School Counselor's Desk

Ms Christine Meng
Patoka CUSD #100 School Counselor
618-432-5440, Ext. 305
[email protected]

Ms Meng

Guidance - - - May


What’s Happening?

                May 1                    Junior High Awards Program @ 6:00pm

                May 2                    Patoka Olympics

May 3                    School Improvement Day – Dismissal @ 12:30pm

                May 5                    Baccalaureate at the Patoka Christian Church @ 2:00pm

                May 8                    High School Awards Banquet @ 6:00pm

                May 9                    Sports Physical Clinic with Hoyleton Medical Clinic @ 1:30pm

                May 10                 Senior Cap & Gown Parade about 2:20pm and Future Colors Day (wear a shirt from the college/union/military/trade school/career that you plan on attending next year)

May 13 & 14       Senior Exams

May 15                 Elementary Awards @ 9:00am

May 16 & 17       High School Exams with Dismissal @ 2:05pm

May 17                 Eighth Grade Promotion @ 7:00pm

May 19                 High School Graduation @ 2:00pm


IAR Testing

I want to thank everyone for another successful Illinois Assessment of Readiness, Illinois Science Assessment, Dynamic Learning Map Alternate Assessment, PSAT, and SAT season.  I appreciate people avoiding making doctor and dentist appointments as well as the students working hard to prove what they have learned this year. 



There is still a little time to sign up for the June 8th ACT.  Juniors who are interested, please see Ms Meng as soon as possible.  


Look at Our Future

This year’s senior class is ending their time here at Patoka Community Unit School District #100.  For some, this has been their home for the past 13 years.  We would like to wish these students the best of luck in their future.  The students are scattering to various colleges, heading to the military, and a few others are heading straight for the workforce.  Good luck to each of you and make us proud!



As our students look forward to a relaxing summer in the sun, encourage your students to continue to read and practice their math facts.  Just a few minutes a day will keep these skills sharp and keep the students from regressing.  Have a safe and happy summer!  I do check my email over the summer, so if you have a concern, please don’t hesitate to reach out.


Christine Meng

[email protected]        

618/432-5440 ext 305

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