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Online Access for Parent-Teacher Conference Scheduling Starts Monday, October 2

Online parent-teacher conference scheduling is accessible starting Monday, October 2 - Friday, November 3 through your parent PowerSchool account.  You must have a PowerSchool parent account to schedule a conference.  Please contact your school office if you need to create an account.

Please click to view:  How to Schedule your Conference - Information

Parent-Teacher Conference Dates:

Monday, November 20 from 1:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Tuesday, November 21 from 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

District 92 Communication Survey Garners Positive Results

During the past summer, District 92 administered a survey to families to gather feedback on communication efforts.  The survey was developed in furtherance of the District 92 Community Goal that includes the objective: ensure reciprocal communication between the community and district.  There was a total of 157 responses to the survey.  A review of the results reveals very positive feedback.  57.7% of respondents indicated that they were highly satisfied with communication from the district while another 32.7 noted that they were satisfied—leaving in excess of 90% of respondents with a favorable impression of district communication efforts.  Data also demonstrates high levels of use and favorable impressions of most communication tools being utilized within the district.  Efforts will continue in the coming months to improve outreach to the D92 community based upon these results. The survey will be repeated on an annual basis to allow for ongoing feedback from District families in this vital area.    

D92 Technology Standards and Skills

As part of ongoing efforts in the area of technology, District 92 convened a team last year consisting of Library Media Center (LMC) specialists Mary Creek, Lynn Jankowski , Amy Rusick, and Emily Wedewer, and as well as Oak Prairie teacher Heidi Kunselman.  Along with Director of Technology Greg Bolek, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction Dr. Mark Fleming and Superintendent Dr. Peter Sullivan, this team discussed what students should know and be able to do from kindergarten to sixth grade in the area of technology.  The result is a unique document that outlines the skills students should be expected to master in each grade level.  In doing research for this project, very few districts have charted such a sequence for technology learning. District 92 Technology Standards and Skills may be accessed by clicking here or found under Important Links on the district web site.

D92 Technology Standards and Skills

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