Aptakisic-Tripp CCSD 102

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"Every day, every student will come to school and be met with learning opportunities at his or her personal developmental level in all subject areas. He or she will leave school having been challenged, feeling successful, and looking forward to tomorrow." Read how we're turning our Learning Vision into Action (LVIA). View outcomes on our Scorecard.


OPEN: 2015-2016 Kindergarten Pre-Registration. Visit our Kindergarten Registration webpage for instructions on how to access and complete the pre-registration form. 

Project Lead The Way to be Implemented This Fall
The Board unanimously approved implementing Project Lead the Way (PLTW) for the 2015-2016 school year. Project Lead The Way's Gateway to Technology (GTT) program will be provided as encore courses (pursued by all students on a quarterly basis) to Meridian Middle School and Aptakisic Junior High School. In addition, PLTW Launch programs will be introduced in third and fourth grade Science units.

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Meridian Students Reenact The Silk Road
Meridian sixth graders recently reenacted The Silk Road, an international trade route between China and the Mediterranean. Students bartered for goods not available in their own country and ventured through an obstacle course of mountains and deserts and braved wild animals and thieves as history came to life for a few hours on March 11.

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Board Approves Registration Fees for 2015-2016 School Year
The Board of Education set registration fees at $75.00 per child for the 2015-2016 school year. This fee applies to students enrolled in half-day kindergarten and grades 1-8. It does not apply to the full day kindergarten enrichment program since that registration fee is included in the cost of tuition. The technology fee of $50.00 will remain in place for grades 5-8.

PARENT WORKSHOP: Social Conflict vs Bullying - Help Your Child Maintain Healthy Relationships with Peers
Parents are invited to a workshop at Aptakisic on Thursday, April 9 at 7:00pm. Renowned author Carrie Goldman will share her expertise and candid accounts of families

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Washington, D.C. Trip Non-Stop Sight Seeing
Aptakisic students recently visited Washington, D.C. The trip was an exciting opportunity to explore our nation's history and government up close.

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Aptakisic Students Qualify for State Science Fair 
Congratulations to the 11 Aptakisic students who competed at the Regional Science Fair during the first week in March. Six projects and papers qualified for the State Science Fair in May. Four projects received Broadcom MASTERS Competition Nominations.

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Two D102 Teachers Partner to Expand Learning 
For a half hour each week, fourth graders in Mrs. Murdach's class work with a first grade buddy from Mrs. Amatangelo's class. These two Pritchett teachers wanted a multi-age learning experience focusing on expanded academic and social emotional learning opportunities.

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Book Discussion Encourages Growth Mindset
Parents with children in D102's Gifted and Talented Education (GTE) program spent the evening of March 4 discussing Chapter 7 of Dr. Carol Dweck's book Mindset: The New Psychology of Success. Dr Dweck believes that for a person to fulfill his/her full potential, he/she must have the correct mindset, a growth mindset.

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District Office
1231 Weiland Rd.
Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
847-353-5650
847-634-5334 Fax

Aptakisic Junior High
1231 Weiland Road
Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
847-353-5500
847-634-5347 Fax

Meridian Middle School
2195 Brandywyn
Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
847-955-3500
847-634-4229 Fax
Pritchett Elementary
200 Horatio Blvd
Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
847-353-5700
847-215-3259 Fax
Tripp Elementary
850 Highland Grove
Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
847-955-3600
847-215-3268 Fax
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Aptakisic-Tripp Community Consolidated School District 102 does not discriminate on the basis of disabilities in the admission or access to its programs or activities. We invite individuals requiring reasonable accommodation to contact the Superintendent's Office (847).353.5660) at least 48 hours before the scheduled meeting time.

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