The entire East Moline District #37 community will prepare all students to become life-long learners who are productive, responsible members of a global community.  We value and strive for:
   
A safe and nurturing environment Collaborative, fact-driven decision making
Equitable learning opportunities for all students High expectations for all stakeholders
A strong, community-wide support network  

We're happy to announce that the District can now take online payments.  You can deposit money for your students lunch and breakfast, pay for busing, gym uniforms, and more.

Online employment applications are accepted at any time. Follow us on Twitter @EMSD37HR and check our website for a listing of open positions. District #37 is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of color, religion, gender, age, national origin, sexual orientation or handicap..

Click here to find out more, and to access the online application system.

The Illinois School Report Cards provide information about students, the instructional setting, finances, academic performance, performance on state assessments, and Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP). You can print out the files below, or call 309-792-2887 if you would like paper copies of any of the state report cards.

Check out the free interactive Illinois report card site for test results and other school accountability information for Illinois schools.

Fishing Clinic

2014 East Moline Fishing Clinic
fishingAgain this year the City of East Moline, and the Illinois Department of Natural Resources have teamed up to provide free fishing clinics to kids 16 and under (children 6 and under must be chaperoned). All equipment is provided.

Where: Butterworth Park Pond, 2200 block of Archer Drive
When: Wednesdays – June 25th, July 2nd, July 9th, July 16th, July 23rd, and July 30th
Who: Clinics are geared toward children 16 and younger and anyone interested in

Learning basic fishing techniques. (Children 6 and under must be chaperoned.)
Clinic participants are provided with rods, reels, bait and tackle for 90 minutes of catch and release fishing.
Call Amy or Theresa at (309) 752-1599 or stop by City Hall Annex (912 16th Avenue)
Sign Up Early – registration limited to 20 per class

Download the attached files for more information.

Welcome to District 37

Welcome Message



District #37 has a long history of providing a caring and enlightening environment for all of our students. We are committed to meeting the challenges we are entrusted with for providing our children with an education which will provide them with the skills and knowledge needed to become successful citizens. We believe in the effectiveness of our schools and ask for your support in our quest for providing the best educational opportunities for all of our children.

Through our collective efforts we can assure our children the educational opportunities necessary for a successful life. We encourage you to participate in school activities and to take an active role in the growth and development of the District.

Please feel free to contact any of the District Staff whenever you have questions or concerns.

We look forward to this school year and the opportunity to work as partners with you for the betterment of our children and our community.

Early Release Days



East Moline Board of Education has adopted a progressive plan to coordinate the educational program and teaching. On selected days, about once a month, EMSD schools will be released early to allow all teachers to meet in building- and district-level meetings.

Glenview students will be released at 11am
Elementarys at 11:30am
Buses will run normal routes at these times.

Tips for Parents



Elementary Schools
 

Glenview School


 

6th Annual Engineering Camp

QCSEC-logoRegistration is now open for the 6th annual Engineering Kids Camp at the Putnam Museum.
The one day camps will be held during the week of July 21st - July 25th for kids in grades 2nd
– 8th.
The camp is a partnership between the Quad City Engineering & Science Council (QCESC),
the Putnam Museum and the Iowa State University College of Engineering, who design and
lead the camp. Each one day camp will be an exciting, engaging experience for your young
engineer. Three fun, hands-on sessions including LEGO robotics with challenges for various
student experience levels, the opportunity to create and learn side-by-side with engineering
students from Iowa State University and Quad City professional engineers, and a big screen
3D movie along with a camp t-shirt and lunch.
Camp free is $40 and includes lunch and a t-shirt. Camp runs 9am – 3pm daily with extended
care available for additional fees at the Putnam Museum, 1717 W. 12th Street, Davenport,
Iowa. Space is limited, register today at www.putnam.org/What-s-Happening/SummerCamps
or call 563-324-1933 ext. 266.
Dates are:
  • July 21st – Grade 4-6
  • July 22nd – Grades 4-6
  • July 23rd – Grades 2-3
  • July 24th – Grades 4-8 GIRLS ONLY!
  • July 25th Grades 7-8
For more information about the Iowa State University Engineering Kids Program, visit
www.isek.iastate.edu. For more information on the Quad City Science & Engineering Council,
visit www.qcesc.org .
For further information, please contact Pat Barnes at barnespatricko@johndeere .com or
(563) 370-5513.You can also wisit the event page by clicking here.

UTHS Summer Camps

United Township High School is inviting students to register for this years summer camps. Please download the attached flyers for more information.

District Consolidation Report

Our Board of Education entered into an agreement with our neighboring districts to look at the question of consolidation and possible shared services. The study is complete and we'd like to share the findings with you.

A PowerPoint was developed for use at public meetings.  Click here to view/download this presentation.


Attachments:
Download this file (Consolidation Study.pdf)Consolidation Report[ ]

School Supplies

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We now have lists for the school supplies needed for the 2014-2015 school year.

Click here to view /download / or print them.

Strategic Planning


Dear East Moline Families:

Recently our Board of Education authorized a committee of community-minded individuals to undertake the process of creating a long-range strategic plan. The committee of district personnel and community leaders started this process back in April and finished their work in early September. We presented a three-year comprehensive plan to our Board of Education on September 26th and they voted unanimously to adopt the plan and authorize the administration to begin executing the plan.

This will be a living, breathing plan that we will continue toadapt in future years. We think it is extremely important that all of our families have access to what we are working toward and that is why we are putting the entire plan on our website. You can download a copy of the plan from the front page of our website.  Copies have also been placed in each of our school offices and the Administration Center for any family or community member requesting a copy. Click here to download that plan.


Yours for kids,

Kristin Humphries
Superintendent

State Report Cards

This years AYP reports are not yet available via the ISBE's State Report Card web site, so we'd like to provide the attached documents until the web site is updated and available for the public.
Attachments:
Download this file (ISBE_2013-AYP.pdf)District AYP Report[ ]

Tips For Parents

Elementary Schools
 

Glenview School

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District Calendar


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08/18 Board Meeting at Administration Bldg.
09/22 Board Meeting at Administration Bldg.
10/27 Board Meeting at Administration Bldg.
11/17 Board Meeting at Administration Bldg.
12/15 Board Meeting at Administration Bldg.

Contact Us!

Mr. Kristin Humphries
Superintendent
3555 - 19th St.
East Moline, IL  61244
309-792-2887

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