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Wilmot Elementary School

Principal

Eileen Brett
ebrett@dps109.org
847-945-1075 x4102
Principal’s Blog

Assistant Principal

Ann Buch
abuch@dps109.org
847-945-1075 x4107
Wilmot Elementary School

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School Hours:
8:40am – 3:25pm
Students may arrive as early as 8:25am, when adult supervision begins.
To report an absence, you can email wilmotattendance@dps109.org or call the school nurse at (847) 945-1075, option 3 by 8:45am.
Our goal is to make Wilmot Elementary School a bully free zone every day.
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Wilmot Elementary School - District 109 shared Deerfield Public Schools District 109's photo.

The online application system opens February 1 for kindy and new first grade registration for 2017-2018. We can't wait to meet our newest Wilmot Wolves!
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Visit dps109.org/registration-and-residency for details about 2017-2018 kindergarten and new first grade student registration. The online application opens February 1!

1 week ago

The online application system opens February 1 for kindy and new first grade registration for 2017-2018. We cant wait to meet our newest Wilmot Wolves!

Wilmot Elementary School - District 109 added 5 new photos.

On Thursday Sydney Martin shared her story with the Wilmot philanthropy club "Team Give" and inspired students to make a difference by giving back. Sydney started making and selling rock necklaces to raise money for LCH (Langerhan’s Cell Histiocytosis), after being diagnosed with this rare blood disease at ten years old. Sydney founded Syd Rocks which has raised nearly $500,000 for LCH research. Our students helped Sydney make over 280 necklaces.
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2 weeks ago

On Thursday Sydney Martin shared her story with the Wilmot philanthropy club Team Give and inspired students to make a difference by giving back. Sydney started making and selling rock necklaces to raise money for LCH (Langerhan’s Cell Histiocytosis), after being diagnosed with this rare blood disease at ten years old. Sydney founded Syd Rocks which has raised nearly $500,000 for LCH research.  Our students helped Sydney make over 280 necklaces.