| Robert Procunier Administration Center|
6611 W. 171st Street
Tinley Park, IL 60477
Kindergarten pre-registration for the 2017-2018 school year is now open. Click here to begin the process, or find the link on the right side of the page.
Illinois 5Essentials Survey
Teachers, parents, and students throughout Illinois are invited to take part in the annual 5Essentials Survey. The survey is open from November 16, 2016 to January 16, 2017.
This confidential survey will help the District understand the conditions at our schools and will guide our continued improvement. We encourage all parents to take part.
Please see the letter below for more information on, and a link to, the survey.
Tips for Using the Calendar
Visit your school's homepage for the Clubs or Sports
calendars for your school.
Click on the event to see both the start and end times
, as well as other details.
In the top right hand corner, click the drop-down arrow
to access filters for other school calendars. Uncheck the blue check mark to only view certain school calendars.
To subscribe to a calendar
and copy all events into your personal Google Calendar, click on the "+ Google Calendar" button in the bottom right-hand corner. This will subscribe you to events for each school that you choose. To add only one event
to your calendar, click on the event, and beneath the description click "copy to my calendar." If you do not have a Google account and would like one, click here
2016 Walk to School Day
District 146 students and staff participated in International Walk to School Day to demonstrate the importance of healthy living. Upon arriving at school, students were treated to apples and water provided by Quest Food Service.
Walk to School Day is just one initiative of District 146 that stresses the importance of healthy lifestyle choices. Through its "District 146 Gets Fit" program, the District will continue to educate students about healthy food choices, the importance of exercise, and how fun it is to stay fit.
The Road to Central Challenge has Begun
Wednesday, September 14 marked the start of the 2016-2017 Road to Central Challenge as students played a soccer tournament at Kruse elementary school.
The Road to Central Challenge is an intramural competition between the four district elementary schools. The challenge is composed of six different athletic competitions including soccer, volleyball, basketball, bowling, softball, and track.
This challenge gives 5th grade students a chance to represent their school and compete in activities which will prepare them to play sports at Central Middle School. It also introduces students who may some day become friends.
All teams played well in this year's soccer competition, but Fulton came out on top going undefeated in the challenge. The next event will be volleyball at Fulton on November 9.
Opening Day Keynote Presentation
Superintendent Dr. Jeff Stawick addressed new and returning teachers and staff at the District 146 Staff Opening Day. The presentation was followed by two-days of staff development sessions.
Board passes new attendance boundaries at May 9 Board meeting
For more information on the boundary change, visit this page.
District 146 wins top awards at South Suburban Math Bowl
On April 28, 26 south suburban school districts participated in the 2016 South Cook Math Bowl at Prairie State College. Each school district sent their top two students per grade level. 52 students were competing at each grade level.
District 146 Elementary MVP: Michelle Broers
District 146 Middle School MVP: John Roth
Daniel Mc Carthy
2nd place overall:
Division B (3rth and 4th): Benjamin James, Gunnar Lindich, Caleb Aggen, Michelle Broers
3rd place overall:
Division A (1st and 2nd): Nathan Beazley, Daniel Mc Carthy, Gavin Hemminger, Dylan Scanlon
6th place overall:
Division C (5th and 6th) Evan Lukac, Alex Day, Jack Day, Charlie Desnoyers
Division D (7th and 8th): Todd Bajzek, Ayden Ward, John Roth, and Erik Zawada.