Following the state release of all PARCC scores on October 31, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum, Assessment and Instruction Beth Tsoumas shared with the Board of Education on Monday an analysis that shows the district’s growth from the previous year as well its overall performance compared to the state.
In a recent report provided to the Glenview District 34 Board of Education, Assistant Superintendent for Business Services Eric Miller indicated that total enrollment for the 2017-2018 school year is 4,805 students across the district. - Read More -
Glenview District 34 is joining communities throughout the state to say “thank you” to local school board members on November 15, 2017. The date is officially designated each year as School Board Members Day in Illinois to honor these public servants for their contributions to our public schools.
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. Hoffman Elementary School recently hosted Board member Jackie Lutz, and Westbrook hosted Board President Sam Ach and Board Member Jim Baumstark.
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.
Thank you to all the families who joined us at Lyon School yesterday evening for our Empty Bowls event. It was an incredible turn-out and a wonderful way to bring our community together in support of ending hunger. #WeAreD34
Superintendent Dr. Dane Delli surprised Board members at tonight's meeting with a special recognition to thank them for their service. Many of their families were in attendance to participate in the recognition, which is connected to the official School Board Appreciation Day on November 15. #WeAreD34
The Attea Flyer Wind Ensemble and Bella Voce Choir performed at the Veterans Day Ceremony at the Glenview Senior Center this morning.
After their performances, students returned to Attea and had the opportunity to Skype with five members of an Army Band. They shared how long they practice, what they like to do in their free time, and where they have been stationed.
Teachers Sue Dobias and Cindy Warren as well as many of our student musicians spent this past weekend at the Illinois Music Education Association District 7 Festival. Our students did a phenomenal job!
A special shoutout as well as to Mrs. Dobias and Mrs. Warren who prepared an engaging and informative session on instrumental music instruction and the Danielson Framework. They walked their peers through high quality examples of how each domain comes to life in an instrumental classroom. The presentation was outstanding, and the feedback from teachers was superb! #WeAreD34
Hoffman Elementary School 5th grade students in Mrs. Vickers' class skyped with author Jess Keating this afternoon. They asked questions about her books, what makes a credible source, and how she decided to become an author! #WeAreD34
Village President Jim Patterson reflected on the value our schools bring to Glenview at today's State of the Village Address. He also echoed our appreciation to work so collaboratively together, specifically on projects like the Lyon School Water Retention construction. #WeAreD34
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Support staff gathered today to participate in engaging professional development sessions. Dr. Delli kicked the morning off by thanking everyone for all they do to help support student learning and growth in District 34! #WeAreD34