Information You Need To Know
Dates to Register Your Upcoming Kindergarten Student
Thursday, February 15 from 4-7:30 p.m.
Friday, February 16 from 8:30-3:00 p.m.
Friday, March 9th from 12:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.
Advantage Fall Coach of the Year
Peal helped the CM boys and girls cross country teams turn in successful seasons this fall.
The girls team won its first Madison County title in program history after placing first in the small-school meet on Oct. 3 and had two sectional qualifiers in sophomore Zoey Lewis and senior Ryan Allison. Full Article
2017 Thanksgiving Tournament Champions
Congratulations to the boys and girls basketball teams for both winning their Thanksgiving tournaments! #GoEagles
Chicago Fire All-State Academic first team
Denney, a senior midfielder at Civic Memorial, was named to the 2017 Chicago Fire All-State All-Academic team, which was announced Tuesday. (Alton Telegraph - Photo/Article) Full Article
Teach Plus Illinois
BETHALTO — Jacob Carlson, an English teacher at Civic Memorial High School in Bethalto, has been named a fellow with the Teach Plus Teaching Policy Fellowship, a highly-selective leadership program for demonstrably-effective teachers.(Advantage News) Full Story
BETHALTO — “The sun, the earth, the moon — are perfectly aligned — put on your glasses — it’s gonna be fine!”
Most elementary school teachers come up with their own spin on classroom teaching to better engage their students. But when Ali-G is in the house, third-graders find a rhythm that sets the groove for the year ahead.(Advantage News) Full Story
After just two years, Jake Peal is enjoying his time as Civic Memorial head cross country coach.
“They’re my family,” Peal said. “I do anything for them and I think they do the same for me.”
The Eagles have been successful in both the boys and girls divisions in Peal’s short tenure as head coach. The boys team won a Madison County small-school division championship and qualified for sectionals as a team last year. The girls squad won its first county small-school division title in program history this fall. (Advantage News) Full Story