About Us

Crete-Monee Middle School is a dynamic learning community serving all of the 6th, 7th and 8th grade students in the CM201U family. As students assimilated into our school we organize them into grade level teams. Each team has its specific identity and is intended to serve as a personalized learning environment. The core curriculum includes courses in Language and Literature, Mathematics, Science, Individuals and Societies, and Language Acquisition. This core is supported by specialty classes where students explore music, art, theater, and technology. Physical education, health, community projects and library media information services, complete our program. Active, hands-on inquiry based learning, with students working independently and in cooperative groups is evident everywhere. Displays of student work cover the walls. Students engage in interdisciplinary learning as they write in interactive notebooks, develop science lab reports, and research current issues in many of their classes.

Crete-Monee Middle School

635 Olmsted Road
University Park, IL 60484
(708) 367-2400

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Our school will be administering the IL 5Essentials during the week of November 26, 2018. If you do not want your son or daughter to participate, fill out the information on the attached form and ask your child to return this sheet to his or her teacher before we begin to administer the survey. Click here for form...

This school year, the Crete-Monee Middle School curriculum will include a state mandated, youth mental health awareness and suicide prevention education program, as required in response to Ann Marie’s Law. Ann Marie’s Law requires that Illinois public schools implement a youth suicide awareness and prevention program that teaches children in grades 6th through 12th grade age-appropriate techniques to identify the warning signs of suicidal behavior in adolescents along with the appropriate steps to take to seek help. Click here for parent letter...