1:00 PM - 3:00 PM African American Engineers & Scientist Interactive Fair
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Board of Education Meeting
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM CANCELED - Policy Development Advisory Committee Meeting
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Teaching and Learning Advisory Committee Meeting
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM Legislative Advisory Committee Meeting
Moody's and Fitch have assigned high ratings School District 308’s $103,420,000 General Obligation Refunding School Bonds...
Community Unit School District 308 athletes are learning early how to be a positive force for change..
Two new $500 scholarship opportunities for Oswego and Oswego East high school seniors, must have attended district junior high schools...
Classes to begin on February 10...
On Wednesday, February 03, Oswego Police responded to the lobby of East View Kindergarten Center for a report of a child sex offender...
On Monday, February 22, OHS and OEHS will host a BINGO Night for English as a Second Language students and their families.
I would like to welcome School District 308 parents, students and residents to the website for one of America’s most outstanding public schools. This website is intended to be used as the primary source for information and news about Community Unit School District 308.
With an enrollment of over 18,000 students, School District 308 is the seventh largest public PreK-12 school district in Illinois. Our school system encompasses 68.8 square miles and educates students from all of Oswego, and portions of Aurora, Joliet, Montgomery, Plainfield and Yorkville. The school district operates on a $200 million budget and includes 22 schools.
At a time when the economy remains somewhat stagnant across Illinois, School District 308 continues to grow. The district’s student enrollment has nearly doubled over the last ten years. The fact that more and more parents select School District 308 to educate their children makes it an exciting time to be a part of our school system.
I am in awe of our district’s tremendous faculty, staff and leadership team members. Our commitment and dedication to improving student achievement has begun to show fruition, including higher ACT scores and the groundbreaking opportunity for online and blended learning courses. I am honored to be leading a school district with a rich tradition of academic excellence and athletic achievements. Even with unparalleled growth, the school district has maintained an environment conducive to small learning communities focused on effective teacher instruction and improved student achievement.
As Superintendent of Schools, I join our Board of Education in the strong desire to improve student learning through effective, long-term strategic planning. Together, we acknowledge the unique support from our taxpayers and remain keenly aware of the complexity in leading a comprehensive educational system. We are grateful and appreciative for caring, loyal, and involved families and residents.
Let there be no mistake: the relentless pursuit of world-class teacher instruction and student achievement will be priority #1. Whether you are a citizen or a parent, please join us in that pursuit. If you are considering moving within our school district, I hope you consider the many advantages of School District 308.
If we can be of assistance, please contact a Board of Education member, an educational team member, or me via the information on this website.
Congratulations to the following Oswego High School (OHS) creative writing students who placed in this year’s Regional Scholastic Art and Writing Competition
Community Unit School District 308 athletes are learning early how to be a positive force for change and what it means to be good role models.
All Churchill Elementary School fourth and fifth grade students recently participated in the National Geographic Geography Bee.
Congratulations to the Traughber Junior High School eighth grade concert choir for their outstanding performance...
The Thompson Junior High School eighth grade band will perform a concert next Monday night, Feb. 8, at Wentz Concert Hall on the campus of North Central College.
With sub-zero wind chill temperatures, please prepare to receive or assist people seeking shelter from the cold - Click here to full listing of Kendall County Warming Centers - View Extreme Cold Guide from CDC
Brokaw Tuition Lottery - Click here to see more information about the tuition lottery.