Schools Closed

Out of respect for the public interest and to adhere to the recommended guidelines for social distancing, all District 33 buildings are closed to students and staff the weeks of March 16 - 20 and March 23 - March 27. In addition, all activities and events at the buildings are canceled through spring break, March 30 - April 3. We will continue to keep you updated as we gather more information.
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Food Pantries in the Area

State Rep Karina Villa provided information about food pantries in the area:  Food Pantries In this time of high need the first priority at our local food pantries is addressing your immediate need for food. If possible, please bring an ID and a utility bill for proof of residency. Please make an effort to visit a food pantry in your local area. More for locations and other details.  More +
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E-Learning/E-Caring Lessons Updated

District 33 will be utilizing E-Learning (electronic learning) in place of Emergency School Closing Days. Lessons have been updated for week 2.   Lessons for the E-Learning Days can be found on our website. If you are not able to access an Internet connection, please visit the following link for more information:  or call 1-855-8-INTERNET (1-855-846-8376). More +
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Food Service Available During COVID19 Shutdown

District 33, along with its food service partner, Aramark, will provide breakfast and lunch distributions Monday through Friday, through Tuesday, April 7, 2020.  Including the week of Spring  Break. 

COVID-19 Updates/ Communication

The Governor has called "shelter in place" statewide. The DuPage County Health Department is a trusted source for information and updates about COVID-19.  Access their website for the facts about COVID-19, information about "shelter in place", social distancing, and what you can do to prevent the spread of illnesses.    District 33 Updates 

Community Resources available during COVID19

Current list of available community resources. 

Indian Knoll School received a Commendable rating from the Illinois State Board of Education

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Ms. Jackie Campos is the new principal for Indian Knoll School.

Welcome New Principal of IK

The Board of Education is excited to welcome Ms. Jackie Campos as the new principal of Indian Knoll School.  More +
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Flu Season / Temporada de influenza

La asistencia a clases es muy importante, y la escuela es un mejor lugar cuando sus hijos están presentes. Sin embargo, en medio de la temporada de influenza, queremos recordarles a los padres que es muy importante dejar a sus hijos en casa cuando están muy enfermos como para aprender y exista el riesgo de enfermar a otros estudiantes.  
Attendance is important, and school is a better place when your child is here. However, in the midst of flu season, we want to remind parents that it is important to keep children who are ill home when they are too sick to learn and there is a risk of making others ill.

No School on Friday / No ha escuela el viernes

There is NO SCHOOL Friday, Februray 28, 2020.  Staff will be participating in the county wide institute day. 
NO HAY CLASES el viernes 28 de febrero de 2020. El personal participará en el día del instituto en todo el condado. 
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Indian Knoll School 
0N645 Indian Knoll Rd
(630) 293-6020
Jacqueline Campos x 4201
Assistant Principal
 Laurie Deno x 4205
Gonzalez, Annabelle  x4200
24-Hour Attendance Line
(630) 293-6020 x4202
School Hours

Building Opens for Breakfast

 8:15 AM

Supervision of Students Begins

 8:30 AM

School Starts/First Bell

 8:40 AM

Students Dismissed

 3:25 PM

1/2 day dismissal for
elementaries 11:45 am
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