Front Page Features

  • FULL SERVICE

    Pair of prestigious grants provides $5 million for community schools initiatives in Bensenville School District 2.

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  • LET’S BE PALS!

    Blackhawk debuts its new Peer-Assisted Learning Squad.

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  • WE HAVE LIFT OFF!

    After-school programs have begun at District 2’s new RISE Academies.

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  • READY! SIT GO!

    District 2's fourth Students Involved with Technology Conference was another HUGE hit!

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  • ON TARGET

    The first three years of life is a period of incredible developmental growth. District 2's Birth-to-3 Program offers quality activities that nurture and strengthen healthy parent-child relationships during this critical time.

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  • A SWEET HOLIDAY TRADITION

    Decorating gingerbread houses with District 2's kindergartners.

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  • CHANGING THEIR WORLD

    Through their social movement projects, eighth graders seek to solve the problems around them by learning from history and following their passion.

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  • GROWING UP!

    District 2’s student growth scores in math rank among DuPage County’s best, and the Daily Herald took notice.

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  • WHEEL OF WISDOM

    Traveling game show puts Johnson students and staff to the test.

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  • HOUR OF CODE

    Tech activities put computer science center stage at Tioga.

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  • IT WAS LIT!

    Tioga's annual Literacy Night and Book Fair gave students and families a fun opportunity to engage in a wide variety of reading, writing, and artistic activities.

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  • AXOLOTL QUESTIONS!

    That's what students did during Susan Hood's visit to Tioga to talk about her career as an author, and to discuss her books ... including one about an endangered axolotl salamander named Spike.

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  • A BIGGER TABLE

    Our kindergartners' Thanksgiving Feast epitomized the popular saying "When you have more than you need, build a bigger table." We hope you enjoyed the holiday, and we're grateful that you're part of our Johnson family!

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  • HAKUNA MATATA!

    A cast and crew of more than 100 students brought the African savannah to life on stage as Simba, Rafiki, and an unforgettable array of characters journeyed from Pride Rock to the jungle and back again in this inspiring, coming-of-age tale.

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  • AROUND THE WORLD

    Johnson's annual Nations Night gave students and families a fun opportunity to learn about different cultures.

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