Institute Day

Institute Day

Institute Day speakers Superintendent Dr. Gay, Board President Nogal, Teachers' Association President Michelle Etchason, Region Chair Jim Materra, Educational Support Professionals Association Co-Presidents Barb Fregeau and Debbie Sandoval.

Freshmen Gathering

Freshmen Gathering

Freshmen gather in the Performing Arts Center on their first day of school.

Student Ambassadors

Student Ambassadors

Student Ambassadors welcomed freshmen on their first day of school.

Driver Education

Summer Driver Education

More than 300 students are taking driver education classes this summer in District 230.

I believe...

I believe...

Student photos and responses to the statement I believe...adorn the halls.

Legacy Hall

Legacy Hall

The District 230 Foundation honored alumni with induction into Legacy Hall

ISBE Superintendent & D230 Board

ISBE Superintendent & D230 Board

ISBE Superintendent Dr. Tony Smith and D230 School Board members Rick Nogal, Melissa Gracias, Sue Dalton and Denis Ryan, along with D230 Superintendent Dr. James M. Gay.

Digital Learning Program

Digital Learning Program

With the expansion of the D230 Digital Learning Program, all students will have access to Chromebooks to support learning.

Superintendent's Message

 
It has been a fantastic start to the 2017-18 school year! Thank you to each and every one of you who helped prepare our schools to be ready for the more than 7,500 students who arrived for the first days of school this week. It truly takes the dedicated efforts of each of you to pull this off! And you did it so well that it makes opening a new school year look easy! As I said at our opening Institute Day gathering: This is who we are!
 

Recent Media

In the Spotlight

We honor the past of those staff members and students who came before us.

We embrace the present by providing the best possible educational experience for the students entrusted into our care today.

And we create the future by preparing these students for what comes next and by assuring our schools are ready for the 6th, 7th and 8th graders that will be at our doorsteps in a few short years.

This is all done with a focus on  providing rigorous coursework that challenges students to grow. This is done by making what we teach relevant to our students today and to their future. This is done through relationships that encourage, challenge and support students both in their academic pursuits and in the sometimes challenging process of growing into young adults.

At the center of all that we do are our students as we develop Successful Schools for Successful Students. TMA_RRR

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