2021 State of the District
Morris Elementary SD #54 State of the District Address 2021 Please follow this link to view the PDF presentation from Dr. Dudek's State of the District address. ...
Become A Substitute Teacher!
Substitute Teachers Needed! Please follow this link for important information about becoming a substitute teacher in our District! We currently pay our substitute......
Limited Spectator Attendance Allowed at Track Home Meets
Dear District 54 and Morris Track Families, I am happy to announce that due to Track and Field being an outside sport and guidance being released from the IESA and IDPH,......
Congratulations to our Wrestling Team for their win over Coal City on 8th Grade Night! We wish our 8th Graders the best of luck at MCHS! view image
Dear Braves Wrestling Parents and Fans, Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Braves 8th grade night match tonight will be against Coal City and not Sandwich. Parents of 8th graders are to arrive by 4:15 and enter the main gym at door 17. 8th grade announcements will begin around 4:30. As we have done before, other parents are welcome to come to the match as well under the following guidelines...Masks must be worn at all times, social distancing must be adhered to while in the stands. For those who cannot make it to the match, we will live streaming as well. To view the live stream just visit our district website at https://www.morris54.org/ click on the live stream tab and then choose the wrestling link to view the match. Good Luck tonight to our Wrestlers and Go Braves!
Please follow this link to view the Morris Elementary SD #54 State of the District address, given by Dr. Shannon Dudek. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7Y5JNSPwlLbRakofly7XVg view image
Good Afternoon, Please follow this link for our weekly COVID-19 Community Update. Thank you! https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/1249815/5.7.21_Community_Update.pdf view image
Caila Smith's 8th grade students have been working all year on a cumulative project called Genius Hour, an opportunity for students to research and present on a topic of their choosing. Students are asked to consider: What do I care about? Who am I? How can I contribute to my community? What problems do I see in our world? This year, two students are focusing their efforts on raising money for local organizations and programs. Please consider helping these young people in their endeavors to make their community a better place by supporting causes that they care about! view image