The District 181 Foundation would like to thank these local family resource businesses for their donations each year. Their donations create special educational opportunities for all District 181 students making some of the best schools in Illinois even better.
The In-Home Tutor proudly supports the District 181 Foundation and is looking forward to providing helpful information to District 181 families about student learning. The In-Home Tutor is an academic solutions provider offering a customized learning program for each and every student. They offer one-on-one tutoring and study skills help, in your home, on your schedule, and customized to your student's needs. No sharing of teacher resources and no one-size-fits-all programs. K-12 and SPED-qualified tutors are available.
Special Resource Page for D181 Families
Clarendon Vision Development Center is the premier destination in the Chicagoland area for the diagnosis and treatment of developmental vision disorders. Our specialized developmental optometry practice is committed to ensuring that vision challenges will never hinder our patients from reaching their full potential. We take pride in offering highly personalized and trusted treatment programs that empower each patient to thrive. Our comprehensive range of services includes Vision Therapy, Myopia Management, Neuro-Optometry, Pediatric Optometry, Primary Care, and Specialty Optical solutions. At Clarendon Vision Development Center, we are not just an eye care provider; we are a support system for our community. We are honored to support the District 181 Foundation and we strive to share invaluable information about the transformative impact of our specialty vision exams, diagnoses, and treatment plans. Our patients no longer must search endlessly for answers; we are here to guide them towards a brighter, clearer future.
Level Up Academy provides enrichment classes for grades PreK4 through 9th grade. Each class has a maximum of 8 students and is taught by a certified elementary teacher. Our small class sizes allow our curriculum to be tailored to meet the needs of each and every student. Our philosophy is to engage students in Active Learning methods through the use of problem-based learning, games that increase intrinsic motivation, promote critical thinking and develop lifelong learners.
Phone: (708) 688-9646
The Village Tutors instruct and inspire learners of ALL ages. We provide ONE ON ONE support in reading, writing, math, content area subjects, and executive function skills. Tutors are trained in specialized evidence-based reading programs and the Rush Neurobehavioral Center&#039;s Executive Function Skills Building Program ©. We have extensive experience with standardized test prep for the Catholic High School Entrance Exam (HSPT) and ACT/ SAT. Two new events this summer! A two-hour Executive Function Skills workshop specifically geared to elementary students and... a college essay writing workshop!
What we put into our bodies has such a huge impact on our health and well-being, our energy levels, and even our state of mind. It’s not just that Food is Medicine… Food is Health! District 181 parent Leslie Danford started Vitaminis because she knew there had to be a better way to make sure nutritional needs were being met than through pills, powders, and gummy vitamins with their added sugar and mystery ingredients. She was looking for natural foods or beverages that were enhanced to deliver nutritional and functional benefits, but she didn’t see anything like that in the market, so she decided to create it herself! Vitaminis are designed to taste great, made with natural fruit juice and no added sugar, but also to be very clean with as few ingredients as possible.
Vitaminis: Mini. Mighty. Tasty.
Phone: (608) 787-8304
Since 1923, Camp WeHaKee has been a summer haven for girls in Northern Wisconsin. WeHaKee is a community with girls from different countries, religions, cultures, races, and economic backgrounds. Girls choose from more than 40 activities – including waterskiing, sailing, canoeing, swimming (lake and heated pool), horseback riding, pottery, tumbling, jewelry making, and more! Camp WeHaKee inspires girls to become women whose lives embrace the values of community, compassion, justice, truth, and peace. It is what we do best. Girls form friendships that last a lifetime!
The District 181 Foundation invites leading family resource businesses in our community to partner with us in support of the public elementary and middle schools in Hinsdale and Clarendon Hills: Clarendon Hills Middle School, Hinsdale Middle School, Elm School, Madison School, Monroe School, Oak School, Prospect School, The Lane School and Walker School.
Family Resources Partnership Donation: $500
Partnership Duration: School Year Benefits