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 2017 Summer School Catalog is now available and the deadline to submit registration is Friday, May 5. District 34 will again be offering both reinforcement and enrichment summer school classes this year. Enrichment classes are available to any student living within the District 34 attendance boundaries, including students who are enrolled in private or parochial schools. Click here to view the course catalog. - Read More -
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.
The 2017-18 school calendar was approved by the Board of Education on Monday. The first day of school has been scheduled for August 23 and the last day of school, pending any weather events, will be June 5. A copy of the calendar can be found here.
During periods of inclement weather or in emergency situations, our first priority is the safety and welfare of our students and staff. At the same time, the closing of school can be burdensome to families due to child care and work schedules. We consider cancelling school to be an exception and we place a strong emphasis on keeping our schools open. - Read More -