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March 2017 Edition of “Community Connections” Newsletter Available Online

The March 2017 edition of High School District 211's Community Connections, (en Español) a quarterly update of the District's Strategic Plan, is now available online. This issue features information on the following, as well as several other articles:   - Advanced Placement enrollment - Dual Credit expansion - The Power of 15 - Career Pathways & Career Cruising - Budget reductions - Upcoming Community Education sessions - Swimming pool and media center renovations - Update on the Student Readiness plan   Similar periodic updates will continue to be provided to our community, covering a range of topics related to the ...

Latest Edition of “Community Connections” Newsletter Available Online

The January 2017 edition of High School District 211's Community Connections, (en Español) a quarterly update of the District's Strategic Plan, is now available online. This issue features information on: - District 211 Provides Property Tax Relief - District 211 to be Debt Free in 2017 - Upcoming Community Education Sessions: SAT Testing Information for Parents Dangers of Distracted Driving & Safe Driving Habits - Community Questionnaire Regarding Vacant Land Similar periodic updates will continue to be provided to our community, covering a range of topics related to the District 211 Strategic Plan. The complete 2016 ...

District 211 Superintendent Dan Cates Discusses Schaumburg Property

Article Published in the Daily Herald By Daniel Cates, Township High School District 211 Superintendent   Earlier this year, the Township High School District 211 community engaged in multiple forums to exchange information about the District’s strengths, challenges and future direction. Drawing upon thousands of responses, the Board of Education drafted a Strategic Plan articulating District 211’s priorities and course for the coming years. As public school personnel, we recognize the responsibility and privilege of caring for our communities’ greatest assets – our students. We also have a duty to optimize all resources ...

District 211 2015 – 2016 Annual Report Showcases New Strategic Plan

Each year, High School District 211 produces an Annual Report that reviews programs, presents statistics of interest, and summarizes financial information from the last school year.  This year’s Annual Report highlights the 2016 Strategic Plan, which includes the Community Engagement Initiative. High School District 211’s Strategic Plan outlines the direction, priorities, and goals to be accomplished in the coming years. It also serves as a communication tool within the community to define those priorities and goals. This year’s Annual Report also includes the 2015-2016 Year in Review, featuring academic, extracurricular, and financial ...

District 211 2016 – 2017 Tentative Budget Available for Review

Each fiscal year, High School District 211 creates a budget for the upcoming school year. The tentative budget for the 2016-2017 academic year was approved by the Board of Education at its Aug. 18 meeting, and is available for public viewing on the District website and at local libraries.  In accordance with School Code, the budget is available for public review for 30 days, and following a public hearing at its Sept. 22 meeting, the Board will vote to adopt the plan for the upcoming year. All school districts must finalize and approve a budget no later than Sept. 30. The goal of the tentative budget is to have a conservatively planned and ...

Community Members Invited to Help Shape District’s Strategic Plan at Upcoming Meetings

To help shape High School District 211’s five–year strategic plan, the District is seeking input from the community-at-large. Residents of Township High School District 211 are invited to share ideas about the future of District 211 schools at upcoming "The 211 of Tomorrow" monthly meetings. The first meeting will address the “State of the District,” and will take place on Feb. 1 and 2 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. These two meetings will be the same in content, but will be held in two locations for convenience. Monday, Feb. 1, will take place at Fremd High School, 1000 S. Quentin Road. Tuesday’s meeting, Feb. 2, will be held at Schaumb...