Three Oaks Elementary School, part of the Cary School District, serves about 415 students in kindergarten through…More fourth grade. Students here study core subjects of math, social studies, science and language arts, but also have music, physical education and art classes. Internet access is available to students and staff.
The school is located on Three Oaks Road, next to the Cary Public Library and close to Cary Grove High School and Cary Grove Park. It is within walking distance to many major Cary subdivisions, and walking paths provide easy access from many of these neighborhoods to the school.
Three Oaks School has been given "exempt" status based on its performance on the Illinois State Assessment Program for the past five years.
Students here start school at 8:45am and are dismissed at 2:30pm. Students who live more than 1.5 miles from the school are provided bus service.
The school's mission is to "provide Three Oaks students with the knowledge and skills they will need in leading productive lives and to foster an enthusiasm for learning."
Books, CDs, movies, video games: The Cary Area Public Library has it all. The library provides service to the…More residents of Cary, Oakwood Hills, Trout Valley, unincorporated Cary, parts of unincorporated Crystal Lake, and Prarie Grove.
The library is public, so anyone can use their facilities and obtain a guest pass to access computers.
The location of the library is great for students, teachers, and faculty that attend or work for Cary-Grove High School and Three Oaks School because they are close neighbors.
Many services are offered at the library such as adult book discussion groups, story-time for toddlers, and other children's programming.