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Dec 13
Curriculum Night 2019

When: Wednesday, Janaury 9, 2019 at 6:00 P.M.

Where: Crystal Lake South High School

Details​: Learn about graduation requirements, student schedules, and elective classes. Students will also have the opporunity to tour elective programs.


Learn more here.

Dec 11
260 D155 Students Named ISAC State Scholars

The Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC) recognized 260 D155 students from the graduating class of 2019 as Illinois State Scholars, a prestigious honor.

Illinois State Scholars represent approximately the top ten percent of high school seniors from 757 high schools across the state. Students are selected based on a combination of exemplary ACT or SAT test scores and sixth semester class rank.

“Our students take pride in their learning and our teachers are committed to providing engaging lessons. This prestigious honor recognizes our students’ hard work and academic achievements,” said Steve Olson, superintendent.

The full list of D155 students named 2019-20 Illinois State Scholars are listed below:

Cary-Grove High School (70 Scholars)

Anderson, Bailey

Anderson, Erica

Angeles, Lizbeth

Anthony, Samantha

Aulert, David

Berg, Calvin

Bivin, Kayla

Boldwyn, Emma

Brackett, Sarah

Bragg, Alyssa

Bright, Abigail

Calhoun, Kristen

Camargo Quintero, Juan

Clesceri, Dominick

Cook, Kimberly

Coronado, Matthew

Cortes, Oscar Martin

Cotting, Michelle

Dale, Danielle

Dickson, Ronald

Dodge, Jacob

Eidukeviciute, Gabriele

Feuerhelm, Trey

Forney, Tyler

Freeman, Brian

Gahan, Ethan

Geist, Emily

Glowinski, Katelyn

Gourdie, Carson

Harbeck, Megan

Harding, Samuel

Harrington, Olivia

Harvey, Hannah

Hicks, Lilly

Hill, Emma

Hintz, Renee

Howdeshell, Sarah

Ireland, Nessa

Jannusch, Maddie

Kmiec, Henry

Kreutzer, Kyle

Kroll, Daniel

Larry, Elsa

Magnini, Miles

Naatz, Lucas

Nolan, Stephanie

O'Brien, Thea

O'Rourke, Tarryn

Patel, Deep

Pokorny, Sara

Puhar, Natalie

Rathe, Nicole

Roth, Thomas

Saini, Karina

Schmidt, Cooper

Sepeczi, Alex

Shannon, Olivia

Sheehan, Kailyn

Smith, Andrea

Spillane, Allison

Steinkamp, Bailey

Stelzer, Stephanie

Taczy, Benjamin

Thallemer, Alyssa

Ulaszek, Constance

Wageman, Nicholas

Walter, Madison

Warner, Ava

Watkinson, Parker

Wozniak, James

 

Crystal Lake Central High School (54 Scholars)

Agress, Bridget

Arndt, Madison

Burgess, Olivia

Camacho, Nicholas

Collins, Thomas

Davis, Alison

Dillon, Neil

Fenton, Daniel

Fisher, Taylor

Fogel, Amy

Giberson, Leah

Gladson, Morgan

Goze, Austin

Haney, Gavin

Heffernan, Colin

Heidt, Robert

Hildebrandt, Lily

Hudon, Shelby

Irwin, Eden

Janis, Megan

Jones, Alexis

Kershaw, Alexander

Khandeshi, Aditya

Kohls, Annika

Korn, Benjamin

Larsen, Anna

Livergood, Brittany

Locascio, Michael

Montford, Brock

Moore, Joshua

Mordi, John

Mugler, Abigail

Munn, Jack

Naughton, Madeline

Opal, Alexa

Orvis, Rebecca

Pipitone, Hannah

Podpora, Arden

Power, Megan

Revnew, Jacob

Schoepel, Brandon

Shuman, Ian

Sprandel, Bridget

St. John, Alyssa

Starks, Cecelia

Sysol, Gabrielle

Timmerman, Alexander

Vanscoyoc, Grace

Vesely, Keegan

Vito, Abigayle

Weckerlin, Carl

Welder, William

Wrbanek, Matthew

Zukowski, Frances

 

