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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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. Below are some … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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D30 Master Facility Plan Update

Our work on our master facility plan continues. To create the District 30 Master Facility Plan, our architects, ARCON, updated the physical assessment and completed the educational assessment of our facilities. Parents, students, and staff have participated tours, focus groups, … Continue reading

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Board Goals and D30’s Master Facility Plan

Without question, our schools are among our most valuable community assets. Our Board of Education understands and embraces its responsibility to ensure that our schools continue to be a positive asset in the future. After meaningful input and reflection, District … Continue reading

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Welcome to the 2016-2017 School Year

It is my pleasure to welcome parents and students to the 2016-2017 school year! I have lived in District 30 for over a decade, and—as a former District 30 parent myself—I consider it a privilege to serve this district and … Continue reading

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