Glenview District 34 will have four seats for the Board of Education on the ballot in the April 2023 consolidated election. To be eligible to serve as a school board member, as of the date of election, a candidate must be:
- A United States citizen;
- A resident of the state of Illinois and the school district for at least one year preceding election;
- At least 18 years of age;
- A registered voter; and
- Not a school trustee.
To become a school board candidate, one must:
- File a Statement of Economic Interests with the Cook County Clerk and obtain a receipt; these forms are available from the county clerk.
- Obtain and complete a nominating petition signed by at least 50 registered voters or 10% of the voters, whichever is less, and a Statement of Candidacy. The submitted petition will require a notarized signature of the petition circulator. Nominating petition forms and Statements of Candidacy are available from the county clerk or county board of election commissioners.
Find more information about elections, including critical deadlines, on the Cook County Clerk’s Office website.
The Role of a Board Member
On October 10, 2022, the District held a virtual information session for those interested in holding a seat on the District 34 Board of Education. If you couldn't attend live, you can watch the recording below, and view the presentation slides,
Find a detailed timeline and more specific information from the Illinois Association of School Boards.