Cut, color, permanents and products are all offered at this salon. Cari Hass can help you find and maintain the…More perfect look.
Cari offers a full menu of services at her Art-Z Salon, in the salon studios at Seven Bridges. Art-Z Salon is open weedays, by appointment only.
Martial Arts & Ways Center 2713 Rosewood Ct, Woodridge, IL60517 Martial Arts & Ways Center offers training in Kenjutsu and Aikijutsu. Students also study Japanese art and culture.…More All participants become members of the Chicago Budokai and a local dojo, or way-place. The transformative classes require commitment and discipline, and uniforms are mandatory.
The Great Frame Up 1999 75th St, Woodridge, IL60517 Since 1988, The Great Frame Up in Woodridge has been serving the community of all its framing needs. Specializing in…More custom picture framing, The Great Frame Up handles projects ranging from the very simple to the very complex. With state-of-the-art technology and professional framers on hand to assist you with all of your framing needs, The Great Frame Up provides services personalized to the individual and project. Other products include a diverse collection of art, acrylic cases and commercial services.
Lion's Martial Arts 2335 75th St, Woodridge, IL60517 Discipline is the key to success at Lion's Martial Arts. The school has been training students for more than 25 years.…More Eleven classes a week are offered in judo, tae kwon do, kendo and kickboxing. Class size is small with four to 10 students attending. Participants sign up for a membership and pay $69.75 a month. If you want to check it out, you can take a free trial lesson.
Prairieview is one of two elementary schools in District 66. Students in District 66 attend Elizabeth Ide for grades…More K-2 and Prairieview for grades 3-5. Prairieview is located along Plainfield/83rd Street in Downers Grove, right next to Lakeview Junior High School. Janeise Schultz is the principal.
The Early Childhood Education program for District 66 is housed at Prairieview School.
Prairieview offers intramurals such as floor hockey, basketball and cheerleading. Prairieview School also offers art, band and choir in its fine arts program. More information about District 66's fine arts program can be found at: http://www.ccsd66music.com
Woodridge students who live south of 75th Street and east of Woodward Avenue, including Windsor Lakes residents, attend District 66 schools.
Prairieview has made adequate yearly progress under the federal No Child Left Behind Act every year but 2009.