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PTA Council

Feb 8

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Early Dismissal

Feb 15

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Presidents Day - No School

Feb 20

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Board of Education Meeting

Feb 21

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Teacher Institute - No School

Mar 3

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Board of Education Meeting

Mar 6

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District 45 Art Show

Mar 10

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Early Dismissal

Mar 15

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End of Nine Weeks

Mar 17

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Board of Education Meeting

Mar 20

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Report Card Day

Mar 24

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Spring Recess - No School

Mar 27-31

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Our “Together We Are D45” series celebrates the unique ways District 45 teachers and staff contribute to student success. We share unique stories to help our District and the community experience who we are through the lens of our uniqueness.

together we are d45

TOGETHER WE ARE D45

KRISTIN HAMMER

Meet Kristin Hammer, STARS teacher at the Early Childhood Center. Kristin knows the value of creating a safe, consistent, and predictable environment for her students. Together, we are D45.

RALPH CINFIO

Meet Ralph Cinfio, head custodian at Ardmore Elementary School. Ralph works every day to create a safe, clean environment for students and staff. Together, we are D45.

ANGIE SANSONE

Meet Angie Sansone, a school nurse at Stevenson Elementary School. Above all else, Angie wants students to know they are loved and cared for. Together, we are D45.

DAWN PETERSON

Meet Dawn Peterson, an LRC Specialist at Westmore Elementary School. As an LRC Specialist, Dawn hopes to impact her students so they become life-long readers.

PATRICK HOLMES

Meet Patrick Holmes, a 5th Grade teacher at North Elementary School. Patrick wants his students to embrace their individuality but also know how to work as a team and a family, within and outside the classroom.

DEANNA DIPIETRA

Meet Deanna DiPietra, a 3rd Grade teacher at Schafer Elementary School. Deanna realizes the most important part of her job is building relationships with her students and their families.

KELLY HAUGEN

Meet Kelly Haugen, a 7th Grade math teacher at Jackson Middle School. Through her experiences with great teachers in District 45 as a child, Kelly quickly realized she wanted to become a teacher and provide students with the same positive experience.