More than 4,000 athletes competed in the Illinois Special Olympic Summer Games at Illinois State University on June 9-11. Athletes, coaches and families attended the Opening Ceremony to watch Law Enforcement Torch Run light the Flame of Hope to kick off the Games. We are proud to share that two Lisle 202 Special Olympic Athletes' hard work paid off, earning Gold medals in their respective events. Peter Sanchez earned a Gold medal in the 50 M Assisted Race and Gabby Daley won a Gold Medal for 100 M Run. We are so proud of our Lisle 202 Special Olympic Athletes!
Tate Woods has a long-standing tradition of inspiring students to love reading and learning and sharing that love with the Lisle community and beyond internationally. With this in mind, Mrs. Miller’s second grade class decided to put that tradition in action by creating a Little Free Library right at Tate Woods.
This past spring, Mrs. Miller’s class worked to secure donations, purchase materials, build and decorate the Little Free Library box. On May 24, 2017, the class hosted a Grand Opening presentation and celebration to launch the Tate Woods’ Little Free Library. The students were thrilled to share their love of reading with the community.
Mrs. Miller and her students would like to invite you to share in the Tate Woods tradition of inspiring a love of reading and join the new tradition of the Tate Woods Little Free Library!
Here’s how it works:
Beginning in 2009, Todd XXX placed a Little Free Library in his front yard to honor his mother with the idea, “Take a book. Return a book.” Today, the Little Free Library has more than 50,000 locations in all 50 states and 70 countries across the world! The goal is to provide access to books for all people in a community and offer the opportunity for children and community members to continue to connect with literacy and each other.
The Tate Woods Little Free Library is located right in front of the school!
Anyone! We hope everyone will take advantage of this great opportunity to share and enjoy books. If you take a book, you do not need to return that exact book, but please add one or two to share with the neighborhood, too! Our book exchange is on the honor system, so our library will stay full of quality books when everyone contributes.
Any time! Come on over and share in the love of reading!
The Little Free Library (LFL) organization maintains a world map on their website www.littlefreelibrary.org. The Tate Woods LFL can be found at LFL #55640 the World Map!
Each year US News & World Report ranks the best high schools in the nation. We are pleased to share that this year Lisle High School ranks in the top 5% of Illinois high schools and the top 5% of high schools nationally.
The annual ranking analyzes the performance of more than 22,000 public high schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia on state proficiency tests. Qualifying criteria include student performance in mathematics and reading, the ability of the school to promote the success of all students, and the level of success and degree of participation in Advanced Placement courses and exams.
Although these distinctions focus on specific grade spans and schools, it is the collective work of everyone in District 202 which has led to these excellent results. Each level in our District contributes to the success of our students and we are honored to see these efforts recognized in publications as prestigious as the U.S News & World Report. The following link will direct you to the publication web site - US NEWS - BEST HIGH SCHOOLS
Registration is quickly approaching! Please carefully review the information below for PK-12 Registration Procedures.
**Note: Please bring a one copy of residency documents per student to walk-in registration**
Computers will be available at all walk-in registration sites for your convenience and a Spanish-speaking interpreter will also be available.
New Families to District 202 should contact the school of attendance to begin the enrollment and registration process.
Tate Woods – Grades 1-2
Schiesher – Grades K, 3-5
Jr. High – Grades 6-8
High School – Grades 9-12