On March 12th, District 117 will offer an overview of Google Apps for Education, which is a suite of apps used by students throughout the district. In this session, parents will learn about the Chromebook devices, logging in as a student, Google tools and how they are used in the classroom. Please complete the form to register for the event.
Winning Class Gets Pasta Lunch from Olive Garden
In Typical Self-Effacing Style, Gives Credit to Teachers, Staff
Striking Resemblances, But Differing Personalities
Winner Named In 33rd Round of Finals
Reads Proclamation Honoring Students and Staff on Blue Ribbon Award
School Honored for Blue Ribbon Award
Jaiden Henry Paying It Forward
Latest Honor from Parent Teacher Student Association
Andy Anderson Leads Conrady to Coveted National Blue Ribbon Award
State Law Requires Lead Testing
As we head into the second half of the 2017-2018 school year, I want to take a moment and reflect on the first half of the year.
The first half of the school year was exciting and full of incredible accomplishments. District-wide, students continue to achieve at high levels and continue to score in the top percentage among their peers across the State. Conrady Junior High School received the National Blue Ribbon Award, which is the highest award a school can receive, and Mr. Anderson received the South Cook Middle School Principal of the Year Award. He recently was recognized as "Illinois Middle School Principal of the Year" by the Illinois Principals' Association. Congratulations Mr. Anderson, Conrady and NPD117!
As Superintendent, I am fortunate to work with the incredible staff and students of NPD117. Thank you all for your continued support of our district. We look forward to finishing the second half of the school year strong. Should you have any questions or concerns regarding your child’s education, please contact me.
Yours in education,
Dr. Jeannie StachowiakSuperintendent of Schools
Through a dedicated commitment from students, parents, staff and the entire community, the mission of North Palos School District 117 is to create a positive, caring, learning environment, which fosters excellence and active student participation and to ensure that every student will realize his/her full potential as a socially responsible lifelong learner.