Sign up for E-News

Sign up for E-News 117


  • Family Read Night

    Thursday, October 30, is the Halloween-themed Family Read Night at Conrady. Families are invited to attend from 6-7:30 p.m. Please enter through Door 1. Halloween costumes are allowed as long as they're school appropriate. See you there!

    Comments (-1)
  • Costumes are allowed this Friday for Halloween with the following stipulations:

    • Must align with handbook guidelines of dress code such as pant and skirt length, no midriff showing, etc. • No face masks of any kind allowed • Any makeup needs to be applied at home, and no aerosols allowed in school • Head accessories allowed as long as does not cover the entire head and neck area and a student may still be identified • Nothing overly gross so as to cause a disruption to the learning environment • Nothing resembling a weapon of any kind • Conrady encourages costumes to be positive in nature

    Comments (-1)
  • 8th Grade Students and Parents

    Mark your calendars, mandatory EXPLORE test for Stagg High School

    Comments (-1)
  • 2014-2015 Yearbook

    Are you interested in purchasing a yearbook for the 2014-2015 school year? The first round of yearbook sales will take place October 20 through October 31. Students can purchase yearbooks during homeroom by bringing in a check or money order made out to Conrady Jr. High School. The cost of yearbooks for the first round of sales is $20, so remember to buy them now before the price goes up. Please see Mrs. Cole, Ms. Sharp or Mrs. Tablerion with any questions. ​

    Comments (-1)
  • Comeback win!

    The 7th Grade Boys Volleyball Team got off to a good start this week, by posting a big victory in a thrilling match against Palos South. After losing the first game, Conrady bounced back in games 2 and 3 for a close-fought win at home. The Girls Basketball Teams take on Orland Junior High Thursday at Conrady.

    Comments (-1)
  • Thinkin' Lincoln

    Having just completed their Illinois Constitution tests, nearly 100 Conrady 6th graders got to see the seat of power up close and personal recently as they visited the state capital in Springfield. In addition to touring the Senate chambers in the Capitol building, students visited Abraham Lincoln’s home and the new Presidential Library and Museum. They also got a chance to pay their respects to the 16th president with a stop at Lincoln’s Tomb.

    Comments (-1)
  • North Palos District 117 is at risk of losing 4 million dollars a year in State education funding

    Senate Bill 16 (SB16) is a bill that passed the Senate last Spring, is in review in the House now, and is expected to be called for a vote this Fall. As currently written, SB16 will have a direct and negative impact on District 117.

    Comments (-1)

Principal's Message

Ready, set....go! One of my most favorite things about education is the annual fresh start with a clean slate and we're ready to launch into the 2014-2015 school year.

2014-2015 promises to be the best ever in the history of Conrady Junior High School. We've updated our new logo just about everywhere and the school is beaming with pride. The gymnasium is no longer lit by orange lights. We have a new parking lot in front of the school in addition to new windows and doors. All of these improvement were greatly needed.

We are in the midst of launching our new one-to-one computer initiative with a Chromebook for every student. Phase One includes distribution to all students in grades six and seven this school year. Phase Two will be realized in the fall of 2015 with all three grade levels equipped with the Chromebook device for use at school and home.
Math and English Language Arts curriculums have been re-written to align with the Common Core State Standards in effort to better equip and prepare our students for careers and college. Science will be assessing and piloting new curriculum 2014-2015 endeavoring to align with the Next Generation Science Standards.
From championship athletic titles, talented performers, scholarship winners, and outstanding academic achievement, Conrady Junior High School has a wide variety of success with a promising future. Our parents, staff, and students give us great reasons to brag.