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August 6th is registration day for District 186

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Summer vacation is almost over, and that means it’s time to register for school again. The online option to register is already open. The traditional in-person registration will be held next Monday, August 6th. It is highly recommended that students and families new to the district attend the in-person registration event. All students are required to register.

Registration will be held from 11 AM to 6 PM on August 6th for District 186 elementary, middle, and high schools. For middle and high schools, a second day of registration on Tuesday the 7th from 8 AM to 2 PM. All students are required to register and update their information each year.

When you come to register, you will need to bring several documents:

  • Certified birth certificate (if the district does not already have one on file)
  • Photo Identification of Parent or Guardian
  • Proof of Residency
  • Health Records (physicals, immunizations, and other required tests)
  • Transcripts for high school transfer students

You can learn more about what documents you need on the district’s registration page. For more information, contact Julia Drake at jdrake1@sps186.org or 217-525-7911.

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Southwest branch pickup is tomorrow

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Residents in the southwest quadrant are reminded to put out their branches tonight for the fall pickup. Branches need to be out by 6:00 AM to ensure they are picked up. The southwest quadrant is south of South Grand Avenue and Old Jacksonville Road and west of Walnut Street/J David Jones Parkway. This is the only scheduled branch pickup for the quadrant this fall.

You can also check out the city’s map to find out which quadrant you are in and other regulations about the pickup.

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Northwest branch pickup is tomorrow

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Residents in the northwest quadrant are reminded to put out their branches tonight for the fall pickup. Branches need to be out by 6:00 AM to ensure they are picked up. The northwest quadrant is north of South Grand Avenue and Old Jacksonville Road and west of Walnut Street/J David Jones Parkway. This is the only scheduled branch pickup for the quadrant this fall.

You can also check out the city’s map to find out which quadrant you are in and other regulations about the pickup.

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UIS to hold Bicentennial “History Harvest”

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What connects you or your family to Illinois? If you have photographs, letters, documents, or objects that connect you to Illinois, you can bring them to the History Harvest to be digitized. Students from UIS will scan, photograph, and otherwise digitize your items to become part of their bicentennial collection. After the harvest is complete, there will be an online collection of the items brought in. You get to keep your items. Once the digitization is done, you can go home with your items.

The event is free and open to the public. If you have an item you consider historic in relation to Illinois, bring it in. The History Harvest will take place at Innovate Springfield, at the corner of 5th and Adam on the Old State Capitol Plaza. Doors open at 10 AM and will go until 2 PM.

To see the results of the 2016 History Harvest, check out the online collection. For more information, visit www.uis.edu/history/historyharvest/ or contact Devin Hunter at 217/206-7432 (dhunte2@uis.edu) or Kenneth Owen at 217/206-7439 (kowen8@uis.edu).

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