• Compass Learning Login 

    Due to system upgrades and efforts to move toward a single sign on system, we have a new Compass login format/password in effect for both students and parents.

    The student’s format is:  2-digit grad year + first letter of first name + first letter of last name + 6 digit Student ID. So a 2014 graduate named John Doe with student number 012345 would be: 14JD012345.  Their passwords are the 6-digit date of birth MM/DD/YY (ie, 123185).
     
    A parent’s login is the same as the student’s with a p at the end.  An example would be: 14JD012345p. The password is peoria150. The new login/password format is effective immediately.
     
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News and Information

  • The First Annual Rammy Awards

    The first annual Rammy Awards will be hosted at Manual Academy on April 30th, 2014 at 6:00 in the evening. The night will include an award show for Manual students who have excelled in the classroom, accomplished an athletic feat, and/or need to be recognized for a specific attribute. The night will also contain performances by the Manual Academy drum line, drill team, step team, cheerleaders, and individual acts by talented singers and dancers. It is a night that you will not want to miss! Join us at Manual Academy for the beginning of an unforgettable tradition!

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  •  50th anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act

    50th anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act

    Bradley University culminated a yearlong celebration of the 50th anniversary of the signing of the 1964 Civil Rights Act Friday, April 11 at the Renaissance Coliseum. Former Secretary of Transportation and Congressman Ray LaHood was the master of ceremonies. The honorary co-chairs were Congresswoman Cheri Bustos, Congresswoman Robin Kelly, and Congressman Aaron Schock. The keynote speaker was Congressman John Lewis, the only living "big six" leader of the American Civil Rights Movement.

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  •  Community Garden

    Community Garden

    On Saturday April 12, 2014, 31 students and volunteers helped clean out the community garden located across Manual Academy. This is the second year with the garden. It is partnered with the American Cancer Society grant and facilitated Dr. Amy Christison. Last year we harvested 500 pounds of produce that went to the Neighborhood House urban market every Tuesday. We are looking forward for another great season!

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  • Student made Adirondack chairs for sale

    The Manual Industrial Technology Department is selling Adirondack style chairs that have been constructed by students. They are $75 each. A two seat version is currently being designed and constructed and will sell for $125. All proceeds go to materials for future projects. These are perfect for the patio during spring! Please contact teacher Andrew Rice with any questions or ordering information at andrew.rice@psd150.org.

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  • 5Essentials Survey

    The 5Essentials Survey (Survey of Learning Conditions) is available for parents, students (6-12), and all certified staff as mandated by the Illinois State Board of Education.

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  • Take the District 150 technology and cell phone survey

    What technology does District 150 students have available to them at home? How does that technology assist them with work in the classroom? The Board of Education's Parent/Teacher Advisory Committee is working this school year with a focus on technology and how to address District policy when it comes to what students can and cannot bring or what they can use at school. The committee needs your help in identifying what technology students use or own, how they access the internet and how that currently relates to what is expected in the classroom.

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