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District 65 is a public school district serving over 8,000 pre-kindergarten through eighth grade students who live in Evanston and a small portion of Skokie.
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District 65 12h
We hope that brought some smiles to your face and sweet music to your ears! Some photos from our D65 community enjoying music together while practicing social distancing. Thanks to all who participated - have a great spring break!
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District 65 Apr 2
Please don't forget! District 65 educators and administrators will engage in professional learning and collaboration in preparation to launch remote learning when students return from spring break.
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District 65 Apr 1
Let's brighten the community with music! The music departments from have designated this Thursday as ! Following social distancing guidelines, head outside to play your favorite song! Share using
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District 65 Mar 31
In accordance with Governor Pritzker's Stay At Home Order, District 65 schools will remain closed through April 30. Learn more:
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Ashley Stanley Mar 30
Ready to build some beats with the kiddos at Dewey today in this beatboxing workshop. Thank you to the Parents Open School for organizing this and allowing me to be a guest today! ❤️
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District 65 Mar 29
New Time! Five days worth of free meals for students may be picked up between 1pm and 4pm tomorrow (March 30) at community meal sites.
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City of Evanston Mar 26
What does "Stay At Home" mean? Please help save lives and follow these Dos and Don'ts.
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District 65 Mar 26
District 65 librarians are hosting virtual story time! Each day a new story read aloud by one of our D65 librarians will appear in our schools' virtual libraries. Stories only stay up for 24 hours so make sure to check it out each day!
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District 65 Mar 25
REMINDER: Playgrounds, basketball/tennis courts, & other park facilities are closed to help limit the spread of COVID-19, & to protect the health & safety of the community. Parks & trails remain open. Residents should continue to practice social distancing by remaining 6ft apart.
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City of Evanston Mar 24
Youth ages 1 to 18 who did not receive a meal distribution on Monday can pick up free cold breakfasts and lunches on Wed., March 25, 1pm to 4pm, at four locations
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City of Evanston Mar 22
The Department will be rolling out a social media campaign beginning tomorrow, Mon., March 23, that includes video tutorials, Facebook Live events, activities and programs for everyone to enjoy!
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District 65 Mar 21
If you missed the premier of the Foundation 65 'Where We Reside' video, check it out while hanging around inside this weekend! It's only three minutes long but hopefully it will bring a smile to your face. Let your kids join you. They may see some friends!
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Ashley Stanley Mar 18
Had a virtual class share/circle today on ... all of the pets..😍😍😍😍
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District 65 Mar 18
FAMILY SHARING CIRCLES Sit in a Circle Use & respect a talking piece Speak & listen from the heart Use “I-Statements”: “I think”, “I feel”, “I believe” What is said stays in Circle 1. How do you use what you are good at to help others? 2. What makes you feel safe?
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District 65 Mar 17
Thanks to our librarians across who distributed 12,374 books for students to take home with them on Friday. Did you know that D65 also has online databases with tons of free e-books & audio books in both English & Spanish. Learn more:
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City of Evanston Mar 13
The City is partnering with and to provide free, cold breakfasts and lunches to youth during upcoming school closures
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District 65 Mar 6
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District 65 Mar 3
REMINDER: The D65 School Improvement Day originally scheduled for Wednesday, March 4 was changed to Monday, March 16. Details:
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District 65 Feb 20
It was a “Happy Chinese New Year!” in Ms. Stumme's kindergarten class at Washington Elementary. Students learned about this important lunar holiday and created their own New Year's dragons to top off the celebration.
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District 65 Feb 19
REMINDER: All 5th grade families are invited to attend a Camp Timber-lee information session tomorrow night! Learn more:
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