Garden Hills

Webcams give firsthand look at Unit 4 construction projects

Webcams have been installed and are now streaming live to the Champaign Unit 4 district website from construction sites at Garden Hills Elementary and Booker T. Washington Elementary. The cameras were installed to give students and community members a first hand look at the construction progress on the new schools. Unit 4 is building a new school at the Booker T. Washington Elementary School site and expanding Garden Hills Elementary School with a 31,000 square foot addition.  

Champaign Unit 4 Food Service Offers Summer Feeding Program

Champaign Unit 4 Schools has been awarded a federally funded grant to offer free summer meals to children 18 years and younger at several designated locations. This program is made available to area school districts that have 50% or more students eligible to receive free and reduced lunch when the national school lunch program is not available during the summer. Breakfast and lunch will be served at the following sites through August 2010;

Proximity A to Carrie Busey Extended to Students Living 1.5 miles from Savoy School Site in Unit 4 School Assignment Process

Kindergarten registration for Champaign Unit 4 elementary schools will be held March 1-31 at the Marshall K. Berner Family Information Center, 405 E. Clark Street. In preparation for the 2012 relocation of Carrie Busey Elementary School to 304 Prairie Rose in Savoy, families living within 1.5 miles of the new Savoy site have a Proximity A status to Carrie Busey Elementary School in the current kindergarten assignment process.

8th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Essay Contest 2010 Winners

The University of Illinois Office of Public Engagement and the committee for the 8th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Essay Contest recently announced the 2010 essay contest winners. Nearly 300 essays were submitted from 20 schools. Awards will be presented on Saturday, January 23rd, at 10:00a.m. at the Krannert Center for Performing Arts, at the MLK Community Celebration.

Garden Hills Elementary School Green Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Garden

Garden Hills Elementary School will celebrate its new energy efficient heating and cooling system with a Green Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on September 29 at 1:30 p.m. Students will be giving guided tours of the building, which include information on how the new geothermal heating and cooling system works for their building. Student posters about the geothermal system and energy efficiency will be displayed. Students are learning about the technology and the benefits of the system while it is being implemented.

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