Evanston Township High School continues its Community Conversations, discussions that allow community members to engage in dialogue about the high school. The April and May conversations will focus on gathering suggestions and responding to concerns of “Future Wildkit” parents and families in the School District. Dr. Eric Witherspoon, District 202 Superintendent, will host these conversations at several District 65 elementary schools.
Parents and family members of children who attend public, private and parochial schools, who are home-schooled in School District 65 and 202 (they are coterminous) are encouraged to attend.
Staff members from ETHS will be available to answer questions, help refine understanding of key issues and build awareness of the school’s current efforts. ETHS also encourages participation by families who have enrolled children at ETHS in the past and may be sending their younger children to ETHS.
ETHS Community Conversations begin at 7 p.m. and last about 90 minutes. They are free and open to the public.
• April 16, Dawes Elementary School, 440 Dodge Ave.
• April 26, Walker Elementary School, 3601 Church St.
• April 30, Oakton Elementary School, 436 Ridge Ave.
• May 3, Kingsley Elementary School, 2300 Green Bay Road.
• May 9, Washington Elementary School, 914 Ashland Ave.
• May 14, Lincolnwood Elementary School, 2600 Colfax St.
• May 16, Lincoln Elementary School, 910 Forest Ave.
• May 29, Dewey Elementary School, 1551 Wesley Ave.
Spanish-language translation will be provided at all sessions except the May 3 session. Free childcare services will be provided at each venue for ages 2-12. Registration for childcare is required. Interested parents can RSVP for childcare by calling 847-424-7515 or by filling out an online request form on the ETHS website. Childcare will not be available at sessions where parents do not sign up in advance.
More information is available at www.eths.k12.il.us, at 847-424-7515 or at email@example.com.