Steger School District 194
A parent/community meeting will be held on April 1st at
in the Columbia Central cafeteria to discuss the district's progress regarding our grade center plans. Everyone is welcome to attend.
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Dear Saukview Family,
Welcome back to a new school year. We are extremely excited to be starting a new school year with you. We are very pleased that our school has a well-earned reputation in our community to its commitment of fostering academic excellence while consistently focusing on creating positive social relationships. At Saukview, we are working together in creating a child-centered learning community that involves each and every adult who interacts within a child’s life whether it be at home or at school. Acting as our students’ advocates is a part we all play to ensure they reach their fullest potential. The greatest gift that we can bestow upon the children is to create an outstanding…Continue Reading
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Congratulations to the students and staff of Saukview School for our recognition
as a Gold Level Recipient by the Illinois Positive Behavior Intererventions
and Supports Network for the 2013-2014 school year. Our students are continually modeling positive behavior.
Principal: Jeff Nelson
3341 Miller Avenue
South Chicago Heights, IL 60411
7:15 am - 3:15 pm
8:00 am - 2:30 pm
Our Mission Statement:
The Saukview Elementary staff is committed to providing effective and quality instruction while working toward a technologically sound curriculum. In a safe and supportive environment each student will be provided meaningful educational experiences, opportunities to develop his/her individual gifts, knowledge and skills in order to become an academically astute and responsible productive citizen in his/her community and our changing world.
The Spotlight Schools awards honor high poverty, high performing schools where at least 50% of students are classified as low-income and at least 60% passed (met or exceeded standards) the state reading and mathematics tests. All Spotlight Schools made annual yearly progress and sustained their performance over the past three years.