and just generally ensuring this year's graduates know how awesome they are! This community is proud of the students' resiliency, hard work, and determination!


    For a sneak peak, visit last year's page “Lets Celebrate Hinsdale D86 Class of 2020!” at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2586952291560483/?ref=share


    Please join our Facebook page “Lets Celebrate Hinsdale D86 Class of 2021!” at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/891046195082423 We look forward to some amazing senior profiles when the page goes live beginning April 25!

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  • Red Devil Gala Prom Event Details and Ticket Info

    All members of the Class of 2021 are invited to attend the Red Devil Gala Prom Event
    Please read through details below and register by April 30, 2021 
    What: Red Devil Gala Prom Event
    Who: Hinsdale Central Class of 2021 members only - no exceptions
    Date: Saturday, May 1, 2021
    Time: 5-7 pm
    Where: Hinsdale Central High School, Dickinson Stadium Track (Fieldhouse if raining)
    Price: $21 paid via Pushcoin Here
    Attire: Formal
    All Hinsdale Central seniors are invited to attend the Red Devil Gala for a 2 hour event. You can arrive starting at 5:00 pm and stay until 7:00 pm, you are welcome to stay for the entire 2 hours or leave when you would like. Once you leave, you may not re-enter. The evening will consist of a Red Carpet entrance, photo stations, a Class of 2021 memory project, a trackless train ride, music, raffle baskets along with performances by the famous mind reader, Jacob Mayfield all while walking along the track and more! Senior superlatives will be announced as well as the Prom King and Queen. All attendees will be provided with raffle tickets for chances to win fabulous prizes donated by the PTO post prom committee.  
    Jacob Mayfield, the famous mind reader, will be performing at these times: 5:15-5:25, 5:30-5:40, 5:45-5:55, 6-6:10, 6:15-6:25, 6:30-6:40.
    Tickets will be sold via pushcoin starting April 6th here. Ticket sales will close for on-line sales on April 30th. You can purchase tickets for $21 at the door.  
    Facemasks and social distancing must be followed at all times, along with Covid procedures set in place by the CDC, IDPH, DPDH and District 86. Temperature checks will be taken upon entry as well as student IDs scanned upon arrival and exit.  As always these plans are subject to change based on constantly evolving regulations and guidelines from state and local officials.
    *if you need financial assistance please contact Mrs. Phillip (sphillip@hinsdale86.org)
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  • Order your College Acceptance Banner Now!

    Congratulations! Your hard work and commitment to your education has been paid off with acceptance to college, trade school or the Military. In the past, Hinsdale Central has honored your acceptance into your future by displaying, at our graduation ceremony, a personalized banner featuring your name and your college’s name. This year, honoring District 86 and IDPH guidelines we would like to provide you with the opportunity to order this banner and display it either at school during the graduation ceremony OR at your home. This colorful banner, which is yours to keep, is a great keepsake commemorating your success in high school and beyond. Banners are 24"x30" and printed in color on both sides with 4 grommet holes for easy hanging.
    These banners are currently on sale with proceeds going to activities programming here at Hinsdale Central. Please fill out the online order form.
    Pricing for Banners will vary depending on delivery or pick up.
    There are 3 options for displaying and picking up your banner:
    1. Have your banner displayed outside of the stadium on Graduation day - you will be able to pick up your banner immediately following the Graduation ceremony by removing it from the fence.
    2. Display the banner at you home -you can pick up your banner from Splash Graphics, Inc. at: 7001 S. Adams St., Willowbrook, IL 60527 after May 10th
    3 - If you would like to have the banner delivered to your home after May 10th
    ALL PAYMENTS MUST BE DONE VIA PUSHCOIN (you will be directed to payment after filling out this form)
    Orders will not be filled if payment has not been received by May 10th.
    If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Sally Phillip (sphillip@hinsdale86.org).
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  • Hinsdale Central Bricks

    Be a permanent part of the history of Hinsdale Central High School and buy an engraved 4"x 8" brick. Bricks will be installed in SPRING 2022 once the new Fine Arts entrance is done with construction. Each brick can hold up to 3 lines of type with 13 characters pre-line (including spaces). Bricks are $100 each and can be ordered here: https://forms.gle/3FAbYttKMCs2S2nG7 
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  • Changing from Remote to In-Person Instruction

