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Parents: Tell us what you want to learn about technology in school
On Saturday, November 7th, School District 21, along with Township High School District 214 and a number of other neighboring elementary school districts, will be hosting a parent learning event about technology in school and the use of technology by students today. To ensure that this event is as informative as possible for parents, we're asking for parents to complete a short survey sharing your thoughts about what would be of interest to you. Please respond by Sunday, May 24th.

Survey - English | Encuesta - Español

   
Middle School Principals Announced for 2015-2016
On May 21, 2015, the Board of Education named Luis Correa, the current assistant principal at London Middle School, to serve as principal at London beginning with the 2015-2016 school year. Luis is succeeding current London Middle School Principal Robert (Bob) Gurney, who was approved to be reassigned to serve as the principal of Cooper Middle School, also beginning with the 2015-2016 school year. Read more...
Luis Corrrea
Mr. Correa
Robert Gurney
Mr. Gurney
   

Former Board President Kathy Edmonds retires
After 12 years of service as a member of the Community Consolidated School District 21 Board of Education, Kathy Edmonds, who elected not to run for re-election this year, retired from the Board at the April 30th Board of Education meeting.

During her tenure on the Board, in addition to serving a two-year term as Board President... Read more...


Kathy at ELL Honors Ceremony
 

Newly-Elected Board of Education Seated
Following the April 2015 Municipal Elections, the new School District 21 Board of Education was seated at its April 30, 2015, Board Meeting. With the retirement of Kathy Edmonds from the Board, the Board of Education had three individuals run for three open seats. The recently-elected Board members include: Staci Allan, Jeff Battinus, and Pamela Becker Dean. Read more...

 

Seeking Curriculum Leaders
School District 21 has two important district-wide Curriculum leadership positions for which candidates are being sought for the 2015-2016 school year.

  • Curriculum Coodinator - Language Arts Focus
  • Curriculum Coordinator - Science & Social Studies Focus

Click here for more information about these positions as well as to complete an online application.

 
Last Day of School for 2014-2015 Determined
As is done annually at the April Board of Education meeting, Board members voted to approve the final day of classes based on the number of emergency days that were used during this year. With four emergency days used this past winter, the 2014-2015 school year will end on Tuesday, June 9, 2015.
   

Summer School Staff Application Available Now
The application process for Summer School staff for internal (current CCSD21 employees) and external candidates is now open. To learn more about CCSD21 Summer School programs, click here.

Apply now to serve as a CCSD21 Summer School staff member.

   
New School Leaders Announced
On Thursday, April 16, 2015, the Board of Education approved the hiring of  Mr. Adam Denenberg as our new Director of Information Services, Mr. Mike Frantini as our new Network and Systems Manager, and Mr. Mike Wheatley as the new Assistant Principal of Cooper Middle School. All three of these administrators will begin in their new positions with the 2015-2016 school year. Read more...
  Adam Denenberg
Adam Denenberg
    Mike Frantini
Mike Frantini
  Mike Wheatley
Mike Wheatley
 
   
2015 Retirees

Honoring 2015 Retirees
At the April Board of Education meeting, Board President Bill Harrison and Assistant Superintendent Lynn Glickman recognized 23 individuals retiring from the District. Combined, the retirees have served the CCSD21 community for nearly 400 years. Together, they represent each District employee’s passion for the community and commitment to our students and families. Read more...

 

PLC Areas of Focus, 2014-2017

Inclusionary Practices - All students learn in an environment with their peers that engages and challenges them.

Authentic Learning - All students learn the curriculum by collaborating with their peers to solve real problems with real products that serve real audiences.

 
 
 
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