Virtual Backpack

Welcome to the "Virtual Backpack!"
District 28 posts local non-profit and community partner flyers here in the District's "Virtual Backpack." This approach allows us to provide information about community programs in a way that is environmentally friendly and cost-effective.
Please note that District 28 is making this information available as a courtesy and to provide information about local events and programs in our community. Materials posted on this page are the responsibility of the organizations represented. 

Principals offer links to new events in their weekly e-news. You can always check back as a handy reference! 

PTO Events

Student Art for 2017-18 Calendar
 We need your student's art for the 2017-18 calendar! Download the form and submit entries by June 16.

Community Events

Northbrook Library Summer Reading Program
Get all the details on this year's summer reading incentives and events.

Community Viewing of 'Screenagers'

Gloria Dei Lutheran Church invites the community to a screening of the award-winning documentary, "Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age" at 6 p.m. June 11.

Gear 4 Goals
Gently used sports gear and musical instruments to help children locally and globally. Collection containers at all District 28 schools May 1 through June 2.

Northbrook Theatre presents "Mary Poppins"

Everyone's favorite practically perfect nanny takes to the Northbrook Theatre in this community musical performance June 9-10 16-17 at 7 p.m. and June 11 at 2 p.m.

Summer Camp Info

Northbrook Park District Summer Camp & Program Guide
View the complete offerings of summer camps and workshops. 

GBN Athletic Summer Camps
Glenbrook North and South Summer Athletic Camps for grades 1-12.

STEM Youth Summer Programs
Oakton Community College offers summer STEM programs for students ages 8 - 12.

Science & Arts Academy Summer Adventures
As a day camp leader in the northwest suburbs for over 20 years, the summer program offers an eclectic mix of enriching education and developmentally appropriate recreation activities for 3-year-olds to children entering 8th grade. We welcome all children, regardless of the school they attend during the academic year or their achievement level.

Art Institute of Chicago Offers Summer Camps
Classes range from ages 4-18 and sessions start as early as June 12 and run during various sessions.

Natures Farm Camp
Week-long stay-away camps where kids help run the farm immersed in food and outdoor adventure.