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Sandburg Elementary School

2051 Wabash
Springfield, IL 62704

Sandburg's iPad Tip of the Day: Muting and Unmuting the Microphone on your iPad

2 days ago Click here to learn how to mute and unmute your microphone on your iPad.

Sandburg's iPad Tip of the Day: Speaker View vs Gallery View

4 days ago Click here to learn how to switch back and forth between speaker view and gallery view on your iPad.

Sandburg's iPad Tip of the Day Videos

Sep 15, 2020 Do you need a quick refresher on how to do certain things your teacher needs you to do on the iPad?  Here is the place!  Click here to see Sandburg’s most recent iPad tutorial videos.

Important Sandburg Registration Information

Jul 29, 2020 All District #186 students must be registered for school by the end of the day on Friday, July 31.   If you need assistance, need internet service, or need a device to complete registration, there is help! District #186 will host four in person registration opportunities this week for families:  Help will be available on Tuesday July 28th and Wednesday, July 29th from 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. READ MORE

Join us on FRIDAY for Sandburg's Teacher Parade!

May 20, 2020 We can't wait to lay eyes on the REAL you!  (Not the ZOOM you!). Click for details about Friday's TEACHER PARADE!

We Miss You, Sandburg!

May 20, 2020 Click for some well wishes from your teachers and staff!  ❤︎  

U.S. Department of Education Visits Sandburg

Mar 4, 2020 Did you know that Sandburg School was visited last week by the United States Department of Education?  It was very exciting to have guests from Washington DC visit Sandburg!  Our school was chosen for a visit because of our strong work in Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports or PBIS.  At Sandburg, this includes the work we do with the children around our three “respects” (Respect yourself.  Respect others.  Respect property). READ MORE

Sandburg's Home - School Agreement: The Student's Role

Mar 4, 2020 As the weather warms up, it’s often tempting to put less emphasis on school.  Although this is a natural temptation, it’s not in the best interest of our children.  With a quarter of the school year left, it’s important for boys and girls to “give it all they’ve got. READ MORE

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