Millennium Elementary School News

Millennium Elementary students and their families are invited to pop in for a popsicle and meet new principal, Ms. Julianne Cosentino on Wednesday, August 14th from 6-7 pm in the school commons!

Important August dates to mark on your calendar ...

When the 2019-20 school year begins in August, students attending Millennium Elementary School will have a new principal. KSD 140 educator Juli Cosentino was selected to lead the school, taking over for retiring Principal Mary Jo Werbiansky.

Thanks to our D140 families for their continued support and involvement in our District and to our teachers and support staff who have provided ...

D140 recently asked District families and employees to complete a three minute survey designed to gather information regarding their preferences for emergency closure make up days and a possible late start option.

Best of luck to the six KSD 140 athletes participating in the Special Olympics Track & Field State Games June 7-9 at Illinois State University in Bloomington Normal!

Championship teams composed of third, fourth, and fifth grade students from each of D140’s elementary schools recently clashed in the District’s annual Battle of the Books ...

If you were unable to make our May 22nd Parent Night regarding D140’s Supplemental Services, please click here to view slides from our presentation.

KSD 140 observes Memorial Day on Monday, May 27th. No school.

Millennium Elementary held their 20th Annual Juggling Show on Friday, April 12th.

As the school year draws to a close, we bid farewell to an outstanding group of fifth grade students.

Kirby School District 140 brought home nine awards from the annual South Cook Math Bowl held at Prairie State College on May 9th and May 10th. Quite a feat when you consider more than 200 contestants from almost 30 school districts competed each day in this awesome event.

Thirty-three students faced off on Monday, May 13th in Millennium Elementary's Battle of the Books, a quiz show type of competition meant to test literary knowledge.

On Friday, May 3rd, Millennium students were taken on a musical trip around the world learning about different cultures and traditions.

A Millennium fourth grader won gold in the 100 meter race at the Track & Field Special Olympics competition held at Thornwood High School on May 4th. He is one of five students from the District heading on to the state games at Illinois State University in June.

Ten outstanding fifth-grade students from Kirby School District 140 recently received Awards of Excellence at the Illinois Principals Association’s Student Recognition Breakfast.

Student-athletes from Kirby School District 140 excelled at the Area E Special Olympics Track & Field Spring Games held at Thornwood High School in early May.

Congratulations to our 14 top-notch fourth and fifth grade spellers who competed on May 2nd in Millennium's annual Spelling Bee. Our Congratulations to our fourteen top-notch fourth and fifth grade spellers who competed on Thursday, May 2nd in Millennium's annual Spelling Bee. Our first place winner correctly spelled ...

One hundred eight Millennium fifth graders celebrated their completion of the DARE Program with a pizza party and trivia competition on Wednesday May 1st.

Millennium students and staff enjoyed a band and choir concert on Thursday April 25th.

Friday, May 3rd is a START Day. Elementary schools will be dismissed at 12:30 p.m. and middle schools will be dismissed at 1:20 p.m.

Friday, May 3rd is the last day to qualify for a discount on registration fees for the 2019-20 school year. All packets must be received by the end of the school day or postmarked by Friday, May 3rd in order to qualify for the discount.

Best of luck to the fifteen KSD 140 athletes participating in the Special Olympics Track & Field Spring Games at Thornwood High School on May 4th!

Kirby School District 140 engaged Midwest Environmental Consulting Services, Inc. (MEC) to test water at our schools and is very pleased to report that all tests indicate there is no concern of any elevated lead content in the drinking water.

There is no school on Friday, April 18th. Enjoy the long weekend!