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Congratulations to Sam Uditsky, Winner of Best Photography at the IHSAE Small Works Show at Blick in Lincoln Park, Chicago!

The Small Works Show is on Exhibition through March 2019 at BLICK in Lincoln Park, and is sponsored by IHSAE (Illinois High School Art Exhibition) and the IAEA (Illinois Art Education Association). 


For more information about the IHSAE and to see art from all 2018 winners, visit


Elmhurst D205 and York High School salutes the Best of Show winners from the 2018 York High School Art Show on last evening (Dec. 13, 2018). The annual show was held at York High School and is the 38th year for the event. This year’s Best of Show recipients are:


Best of Show

1st Libby Wagner

2nd Ben Rogers

3rd Hannah Graber

4th Kyle Johnson

5th Autumn English

6th Helena Koczur

7th Annelies Vermeulen

8th Katie Gobber

Madison McGreal

9th David Immundo

10th Jared Frank


In addition to the honor, these talented student artists will go on to display their work at Osio-Brown Studios here in Elmhurst. The professional art gallery and production studio, owned by Penelope and Adam Brown, will host a special reception for the Top 3 Best of Show winners, Libby Wagner, Ben Rogers, and Hannah Graber, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, December 19.


Congratulations to these fine students on their incredible work, and special thanks to Osio-Brown Studios for supporting their work.


Congratulations to York High School’s December 2018 Students of the Month. Each month, students are selected by department based upon criteria such as: level of contribution, achievement, improvement, or community stewardship. Recipients are recognized at a monthly breakfast and awarded a certificate. The honorees for this month are:


Social Studies - Annalise Belzile

Visual Arts - Caroline Dorion

EL- Oseas Garcia Ramos

EL- Oliber Morales Ramos

EL - Marvin Ramos Jimenez

Industrial Technology - Joseph Jurczyk

Science - Lauren Keith

York Student Services - Cristian Lepore

Business & Technology - Katherine McDonald

Mathematics - Rose Menichini

PE/Health/Drivers Ed -Thomas Milutin

World Language - Katrina Sales

Family & Consumer Sciences - Kendall Bolt

English - Katherine Clugg

York Activities - David Hansen

Performing Arts - Ashley Homolka

York Athletics - Krystyna Panek


Elmhurst Community Unit School District 205 has announced dates for 2019 Kindergarten Registration. Please share this information with any prospective D205 parents you may know:

  • Tuesday, February 5, 2019 – 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. (All D205 Elementary Schools Participating)

  • Wednesday, February 6, 2019 - 12:30 – 3:00 p.m. (All D205 Elementary Schools Participating)

  • Thursday, February 7, 2019 - 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. (Conrad Fischer for Fischer students only. Spanish translator available)

  • Thursday, February 7, 2019 – 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. (District 205 Center for All other elementary schools)


Elmhurst District 205 and York High School is pleased to announce that seniors from the graduating Class of 2019 have been recognized as Illinois State Scholars. Illinois State Scholars represent approximately the top ten percent of high school seniors from 757 high schools across the state. Illinois State Scholars are chosen based on a combination of exemplary ACT or SAT test scores and sixth semester class rank. Please see the listing of student honorees attached.


Principal Erin DeLuga shared her pride in the Class of 2019, “As the Principal of York High School, I continue to be blown away by the talent and commitment of our students across the board.  Our Illinois State Scholars are no exception.  They continue to be shining role models to their peers and I extraordinarily proud of their accomplishments."  


"We are very proud of all of our students and fortunate that we can offer so many amazing options for students.  These young men and women have excelled academically in their areas of interest, and we recognize all the hard work that has gone into this culminating honor, said Superintendent Dr. David Moyer.


The Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC), the state agency committed to helping to make college accessible and affordable for Illinois families, confers this prestigious recognition to top Illinois high school students annually. This year, more than 21,000 honorees join the other top students who have been honored for their academic achievements since the designation was first introduced in 1958.  


Honorees will receive a congratulatory letter from ISAC and a personalized Certificate of Achievement. Honorees can also download a digital Illinois State Scholar badge that can be displayed on their online profiles and social media platforms, and shared with high school counselors, prospective colleges, employers, family members and others.  A complete list of the 2019-20 Illinois State Scholars can be found on ISAC’s website.






Thank you to all the families who attended the middle school course selection meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 27. For those who were not able to make it, materials shared at the meeting are available below: 


A new message from Dr. David Moyer is now posted in the Superintendent's Column. The latest column details the upcoming referendum before the Nov. 6 vote, provides insight into the state's new school report card system, as well as shares other updates from across the district.

You can read the latest update at Follow Dr. Moyer's blog at


The Illinois Civic Mission Coalition (ICMC) has recognized York Community High School as an Illinois Democracy School. York will receive a stipend from the Robert R. McCormick Foundation, which convenes the ICMC to continue civic learning initiatives, as well as a new banner for public display.

“Our high school people have worked very hard to ensure that the curriculum is relevant, and our social studies department is a prime example of that. Our vision is all students graduate college, career and life ready, and nothing defines life ready more in this country than the ability to effectively participate and function in a democratic society,” D205 Superintendent Dr. David Moyer said.

York Community High School Principal Erin DeLuga added, “Mr. Mike DiNovo and the Democracy Schools team have worked tirelessly to attain recognition for York as a Democracy school. In that pursuit, we hope to provide enriching civic experiences for our students across content areas. It very much aligns to meeting each student where s/he thrives. It also strengthens our interdisciplinary efforts. Kudos to all of those who worked from the roots up.”

Since 2006, 75 Illinois high schools have successfully completed a school-wide civic assessment to be recognized as Democracy Schools. The Robert R. McCormick Foundation has convened the ICMC since 2010. Learn more at

Democracy Schools provide students with authentic experiences in the rights, responsibilities, and tensions inherent to living in a democracy. Participating schools create opportunities and experiences that empower students to nurture and sustain democracy, including: engaging in current and controversial issue discussions, participating in democratic simulations, and providing service learning opportunities.

“We commend York H.S. for their tenacity and enthusiasm in expanding and improving civic learning across the curriculum and throughout Illinois,” said Sonia Mathew, Civic Learning Manager at the Robert R. McCormick Foundation. “Through these practices and experiences student see first-hand the critical role they play in shaping government and society.”


Congratulations to the eight York High School seniors named today as Semifinalists in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship competition! The students representing York are Michael Bindeman, Joseph Black, Calvin Carta, Christian Glosner, William Phillips, Edward Ryan, Hayden Snyder and Cecilia Stumpf.

Our students will have the opportunity to advance in the competition, and be considered for some 7,500 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $31 million that will be offered next spring.

Congratulations, Dukes!



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