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Superintendent's Corner

  Dear Parents/Guardians, As you all know African American History Month is the shortest month of the year.  According to the Library of Congress the event was first celebrated during a week in February in 1926 that encompassed the birthdays of both Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass.  The celebration was expanded to a month in 1976, the nation's bicentennial by President Gerald R. Ford. The African American History Program entitled, “Carrying the Dreams, Living the Legacy,” was phenomenal last night.  Our students from all eight schools gave their best performance and they should all be celebrated and praised for their talents. We want to first thank the teachers who worked diligently with every student and you the . . . read more

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Board President's Message

Mrs. Darlene Gray Everett

 “I think there's no higher calling in terms of a career than public service, which is a chance to make a difference in people's lives and improve the world.”— Jack Lew The Dolton School District 149 School Board had the distinct pleasure of attending the 2014 Joint Annual Conference of the . . . read more

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Congratulations to the Dolton School District 149 School Board Members

The Illinois Association of School Boards has dedicated November 15, 2014 as School Board Members Day in Illinois.  This is a time to show our appreciation and an opportunity to better understand how boards work together to provide leadership for schools.  On Thursday, November 13, 2014 during our regularly scheduled board . . . read more

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