Summer Reading Programs for students and adults!
Both the Normal and Bloomington Public Libaries have summer reading programs.
Fourth Grade Families- Instrument RegistrationIf your student is interested in playing an instrument next school year, please visit www.unit5.org/explorationnight for information on how to register. We need all families interested in participating to sign up for the program by May 22. We will hold our instrument exploration night at the start of the school year for you to help your student find an instrument to play in either the band or orchestra program.We are looking forward to welcoming our incoming 5th graders to our outstanding Unit 5 instrumental music program! If you have any questions, please contact Ryan Budzinski at email@example.com or Jenn Bolton at firstname.lastname@example.org
Gill Street Eatz partnering with other restaurants to provide Hotdogs, hamburgers, chips and drinks. Organized by Roy Wraps with Gill Street Eatz.
McAllisters Deli in Bloomington (Mon-Fri, 11am to 1 pm) Every student can receive a free sack lunch that contains a turkey and cheese sandwich, chips, applesauce, and a cookie. No other purchase is necessary.
Center for Youth & Family Solutions (formula & baby food only - by appt) 603 N. Center, Blm 309/829-6307
City of Refuge Food Pantry (emergency food upon request) 401 E. Jefferson, Blm 309/827-4223
Journey Church (by appt) 1320 E. College, Normal 309/452-3359
Eastview , (Wed 10-11:30, 6-7:30 as a drive thru) 401 Union, Bloomington 309/451-5000
Ministry & More, Inc. (Tue, Wed, Thu 10-12 and by appointment) 1107 W. Empire, Blm 309/823-9804
Mt. Pisgah Food Pantry (Wed, 5-7 pm) 801 W. Market, Blm 309/828-2571
Park United Methodist Church (Mon 5 pm) 704 S. Allin, Blm 309/287-3540
Salvation Army Food Pantry (Mon-Th 1-4 pm) 208 N. Oak, Blm 309/829- 9476
Temba Food Pantry (Thurs 4:30-6:30) 14940 Old Colonial Rd., Blm 309/827-2009
Union Missionary Baptist Church (by appt) 509 W. Jackson, Blm 309/828- 1162
Providing new and gently used shoes to the students of Unit 5 & District 87.
Proudly available through the cooperative efforts of the “Back to School Alliance” and Eugene Field VTAP Students.
We are currently in need of the following shoe sizes to better serve our community. Shoes can be dropped off at Unit 5 District Office located at 1803 Hovey, Normal, IL Open 7:30-4:00.
District 87 Office located at 300 E. Monroe, Bloomington, IL Open 7:30-3:30
Eugene Field Office located at 412 E. Cypress, Normal, IL Open 7:30 - 3:30
- Girls: 8, 8 ½, 9, 9 ½, 12, 12 ½, 13, 13 ½, 1, ½, 2, 2 ½, 3, 3 ½
- Boys: 8, 8 ½, 9, 9 ½, 1 ½, 2, 2 ½, 3, 3 ½
- Women’s: 5, 5 ½, 8 ½, 9 ½, 10
- Men’s: 11, 11 ½
Please continue saving Pop Tabs over the summer for next year's challenge!We were participating in the 2018-2019 Pop Tab Challenge by trying to collect the most Pop Tabs of any school to support the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Illinois. We collected 252 lbs ( 1500 tabs = 1 lb) toward RMHC-CI and every class participated. The money from what we collect is primarily going toward the house being built n Peoria by the Childrens Hospital. This charity provides a place for family members to stay while their child is being treated in the hospital. Click here for additional information.Each month the class that collects the most will have their picture displayed outside the office and be recognized at morning assembly.
You shop, Amazon Gives.Sugar Creek Elementary is now recognized on Amazon Smile! Click here to go to our Amazon Smile page. You can also just go to Amazon Smile and search for Sugar Creek Elementary. It is important to look for the one in Normal, Illinois. When you use the link to shop as you normally would on Amazon, a portion of what you spend will come back to the school. This also works for those with Amazon Prime memberships.