What's Happening

Illinois 5 Essentials Survey for Parents and Students
Dates to Remember
Title 1 Family Literacy Event
School Closing Information
Multicultural Night at Elmwood Park High School
  April 2015  
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Upcoming Events

   Summer Academy Registration 3-5pm
   Apr 21 2015 at 03:00 PM
   Suckers sold @ lunch for book fair
   Apr 21 2015 at 04:09 PM
   History Fair 11am-12:15pm, 1:30-2:30pm in classrooms
   Apr 22 2015 at 03:54 PM
   PATT Meeting 9am
   Apr 23 2015 at 08:21 PM
   PARCC Testing thru May 27
   Apr 27 2015 at 04:24 PM

The Elmwood Elementary School office is open from 7:30  - 4:00 pm.  For new student information please go to our registration site, print, complete the forms, and call 708-452-3558 to set up an appointment to register.

School Hours

Mon/Tues/Thurs/Fri: 8:35am – 3:00pm

Wed: 9:12am – 3:00pm

Elmwood Elementary School serves over 550 students in grades 1-6. Our mission:

"The staff of Elmwood School believes that all students have the right to achieve their potential. Our main purposes are to facilitate academic achievement, foster positive behaviors and attitudes, and inspire our students to life-long learning. Therefore, we as teachers will pursue continuous growth and develop our skills as educators." 

Click to link to the State Report Card for Elmwood Elementary School.
    Elmwood Elementary State Report Card

Upcoming School Events
  • Title 1 Family Literacy Event


In the event that our schools would be closed due to severe weather or another type of emergency, you can find the school closing information in several places:

• Posted on the District website: www.epcusd401.org
• Posted on www.emergencyclosings.com
• Announced on WGN radio
• Announced on local news television stations
You may also call 708-452-7272 and press 8 to hear if any District 401 schools are closed.


Parents, please remind your children to dress appropriately for the dangerously cold weather that we are experiencing this winter. Some of our students are arriving to school without warm jackets, or with their hats, gloves and/or scarves off.