Thank You D225 for Land Swap & Maple Construction Support

Construction on the new Maple School campus will begin in March of 2018. Efforts will begin with the creation of a new Maple School that will include two drop-off areas which are significantly safer than Maple’s current traffic pattern.

In the 1970’s, the current Sherman Drive that runs between the GBN and Maple campuses was extended near GBN’s athletic entrance to Greenview Road. Sherman Drive cut through the corner of D30’s campus (shown in red) and D225’s land (shown in yellow), leaving a D30 triangle of land on GBN’s side of Sherman Road, and a D225 triangle of land on D30’s side.

The D225 and D30 Boards have approved a land swap resolution to officially incorporate these two triangles of land into their respective campuses. This action allows the creation of a Sherman Drive entrance for the new Maple School. 

D30’s designs of the new campus have evolved over the design phase of the project with input from many stakeholders. The traffic patterns have been informed and analyzed by our architects and traffic consultants and they have incorporated input from the Village of Northbrook Engineers, Fire Department, and Police Department. These safer traffic patterns have also been reviewed by the District 30 Board of Education, representatives from the D225 Board of Education, and our neighbors at Glenbrook North High School.

The current staging pattern and design at Maple School creates challenges, especially at the end of the day, which our traffic consultant depicts in the diagram below:

The new Maple campus design plans for two distinct entrances and exits. Bus traffic will occur without cars on the south drive behind Maple School. This design offers a significant improvement in the current condition. Improved end-of-the-day traffic is depicted by our traffic consultant in the diagram below:

Current designs also include a fence along Sherman Drive (on the north end of the campus) to guide foot traffic to the crosswalk.

On behalf of the entire District 30 Community, thank you to District 225’s Board of Education and Superintendent Dr. Mike Riggle for supporting a land swap to assist with District 30’s plans for the new Maple School campus.


Dr. Brian K. Wegley

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Maple Progress Update

District 30’s new Maple School designs continue to progress and are now well into the construction drawing phase. Bid documents will be finalized in mid-December, and we will break ground in the Spring of 2018! Below are updated exterior and interior pictures of this exciting new facility for our students:

The Future of the District Office

In preparation for the work, the current District Office trailers are expected to be vacated and torn down in March of 2018. Northbrook Bank and Trust Co. offered District 30 office space to lease with the use of a kitchen, conference room, and restrooms (at no extra charge). They have generated a dramatically reduced price for space and have incorporated a modest monthly payment back to District 30 that we can utilize within each school’s benevolence fund that supports students in need. The Board has endorsed our temporary location on the second floor of Northview Bank and Trust Co. building at 245 Waukegan Road beginning by March 2018.

Several permanent locations have been explored for the District 30 District Office including a long-term lease in the community, repurposing the existing Maple School’s kitchen and cafeteria, building an office building adjacent to the future soccer field, and building the District Office on the top of Maple School as it is constructed. After analyzing all options, the Board of Education has determined that the most responsible option is to build the District Office on the top of Maple School during construction.

If bids come in as expected on this alternate, financing of this long-term solution will occur within operating expenses, with a cost that is less than leasing. Thank you to Northbrook Bank and Trust Co. for allowing District 30 to realize considerable short-term savings to put toward this needed space.

Please keep up with developments at!

Dr. Brian K. Wegley

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Instilling Hope Generates Grit

We are excited to begin a new school year in District 30, and I welcome our parents and community to another magical year. As we start the 2017-18 school year, it is hard to believe my children are 27 and 24 years old. I am proud that they are both caring and capable teachers. My wife and I enjoyed every phase of life, as they grew from excited toddlers into curious children, and now into invested young adults.

Collectively, our job in raising our children centers around helping them continue to develop and grow into independent, perseverant adults. District 30 has been part of the team raising children in our community since 1860. Consider our grammar school students shown here in 1903:

Reflect on the societal changes these young men and women saw in their lifetime. They needed to adapt, possess a growth mindset, and to employ grit.

This year’s kindergarteners will graduate from high school in 2030 and college in 2034:

Ponder the changes they will see in their lives and careers. They will need to have the ability to adapt to change, embrace a growth mindset, and they will need to exercise grit.

District 30 exists to create a community that craves learning, fosters resiliency, and cares deeply for every child. We honor childhood and focus on growth. In one of my earlier blogs, Mindset & Grit blog, I reflected on the book Mindset, by Carol Dweck. I recommend that every parent and educator should read this book.

