On behalf of CD, we wish all of our families a wonderful holiday season and Happy New Year! We are so proud of the work that all of our students achieved in semester 1 and look forward to new challenges and celebrations in semester 2.
The following poem was a final exam project written by a Classic CD Sophomore, Darryl.
Oh ancient tree how beautiful you are, how wise you are
On your hilltop all alone and still it gives me a certain thrill to theorize about days of yore
Before your leaves became crystals and your trunk now black with age
How you must love that aurora borealis that that beautiful shiny wonderment
Your long standing friend
The snow may soon melt away but Aurora Borealis is here to stay
The sight of this ancient beauty is like a real life painting a real sight to behold
If you’ve seen it yourself you wouldn’t have to be told
That beauty should be preserved and preserved it shall
In a painting perhaps, now I shall take a bow
The CD Program wishes your family the best of the season and a very Happy New Year!
Please, be aware of the adjusted schedule to end our 1st semester:
December 19th 8 to 11:30
December 20th 8 to 11:30
December 21st 8 to 11:30
*Transportation companies were made aware.
Students resume for 2nd semester on Tuesday, January 8th.
Ms. McGreal and Mr. Pila's A.P.E. class had a great time participating in a Breakout EDU activity. Breakout EDU games require critical thinking, collaboration, creativity, and communication. Thank you Ms. Sukalo and Ms. Cooler for all of your help! We all had a blast.
As part of our Fall PBIS Kick Off, all of CD High School had a great time with the entire CD Program at Konow's Corn Maze in Homer Glen. The students practiced being safe, respectful, and responsible in a community setting.