5:30 PM - 7:30 PM ESL Class (Second Semester)
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM Finance & Operations Advisory Committee Meeting
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Cancelled - Policy Advisory Committee Meeting
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM SEEDS Family Services - The Adolescent's Social Development
On behalf of our board of education, teachers, administrators, and staff, welcome to Oswego Community Unit School District 308! We are proud that District 308 remains one of the most outstanding public school systems in the state of Illinois. Our district has experienced wonderful success throughout the years by demonstrating excellent academic achievement as well as an incredible offering of extracurricular programs.
School District 308 is the seventh largest public school system in our state, with an enrollment of more than 18,000 students in 22 schools, serving pre-kindergarten through 12th grade and offering alternative education programs and a transition center. District 308 covers 68.8 square miles, and serves all of Oswego, as well as portions of Aurora, Joliet, Montgomery, Plainfield, and Yorkville. We are the largest employer in Kendall County, with a total staff of over 2,300 individuals.
In District 308, we are continuously striving for improvement in our programs and services. We are a place where all students will grow and learn. Our goal is to provide each student with a comprehensive educational experience to ensure they are ready to compete nationally and internationally by the time their education is complete.
This year our district will be working on several important priorities and initiatives:
Leading a large, comprehensive educational system is a complex endeavor. I appreciate and acknowledge the critical role that the Board of Education as well as our families play in making our district the best it can be. Working together, I am certain we will achieve our mission to educate all students to reach their highest potential.
School District 308 is a special place that has enjoyed much success. I encourage you to find out more about our district and all that it has to offer to our students and our community, and to stay connected with us through our website, app, and social media outlets.
Please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about the district.
Dr. John W. Sparlin
Superintendent of Schools
Seminario Ayudalos a crecer de una manera sana y constructiva
6 de Febrero: c Que es la adolescencia?
13 de Febrero: El adolescente y la familia
20 de Febrero: El desarrollo social del adolescente
27 de Febrero: El adolescente, redes socialesytecnologias
6 de Marzo: Conductas de riesgo en la adolescencia
13 de Marzo: Los trastornos mentales en la adolescencia
3 de Abril: La transformaci6n del adolescente en positivo
Seminar Help them grow in a healthy and constructive way
Feb 6 - What Is Adolescence?
Feb 13 - The Adolescent and the Family
Feb 20 - The Adolescent's Social Development
Feb 27 - The Adolescent, Social Media and Technology
Mar 6 - Risk Behaviors in Adolescence
Mar 13 - Mental Disorders in Adolescence
Apr 3 - The Positive Transformation of the Adolescent
Por favor acompáñenos a la reunión de febrero del COMITÉ ASESOR BILINGÜE DE PADRES DE FAMILIA (BPAC Por sus siglas en inglés) En esta ocasión el tema será: Educación Especial dentro del Programa de DL y un Ambiente Inclusivo y Afectuoso Jueves, 7 de febrero del 2019 - 6:00 p.m. East View Academy Puerta #1 4209 Route 71 Oswego, IL 60543 Si tiene alguna pregunta, favor de comunicarse con Alma Binkowski, Enlace/Representante Bilingüe de Padres de Familia al 630-636-3689
Please join us at the February BILINGUAL PARENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING (BPAC) Topic: Special Education within DL program and A Caring Inclusive Environment Date: Thursday - February 7, 2019 Time: 6:00 p.m. Location: East View Academy Door No. 1 4209 Route 71 Oswego, IL 60543 If you have any questions, please contact Alma Binkowski, Bilingual Parent Outreach/Liaison at 630/636-3689
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To contact complaint managers or to file grievances with SD 308, use the Uniform Grievance Procedure established by Board Policy 2:260.