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  • Breach of School Safety Incident

    Wednesday, May 4, 2016

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  • The Great Goose Getaway

    A mother goose recently set up house at Conrady. That was great for students and staff who watched and waited for the eggs to hatch in the school’s atrium. It wasn’t so great for the geese, who had no way to exit their confined space. After a call to the Illinois Department of Natural Resources resulted in an OK to move the birds, Conrady’s science teachers Tuesday shepherded the flock out of the building. After a few wrong turns, Mother Goose and her five goslings made their way to greener (and hopefully more open) pastures.

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  • Spring Fling

    It was a busy day for Conrady students and staff Friday as a Spring Assembly saw performances from Conrady’s band, choir and dance teams. The Annual Volleyball Bash after school featured some terrific play, with the 8th Grade Girls Team defeating the 8th Grade Boys Team in an exciting three-game match. Following a Tug-of-War contest between students and staff, the Girls Team then defeated a team of Conrady teachers to complete the volleyball sweep. Congratulations to all who took part!

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  • May Courier

    Important dates and information.

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  • Art Show Features Conrady Students’ Work

    A number of Conrady students will have their artwork displayed at the Stagg High School Art Show during the next few weeks! All of the works selected this year demonstrate a high level of creativity and artistic proficiency. Students whose art will be showcased include Fatin Abdelrahim, Myranda Diaz, Heather Ibrahim, Saniyah, Jakes, Kayla Krueger, Tahis Meza, Karolina, Sowa, Morgan Sukalo, Sarah Sziembarski, Julia Twarog, and Alissa Williamson. (Not pictured) Moosa Alkalab, Estelle Dresen, Kaitlyn Hansen, and Saja Ihmoud.

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  • Notice to Parents of 8th Grade Graduating Class of 2016

    Information to help plan and prepare for a smooth, positive closure to this chapter of the education continuum.

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  • Off and Running

    Conrady’s track team competed in their first dual meet of the season Thursday at Stagg High School. Facing off against members of Central Junior High in Tinley Park and Liberty Junior High in Burbank, the Jaguars gained valuable experience as they move toward the Conference Tournament Finals in a few weeks. Congratulations to all who participated for putting in a great effort.

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  • 8th Grade Great America Trip

    Trip Information and Medical Release Form

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  • Jaguars on the Move

    Conrady’s soccer teams certainly know how to turn defense into scoring chances. The Jaguars’ Boys and Girls’ squads followed shutout victories against Evergreen on Tuesday with two more shutouts Thursday against Simmons Middle School. The Boys’ team blanked the Knights 6-0, while the Girls’ team won 8-0. Home games are played at Stagg High School. Come on out and cheer the teams on to victory.

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  • Workshops for the 2016 Stagg Color Guard

    Anyone attending Stagg this fall is welcome! No experience necessary.

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Principal's Message

Conrady's 2015-2016 School Year marks 50 years of education sporting two newly renovated hallways and restrooms as a part of a multi-year project. This renovation has been long needed in improving the learning conditions of a very worn and outdated facility.

Our curriculum and systems in place are stronger than ever. Conrady offers a wide variety of extra-curricular programs that include award-winning academic, music, dance, and sport teams as evidenced in annual conference titles and competition trophies.Our staff and students are dedicated, determined to success, and distinguished for accomplishments. 
Please don't hesitate to contact me at my direct office phone line of 708-233-4505. I will be most happy to assist you with questions or concerns.   

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