It's not too late to show your support to D64ELF!

Thanks to all of you who attended this year's District 64 ELF (Elementary Learning Foundation) Casino Night! The event was a great success with over $30,000 raised to support innovative, imaginative and educational programs for our children across the district. Watch our video message from D64 principals to learn how your donation to ELF is making a difference in our schools. ELF grants have provided our schools with unique training opportunities, collaboration stations, stand-up desks, 21st century learning centers, broadcasting rooms, and more!

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If you weren't able to attend Casino Night, it's not too late to show your support! Click here:

to make your tax-deductible donation.  We accept PayPal and all major credit cards. Thanks in advance for your support! Please contact if you have questions.




​​Join us for our Inaugural

​          Halloween Hustle 5k Run and Walk

Apply for a grant!

We are looking for volunteers and sponsors for our upcoming 5k!  If you want to support the District and don't know how, this is a great opportunity to do so!  Help out at a water station, be a course marshal, or help out at the Start/Finish.  There's plenty to do!  Or, if you are a business whose customers are District 64 families, this is a great way to show your support of the district schools.  Email for more information.

The Judith L Snow Ethical Leadership Award was awarded to 4 outstanding students.  Thank you to all who took their time to apply, it was a tough decision.  Congratulations to Jonathan Spychalski and Danielle Ammentorp from Lincoln Middle School, and Jessica Beck and Rachel Bull from Emerson.  We hope you all had a great summer!  Click here to view a few pictures.

Saturday, October 28

Hodges Park

8:30 am

Did you miss Casino Night?