As we begin this year, I want to reflect on and recommend the book Grit, by Angela Duckworth. For Angela, grit has two components: passion and perseverance. These are two essential attributes for every child. Angela provides insights for how we can intentionally build grit in ourselves and our children.

Passion & Purpose

This book joins many other sources advocating for discovering and following our passions, which creates true purpose in life. William James foretold this a century ago, “The casting vote for how well we can expect to do in any endeavor is desire and passion, the strength of our interest.” Angela emphasized that half of grit is perseverance and that nobody works doggedly on something they don’t find intrinsically interesting.  Research shows:

  • People are enormously more satisfied with their jobs when they do something that fits their interests
  • People perform better at work when what they are interested in what they do

Support is Key

Interests are triggered by interactions with the outside world, and they thrive when there is a crew of encouraging supporters, including parents, teachers, coaches, and peers. We can and should help our young men and women to discover and follow their passions. Encourage them to consider the following questions:

  • Where does my mind wander?
  • What do I really care about?
  • What matters most to me?
  • How do I enjoy spending my time?
  • And in contrast, what do I find absolutely unbearable?

Hope & Perseverance

Perseverance requires hope, which is fueled by a growth mindset:

Growth Mindset → Optimistic self-talk → Perseverance over adversity

Angela pointed out that:

talent x effort = skill

skill x effort = achievement

Perseverance requires our students to have hope in the fact that their effort can impact their achievement. When it comes to achievement, effort counts twice. The key ingredient for success is completely within our control, and our language we use with our students can cultivate perseverance by reinforcing these important points:

Undermines Growth Mindset and Grit Promotes Growth Mindset and Grit
“You’re a natural! I love that.”

“Well, at least you tried.”


“Great job! You’re so talented!”

“This is hard. Don’t feel bad if you can’t do it.”

“Maybe this just isn’t your strength. Don’t worry-you have other things to contribute.”

“You’re a learner! I love that.”

“That didn’t work. Let’s talk about how you approached it and what might work better.”

“Great job! What’s one thing that could have been even better?”

“This is hard. Don’t feel bad if you can’t do it yet.”

“I have high standards. I’m holding you to them because I know we can reach them together.”

Deliberate Practice

Anders Ericsson’s research concluded that it takes ten thousand hours of practice over ten years to achieve elite levels of expertise. We all know that making significant progress on meaningful tasks involves failing at first. A key to achievement is deliberate practice, which includes four components:

  • A clearly defined stretch goal
  • Full concentration and effort
  • Immediate and informative feedback
  • Repetition with reflection and refinement

Angela noted that students who learned about the benefits of deliberate practice were more likely to focus on their weaknesses and “concentrate one hundred percent.”

Thank you all for partnering with us to instill hope as we help to build grit in all of our students. Together, we will continue to create a community that craves learning, fosters resiliency, and cares deeply for every child! Here is to a fantastic 2017-2018 school year!


Brian K. Wegley

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D30 Board Gives Go Ahead for Maple Design

On Thursday, July 13, 2017, District 30’s Board of Education came to a consensus on giving the go ahead on the plans that have emerged from the design development phase of work for the new Maple School! In the Fall of 2016, the District 30 Board of Education entered into an inclusive process that generated District 30’s Master Facility Plan. The process included input from all stakeholders:

  • Community Members
  • Parents
  • Students
  • Staff
  • Administration
  • Board of Education

Leadership for this process was provided by our Board, Administrative Team, a Steering Committee (board members, administrators, teachers, parents, and community members), and a 34-member Citizens’ Task Force (District 30 parents, local business and real-estate leaders, village representatives, community members, building principals, and a teacher from each building). The wealth of information generated in our Master Facility Planning process was utilized to create a preliminary design of a new Maple School.

A leadership team convened that began work with ARCON and Nicholas & Associates two days after the referendum. Efforts have incorporated input from teachers, the Northbrook Police and Fire Departments, a traffic consultant, and engineers from the Village of Northbrook. Our work has also included meetings with District 225 and Glenbrook North High School.

