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When the 2018-19 school year begins in August, students attending John A. Bannes Elementary School will have a new principal. KSD 140 educator Mr. Daniel Callaghan was selected ...

Beginning with the 2018-19 school year, educator Maura Baskovich will join KSD 140’s administrative team as the new Assistant Principal of Prairie View Middle School. Principal Meghan Maurer believes Ms. Baskovich’s strong track record ...

Building infrastructure upgrades will continue at Millennium School this summer. Beginning Friday, June 1st, Millennium’s school office will be temporarily relocated to our Administration Building located at 16931 S. Grissom Drive in Tinley Park.

A science experiment, art project, and summer fun all rolled into one! On Monday, June 25th, Kirby School District 140 summer school students ...

Six student-athletes from Kirby School District 140 excelled at the Illinois Special Olympic State Games held at Illinois State University on June 15th and 16th.

D140 Graduation Week!

May 31, 2018

Congratulations to our Grissom and Prairie View graduates! We are so proud of you!

Congratulations Class of 2018! Graduation ceremonies for Prairie View Middle School students will be held at Andrew High School at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 30th.

The Tinley Park Library is marking our state’s 200th birthday with an Illinois: A Celebration summer reading challenge. Help them celebrate our great state by reading all summer long!

Congratulations Class of 2018! Graduation ceremonies for Grissom Middle School students will be held at Andrew High School at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 29th.

KSD 140 observes Memorial Day on Monday, May 28th. No school.

If you were unable to make our May 23rd Parent Night regarding Vaping, Underage Drinking, and Synthetic Marijuana Usage, please click here to view ...

If you were unable to make our May 22nd Parent Night regarding Mental Health Awareness and School Safety, please click here to view ...

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

In commemoration 25 years of excellence, the entire school, along with help from our alumni staff and students, created a lip dub music video highlighting ...

As the school year draws to a close, we bid farewell to the Class of 2018. Graduation ceremonies will be held at Andrew High School at 7:00 p.m. on May 29th for Grissom students and May 30th for Prairie View students.

Kirby School District 140 brought home ten awards from the annual South Cook Math Bowl held at Prairie State College on May 10th and May 11th. Quite a feat when you consider more than 200 contestants from almost 30 school districts competed each day in this year's event.

Please join us for an informative parent evening discussing three very important issues affecting our community’s youth Vaping, Underage Drinking and Synthetic Marijuana Usage.

Fourth and fifth grade D140 athletes gathered for an afternoon of friendly competition at the District's annual track meet held on Wednesday, May 16th at Andrew High School.

Please join us as we discuss the effects of mental health and what we can do to as a community to maintain a positive and safe learning environment for our children and students.

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

In recognition of retiring Band Director Raymond Forlenza’s 32-year career in District 140, the Band Parents Association commissioned a work by world-renowned composer William Owens. The original piece

Grissom Middle School seventh grader Serena Naji won the District 140 Spelling Bee on May 2nd. Naji clinched the victory by correctly spelling “dialect”.

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.

Through a partnership with the Oak Brook Chapter of Trout Unlimited, select eighth grade students from Grissom and Prairie View middle schools raised brown trout from eggs to fingerlings in a classroom tank.

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