Luther J. Schilling

AT LUTHER J. SCHILLING SCHOOL, IT IS OUR MISSION TO CREATE A SAFE AND POSITIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT THAT FOSTERS CRITICAL THINKING, EMBRACES DIVERSITY, AND ENCOURAGES COLLABORATION TO PROMOTE RESPONSIBLE, LIFE-LONG LEARNERS WITH RESOURCEFUL TECHNOLOGICAL SKILLS IN ASPIRATION OF BECOMING DYNAMIC CITIZENS IN AN EVER-CHANGING GLOBAL SOCIETY.

Candis Gasa, Principal

Message from the Principal


Welcome to Luther J. Schilling School! I am honored to be principal of such a wonderful learning community and dedicated to providing your child with the best experience possible. As aligned with our school’s mission and vision, we are committed to providing an educational landscape which invites our students to become innovative thinkers while engaging in lessons which support our students’ pursuit of goals. Thank you for partnering with us in your child’s education as we create bright futures, inspire future leaders, and say, “YES to success!” Feel free to contact me at any time as I value your feedback and believe strongly in striving for excellence at our student-centered school.

Candis Gasa
Principal
cgasa@homerschools.org

News

 

Click to Nominate a Family (Entry deadline is August 16th)

Even though the Village of Homer Glen came in second to the Village of New Lenox at the Pop Tab Collection Challenge - we still win! Thanks to the generous donations of Konow's Corn Maze, Zachary's Red Barn, Birchwood Gardens, Chesdan's Pizzeria and Grille, Raffy's Candy, and Mayor Tim Baldermann of New Lenox there are enough Donation funds for TWO vacations to Disney, which means one special Homer Glen family will also receive a vacation to Disney World (valued at $5,200).

Here's how it works: Nominate a family with a special needs family member by filling out the form located on the Village website (click the link above "Nominate a Family"). Families may nominate themselves. Each nominee receives ONE entry into the drawing. If we receive multiple entries for a particular family, we will only enter the nominee name ONCE, so that each nominee has the same chance of winning. The final winning family will be drawn at random on August 17th from the nominations that are received and the winning family will be notified. We ask that the winning family attend the Village Board Meeting on August 25th at 7pm to claim their prize.

**You MUST be a Homer Resident to WIN!**

It's a pop tab collection war! To celebrate the creation of the new Ability Awareness Committee, the Village has wagered a friendly war with the Village of New Lenox: the village that collects the most pop tabs by June 30 wins! The winning village will reward one family with special needs a vacation to Disney World (valued at $5,200) generously donated by Walt Konow of Konow's Corn Maze and Zachary's Red Barn and Farm Events.

All pop tabs collected will be donated to the Ronald McDonald House, which allows parents of critically-ill children to sleep free of charge near the hospital while their child undergoes treatment.

Pop tab collection boxes are available for free at Village Hall. Collected pop tabs can be dropped off at Village Hall in the vestibule through the Administration front doors. Village Hall hours of operation are Monday-Friday 8AM-4:30PM.  

Questions? Call 708-301-0632.

Eric Kraatz, Assistant Principal

Eric Kraatz , Assistant Principal
ekraatz@homerschools.org

 
Luther J. Schilling SCHOOL

16025 Cedar Road
Homer Glen, IL 60491

Student Attendance Hours: 9:05 A.M. - 3:15 P.M.
Office Hours: 8:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M.
Phone: 708-226-7900
Fax: 708-301-1583

 

Rachel Deangelis-Rush

Luther J. Schilling School Nurse
Phone: 708-226-7658
rdeangelis-rush@homerschools.org
 

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Phone: 708-226-6916

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