District 99 has moved to full online registration beginning with the 2020-2021 academic year. Schools will no longer be requiring parents to come to the building over the summer and enrolling their child in classes.
Parents will now be able to register their child at home and at any time during the registration periods. No more taking off work and waiting in long lines — online registration is finally here!
Click below for all information regarding how Cicero District 99 is helping and updating parents during this unprecedented time. Find information on free meals, remote learning resources and health tips during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis.
Parents — you can now watch Virtual Parent Workshops at home!
to learn more about District 99's award-winning biannual event that gives parents the opportunity to attend workshops aimed to help better understand what is going on in District 99.
Outside community speakers also deliver workshops to help motivate and encourage parents to give not only themselves, but their children a better and more educated life.
Not only do all District 99 students get a Chromebook, they also get a hotspot provided by T-Mobile to go along with it!
HOTSPOT DOESN'T WORK?
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Power School FAQs
The Hero Parent Portal gives you access to your student's behavior activity, school schedule, upcoming events and awards that your school keeps track of.
To report instances of student bullying and/or school violence, please fill out the form in the link below.
After completion, the form is to be submitted to the principal's office at your child's school.
*2020-2021 lists coming soon
UNITY JUNIOR HIGH
Once the school year ends, the Greater Chicago Food Depository Lunch Bus routes begin and summer meal sites open.
The bus stops by three District 99 schools Monday-Friday during the summer.
Wilson Elementary 12:45-1:05 p.m.
Liberty Elementary 1:35-1:55 p.m.
Woodbine Elementary 2:10-2:30 p.m.
Parent Patrol is a group of nearly 300 volunteer residents which dedicates their time and energy into helping ensure safe passage for local youth. The Town of Cicero Safety Patrol volunteer group was founded in 2010, and its volunteer base keeps growing!
If you're interested in learning more about the Town of Cicero Safety Patrol, contact
Parents — It's Time To Get Counted!
Did you know that the Town of Cicero lost nearly $390 MILLION over the last 10 years due to members of community not filling out the 2010 Census?
By filling out the census, you are helping fund our schools, special education programs and free lunch for our students!
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ALREADY RECEIVED YOUR INVITATION?
Do you want to apply for SNAP or Medicaid? The Greater Chicago Food Depository is here to help you!
To apply or ask questions, please visit Jessica Coleman from 8:30 a.m.- 3:30 p.m. Wednesdays at Cicero West, Thursdays at Warren Park or Fridays at Columbus West.
You can also contact Coleman at (708) 635-9338.