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Important information regarding Chromebook Distribution Events
Chromebook Distribution and Registration Information for the 2019-2020 School year.
The East Moline School District Board of Education voted unanimously to move to a 1:1 computing environment for all students in grades 3-8, starting in August of 2019. A district-wide committee of stakeholders studied 1:1 computing in education ...
Register to receive 2 FREE GAMES of bowling each day of the Kids Bowl Free program all summer long. Click here for more information.
The Illinois 5Essentials Survey is now open for you to provide input on the school that your child attends. This survey is designed to generate a detailed picture of the inner workings of your child’s school.
FREE Preschool Developmental Screenings For Children Ages 3 through 5 - June 4-5, 2019. Click here for more information.
If you are interested in Little League, click on this link for registration information.
A FREE camp for kids entering grades 4-9 affected by cancer in their family. Click here for more information.
See what's new! RACE: Are We So Different?... Summer Camps... Journey to Space... Click on this link to read more.
On Monday, October 22nd, 95 fifth grade students attended our annual field trip to the Lorado Taft outdoor educational program in Oregon, IL.
Students entering Kindergarten, 6th and 9th grade at any Illinois school must provide proof of a physical exam on a form approved by the Dept of Public Health and the State Board of Education. Click to read more and see form.
Legislation was passed that requires us to provide breakfast as a part of the school day. Breakfast is available at no cost to all students. This will also require us to change the elementary school start times to 8:15. Please download the attachment for more info.
Some revisions have been made to the 2018-2019 school calendar. Click to learn more
Sanchia Sommer has been awarded the STEM Teacher of the Year, by the Quad City Engineering & Science Council.
Our Superintendent sat down for an interview on The Cities with Jim Mertens to discuss inequitable school funding in Illinois.
Story and photo by Dispatch Argus reporter Sarah Hayden. Members of the East Moline-Silvis Rotary Club are out to tackle illiteracy. They plan to raise $50,000 to buy iPads for East Moline and Silvis third-grade students, hoping the devices inspire young readers and help teach English to non-native speakers.