Monthly Archives: October 2016

Scholastic Book Fair continues ONLINE now through November 10th

Dear Walker families, Thank you so much for coming to our in-school Book Fair! We enjoyed seeing so many of you during the fair and on Special Friends Day. We know Parent-Teacher conferences always keep families busy, and appreciate the … Continue reading

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SAVE THE DATE: Walker’s Harvest Dance will be on Saturday November 19th. 6:00-8:00pm

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Walker’s ESCCA Volunteer Shift is coming – Please volunteer to help families on November 29th

ESCCA is available to all K-8th grade children of Evanston/Skokie District 65 schools. Last school year, ESCCA served over 700 children (14% of which were refugee or homeless). We are on track to serve the same number (or more!) children this year. … Continue reading

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ESCCA November Coat & Mitten Drive

Please see below – If you have cold-weather items to donate, please bring them to Walker for ESCCA!

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10/27 D65 Negotiations Update from Board President Candace Chow & Superintendent Paul Goren

An Important Message from the Board President and Superintendent Dear District 65 Staff, Families, and Community: We have both lived in Evanston for many years having moved here with our families to enjoy everything Evanston has to offer, including outstanding … Continue reading

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Update on D65 Contract Negotiations

An Important Message from the Board President and Superintendent Dear District 65 Staff, Families, and Community Members: We know that many of you are interested in the progress we are making in negotiating a contract with our teachers. We began … Continue reading

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Upcoming Author Visits @ Walker

From Ms. Hertel: Walker Families, Perspectives: A Shared Author Experience, is a program funded by Foundation 65 that brings children’s authors to District 65 schools.  The Perspectives program allows District 65 students and families to view issues from multiple perspectives, … Continue reading

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You’re invited: D65 Community Cafe Series

YOU’RE INVITED! DISTRICT 65 COMMUNITY CAFÉ SERIES HOSTED BY SUPERINTENDENT PAUL GOREN Connect with Superintendent Paul Goren over coffee and conversation as part of District 65’s Community Café series for the 2016-2017 school year! No set agenda or presentations – … Continue reading

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