Eagle Pride

Eagle Pride

Sandburg Principal Deb Baker welcomes the Class of 2018 and encourages them to show their Eagle Pride.

Guidance Connections

Guidance Connections

On the first day of school, members of the Class of 2018 met with their Guidance Counselor to ease the transition into high school.

Dr. Gay

Superintendent Dr. Gay

Superintendent Dr. Gay shares how District 230 prepares students for their future, not our past.

Institute Day 2014-15

Institute Day 2014-15

Nearly 900 staff members gather to begin the 2014-15 school year as a district.

School Board President Rick Nogal

School Board President Rick Nogal

School Board President Rick Nogal explains the collaborative process among the school board and administration to develop goals.

ESP President Fran Hinojosa

ESP President Fran Hinojosa

ESP Association President Fran Hinojosa celebrates the start of the school year at Institute Day.

Teachers Association Leaders

Teachers Association Leaders

Teachers Association Leaders including President Michelle Etchason at Institute Day 2014-15.

Dr. Kim Dryier

Dr. Kim Dryier

Assistant Superintendent Dr. Kim Dryier shares how the components of the Successful Schools Successful Students plan support student achievement.

Superintendent's Message

We have had a fantastic start to the school year! Our freshmen and transfer students are settling into their new schools, Back to School Nights introduced parents to their children’s teachers, classes are underway, Period 2 advisory, enrichment and intervention has been well-received, and activities and athletics are in full swing. The feedback I’ve heard from students, parents and staff has been incredibly positive across the district.

Student Council Presidents - Emily Evans and Grace Mooney (Andrew), Ashley Perk (Sandburg) and Julie Zielinski (Stagg) - provided updates to the School Board at last night’s meeting. Their enthusiasm to be back in school was exciting to hear. Our principals also shared highlights from the start of the year and spoke very highly of the school spirit and enthusiasm shown by staff. READ MORE

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In the Spotlight

National Merit Finalists
and 36 ACT Scores

Sandburg seniors Paige Kordas and Adam Gleisner earned the highest possible composite ACT score of 36. Less than 1/10 of 1% of all ACT test-takers earn this score, which translates to only 781 out of the more than 1.66 million students who took the test. The seniors also were named as Finalists in the 2014 National Merit Scholarship Program. This honor ranks them among the top less than 1% of U. S. high school seniors. They now have the opportunity to continue in the competition for Merit Scholarships to be awarded this spring.

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