    Given the pivot of our hybrid learning environment and daily schedule, we want to provide our students who are learning from home on a full-time basis with the chance to change instructional models if/when they are ready to return to class on campus. From now through the end of the school year, the families of students who are remote can use this form to request a switch to in-person instruction. Completed forms that we receive by 4 p.m. on Monday will be processed with the goal/intent of having those students resume in-person learning the following Monday. The one-week delay will give us time to update our student information system, check space configurations for social distancing purposes, ensure we have adequate supplies in our classrooms and assess the capacity in our lunch locations.
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  • Parking Procedures After Spring Break

    Parking on Campus
    In-person learning - Senior students on the list below have been assigned parking for the rest of the school year. Permits must be displayed on the windshield in the lower-left corner (driver's side).  Seniors have not been charged for parking this school year.  Students that are on the list below will be charged $37.50 in their Push Coin account in April.
    I am not on the list? - Seniors that are in possession of a parking permit, but NOt on list, will need to click on the link below to go on the waiting list.
    Students that do NOT have a parking permit - Access to Parking Off-Campus  
    Students that do not possess a parking permit and park on campus may be issued a ticket from the school resource officer. Students that are on campus for practices or club activities before school hours should access parking on the street. Parking in the student lot is open to all students once school is dismissed for the day.
    Hinsdale Central has requested temporary relief from certain parking restrictions from the Village of Hinsdale in the area south of the High School. Parking in the areas listed below will be allowed from 7:30 AM – 3:15 PM.
    • Northside of 57th Street from Grant to Washington 
    • Eastside of Grant from 57th to 59th
    • Northside of 59th from Garfield to Madison
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  • All Entering Seniors Health Requirement

    All students entering the 9th and 12th grades will be required to show proof of recent meningococcal conjugate vaccination (MCV). All 9th-grade students will be required to show proof of one dose received on or after 10 years of age. All 12th-grade students and students attending our Hinsdale District 86 Transition Program will need to show proof of MCV immunization in one of the following ways: one dose of MCV on or after 16 years of age; or two doses of MCV, with the first dose being on or after 10 years of age, and the second dose being on or after the age of 16 years. This vaccination will help to prevent your child from contracting a severe form of bacterial meningitis as well as other illnesses caused by this bacterium. 
    Some students may have already received this vaccine since it has been recommended for various populations in the recent past. In this case, all you would need to do is provide the Health Office verification of receiving the meningococcal conjugate vaccine.  
    Documentation accepted as complying with the requirement for students entering 9th and 12th grades could be one of the following items:
    A letter or note signed by your healthcare provider identifying the date the MVC was administered.
    Printout from your provider’s electronic medical record (EMR) that indicates the vaccine was administered.
    Current Certificate of Child Health Examination form, specifying the date the MCV was administered.
    In addition to your health care provider, many local health departments and pharmacies offer the vaccine. The Illinois Department of Public Health recommends that parents get their adolescents vaccinated now to avoid the last-minute rush during the summer. Please submit this information via mail or fax (630-570-8599) to the Health Office by July 1, 2021. You will continue to receive a reminder until this immunization requirement is compliant. Students without adequate proof of vaccination may not attend school and schedules will not be released until documentation is received and approved by the School Nurse. Please call the Health Office with any questions or concerns.
    Central Health Office  
     p) 630-570-8596
     f) 630-570-8599
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  • Supporting Hinsdale Central’s Asian American / Pacific Islander Community


    All of us at D86 and Hinsdale Central stand in solidarity with our Asian American and Pacific Islander students, staff, and community members against hate crimes and discrimination based on race. We want all students to feel safe and supported on our campus. We encourage any student who would like to talk more about the increase in violence against the Asian American and Pacific Islander community to reach out to any adult on campus. Counselors, social workers, deans and teachers are here to support our students.

    The Red Devil staff at Hinsdale Central High School are committed to a school environment that is inclusive, supportive and available to all students. As the D86 Equity Statement reads, we are committed to being leaders for equity in our policies, practices and curriculum, each stakeholder will proactively work to eliminate opportunity and achievement gaps, ensure success for all students by identifying and addressing personal and institutional bias and barriers, and provide strategies to ensure students of all races and cultures have equitable access to diverse educators, rigorous instruction, rich learning opportunities, social/emotional, academic and community supports, and resources to ensure success.

    We hope you visit the below websites for resources and to learn more about these issues.

    Resources: Asian Americans Advancing Justice

    Read: NPR - Anti-Asian Attacks Rise During Pandemic

    Teach: LACOE Racial Justice in Education

    Watch: #AsianAmCovid Stories YouTube Channel

    Listen: The Two Kens - I Am Not Your Scapegoat (Anti-Asian Racism)
    Act: Stop AAPI Hate: Report an Incident

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