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Superintendent's Corner

Dr. Shelly Davis-Jones

Dear Parents and Staff:   As of January 16, 2017, SB 0550 was signed by Governor Bruce Rauner, which requires all public and private schools occupied by student in grades preschool through fifth grade to test for lead in water sources used for drinking and cooking.  All school buildings constructed before 2000 are required to be tested this year.   Dolton School District 149 is diligent about ensuring our facilities are safe and healthy for students to learn. Part of ensuring a healthy learning environment is making sure our water sources are clean and safe for consumption. On November 3, 2017, the District tested the water at all District schools, including the Middle Schools. Testing results in . . .

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Board President's Message

Board President's Message

Mrs. Darlene Gray Everett

Dear Parents and Guardians,   As the Board President, my fellow board members understand the importance of students preparing themselves early for college and career readiness.  The eighth-grade students at the three middle schools assembled last week to hear an intimate and detailed presentation about the value of the pathway to college and career readiness.                            I am proud to inform you that our very own Dolton 149 board of education member, Rayya Ghani conducted several sessions with students from the Creative Communications Academy, the School of Fine Arts, and the Science . . .

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Assistant Superintendent of Student Learning and Program's Message

Dr. Denita Scott

Greetings Parents/Guardians: I want to take this opportunity to honor our Board of Education members for their dedication and tenacity to provide a high quality education for all students.  It takes a special person to volunteer to serve as a Board of Education member, whether they are appointed or elected.  There is much more to do in this role than appears on the surface. In our district, I have personally witnessed them spend countless hours in our school community and acting as liaisons for new initiatives to improve the learning experience for all students.  In addition, they are torn when they have to make decisions that will directly affect educational resources for children. This dedication of hours and effort almost always . . .

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Job Vacancies

Job Vacancies for the
2017-2018 School Year

Building Custodians
Elementary Teachers

Special Education Teachers

All interested applicants are encouraged to apply online through Applitrack.  Please visit our District link and click on Employment.

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