We are excited to share our Carl Sandburg school pride with you. We welcome the opportunity to provide more information about our school and a learning environment that matches the District 15 mission: To produce world-class learners by building a connected learning community.
At Plum Grove, we pride ourselves on creating a culture of continuous learning, with our students being the center and focus of our school community. Each day our students are presented with rigorous, engaging learning, which requires problem solving, collaboration, critical thinking, innovation and a growth mindset. It is a primary commitment of our staff to foster a safe environment where learning and integrity prevail as well as role modeling quality character.
Walter R. Sundling Junior High School is committed to providing a learning environment that truly meets our mission statement: Walter R. Sundling Junior High, in partnership with the community, dedicates itself to challenge and inspire all students toward academic excellence while fostering positive social development and mutual respect in an ever changing global society.
Winston Campus is a community of learners whose mission is to foster the development of life skills centered around respect for self, others, and the global society.
Welcome to John G. Conyers Learning Academy. Our school is unique in that it provides a variety of special programs for District 15 and children in the community.
Welcome to Central Road Elementary School, home of the Wolves! Known for its friendliness and warmth, Central Road is home to nearly 600 kindergarten through sixth-grade students.
Frank C. Whiteley School serves approximately 600 students from diverse backgrounds in our kindergarten through sixth-grade programs. We also have three Early Childhood classrooms. A full-time Japanese-language teacher on our staff supports children who speak Japanese.
At Gray M. Sanborn, parents, staff, students, and the community will work collaboratively to provide a safe learning environment that teaches academics, responsibility, respect, and accountability.
Thank you for your interest in Hunting Ridge School, home of the Hawks! Approximately 688 students of diverse backgrounds and cultures attend our Blue Ribbon School, recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Our school includes children in Pre-K through sixth grade and proudly houses the District’s transitional kindergarten program as well as gifted classrooms for students in Grades 3-6.
Welcome to Jane Addams Elementary, home of the Jaguars! Each day we greet approximately 600 students with our strong expectations for learning and growth. Students at Jane Addams are supported by a highly dedicated staff who acknowledges the unique gifts of each child. We honor and respect our school, community, and families.
Thank you for your interest in Kimball Hill School, home of the Cougars. Our school serves a diverse population of approximately 600 students in kindergarten through sixth grade. Kimball Hill is a family-oriented school where the home-school partnership is invaluable as we work together to produce world-class learners.
Thank you for your interest in Lake Louise School, the school home to over 750 kindergarten through sixth-grade students. At Lake Louise we are student-centered and celebrate the diversity among all of us. We have very experienced staff members who choose to teach at Lake Louise because of their commitment to excellence in education and their dedication to helping each child reach their highest potential.
Thank you for your interest in Lincoln School. Our staff, students, and parents are proud of our school community. Lincoln School has approximately 860 students, and we consider our diverse population to be one of our strongest assets. We were the first District 15 school to become part of the No Excuses University (NEU) network. As a NEU school, we know there are no limits to the academic success of every student. We believe in preparing students for their future, and we work hard to help each child achieve success.
It was once said quality is never an accident; but rather, it is the result of high expectations and serious efforts. Marion Jordan School displays its quality every day; whether it's through the dedication of its staff, or through its high-achieving students, or through the never-ending commitment of its parents and community support groups. There is no doubt that this school's outstanding reputation has been built through a spirit of cooperation among all these stakeholders.
Welcome to our school! Pleasant Hill is an exciting place for students to learn and grow. We are a proud community that encourages today's learners to become tomorrow's leaders.
Thank you for visiting Stuart R. Paddock School, home to over 700 kindergarten through sixth-grade students. As No Excuses University educators, we believe that every child can achieve academic success and that it is our job to ensure that students have the tools and skills they need to be college- and career-ready.
We strive to provide the kind of individual attention that encourages students both academically and socially. Thomas Jefferson’s mission is to empower our students to be self-motivated, world-class learners who demonstrate respect, responsibility, and commitment to academic excellence.
Virginia Lake serves a diverse population of approximately 800 students (kindergarten through sixth grade). Our school community is committed to producing world-class learners. “Dolphin Pride” is demonstrated throughout our school by staff, students, parents, and volunteers.
Nearly 630 students from kindergarten through sixth grade attend Willow Bend to learn, grow, and become excellent citizens. We are committed to continuous improvement of instruction as we strive to produce world-class learners. We are one of the most diverse buildings in our district, with over 31 different languages spoken. We are also pursuing “The Leader In Me,” which is an initiative to instill leadership opportunities and values for all of our students, kindergarten through sixth grade.
Welcome to Winston Campus Elementary, home of the Eagles. Winston Campus Elementary educates approximately 500 students from kindergarten through sixth grade. Our teachers truly believe in college and career readiness and we know that there are no limits to the academic success of every student. We believe in preparing our students for their future and we work hard to help each and every child achieve success.
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