Crystal Lake South High School (71 Scholars)

Amoruso, Jacob

Becker, Angela

Beckwith, Olivia

Bernabe, Emily

Bogacz, Dominik

Bolin, Brooke

Bregenzer, Eric

Campbell, Scott

Campion, Joshua

Castro, Cameron

Castro, Connor

Chingakham, Ridhi

Ciavarella, Jakob

Dabrowski, Tiffany

Dunteman, Brooke

Edge, Andrew

Ellers, Mallory

Fisher, Hannah

Foydl, Grant

France, Jacob

Freeman, Alexander

Geske, Benjamin

Gray, Liam

Hall, Tyler

Hausch, Benjamin

Helm, Michael

Hunter, Casey

Hunter, Nora

Huq, Sania

Jenkins, Benjamin

Jewson, Evan

Kleiner, Ethan

Klotz, Lindsey

Klotz, Stephanie

Kocemba, Jacob

Koh, Nathanael

Kossoff, Seth

Kubitz, Matthew

Langdon, Nicholas

Lavorata, Julia

Lawson, Kate

Lawson, Ryan

Leva, Kailynn

Mathews, Haylee

McMonigal, Shane

Meissner, Samantha

Michaels, Aaron

Minogue, Daniel

Mutka, Katherine

Newton, Lindsay

O'Connor, Trevor

Ogawa, Sora

Olsen, Skylar

Palmer, Samuel

Patel, Akshat

Pfeifer, Clayton

Poulos, Jacob

Reall, Matthew

Reiling, Jared

Reter, Mackenzie

Schumaker, Jamison

Simon, Benjamin

Smith, Keegan

Smith, Kelsey

Stotz, Mairead

Stripp, Brian

Szczepanski, Noelle

Wiese, Elyse

Wittig, Brandon

Woodlock, Macey

Wruck, John


Prairie Ridge High School (65 Scholars)

Abushamma, Sarah

Adrowski, Christopher

Anderson, Nicole

Beadell, Cassandra

Bradshaw, Kaitlyn

Burseth, Matthew

Carey, Madeleine

Carpenter, Gabrielle

Carr, Samantha

Collins, Halie

Cook, Timothy

Dooley, Logan

Dorn, Nicole

Emery, Megan

Farnam, Emelia

Fredrick, Hunter

Gasparov, Angelina

Gende, Drew

Gentges, Samuel

Greetham, Camron

Greiner, Jared

Gunwall, Abby

Hahn, Melanie

Hensley, Sylvia

Hering, Michael

Jackowski, Mia

Jensen, Grant

Johnson, Amber

Keaty, Chloe

Kim, Madelyn

Klimkowski, Abigail

Kochmanski, Adrian

Kolodzik, Ann

Lim, Ruth

Lindahl, Julia

Maguire, Timothy

Manley, Jacob

Mathes, Liam

Michalak, Michael

Munk, Ethan

Murawski, David

Noorullah, Adnan

Pascente, Sophia

Pieroni, Michaela

Popovich, Margaret

Relic, Ross

Rider, Hannah

Saini, Aneil

Salvatore, Sarah

Schwallie, Trevor

Shorten, Jillian

Shutters, Nathan

Sitzberger, Jacob

Sureshkumar, Akash

Sveden, Carolyn

Switzer, Hannah

Teegen, Skyler

Theil, Kaitlyn

Trigo, Sera

Walls, Jonathan

Walsh, Rachel

Waterson, Kenneth

Willis, Jackson

Wren, Eliza

Yeomans, Hope


Dec 11
8th Grade Night 2019

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Please Save the Date for 8th Grade Night on Wednesday, January 16, 2019. If you have any questions regarding the event. PLease contact your future school's student services office. To learn more about the classes offered to incoming freshmen, please click here.

