Principal Tyrrell in Dunk Tank

Principal Tyrrell in Dunk Tank

Principal Tyrrell shows her Homecoming spirit by taking a turn in the dunk tank.

Freshman Principal

Freshman Principal

In her first year, too, Principal Jennifer Tyrrell welcomes freshman and transfer students to their first day as Eagles.

Students compare class schedules

Are you in my class?

Students compare class schedules on their first day as Eagles

Staff excited for new year

Excited for new year

Staff members are excited for the new school year.

Students gather in bleachers on their first day

First Day

Students gather with Principal Jennifer Tyrrell in the Eagle Gym on their first day at Sandburg.

Marching Eagles Welcome

Marching Eagles Welcome

The Marching Eagles drum line welcomes students as they arrive on buses for the first day of school.

A Message From The Principal

Greetings, Eagle Families and Friends,

October was an extremely busy month at Carl Sandburg!  Before we turn the page to November, I would like to share some of the ELITE accomplishments that we celebrated during the month of October.  We celebrated academic accomplishments, as we inducted new members into the Carl Sandburg High School chapters of both Mu Alpha Theta and National Honor Society.  We also take extreme pride in celebrating the four students who were named National Merit Semifinalists and 14 students that were named National Merit Commended Scholars!  Continue Reading

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Be Empowered:
Navigating the Pressures
Facing Teens

 

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In our ongoing commitment to building relationships that support students, District 230 will hold its next S4 Summit entitled Be Empowered: Navigating the Pressures Facing Teens on November 14 at 7 p.m. at Sandburg High School. Our goal is to encourage as many parents, employers, community members, staff and anyone who cares about teens to attend this inspiring and informational event.

Nationally-acclaimed speaker Eddie Slowikowski will keynote the event with a presentation aimed at empowering the adults in our community to engage with teens and build powerful relationships to support them. 

 
A panel discussion will follow with experts from our community and schools sharing practical tips related to relationships, academic pressures, social media and social and emotional well-being. The panel includes an Assistant Dean from Marquette University, an Outreach Coordinator from Rosecrance Treatment Centers, a medical professional from Linden Oaks Behavioral Health, as well as District 230 staff members Social Worker Hilary Ortiz (CS), Teacher Doug Bozych (VJA), Counselor Beth Gulden (AAS), and Teacher John O'Malley (CS).
 
A resource fair will follow allowing participants to seek answers to their personal questions as well as connect with resources available in our schools and our community.
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