Kindergarten Registration for the 2015-2016 school year will be held on Monday, February 9th from 2:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m at Alqonquin Road School. Please call Algonquin Road School at 847/516-5101 to request an enrollment packet.
This Dashboard has been created to monitor progress in areas conducive to fostering a quality school system and quality schools. Similar to an automobile dashboard, the District Dashboard provides a quick glance at key indicators to monitor our success in working with students and school district operations. The Dashboard is one of the tools used by the district to provide transparent communication to all stakeholders for the purposes of increasing understanding about District 3, while keeping parents, students, staff, and community members informed on the District’s progress toward meeting its mission.
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- About District 3
School District #3 offers a daily hot lunch program to all students, grades K through 8. Hot lunches are $2.50 each and include one entrée of the day, vegetable, fruit, grain and milk (1% white or fat free chocolate).
Stop by our health services page for lots of information on H1N1 flu and several medical forms for your convenience.
Students can choose from a variety of activities and sports like Volleyball, Track, Cross Country, Softball, Basketball, Soccer and Scholastic Bowl. Don't miss a game. Click here for the current athletic schedules, current fees and information for all sports.
There are several forms online to download for your convenience and fill out. There are registration forms as well as student information and supply lists.
The mission of FRGMS in partnership with students, staff, and community members is to provide educational excellence to all students through challenging and differentiated instruction in a safe, nurturing, and collaborative environment in order to prepare them to meet the challenges of the future as members of the global community.
Along with core classes, students at both schools participate in "specials" such as physical education, general music, computer technology, and visual arts. In addition, students at the middle school participate in band, chorus, foreign language, health, and speech/drama classes. The district also supports guidance, speech, and special needs programs.
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