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D75 names new middle school principal

The District 75 School Board on Feb. 27 approved the hiring of Dr. Andrew Vondran to serve as the next principal at Carl Sandburg Middle School. Vondran will begin at CSMS on July 1, following the retirement of long-time CSMS Principal Mark Pilut. Read More

"Lost Boys" present a lesson in overcoming hardship

​The two men stood in front of sixth and seventh-graders, tall and smartly dressed, wearing brightly colored blazers. It was hard to imagine them as skinny 10-year-old refugees escaping war-torn Sudan. Yet here they were, two of the Lost Boys of Sudan, nearly 40 years after their lives were turned upside down by war, speaking to students at Carl Sandburg Middle School on Tuesday morning. Their positive message was accented by their smiles. Read More

MHS senior creates backdrop for middle school musical

When Carl Sandburg Band Director Moulee Gupta was searching for a backdrop for the school’s annual musical, “Descendants,” she hoped to find something special to match the enthusiasm her students were putting into the show. “It was just about finding the right people to make the magic come alive,” she said. Read More

D75 dual language teachers serve as a model for visiting educators

During the past few months, educators from school districts in Lake County and beyond have visited Mundelein schools to learn about best practices for teaching bilingual education. District 75 has become a model dual language district. In October, D75 hosted teachers and administrators from McHenry and North Chicago and showed them how it teaches bilingualism and biliteracy to students from kindergarten to eighth grade. Read More

Author's message of kindness helps turn D75 readers into empathetic writers

In a special visit to District 75, Children’s author Trudy Ludwig used her book, “The Invisible Boy,” to inspire elementary students to be kind, inclusive and accepting. Then she invited middle school students to continue spreading her message by creating their own picture books. Read More

Bring your books to BratFest

School District 75’s BratFest has always had something for everyone, from food to games to live music. This year the 53rd annual event will include a Book Trade allowing students and adults to swap one of their own books for another one. Read More