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New College Entrance Exam for Illinois
To view the procurement process for a new college entrance exam for Illinois, click here.  
The Transition SeriesWorkshops for Students with Disabilities
NEXT STEPS is a parent training organization and resource network for families of students who have a disability. The transition series is to provide families with the skills and information they need to work with others to develop appropriate transition plans and achieve the goals of transition.

To learn more about NEXT STEPS and to view the schedule of workshops being facilitated in March, click here.
Parent-Teacher Conference
Our Parent-Teacher Conference is a great opportunity to maintain and improve communication between parents and teachers. 
2.16.16 Board of Education Meeting Update
The Board of Education Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, February 16 at 6:30 p.m. will be held in the at Rich South High School Auditorium, 5000 Sauk Trail in Richton Park, IL. 
Parent University Meeting 2.27.16
District 227 understands that parent-school partnerships are essential in preparing our children to become knowledgable, responsible, caring adults. 
Chemistry students learn about Mole Day
Mole Day is celebrated on October 23 every year between 6:02 a.m. and 6:02 p.m. in the honor of Avogadro’s number (6.02 x 1023), which is a basic measuring unit in chemistry. Many high schools in United States and around the world celebrate Mole Day with various chemistry or moles related activities. 
Jessica Schraft is committed to assisting Olympians with college and career choices
Jessica Schraft is a graduate of the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaing and is committed to assisting Rich Central students with their college and career choices. 
2015-2016 Assessment, Calendar, and PARCC ISBE Letter
District 227 is intentional about consistent communication to maintain and enhance parent and community partnership. Thank you for your accountability and support as we focus on student success.

To view the assessment letter, calendar and PARCC ISBE letter, click here.
Illinois Junior Energy Project
The District 227 CTE Department along with the Prairie State College Trio Program is partnering with NICOR Gas, ComEd, and AT&T for the "Illinois Junior Energy Project". While other school districts will be in attendance, we are proud to have the most students registered to attend. The event will focus on careers, conversations, and exposure. 
Advanced Biology students identify types of tissue and their location in the human body
Advanced Biology students at the Rich Central campus, taught by Mr. Bonomo, use different forms of mobile devices and lab technology to identify types of tissue and where in the body they can be found according to their structure. Students may use their own mobile device or those provided by the instructor. 
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