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Winnetka Public School Nursery
1155 Oak St, Winnetka, IL 60093
Winnetka Public School Nursery is a private, non-profit preschool located on Oak Street in Winnetka. Founded in 1926,More the Nursery offers a safe and engaging environment for children age two through junior kindergarten, emphasizing exploration, creativity and self-motivated learning, with a Reggio Emilia-inspired curriculum. For registration information, visit the Winnetka Public School Nursery Web site.
Winnetka Public School Nursery
1155 Oak St, Winnetka, IL 60093
Winnetka Public School Nursery offers play-based developmentally appropriate learning for preschoolers two to five yearsMore old. The school instructs students based on models laid out in Reggio Emilia, Italy. The nursery is housed in a historic structure on leafy Oak Street, and there's a fun playground outside for the kids.
The Winnetka Public Schools, District 36
1235 Oak St, Winnetka, IL 60093

This is the administration building for District 36. Adjacent to Carleton Washburne School, the building houses theMore offices of the superintendent, business office and the departments of communication, human resources, curriculum, student services, health and technology.

The Winnetka Public Schools serve more than 2,000 pupils. Children attend one of three elementary schools (K-4) depending on geographical boundaries. All students enter the Skokie School for fifth and sixth grade and the Carleton Washburne School for seventh and eighth grade. Students who continue on to public high school attend New Trier Township High School.

Greeley School
275 Fairview Ave, Winnetka, IL 60093

The Greeley School is one of three elementary schools in the Winnetka Public Schools District 36 that serves studentsMore in kindergarten through fourth grade. Greeley School also has pre-kindergarten classes. Of all the schools in District 36, Greeley School is the oldest of those still in use.

Students at Greeley School enjoy small class sizes and instruction in art, music, Spanish and physical education. The district also offers Suzuki string classes for a fee. Students also participate in a community service project called Greeley Kids Give.

The school is named after Samuel Sewall Greeley, a Winnetka resident who encouraged the village to build the school.