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Superintendent Dr. Creg E. Williams and TF South Teacher Mozella Brown
Annyce Goodrum ('10) and David McCarthy ('11)
TF South Financial Aid Night
Chris Russo and Chappell Billings at the Superintendents' Commission for the Study of Demographics and Diversity Annual Conference
Superintendents' Commission for the Study of Demographics and Diversity Annual Conference
TF North Teacher Diane Miller-DeSoto
TF North Spanish Students
TF South Senior Delores R. and Guidance Counselor Marcia James
TF North's Karen Lake, 2015 Award of Excellence Recipient
Students and staff dine with Superintendent Williams
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Superintendent's Message

Dear Parents and Guardians:

We are off to another great school year in District 215. The 2015-2016 school year marks my ninth year as your superintendent and it is with great honor that I continue to serve you.  Last year, as in years past, our students and staff made impressive accomplishments both in and out of the classroom that displayed their creativity, intelligence, fortitude, and tenacity.

Our district’s graduation and attendance rates are among the best in the state of Illinois. For the ninth consecutive year, we passed a balanced budget. In the midst of the financial difficulties that continue to plague our state and our nation, we have not eliminated or downsized any programs or services for our students as a result of funding.

District 215 boasts a wide array of career and technical education programs, sports, and extracurricular activities for the 3,500 students we serve.

We remain steadfast in our commitment to providing a dynamic learning community for our students. Please know that our school community is strengthened by your collaboration with our educators and your efforts to support learning both at school and home. 

 

Respectfully,

Dr. Creg E. Williams
Superintendent

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Illinois state law requires that all students entering 9th grade have a current physical and complete immunization record. Also, students entering 12th grade are required by law to show proof of having received two doses of the meningococcal conjugate vaccine before entering the 12th grade. Students will not be able to complete the registration process and will not be able to attend school without documented proof of the meningococcal vaccine and current physical. For additional details please visit http://bit.ly/1MzHE2x
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