Superintendent's Message

Dear River Trails School District 26 Community:
  River Trails School District 26 has launched an exciting new community engagement process called Future Trails. Through a series of community workshops, the district will gather data and input to identify community priorities related to the development of a long-range improvement plan. 
Starting with our first two meetings on November 6th and December 4th, all community members are invited to participate in our community engagement workshop meetings. Each meeting will take place in the River Trails Middle School cafeteria from 6:30pm - 8:30pm.  While informational presentations will be made at each meeting, the key focus will be providing all participants with the opportunity to roll up sleeves and work collaboratively with neighbors on reaching consensus on decisions that will improve our schools.
The focus is to help guide the direction of the District for the next several years and to insure our District continues to fully meet the needs of all students. 
If you'd like to RSVP or request childcare for the meeting on November 6th, please click on this link: bit.ly/futuretrails.
Please click on the following link to view the informational flyer regarding the upcoming State of the District Community Engagement Session.  Hope to see you there!
State of the District Community Engagement Session Information

Sincerely,

Nancy Wagner

 

 

What's Happening

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Future Trails - Community Engagement
10/13/2017
River Trails School District 26 has launched an exciting new community engagement process called Future Trails. Through a series of community workshops, the district will gather data and input to identify community priorities related to the development of a long-range improvement plan.
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Coffee After Drop Off
Coffee After Drop Off with the Superintendent
08/24/2017
Please come to meet Nancy Wagner, the new superintendent, and enjoy a cup of coffee after the bell rings.
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Emergency School Closing Guidelines
04/11/2017
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. We have taken your feedback into consideration and thought it productive to share this information with you in advance of any occurrence of severe weather.
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Student art work displayed at the Dunkin’ Donuts located at 1301 N Wolf Road, Mt Prospect, IL
Art in the Community
04/06/2017
River Trails School District 26's students have artwork displayed at five local retailers.
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Erin’s Law Information
11/18/2016
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. Erin’s Law requires all schools to provide child sexual prevention education for all students, K-12, yearly. The law also requires educators to take part in training classes that cover sexual abuse and how to recognize warning signs.
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