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Chesak School
10910 Reed Rd, Lake In the Hills, IL 60156
Chesak School  is a part of District 158 and is one of many elementary schools in Lake in the Hills. ChesakMore educates students in kindergarten through second grade.  The school  is named after May Chesak, an educator for 51 years in McHenry County, who died in 2007 at 102 years of age, according to the District 158 website. District 158 organizes its school in campuses, and Chesak is located at the Reed Road Campus, along with Martin Elementary and Marlow Middle schools.
Eastview Elementary School
540 Longwood Dr, Algonquin, IL 60102
Over the years, several educators at this school have been recognized with outstanding awards. Some of these teachers'More achievements include: Kane County  Educator of the Year, Wal-Mart's Teacher of the Year and Kane County Elementary Teacher of the Year.
Neubert Elementary School
1100 Huntington Dr, Algonquin, IL 60102
At Neubert Elementary School there are several large activities that take place every year: Fun Fair, Bingo Night,More Daddy/Daughter Dance and D.A.R.E. Graduation.
Algonquin Lakes Elementary School
1401 Compton Dr, Algonquin, IL 60102
Part of D300, Algonquin Lakes Elementary School serves grades K-5. It boasts a number of activities for children to beMore involved in, including, but not limited to: Dundee Township Park District, boy scouts, girl scouts and Young Rembrandts. There are also several student clubs that change from year to year for students to join.
Mackeben Elementary School
800 Academic Dr, Algonquin, IL 60102
Named after Ida and Harley Mackeben, this school opened in 2005. Mackeben Elementary averages 23 students to one teacherMore in each class. There are a range of events students can participate in each year, including a Jump Rope for Heart event, book swaps and field trips.
Camp Algonquin
1889 Cary Rd, Algonquin, IL 60102
Camp Algonquin is a program run through McHenry County's YMCA. It offers year-round retreat services and educationalMore classes for elementary and junior high school students. Classes focus on science and environmental issues and are customized to meet the specific requirements of each school.
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