Our collective work has generated designs for the new Maple School, which will be constructed on the field that is adjacent to the current Maple School. These designs will continue to evolve, and you can see the current design and how plans develop at our facilities website:

Our architects will now enter the mechanical drawing phase that will position us for bidding the work in the winter. Ground breaking will occur by April, and the goal remains to occupy the new Maple School in the fall of 2019.

District 30’s bond sale for this project went extremely well due to our AAA bond rating and the low-interest rates at the time of sale. The actual cost to our taxpayers will not be included in our taxes until the fall of 2018, and it will be lower than advertised during the referendum. The actual cost will be $45.63 per thousand dollars paid in taxes as opposed to the advertised impact of $47.55.

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New Maple Design Progressing

In the Fall of 2016, the District 30 Board of Education entered into an inclusive process that generated District 30’s Master Facility Plan. The process included input from all stakeholders:

  • Community Members
  • Parents
  • Students
  • Staff
  • Administration
  • Board of Education

Leadership for this process was provided by our Board, Administrative Team, a Steering Committee (board members, administrators, teachers, parents, and community members), and a 34-member Citizens’ Task Force (District 30 parents, local business and real-estate leaders, village representatives, community members, building principals, and a teacher from each building). The wealth of information generated in our Master Facility Planning process was utilized to create a preliminary design of a new Maple School.

On April 4, 2017, the community delivered District 30 a mandate to replace Maple School when 76% of the community voted yes for the facility bond referendum that grew out of this planning process. Once our community approved, the administrative team began utilizing the information generated for our Master Facility Planning process to finalize plans for a new Maple School. This important work continues to evolve with input from our teachers, students, administrative team, community members, architects, construction management firm, and consultants.

District 30 recently earned a Triple-A (AAA) Bond Rating with a Stable distinction from Standard and Poor’s. This strong rating is important because it provides us with an “exceptional degree of creditworthiness,” which will keep the rates on our bonds as low as possible.

Our goal remains to break ground on our current soccer field by April of 2018, to occupy a new Maple School in the Fall of 2019, and to allow current middle school and summer school programming to continue in the current Maple School during construction.

Our realization of a new Maple School will:

  • Eliminate the need for millions of dollars of maintenance for the current Maple School
  • Add two additional classrooms which will increase flexibility and capacity for future enrollment growth and additions
  • Create two drop-off lanes with significantly increased car-staging zones and safety
  • Create full-size science classrooms with fully-functional labs
  • Generate appropriately-sized music, art, and Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) rooms
  • Cluster grade-levels together with collaborative learning space
  • Locate student services (our nurse and psychologists) in a confidential area
  • Allow for public spaces (e.g. the music areas and gym space) to be isolated from the academic areas of the building
  • Create a “Cafetorium” that allows for after-school activities and performances without interference with physical education and after-school athletics
  • Introduce natural light to virtually every student space
  • Increase energy efficiency including the replacement of 37 rooftop heating and air-conditioning units with more efficient centralized systems

We invite the District 30 Community to keep up with the progress on our new Maple School through the website. This website includes Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and the most recent design progress. Once construction begins, this site will include regular updates on progress.

Thank you again to our supportive community and to all of those giving their time freely to generate an outstanding plan for the new Maple School.


Dr. Brian K. Wegley

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Direction Defined for Maple School & Thank You

“District 30 has the kids; the faculty and staff; the leadership; the community. The only thing you are missing is the facilities.”  

District 30 Parent’s Statement During Master Facility Planning

As District 30 embarked on updating our Master Facility Plan, the above quote summarized what drove this facility process. Our Master Facility Plan was shared with a Steering Committee and Citizens’ Task Force, who unanimously recommended that our Board of Education pursue a Facility Bond Referendum, which included the building of a new Maple School, and completion of required Health/Life-Safety work at Wescott and Willowbrook Schools.

While nothing is official at this point, it appears that the April 4, 2017, Facility Bond Referendum for District 30 was supported by the community by a substantial margin. Therefore, District 30 will continue planning for a new Maple School, as we begin completing the Health/Life-Safety work at Wescott and Willowbrook. Moving forward, we will include the voice of District 30 stakeholders in our planning, and we will keep our community well-informed.

Thank you to the citizens who actively engaged in one of our 14 tours of Maple School, who hosted or attended one of the 10 community coffees, and who worked to make sure the community was informed about our options. Throughout this effort, our community has demonstrated character and civility. I have appreciated the respectful, open conversation and learning that has occurred as we shared District 30’s facility issues and options.

