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Hoffman School
2000 Harrison St, Glenview, IL 60025
The Hoffman School, located on Harrison Street just east of Shermer Road, teaches children in grades 3 through 5. TheMore school is part of Glenview's District 34. 
Westbrook School (Board of Education District 34)
1333 Greenwood Rd, Glenview, IL 60026

District 34 has a rich history as a high-achieving school district providing quality education to its students. TheMore district's mission statement is as follows: "Recognizing the needs of each child and believing all children can learn, the mission of Glenview School District 34 is to empower children to be responsible learners and decision makers in a changing society."

Westbrook School serves pre-kindergarten through second grade in the district.

Rounsfull & Associates
2640 Patriot Blvd, Glenview, IL 60026

Rounsfull & Associates has more than 30 years public accounting experience. 

Owner Bob Rounsfull andMore his staff provide customers with quality accounting, tax and financial planning services. 

A member of the Kiwanis Club of Glenview-Northbrook, a Glenview Chamber of Commerce member and the Village's Storm Water Task Force member, Mr. Rounsfull is highly involved in the Glenview community. He's also served on the District 34 School Board and has been a coach for the Glenview Park District softball league and for Glenview Youth Baseball.

Henking School
2941 Linneman St, Glenview, IL 60025
Recognizing the needs of each child and believing all children can learn, the mission of Glenview School District 34 isMore to empower children to be responsible learners and decision makers in a changing society. Henking School serves the pre-kindergarten to second grade population of the district. Henking was selected as a National Blue Ribbon School for the 2003-2004 academic year. 
Glenview New Church School
74 Park Dr, Glenview, IL 60025

There is a church and a school at this location. The school is open to the public and is non-denominational. TheMore school serves grades pre K-8. The school offers a progressive program, is part of the Progressive Educators Network. Uniforms are required here for students in the elementary school grade levels, but not preschool. The preschool follows the Creative Curriculum. Elementary grades follow an enhanced version of the local District 34 curriculum.

Glenview New Church School is surrounded by a quiet circular street next to a large park and pond. In addition to the academic curriculum, the school offers clubs and extracurricular activities that are run by parents and members of surrounding community.

Pleasant Ridge School
1730 Sunset Ridge Rd, Glenview, IL 60025

District 34 has a rich history as a high achieving school district, providing quality education to its students.More Pleasant Ridge serves the 3rd - 5th grade population of students in district 34.

The school has been active in the Jump Rope for Heart program and has achieved many awards for its efforts.

Amazing, quality teachers continue to come and stay with district 34. The students consistently-high achievements prepare them well for continuing their education.

Public Schools Board of Education District No. 34
1401 Greenwood Rd, Glenview, IL 60026
Students in District 34 attend one of three primary schools for kindergarten through second grade. When students move onMore to third grade, they attend an intermediate school that is clustered with their primary school. Students are in the intermediate school for third through fifth grades. Henking and Hoffman are cluster schools, along with Lyon and Pleasant Ridge, and Westbrook and Glen Grove. Students from each cluster move on to attend either Attea or Springman Middle School for sixth through eighth grades.
Attea Middle School
2500 Chestnut Ave, Glenview, IL 60026
District 34 has a rich history as a high achieving school district, providing quality education to its students. TheMore district's mission is to empower children to be responsible learners and decision makers in a changing society. Attea Middle School is a high-performing school that is responsive to the developmental needs of young adolescents as they make the transition between childhood and adolescence. The students are well prepared for high school and beyond.