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Community Engagement Sessions

Educational Standards
April 26, 6:00-7:30 PM
Springfield High School

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District 186 offers parents and caregivers of students who receive support services a chance to network and learn more about their students needs.

ISAC State Capital Visit

Photos 7 hours ago Today we visited the Capital Building and had breakfast with the legislators.  We then had a private meeting with Senator Sam McMann and everyone loved it.  We got to walk around the

Ms. Paula and Library Time

Photos Yesterday Ms. Paula is our librarian and she does lots of great stuff with us.  This week she shared with us a special book and really made us think about what we heard her read.  Thanks Ms. Paula!

Cooking: Breakfast Parfait

Photos Yesterday We enjoyed making breakfast parfaits with yogurt, fresh strawberries, bananas, and granola.  We used spoons, bowls, knifes, and cutting boards to make our treat.

Autism Awareness and Pride

Photos Yesterday Many of our families have shown us and the world around them that they love and support someone with Autism.  One of our fearless moms has put it in tattoo's on her leg.  She obtained

Garden Project

Photos Yesterday We are helping grow some veggies in our Butler garden.  We planted seeds, weeded, and checked the compost pile for critters.

Autism Spectrum Disorder Assembly

Photos Apr 5 The ASD Only Classroom at Butler hosted a whole school assembly to celebrate Autism Awareness Month.  We showed a video, photos, talked, signed pledge banners, and quized the crowd about

Cooking: S'mores

Photos Apr 5 S'mores today were a huge hit!  Everyone really enjoyed them and they were quick and easy to make.  We used a microwave to heat and melt them.  

Cooking: Pizza

Photos Mar 29 We went Italian today, we made pepperoni pizza!  We used crust, sauce, pepperoni, and cheese to make these tasty treats.  

Garden Project: Worms

Photos Mar 23 Today we learned more about how gardens and plants need bugs and worms to grow.  We even got to look at worms up close from a compost bin.  

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