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Alan Wagner Memorial Fund
We recently learned of the devastating and unexpected passing of Alan Wagner, husband of RTSD 26 Superintendent, Dr. Nancy Wagner. Alan was a frequent guest at our concerts and volunteered his time to promote the arts in our community.
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Erin's Law
Erin's Law Information
On January 24, 2013, Governor Pat Quinn signed a new law extending sexual abuse education in Illinois schools. The Illinois law went into effect immediately and schools are required to implement Erin’s Law during the 2014-2015 school year.
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Preschool Screening
If you are concerned that your child has a delay in vision, hearing, motor, speech, language, cognition and/or social functioning, call 224- 612-7308 to set up a screening time.
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Inclement Weather
Emergency School Closing Guidelines
As we enter the winter months, River Trails School District 26 would like to update you on some of the factors that contribute to closing school in the event of a weather-related closing and when you can expect to be notified.
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Art in the Community
One of the goals in the District’s Strategic Plan is to connect more regularly with the surrounding businesses and community groups which are part of River Trails School District. A Public Relations committee was formed to write action steps to accomplish this goal.
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Euclid's Watch D.O.G.S. Program
Euclid has a volunteer program aimed at getting father figures more involved in their children’s schools. The Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads Of Great Students) program has been a huge success! Fathers, grandfathers, stepfathers, uncles, older brothers, cousins, mothers, and other important role models volunteer in Euclid classrooms for a half day at a time. They help students read, write and do mathematics. They spend recess and lunch with the students. Most importantly, they send the message that they think that school is important - important enough to spend their own valuable time at Euclid themselves. The response to the Watch DOGS program has been fantastic. More and more people keep hearing about it and are stepping forward to be involved. If you have any questions about the Watch D.O.G.S. program, please contact Ms. Ceisel at or 847-973-6396.
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