Members of the Glenview District 34 Board of Education reviewed on Monday, October 16 the district’s proposed tax levy. The 2017 estimated levy will be adopted in December following a public hearing process. - Read More -
Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum, Assessment and Instruction Beth Tsoumas shared with the Board of Education on Monday an overview of all assessments administered in the district and how these are utilized to maximize learning. - Read More -
As part of his ongoing commitment to developing a deep understanding of the Glenview District 34 community, Superintendent Dr. Dane Delli recently spent the school day shadowing Attea Middle School seventh grader Martin Sanchez. - Read More -
Following a public hearing, the Glenview District 34 Board of Education approved the Fiscal Year 2017 Budget, which reflects $67.1 million in operating revenues and $69.8 million in operating expenditures. - Read More -
In May, Glenview District 34 worked with FAKO research to conduct a Community Survey. While overall this was not a satisfaction survey, in areas where participants were asked to give their opinions, the district generally received positive responses, specifically as it related to the area of communication. - Read More -
In celebration of the 2017-2018 school year, District 34 put together this short video. Join our conversation on social media today about what it means to be part of this school community using #WeAreD34. - Read More -
Superintendent Dane A. Delli, Ph.D, has developed a Transition Plan to outline his priorities and goals during his first year with Glenview District 34. Please click hereto read/download a copy of that plan. - Read More -
As part of the district’s continued review of its security procedures, all visitors will experience a significant -- but important—change when visiting our buildings this coming school year. - Read More -
The Glenview District 34 Board of Education voted to approve a three-year contract with the Glenview Professional Association (GPA) on Monday, June 19. The new contract will take effect July 1, 2017 and run through June 30, 2020.
During the annual celebration ceremony, District 34 recognized several staff members who are retiring at the end of this school year. We also shared our appreciation to staff members for their years of service. Please click here to watch a video honoring these important individuals. - Read More -
The Glenview District 34 Board of Education approved the hiring of two Student Service Coordinators and the district’s first EL & Bilingual Instructional Coach during a brief meeting Monday - Read More -
On Monday, May 1, District 34 officially swore in three new individuals to serve on the Board of Education. We are forever grateful to our departing board members Cathe Russe, Chris Northwick, and Jack Murphy. We also welcome Katie Jones, Diane Stefani and Jim Baumstark to the Board! - Read More -
Glenview District 34 continues to reflect a picture of strong fiscal responsibility, according to several key updates presented to the Board of Education on Monday. However, next year’s tentative budget shows the need for continued expense control efforts.
A recommendation from the Superintendent Math Task Force first presented to the Board of Education on March 6 has been approved. The recommendation includes four components of the math placement process that will be utilized for next school year. - Read More -
As part of the district’s continued review of its security procedures, administrators recommended locking the interior doors from the main vestibule into the front office at each school beginning next school year. This change will allow for increased safety and security for students and staff, and more closely align District 34 with the practices of surrounding districts. - Read More -
The Board of Education has approved the hiring of three key leadership positions in District 34 – the Executive Director of Student Services, Principal of Pleasant Ridge and Principal of Westbrook. All three candidates will begin with the district on July 1.
During Monday’s Board of Education meeting, Executive Director of Human Resources Dr. Heather Hopkins provided further clarity to both the need and minimal financial impact of adding key positions to the Student Services and Curriculum departments.
The Glenview District 34 Board of Education unanimously approved the hiring of Dr. Dane Delli as the new Superintendent of Schools during a special meeting on January 12. Dr. Delli will officially begin as superintendent on July 1, 2017.
Glen Grove students examined a shipwreck, stood in the eye of a hurricane, and touched the top of a plateau today without ever leaving the school. LRC Director Lisa Funk and Technology Facilitator Mary Lou Baldwin worked with Google to create this day full of exploration that every student was able to enjoy.
Classes had the opportunity to get up close and personal with units they are studying in school, such as landforms, the solar system, forces of nature and the ocean floor while using Google Expeditions. Superintendent Dr. Dane Delli joined in on the fun and walked through mountain ranges while students inspected their surroundings. Students loved immersing themselves and diving into their expeditions! #WeAreD34
Thank you ABC 7 Chicago for coming to Glen Grove School today and doing a story on how we have been using the excitement of the Chicago Cubs to teach about empathy. It was wonderful to share our spirit with you! We will post a link to the story once it is live, but here is a quick sneak peek of the interview. #WeAreD34
Please consider donating to our foundation today. It is through their support that we are able to offer incredible opportunities to our students in our schools every year and foster and build upon the innovative ideas of our teachers. #WeAreD34
Westbrook students gave such a warm welcome to Board President Sam Ach and Board Member Jim Baumstark while visiting their classrooms today. The visit was part of the Board's ongoing tour of all of our schools to further build their connection to the amazing teaching and learning that occurs in our buildings each day.
Here are a few of our favorite photos from the day! #WeAreD34
In an effort to further build upon our Board of Education's connection with our schools, Dr. Delli will be joining our principals on tours of their respective buildings throughout the year. Thank you to Hoffman Elementary School for hosting Board member Jackie Lutz, and to Jackie for graciously sharing her time today!
Hoffman was a wonderful host, showing Dr. Delli and Jackie what teaching and learning looks like throughout the school. During their visit, they experienced P.E., Art, Music and more. They also had the pleasure of meeting with the school's PTA volunteers who have so generously dedicated themselves to designing a new and much needed playground for the school.
Spoiler Alert: Make sure and check out a great shot of Dr. Delli working out with students during P.E.! #WeAreD34
In case you missed it, click here to read the latest BOE Newsletter. It contains information on the budget, our Superintendent shadowing a student, and Community Survey results. #WeAreD34 http://conta.cc/2xvcisQ
There is a lot of great conversation happening on twitter about what it means to be D34, but we know you may not all be fellow tweeters. So we will bring the conversation here by sharing our tweets on Facebook. For those of you following us on both platforms, don't worry, we promise to still keep it interesting! #WeAreD34