CCSD 89 social media
You can follow the district on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CCSD89
You can follow the district on Twitter at: @CCSD89
You can also follow all the CCSD 89 schools on Twitter:
Arbor View: @ArborViewSchool
Park View: @ParkViewCCSD89
You can watch videos from the district by searching “Community Consolidated School District 89” on YouTube or by going here
District news will continue to be shared on the district’s website, district newsletters, and school newsletters as well. These social media tools are supplements to the regular communications from schools and teachers.
Additionally, the District will continue to update the website - www.ccsd89.org - with important information. You can continue to reach District 89 staff through traditional phone and email as well.
While the District encourages a robust community conversation about public education, the Facebook page includes a message indicating comments can be deleted if they include profanity, defamation of students or staff, or commercial solicitations, among other reasons.
Video: Stories from CCSD 89
May 2019: Park View fifth graders play "Twelve-bar blues"
Fifth-grade students from Park View perform "Twelve-bar blues" for younger students.
May 2019: Chicks hatching in CCSD 89 preschool
CCSD 89 preschool students learned about the life cycle of a chicken as they watched a chick go from egg to baby chick in 29 days. After the chicks are born, they are returned to a local farm.
May 2019: Disability Awareness Week in CCSD 89
From March 18 to 22, 2019, students across CCSD 89 participated in Disability Awareness Week - an event that challenged their thinking about visible and hidden disabilities.
March 2019: Save a life donate blood at CCSD 89
CCSD 89 hosts regular blood drives at Glen Crest. Learn more about donating blood: www.ccsd89.org/blood
March 2019: How Make-A-Wish inspired a CCSD 89 student
CCSD 89 annually raises funds for Make-A-Wish. Learn more about Jason Cook-Bey and the CCSD 89 annual Make-A-Wish campaign
December 2018: Glen Crest Middle School sixth-grade band performs at Yorktown Mall
The Glen Crest sixth-grade band played a concert at Yorktown Center on Friday, December 7, 2018.
October 2018: Good morning, kindergarten!
Students in Julie Cufaude's kindergarten class at Arbor View Elementary School begin their day with a handshake, a fist bump, or a hug from the class greeter!
October 2018: Developing lifeling fitness for young learners in CCSD 89
In Glen Crest Middle School physical education classes, students are learning more than just rules and sportsmanship. Teachers are using technology to develop fitness habits that will empower kids to build lifelong healthy habits.
August 2018: Opening the new playground at Arbor View Elementary
On August 30, 2018, Arbor View cut the ribbon on a brand-new playground. The brief ceremony marked the culmination of months of fundraising and construction work.
May 2018: The boys who built the bench
During the 2017-18 school year, seven Glen Crest Middle School students helped build a bench to be used near the front entrance to the school. Most of the boys had never built anything or used power tools before.
March 2018: Briar Glen wants you to 'Rock the PARCC test!"
With PARCC testing on the way, the staff at Briar Glen staff, found a fun way to encourage their students to "Rock the PARCC test!"
December 2017: CCSD 89 students performing on ukuleles
At the Community Consolidated School District 89 Board of Education meeting on December 18, 2017, students from Arbor View and Briar Glen elementary schools performed four ukulele songs.
September 2017: Whatever it takes for Hazel
Hazel is a 5-year-old preschool student in the Specialized Academic Classroom at Arbor View Elementary in Community Consolidated School District 89. As an infant, Hazel was diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Hazel was later diagnosed with Angelman Syndrome. This video shows the team that has come together to support Hazel's growth and development as a student.
September 2017: Dedication of the Park Programming Center at Westfield
On Thursday, August 31, 2017, Westfield Elementary dedicated the new Park Programming Center, a space in the school’s library that will be used to teach students coding and programming skills. The Programming Center is named in honor of Catherine Park, the mother of three CCSD 89 students.
January 2017: What happens on a Teacher Institute Day?
Teacher Institute Day. School Improvement Day. We see them on school calendars. We know the students are at home and the teachers are still in school. But what exactly happens on Teacher Institute and School Improvement days? And how does that time impact student learning?
January 2017: Veterans Day Assembly at Park View
Park View Elementary School listened to World War II veterans John Ullinsky, 96, and Edward Manthey, 93, talk about their service and their experience on an Honor Flight trip to Washington D.C. At the end of the assembly, Manthey lead the school in an impromptu rendition of “God Bless America.”