Located at 166 Euclid Ave. in Bloomingdale, DuJardin Elementary School, is attended by 400 students in grades K-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. Patrick Haugens principal, Mrs. Angel Frattinger, assistant principal, and approximately 68 teachers, paraprofessionals, and office staff.