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Questions or Comments About Busing?
We thank all the parents who are participating in free busing this fall.
If you have any questions or comments regarding busing, please complete this online form or send an email to: email@example.com. The District will work to respond within 24 hours or as soon as possible.
Or, you may call the district office at 847-675-8234.
Thank you for your support!
Traffic alert: Don’t drive students to school!
Students should ride free bus
for safety and convenience
The Crawford Avenue construction project will impact traffic around school campus for the foreseeable future. To avoid traffic gridlock and to ensure student safety, the district is offering free busing for all students.
If you have aleady registered, there's no need to sign up again. Refund checks are being processed for parents who have already paid the fee for the first half of the year.
Parents who have not registered their children for the bus should sign up today!
Bus routes have been increased to accommodate all students.
There will only be limited access to the school campus by car. All traffic will be directed to Touhy Avenue and East Prairie Road to get near school grounds. There will be no parking on East Prairie Road. See detour map
Easy online registration
Just complete this online form to get your student on the bus. You will receive bus route via email and postcard. Please allow 1 business day for processing.
New bus routes
Flag Ceremony Celebrates First Day of School
Students and staff celebrated the start of school on Wednesday, Aug. 20., with flag-raising ceremonies at Lincoln Hall and Rutledge Hall. Members of the Lincolnwood police and fire departments served as the honor guard.
The flag-raising ceremony, started by Dr. Weiss five years ago, is a great way to kick off the year for students, staff and parents! We greatly appreciate the police and fire departments for providing an honor guard for both ceremonies.
At Todd Hall, 1st and 2nd graders started on Wednesday, and kindergarteners start Thursday Aug. 20.
Milestone Recognitions for Dedicated Staff
The school year for staff opened Monday, Aug. 18, by recognizing the commitment and dedication of teachers and staff celebrating milestone years of consecutive service in District 74.
From left, Erin Davis, 3rd grade-Rutledge Hall; Lauren Malartsik, P.E.-Lincoln Hall, and Aliza Walas, 2nd grade-Todd Hall were recognized for 10 years of service.
From left, Shari McAdams, kindergarten-Todd Hall; Cheryl Trilling, 1st grade-Todd Hall; Kathye McNeil, 5th grade-Rutledge Hall; and Stacy Panoutsos were recognized for 20 years of service.
Debby Barabasz, Rutledge Hall-art teacher was recognized for 25 years of service.
Retiree Class of 2015
From left, Debby Barabasz, Rutledge Hall art teacher; Steve Kikoen, Lincoln Hall music teacher, and Gordon Perino, 5th grade Rutledge Hall, along with Diane Remiyac, not pictured, will retire in the 2014-15 school year.
The District also welcomed 22 new teachers and support staff.
New bus routes
Buses are ready to roll!
See the detail of bus stops by route. Routes were expanded to accommodate all students. The District is offering free busing for the first half of the school year during Crawford Avenue construction. To register a student to ride the bus, complete this online form.
New bus routes