Dec 06
Holiday Choral Concert

Join us for an exciting evening of music as the choral students of Prairie Ridge High School demonstrate their growth as musician through the performance of many Holiday Classics as well as several new and exciting twists of familiar tunes of the season.​

Date: Monday, December 10, 2018

Location: Prairie Ridge Theatre

Who: Students of the PR choir program

Admission: Free to the public but donations to the proram will be accpeted for those who would like to contribute.

Dec 05
Finals Week Schedule

​STRIVE Families: 

District 155 continues to be committed to fostering student growth beyond their time in high school and post high school transition. The week of December 17th, 2018 there will be an alternate schedule for the STRIVE program due to final exams. Below is the alternate schedule and times. 

Monday, December 17: Regular schedule will run ( 9:00AM-2:00PM) Internships will meet at the same time and location
Tuesday, December 18: Classes will run from 9-12:00. Internships will not meet 
Wednesday, December 19: Classes will run from 9-12:00. Internships will not meet 
Thursday, December 20: No School 
Friday, December 21: No School 

Dec 05
Cary-Grove Anomoly Art Show

Cary-Grove High School Anomoly Art Show


Free Family Friendly Event


What: The 10th annual Anomoly Artist Show highlights each advanced level art student and allows them to create their own display, much like an Art Fair.


Over 30 artists work will be displayed including fine artists, designers and photographers in Art 4 and Advanced Placement. Anomoly asks each artist to prepare work to show and sell, write a statement about themselves as artists and create a display that they feel represents them. Students need to be by their work during the show, on hand to talk to viewers, answer questions and potentially sell their art.


The CG Fine Arts Gallery displays work from our guest artists, Mr. Wisser’s FCS (Functional Communication Skills) Art class.


 When: Friday, December 14

               6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.


Where: Cary-Grove High School

               2208 Three Oaks Road

               Cary, IL 60013

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Dec 04
Save the Date: 8th Grade Night

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Please Save the Date for 8th Grade Night on Wednesday, January 16, 2019. If you have any questions regarding the event. PLease contact your future school's student services office. To learn more about the classes offered to incoming freshmen, please click here.

Nov 27
Register for Little Paw Preschool 2019

Registration is now open for Little Paw Preschool at Prairie Ridge PM Seuss Day 016.JPGHigh School, 6000 Dvorak Drive in Crystal Lake. Classes are Tuesday and Thursday, Feb 5, 2019 - May 9, 2019.

Choose a morning or afternoon class:

Morning Class:  10:00 a.m. - 11:20 a.m. (Morning class fills up quickly)

Afternoon Class:  12:30 p.m. - 1:50 p.m.

The enrollment fee is $100.00 for the full session.

Register Early:

Please email Marni Eschman at: meschman@d155.org

Nov 27
Holiday Band Concert

Date: Tursday, December 11, 2018

Time: 7:00 P.M.

Location:​ Crystal Lake Central Auditorium 


CLC Concert & Symphonic Bands w/special guest, the Bernotas MS Symphonic Band. Experience traditional band music along with holiday favorites for our annual concert.

Nov 27
Tax Levy Proposal Saves Taxpayers at Least $1.7 Million Per Year
District 155’s Board of Education approved a tentative tax levy proposal that will save taxpayers at least $1.7 million per year on November 20.

District 155 proposed an estimated increased tax levy, however the district will pursue a state Property Tax Relief Grant which provides school districts an opportunity to lower the burden on local taxpayers. The district will permanently reduce its operating levy to flat or lower after the state notifies the district if it is awarded the grant in late January.


“We want our taxpayers to know we’re listening to them, and we understand their concerns about their tax bills. This year’s tax levy process, despite an estimated increase, will result in a savings to our taxpayers every year moving forward,” said Jeremy Davis, assistant superintendent of finance and operations.


The estimated savings for a $200,000 house is $53.14 for the District 155 portion of the tax bill. The tax rate for District 155 has dropped three consecutive years, and the tax rate is 12.7 percent less than it was in 2014.


“As one of the top performing districts in McHenry County, District 155 will have levied flat two of the past four years. We understand the impact great schools can have on local property values, and we’re proud to be part of a community that values education,” said Adam Guss, Board of Education president.


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