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  • Forgotten Items

    It is very important to make sure your student has everything needed for the school day. Forgotten Chromebooks, iPads, spring gear, water bottles, homework, etc. lead to classroom interruptions during instructional time. Please help us, we ask that you prepare ahead of time to help minimize these interruptions. Our teachers are working to ensure an optimum learning environment for our students so your compliance is strongly encouraged. In the event that you have to bring an item to school, please make sure that it is clearly labeled with the student name. Thank you for your understanding and support in promoting an uninterrupted learning environment for all students.

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  • Kindergarten Enrollment

    If you have not already, families are asked to begin the process to enroll their students through our online enrollment application as soon as possible. Parents must complete and submit the online application, followed by a visit to our Centralized Enrollment Office, located at the District 203 Administration Building, 203 W. Hillside Road, Naperville – 8:00am – 4:00pm – with your student’s birth certificate and proof of residency within the boundaries of District 203. Click the headline for more.

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  • Are You Planning on Moving or Enrolling Current Student(s) in a Different School?

    We are asking for your help with our enrollment planning for next year! We need to know if your family is planning to move out of the Maplebrook enrollment area or if you are enrolling your current student(s) in a different school before the 2021-2022 school year begins on August 19, 2021. Click the headline for more.

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  • Illinois Assessment Readiness Testing

    Starting this coming Monday, 4/19, students in grades 3-5 will be participating in the Illinois Assessment of Readiness (IAR). Students in each grade level will take 1-2 tests per day in the areas of ELA and Mathematics. Please remind your child to have his/her school device fully charged, get a full night’s rest and breakfast. Parents of online only students have been notified separately regarding the opportunity for students to join their homeroom for testing. Please note that there will be no make-up testing outside of the designated testing window.

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  • Identification and Placement for Academically Talented and Gifted Services

    Each year, students in Grades 3-7 have the opportunity to be considered for placement in Honors Math (HM), Project IDEA (PI), and Project IDEA Plus (PI+). For the 2020-2021 school year, the identification and placement process will begin with the administration of the spring NWEA MAP Growth assessment given at schools between May 17, 2021 and June 9, 2021. Click the headline for links to more information.

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  • Box Tops

    Get the Box Tops for Education app and turn your everyday receipts into money for Maplebrook! Simply download the Box Tops app (on the App Store and Google Play), purchase participating products, and snap a photo of your receipt in the app. Unfortunately, we are not accepting clippable Box Tops at this time.

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  • Spirit Wear

    Make sure your Wildcat is ready for spring with SquadLocker's new collection of Maplebrook Spirit Wear! Check out the hats, T-shirts, athletic gear, and more! Be sure to choose Youth items when ordering for students. Click the headline for a link.

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  • Market Day

    Now you can order Market Day and have it delivered right to your door! Home and School will receive 10% of each order. Click the headline for a directions and a link.

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  • Wiley WAG, April 16

    Posted by Karen Buell on 4/16/2021 4:00:00 PM

    Dear Maplebrook Families,


    Spring is definitely in the air when we once again start practicing our safety drills. Our students practiced a fire and intruder drill this week. They did a great job in following adult directions and quickly making their way out of the building safely. We would like to thank our community partners, Naperville Fire and Police department, for helping us monitor our procedures in place. I am pleased to say that we got all around high marks. Thank you for your continued partnership and support as we practice our drills to maintain a safe environment at Maplebrook.  


    I am happy to say that we had a great showing for Girls on the Run. Thank you Ms. Ralph, Ms. Wood and Mrs. Abbott to help to enhance our girls' social, emotional and physical skills and behaviors.

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