Our Mission

The District No. 95 community strives to provide optimal educational opportunities for all of our children.  It is our mission to prepare our students to become confident, self-assured, life-long learners.  It is our goal to ensure their success as citizens of the world.

School News

SEG Student Mail 9/15/17

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SEG Student Mail 9/8/17

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At our most recent Institute Day the teachers of SEG spent time building classroom webpages via Google sites.  SEG continues to move into the use of Google Suite as our platform for technology integration.  We will continue to develop these sites as the year continues, but on teacher webpages you can find information about classes, information about the teacher, and helpful documents for their classes.  We have also updated our homework, classwork, and assessment calendars for the grade levels.  The new format can be more easily seen via computer and mobile device.  On this page you can see what your student did each day in class and hopefully combat the nightly answer of, "I don't know," when you ask what your student did at school that day!  This is also a great way to foster a conversation about what occurs in the classroom.  If you have bookmarked the old pages please delete them.  Recently we have been getting asked by parents for permission to access the old documents, which no longer exist. 

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SEG Student Mail 9/1/17

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As a reminder, there is no school on Monday, September 4th. 


Have an enjoyable Labor Day weekend!

SEG Student Mail 8/25/17

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Don't forget to join us on Tuesday, August 29th from 6pm - 7:30pm for Curriculum Night!  You will be receiving your student's schedule from them on Monday so please ask your child for it.  Copies will be available upon arrival as well for those that do not receive them from their children.

SEG Eclipse Information

On Monday we have an incredibly exciting event occurring with the solar eclipse.  SEG has worked in partnership with the SEG Parent Teacher Organization and the Brook Park Council to acquire NASA certified viewing glasses.  Thank you to these wonderful organizations!  We will be taking students outside prior to, during, and after totality of the eclipse, for a total of 20 minutes.  Students will be monitored by their teachers and instructed when to look at the eclipse and for how long.  We will only allow viewing for short periods of time lasting no more than 30 seconds at a time.  There are many rules to follow and we want to keep our students safe while offering them this opportunity that has not presented itself since 1918!  Safety is our priority! 

At the end of this email is a link to a viewing form, which must be signed by a parent or guardian in order for a student to participate.  If it is not returned, the student will not participate in the event and instead see a brief documentary focused around the eclipse.  This form will be distributed in science classes on Wednesday.  We ask that you return the form to your child’s homeroom teacher no later then Friday, but the earlier the better! 

Science classes will be taking Friday’s class to go over information about eclipses and the safety requirements that students will have to adhere to in order to participate.  Their homeroom teachers will reiterate safety requirements when students go outside on Monday.

I want to thank you in advance for allowing us this opportunity to teach your student about this amazing natural phenomenon. 



2017-2018 Enrollment/Registration for New Students to District 95



Grades: Kindergarten through 8th Grade

(*New to our District)


This is not for Returning Students

Preschool Screening

Preschool Screening Dates for 2017-2018

September 27, 2017 - January 17, 2018 - May 16, 2018

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