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DISTRICT 34 CELEBRATES RED DAY
It was a sea of red at schools across the district on November 20 as students came together to recognize RED (Respect Each Difference) Day in Glenview District 34. The mission of RED Day is that it is the first step in emphasizing the importance of being a school, community and a world where each person respects, accepts and appreciates one another because of our differences. In recognition of the event, all students, teachers and staff wore red. During the day, each classroom also created their own posters with the RED Day pledge in the center and displayed those posters in their classrooms to be reflected upon during the remainder of the school year. Additionally, all students, staff and teachers united to read aloud the pledge as a school community. The RED Day pledge is: “I promise to Respect Each person’s Differences. I will show acceptance and appreciation to everyone so that I can be a part of making our school, our community and our world a kinder place.”
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Important Information on Senate Bill 16
What is Senate Bill 16? Last July, the Illinois Senate Education Funding Advisory Committee was tasked with recommending ways to improve public education funding in Illinois, which has remained unchanged since 1997. The result of the task force was the creation of Senate Bill 16 (SB16).
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Recommendations and Key Findings Shared at Final 34Next Session
The final session for the 34Next Community Engagement Program in Glenview District 34 was held November 5 and concluded with a set of five recommendations that were shared by 34Next Co-Chairs Daniel O’Brien and Bill Utter. The final set of recommendations will be presented to the Board of Education in December.
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Student Enrollment Projections Indicate Plateau, Eventual Decline
In a recent report provided to the Glenview District 34 Board of Education, Assistant Superintendent for Business Services Mary Werling indicated that last year’s projections show student enrollment will begin to plateau and then decline following this current school year.
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District 34 Welcomes Best-Selling Author
Glenview District 34 will welcome best-selling author Jennifer Senior on Monday, December 8 at 7 p.m. at Attea Middle School for a special talk about parenting. This event, which is free and open to the public, is presented by The Glenview Education Foundation and PTA with support by the Family Action Network.
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Board Takes First Look at 2014 Estimated Tax Levy
Members of the Glenview District 34 Board of Education reviewed on Monday, October 13 the district’s proposed tax levy, which represents a 3.5 percent increase over the 2013 final levy. The estimated levy would result in the District collecting an estimated $47.2 million in revenue, excluding the debt service levy.
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