I want to personally thank our staff, Board of Education, parents, and community who provided input into the District 30 Master Facility Plan. I have every confidence that District 30 will intelligently and responsibly work to create a middle school that aligns with our educational vision and supports the high expectations that we all share for the education that we provide for our students.

In addition, Tuesday’s election resulted in the election of the three board members who ran for three open seats. On April 27, 2017, our Board of Education will welcome back Mrs. Ursula Sedlak, as we welcome Mr. Jeffrey Zuercher and Mr. Keith Karchmar. I know our community appreciates these individuals for the service that they will provide District 30. At the same time, we have two seasoned board members who will retire from service to District 30. Please join me in thanking Dr. Kenneth Spero and Mr. Fred Sloneker for their commitment to District 30. They have served our district with dedication and distinction, and they will truly be missed!

Thank you again to our community for your partnership and support in providing our students with outstanding learning opportunities. District 30 will continue to create a community that craves learning, fosters resiliency, and cares deeply for every child.

Dr. Brian K. Wegley
Superintendent of Schools

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Inspired by a Glimpse Into Our Children’s Minds

Last Thursday evening, I had the pleasure of attending Willowbrook’s 3rd & 4th Grade Musical with my wife, Kathy. As always, the investment and pride of our students, in the program they helped to create, were apparent.

WBMus0317Below are some of the poems authored by our students that served as the foundation for the musical. Enjoy the glimpse into the talents and minds of our students:


To come


Love is the world
It is important to have love
Love is to be loved
The word love is the healer of hate

Like they say
You can not fight hate with hate
You can only fight hate with Love!
Love is the name

Good and the Bad

There is good
There is bad
I want the good

There is nice
There is mean
I want the nice

There is Peace
There is War
I want the Peace

There is Friend
There is Enemy
I want the Friend

I want the world to be
How I imagine
The Good
The Nice
The Friend
The Peace

Hope of Peace

I hope of someone calming down the hatred lashing out and whipping others.
I hope of love flowing out and embracing everyone.
It silences the corrupt swarm of power and greed.

I imagine everyone hand in hand swallowing up all the hatred, and replacing it with the soft and warm happiness.
The hard and piercing hatred is always overpowered by love and happiness.
The dream of peace the constant peace.
It overcomes negativity.
Let peace roam free.


If you look closely, you can see the better, not the bad
The better is the peace, and the peace is all you need

Just the opposite of war, and war is the bad
And the bad you don’t want
For the rest of your life, the peace is like the wind

Swirling in the air
Up and down
Up and down

Side to side
Side to side


I wish that everyone stays their self
Everyone has their own track to go on
Never listen to what others think of you

I wish

I wish for love
I wish for peace
I wish for doves

I wish for you

Then we come together
And we are
Friends just like you

I am proud to be a part of District 30 where we exemplify and deepen kindness, care, and inclusion. Thank you to our caring students and our staff for continuing to inspire us all!

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District 30 Referendum Update

Dear Friends, Colleagues and Community Members:

Following a comprehensive facilities study and months of planning and community input, the District 30 Board of Education unanimously supported the 34-member Citizens’ Task Force recommendation to pursue:

  • Construction of a new middle school (grades 6 through 8) to replace the existing 67-year-old Maple School on District 30 land adjacent to the current Maple School ($40.6 million)
  • Health/Life Safety upgrades to Wescott (WS) School, including code-required, fire-rated separations, door and hardware replacement, West Wing window replacement, exterior perimeter sealant replacement, new temperature control system, and rooftop unit replacement ($369,600)
  • Health/Life Safety upgrades to Willowbrook (WB) School, including door and hardware replacement, roof repair and replacement, ceiling tile replacement, new temperature control system, and rooftop unit replacement ($508,480)

Prior to Board approval of the above $41.5 million recommendation, the Citizens’ Task Force obtained community feedback, and in response, the proposal was downsized. In fact, the task force removed $7 million from the project by eliminating the District Office and capacity work at Wescott and Willowbrook Schools. In addition, District 30 (which is debt free) remains committed to allocating $5.2 million from existing reserves. Therefore, our community has a $36.3 million facility bond referendum question to consider during the Consolidated Election on April 4, 2017.

