School Announcements

Henking School Supply Kit Order Form for 2020-2021

Dear Henking Parents,
We are offering the SchoolKidz pre-packaged back to school supply kit program as a service to the students and parents.  We believe this is a great program for purchasing your child’s exact school supplies and encourage you to take advantage of this offer.

School supply kits will only be available to order online.  Online orders are available now thru June 5th.
Please follow these steps when placing your online order.
  1.  Go to
  2. Enter the account number 587401 in the search box
  3. Choose the appropriate grade level kit for your child-Kindergarten, First or Second
  4. Enter your child’s first and last name
  5. Add to cart, confirm your order and check out
**Kit components may be viewed online. All sales are final. No returns or refunds. Kits will be delivered to your child’s classrooms.**

Please place your order no later than June 5, 2020.  No orders will be accepted after this date.  If you have any questions, please contact Jean Kim at
Thank you.

Online Registration for 2020-2021 Is Open!

To make the registration process as easy as possible for you while protecting the safety and health of staff and families, District 34 has: 
  • Updated our registration procedures
  • Extended the early bird discount deadline to June 30, 2020
  • Increased resources to help you with registration and residency 
See all the details here, and register through PowerSchool today. 

E-Learning Starts March 18th

You can find all the details at the district's dedicated E-Learning page:

Teachers will email further details/instructions daily.

We ask that you fill out this online form everyday in order to track participation in E-Learning.


Save Your Plastic Caps

40 billion plastic bottles are produced each year in the US, mostly for beverages. Two-thirds of them end up in landfills. All things considered, this is not good for the environment. Avoid landfills by recycling your plastic bottle caps at Henking School. Just rinse them, dry them and send them into the LRC. Students can then use them as part of our STEM Challenges.