It is the mission of Germantown Elementary School District #60 to educate all children to the best of their abilities through the cooperation of school, home, and community. The District, in an active partnership with parents and community, promotes excellence in a caring environment in which all students learn and grow. Through this partnership we hope to empower all students to develop a strong self-esteem and to become responsible learners and decision-makers. Attainment of our mission is determined by student academic achievement, social development and positive attitude toward learning.
The Honor Roll program at Germantown Elementary School District #60 recognizes the academic achievement of all fifth through eighth grade students. Students with a grade point average between 3.76-4.0 earn a place on High Honor Roll while students with a GPA between 3.5-3.75 are designated as Honor Roll recipients.
Click here to access the 1st Quarter Honor Roll List.
Congratulations to all of our Honor Roll recipients for their commitment to academic excellence.
Germantown Elementary has an opening for an athletic director for the 2015-16 school year. Candidates must have a strong background in sports, good organizational skills, effective communication skills, and evening availability. Contact Robin Becker at 523-4253 or email@example.com if interested.
Long time Germantown Elementary math teacher, Gerard Albers, will be retiring at the conclusion of this school year. With that being said, we will have an opening for a junior high math teacher for the 2015-16 school year. Candidates must possess or be working towards certification to teach 5th through 8th grade math in the state of Illinois. Certification must be finalized prior to the start of the 2015-16 school year in order to qualify for the position. Please send a cover letter, resume, and letters of recommendation to Robin Becker at 401 Walnut Street Germantown, IL 62245.
April 2015 School Board Election
We have four School Board Members whose term will expire this spring, Jeff Lampe, Denise Haake, Gail Theising, and Mark Kohnen. Community members interested in running for the School Board will want to keep the following dates in mind:
- September 26, 2014 – First day prospective candidates may circulate nominating petitions
- December 15, 2014 – First day for candidates to file nominating papers
- December 22, 2014 – Last day for candidates to file nominating papers
Election Day is April 7, 2015. For more information on the election, go to www.elections.state.il.us.
December Surplus List
The following items are still available for sale:
(3) #10 Food Service Can Racks - 25" W x 35" D x 71" H - $100 each
(1) Computer Desk/Station on Wheels - $20
(2) Steel Corner Cabinets w/Wood Grain Top and Wheels - $10 each
(1) Double Cassette Deck - $5
(1) Apex PC Solutions Server Cabinet - 25" W x 34" D x 76" H - $50
(1) Small Wooden Chair - $5
(1) Roll Formica 36" x 72" Dark Wood Grain - $5
(1) White Compartmentalized Roll Cart - $25
If you have any questions about these items or you are interested in any of them, simply call the school office at 523-4253 and ask for Robin Becker.
Clinton County Conference Tourney Champs
The Lady Bulldogs defeated Okawville, St. Rose, and Albers/Damiasnville on their way to capturing the championship of the Clinton County Conference Tournament. Congratulations to the team, Coach Albers, and Coach Gabler.
Carlyle Tourney Champs
The JVGB Team went 5-0 in the 2014 Lady Indians 7th Grade Tournament over the weekend defeating Bartelso, Okawville, O'fallon Carriel, and Breese District 12 twice en route to bringing home the championship. Congratulations to the team and Coach Albers.
St. Rose Tourney Champs
The VBB Team started their season with a bang as they went undefeated in the St. Rose Tournament to be crowned the champs. Congratulations to the team and Coaches Hoelscher and Jansen.
Where Are They Now?
Calling All Germantown Bulldog Alumni! At Germantown Elementary, one of our biggest priorities is to provide our students with a foundation for learning that will help lead them to success later in life. After talking to a Germantown alumna this weekend, I walked away feeling so proud of her accomplishments. It spearheaded an idea to start a Facebook series called, “Where Are They Now?”. With that being said, I am looking for any and all graduates of Germantown Elementary who would be interested in being spotlighted in our new Facebook series, “Where Are They Now?”. If you are interested in being part of this series, simply click here for more information.
Please make note of the following upcoming important dates:
December 19; Dismiss at 1:40 for Winter Break
January 5; School Resumes