At this point, we have conducted 12 tours at Maple School. I have appreciated the thoughtful questions I have received as our community has invested time in becoming informed. For your information, I am including Frequently Asked Questions that have been asked during our tours.

  • What are important impacts on our community and students if the referendum is or is not approved?

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  • Will the facility bond referendum create a permanent tax increase?

No. A facility bond referendum continues for a maximum of 20 years.

  • If the community approves the facility bond referendum, can construction costs allow the district to issue more than $36.3 million in bonds?

No. If the community approves the $36.3 million facility bond referendum, the district can issue a maximum of $36.3 million in facility bonds.

  • If the community approves the $36.3 million in facility bonds, will the additional taxes generated by these bonds increase through the 20-years of the bond?

No. District 30 plans on structuring constant bond payments for the twenty years.

  • Would classes continue at the existing Maple School while a new Maple School is constructed?

Yes. If the proposed new school is approved, an isolated construction area west of the current Maple School would allow District 30 to continue classes during the school year and during summer school.

  • Has District 30 recently invested in the maintenance needs of our elementary buildings?

Yes. In the past three years, District 30 has spent $4.1 million on facilities with a focus on our elementary buildings.

Please remain informed. There are more Frequently Asked Questions and an online tour of Maple at You are also welcome to join us at upcoming tour dates at Maple School.

Remaining Maple Tour Dates
  • March 4, 2017 – 10:00 a.m.
  • March 18, 2017 – 1:00 p.m.

If you have questions regarding District 30’s facility improvement proposal, please contact me at your convenience.


Dr. Brian Wegley
Superintendent of Schools


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Unanimous Recommendation for Feedback from Citizens’ Task Force

Do we spend millions of dollars renovating Maple School—our 67-year-old middle school—or do we replace it? This is the big question that a Citizens’ Task Force of local business, civic and educational leaders recently tackled. The group included both parents and non-parents within District 30.

In doing their homework, the Task Force met with the district’s architect, ARCON Associates, to review a comprehensive Master Facility Plan and tour the middle school (Maple School). The recently completed Master Facility Plan was created through an exhaustive process involving architects, an education consultant, construction management professionals, principals, teachers, students, parents, district leadership and other stakeholders. The Task Force was also given the opportunity to discuss financing options with the district’s financial advisor.

The 34-member Task Force was specifically asked, “If we’re going to conduct a mail-in survey of registered voters in District 30, what specific facility improvement proposals should be tested?” The group unanimously decided that voter feedback should be gathered on one proposal focused on replacing the middle school, rather than renovating it. The Task Force also recommended that the proposal include state-mandated Health/Life Safety upgrades, additional instructional space and parking lot/site improvements at District 30’s two elementary schools (Wescott School and Willowbrook School).

The Task Force was in agreement that spending millions of dollars on repairs, renovations and “Band-Aid” fixes to the aging middle school, now and in the future, was not a fiscally responsible solution, especially since the renovations would not address the district’s current and long-term instructional space needs.

One facility improvement that the Task Force eliminated from the proposal was district office space at the new middle school. In an effort to stay below the district’s bonding capacity, the Task Force decided that instructional space needs at the elementary schools outweighed the need for administrative offices. While the group realized that the district’s offices would need to be demolished to help make room for a new middle school, they recommended the district develop alternative strategies such as leasing office space or pursuing these improvements if the total project came in under budget.

Other factors that the Task Force took into consideration were the following:

  • Renovating the middle schoolrather than replacing itwould be much more disruptive to students and staff given the amount of time it would take to tackle the improvements.
  • The replacement proposal would allow classes and District 30’s summer school program to continue in the existing school building while the new school is built on the same site. Once the new building is completed, the old middle school would be demolished and the campus would be fully developed.
  • District 30 is currently debt free, borrowing costs are near historic lows and construction costs continue to increase.
  • If a middle school replacement project and elementary school improvements are not pursued, or voters turn down funding for these improvements, the district will still need to address about $18 million in Health/Life Safety and long-term maintenance improvements at its three schools.
  • The district recently invested about $4.1 million in Health/Life Safety improvements at its two elementary schools, and it would use another $5.2 million in existing reserves toward the new middle school and elementary school upgrades.
  • In the late 1990s, the Glenview Naval Air Base was closed and redeveloped into The Glen. The Glen has used a Tax Increment Financing (TIF) District since 1999 to finance redevelopment. This TIF sunsets in 2022. At that point in time, District 30’s equalized assessed value (EAV) is projected to increase by about $88 million. This higher EAV would lead to a lower tax rate of about 14% on any outstanding voter-approved bonds. The District will also collect roughly $2.8 million in additional revenue under the Tax Cap, making it unlikely that a future operating referendum will be required.
  • Trying to renovate the middle school, such that it is comparable to a new school, is roughly the same cost as building a new one. There are renovation options that are less expensive, but they fall well short of the district’s instructional space needs and result in ongoing expenses tied to Health/Life Safety needs.

