Grande Reserve Elementary School
Students, Parents, and Staff
Welcome to Grande Reserve Elementary School's web site. This year we celebrate 10 years as a school community. We invite you to participate in all that the school offers. Creating a common community dedicated to our students makes GRES a great place to Grow, Reach, Excel and Succeed! Our mission is: Cultivating Learners Who Enrich Society!
Grande Reserve Elementary School opened in the fall of 2006 as the flagship school for Yorkville's new K-6 configuration. GRES is a K-6 grade school that also houses two Special Education Programs, Life Skills, from Kendall County Special Education. The K-6 model was suggested by our Citizen's Advisory Committee comprised of community members, parents, educators, and other school personnel.
Yorkville Community Unit School District 115 is very excited to announce a parent training called, Understanding the Individualized Education Plan (IEP) process. This will be the first session of a two part series on Understanding the IEP Process. This training is intended for any parent or community member who is interested in learning more about navigating a student’s IEP. Please join us at the Yorkville High School Library from 6:30pm-7:45pm on December 3rd. You won’t want to miss this incredible training, as well as the light refreshments and prizes!
If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Hassan von Schlegell, Director of Student Services, at 630-553-4382.
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