Glen Ellyn School District 41
In this issue…
Happy Principals Month
Special Board Meeting
Parent Safety Session
Preventing the Unthinkable Program
DuPage County Fairgrounds Octoberfest
- Wednesday, October 5 - Special Board Meeting, Hadley Junior High, 6:30 p.m.
- Monday, October 10 - Columbus Day/Indigenous People Day (No School)
- Tuesday, October 11 - Institute Day (No School)
- Monday, October 31 - SIP Day
- Tuesday, November 8 - Vote on D41 Referendum. For information CLICK HERE
- Tuesday, November 8 - Election Day (No School)
Referendum Session#2 Recording
District 41 hosted the second Referendum Information Session last night October 4 to help educate the community about the details of the referendum. Click here or below to watch a recording of the session.
Special Board Meeting to Include Boundary Proposal Information and Operation Costs for Referendum Projects - Tonight
A Special Board of Education meeting has been scheduled to take place on Wednesday, October 5, 6:30 p.m. at Hadley Junior High School. The meeting will include information about proposed boundary changes and potential operating costs that could be implemented if the referendum passes. All are welcome to attend or join the live stream of the Board meeting to learn more.
To keep informed about the referendum, click here.
Parent Safety Session with Sergeant Holstead
Glen Ellyn Police Department Sergeant Craig Holstead will present a parent safety session in the Hadley Junior High Library Media Center on Thursday, October 6 at 6:30 p.m. Sergeant Holstead will share information about safety in District 41 and provide information about emergency response procedures. He will also provide a brief training for parents/community members on the Run. Hide. Fight protocol that we also teach students and staff in all of our school buildings. YOU CAN RSVP HERE
“Preventing the Unthinkable” Program with Expert Kristen Ziman | Tuesday, October 11
Community members are invited to a presentation that will challenge each person to think about their role in preventing violence. In her presentation titled “Preventing the Unthinkable”, former Aurora Police Chief Kristen Ziman will discuss how to identify signs that someone might need help or be prone to violence.
The event will be held from 6:30 to 8:45 p.m. on Tuesday, October 11, at Hadley Junior High, 240 Hawthorne Blvd., Glen Ellyn. This program is in partnership with the Village of Glen Ellyn and Community Consolidated District 89.
Visit D41.org/ziman to RSVP for this event.
CLICK HERE for the flyer