The estimated total cost of the middle school replacement and improvements to the two elementary schools is $44.7 million. However, the total proposed request is $39.5 million, given that the district would allocate
$5.2 million from reserves.

For homeowners within District 30, the estimated annual tax impact of the $39.5 million proposal is $51.76 per $1,000 of property taxes paid.

Nothing is set in stone at this time. Your input on the facility improvement proposal being considered is critical. Over the next few weeks, you will be receiving additional information on District 30’s facility needs and proposed solutions. The district will also be hosting additional community outreach meetings and tours of Maple School—located at 2370 Shermer Road, Northbrook, IL 60062—on the following dates and times:

Wednesday, October 26, 2016, 6:00 pm
Tuesday, November 1, 2016, 6:00 pm
Saturday, November 5, 2016, 10:30 am

A public opinion survey will be mailed to all registered voters in your household early next month. Your participation in this important survey is greatly appreciated.

Thank you for taking the time to learn more about District 30’s planning efforts, facility needs and proposed solutions through ongoing communications and at You can also learn more by reviewing a summary of our facility issues and potential solutions to our highest priority needs.

If you have questions regarding the proposal being considered, please contact me at your convenience. My email is and the District Office phone number is 847-400-4190.

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Citizens’ Task Force Convenes

Thank you to the District 30 Citizens’ Task Force, which convened for its first meeting on Tuesday, September 27, 2016. This meeting included:

  • Introducing members
  • Sharing the charge of the committee – narrow options to implement the Master Facility Plan and define a recommendation for the option our Board of Education should pursue
  • Reviewing our meeting calendar and Citizens’ Task Force procedures
  • Highlighting our Master Facility Plan progress, which incorporates findings from the updated physical assessment and the recently completed educational assessment
  • Touring Maple School


Thank you to our Citizens’ Task Force, which includes the following individuals:

David Abraham Rachael Jennings
Ann Angel Cheryl Kahn
Sherwin Blitstein Meena Klein
Zivit Blonder Harley Korman
Chris Brown Dianne Larsen
A.C. Buehler Sharon Latek
Scott Carlson Barbara Pepoon
Melissa Carr Larry Porter
Nate Carter Jackie Ruf
Carlo Cavallaro Molly Schack
Jennifer Choi Mia Seo
Laura Considine Vishal Shah
Ashley Delaney Bruce Skeggs
Pat Dunbar John Smith
Sara Filipiak Jeff St. John
John Finan Neil Warnygora
Chuck Gitles (Board President & Observer) Brian Wegley (Non-voting member)
Debbie Glickman Tara Wesselink
Betty Holzkopf

The committee will meet again on Monday, October 17, 2016, and on Thursday, December 1, 2016. The committee will define a recommendation for the facility option the District 30 Board of Education to consider pursuing, and their recommendation is anticipated to be presented at the December 8, 2016, Board of Education meeting.

Upcoming Public Tours of Maple School

Saturday, October 15, 2016, beginning in the Multipurpose Room at Maple School at 10:30 a.m. & 12:30 p.m.(Residents are also encouraged to participate in Maple’s Electronic Recycling Drive)

Tuesday, October 18, 2016, beginning in the Multipurpose Room at Maple School at 6:00 p.m. (Residents are also encouraged to participate in Maple’s Kids Care Canned Food Drive for the Northfield Food Pantry)

Wednesday, October 26, 2016, beginning in the Multipurpose Room at Maple School at 6:00 p.m. (Residents can also participate in Maple’s PTO Book Sale)

Tuesday, November 1, 2016, beginning in the Multipurpose Room at Maple School at 6:00 p.m.

Saturday, November 5, 2016, beginning in the Multipurpose Room at Maple School at 10:30 a.m.

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