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Clubs at Mechanics Grove

Close to three hundred students are participating in the many clubs being offered at Mechanics Grove School. MG clubs continue to be popular after school as they provide a diverse variety of activities for students. Club organizer Sandy Schrank comments that, “this year we have a wide range of clubs - from sports to Spanish and anything in between!” Through club experiences students are offered opportunities that they may not receive during the regular school day and meet several intended goals. Clubs create a positive environment where relationships can be built, provide an additional sense of belonging, offer meaningful learning experiences while exploring interests and talents, help one to find their own unique voice, and simply, are F U N!
Students Paint Windows as part of MG Club


Deck the halls, light the candles, and let it snow! The holidays are just around the corner, and what better way for Mechanics Grove students to prepare than to attend the MG Holiday Shop! The Holiday Shop is a mobile holiday shopping program that the PTO will host for MG students from Tuesday, December 4th through Friday, December 7th. On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of that week, students will have a designated time to visit the Holiday Shop with their class. On Friday, students who were absent or who would like to purchase additional items will have the opportunity to visit the Holiday Shoppe in the morning only. In addition to these in-school times, the Holiday Shoppe will also be open on the evening of Thursday, December 6th from 3:00pm to 7:00pm to give the opportunities for siblings of MG students and friends from other school districts to come and shop.
Holiday Gift Shop

District 75 Receives School Safety Grant Funds

Mundelein School District 75 is receiving $130,000 of a $262,699 grant awarded to the Mundelein Police Department to improve school safety measures. The funds, part of the STOP School Violence Act, will be used to secure entries, add panic buttons, and add strobe lights for lock-downs in areas where the intercom cannot be heard, for example, gyms, cafeterias, and band rooms. “School safety is a top priority for everyone, this grant gives Mundelein a unique opportunity to make some significant safety enhancements and provide a more secure environment to our children,” commented Mundelein Police Chief Eric Guenther. “We appreciate Police Chief Guenther for alerting us about the grants and for sponsoring a grant writer to coordinate the application process,” said Andy Henrikson, Mundelein School District 75 Superintendent.
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