Located at 166 S. Euclid Ave. in Bloomingdale, DuJardin
Elementary School, is attended by 345 students in grades PK-5. The
district's oldest school, DuJardin opened its doors in 1964. The
building is named in honor of Rosamond
Neal DuJardin, an accomplished local children's author who published
more than 100 works of writing. Mrs. DuJardin and her family were
the previous owners of the land on which DuJardin School stands
today. DuJardin's staff includes Mr. Mark Dwyer, principal, Mrs.
Stacy Johnston, assistant principal, and approximately 37 teachers
and instructional aides.
VIRTUAL BACKPACK Check out the District
13 Virtual Backpack for information from local non-profit
organizations, intergovernmental agencies and business partners.
The Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) has posted a new video to help engage parents and stakeholders in discussing the new PARCC assessments for the 2014-2015 school year. If you are interested in learning more about these assessments click on the link below for a short video tutorial.
Playground Fun For Everyone
The DuJardin Elementary School project "Playground Fun For
Everyone" is a project that impacts more than DuJardin School
- it also impacts the community. DuJardin is in the process of trying
to raise $250,000 to rebuild a section of their playground to be
all-accessible with wheel chair access and house many components
to promote various types of play.