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The District 67 and District 115 Boards of Education will hold a Special Joint Meeting on Tuesday, March 9 at 5:00 PM. This meeting will be held remotely and live streamed. Individuals who wish to make a public comment at a virtual meeting should notify Board Clerk Julia Polszakiewicz, at no later than 12:00 p.m. noon on the day of the meeting.

At this meeting the Hazard, Young, Attea and Associates Team will present a slate of pre-screened candidates for the Superintendent position based on the Leadership Profile Report that was presented during a Special Joint Board of Education Meeting on March 1, 2021. The Boards will collaboratively determine which candidates will be invited to participate in a first round of interviews. The HYA team will also conduct a workshop to both educate and gather input from Board members with regard to the interview process. While the majority of this meeting will be conducted in Closed Session, there will, as always, be an opportunity for public comment.

Please read additional information on the D115 Board of Education web page or D67 Board of Education web page.

The D67 COVID-19 Dashboard has been updated for the week of March 1, 2021, to reflect the latest information from our schools and local health departments.  As of March 3rd, the incidence and positivity rates for Lake County and the 60045 zip code have decreased over the past week.  At this time, we have no known COVID-19 cases in any of our schools, and the quarantine numbers across all campuses are low.  Weekly surveillance testing continues to be available to all students and staff. Appointments can be scheduled using the District 67 Registration link. Thank you for your continued efforts to adhere to the 3W’s! Please use this link to read the entire communication.

Districts 67 and 115 are continuing the free meal program in 2021 by offering two pick up opportunities on Tuesdays and Thursdays. This free meal program is available to all families and staff in Districts 67 and 115 with children 18 years of age and younger. Families and staff are invited to pick up meal kits for each child in their family.

An Update from the Superintendent on District 67 Survey Results, 3/3/21: Last week, District 67 Board of Education President Justin Engelland shared the following message regarding the possibility of expanding in-person offerings for our students following Spring Break:
“Given the desire for full in-person learning being expressed within the community, the Board requested that the Administration survey the community to assess interest in the alternatives and tolerance for potential trade-offs in order to develop a detailed plan for consideration at our upcoming March 16 meeting.”
In response to this Board request, the District 67 Administration team collaborated to create a survey, which was sent to parents last Thursday. The results of the survey can be viewed here.

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