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Building Bright Futures Together
Welcome to Mundelein Elementary School District #75. We put students first. Our outstanding instructional environment is designed to educate, challenge and nurture the whole child. We are committed to preparing each student for college and career success through our curriculum, educational programs and services. Our dedicated staff is focused on learning using innovative strategies and promoting student engagement. Our schools are a source of community pride. High expectations and positive home-school relationships contribute to our students’ success. Together, the staff and parents of District #75 are Building Bright Futures for our students.

                                                                                                ~ Dr. Cynthia Heidorn, Superintendent

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Children's Safety
Children’s safety is always a primary concern for school and public officials. Mundelein School District 75 and the Mundelein Police Department are asking parents to take added precautions to ensure the safety of their children following Read on...
Summer Reading
District 75 schools are gearing up for their summer reading programs. Parents should begin talking to their children about books and article that they are currently reading. Read on...
Scientific Method Develops Life-Long Researchers
Carl Sandburg Middle School sixth graders displayed weeks of scientific experiments about which batteries last the longest, which materials build the strongest bridges, how pollutants affect plant life and so on. Read on...
District Seeks Parent Input
Teachers, parents, and students across Illinois have an opportunity to participate in the second annual Illinois 5Essentials Survey. This survey is designed to generate a detailed picture of the inner workings of your child’s school. Read on...
Board of Education Hires Director
The Mundelein School District 75 Board of Education this month hired Dan Swartz as the district’s new director of teaching and learning. Read on...
Mechanics Grove Teacher Wins National Award
Teacher Anthony Cho, a fifth grade teacher at Mechanics Grove Elementary School, received a national award from the Edison Innovation Foundation for his many Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) connections in the classroom. Read on...