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  • Marc Infante Appointed Nelson Assistant Principal

    Posted by Janet Bishop at 8/3/2017

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    At its meeting on August 3, the East Maine District 63 Board of Education approved the appointment of Marc Infante as Nelson Assistant Principal. He comes to D63 from Hawthorn Community Consolidated School District 73, where he served as a 5th Grade Teacher for Townline Elementary School for five years. Previous experience includes two years as an ELL Teacher in Forest Ridge School District 142's Lee R. Foster Elementary School. 

    Mr. Infante holds a BA in Spanish from the University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign and MAs in the art of teaching and Illinois principal preparation from Concordia University.

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  • K-8th Graders Head Back to D63 on August 16

    Posted by Janet Bishop at 8/1/2017 2:00:00 PM

    welcome back

    On August 16 more than 3,600 students will come through the doors of our seven D63 schools -- followed by our First Step preschoolers on August 17. We're excited to welcome them all! Next week, our teaching team will be busy preparing for the big day -- because D63 is committed to providing all students with the opportunities they need to succeed!

    What's new this year? Here are few highlights:

    We wish all of our families a fabulous first day and a fabulous year - as all of us here at D63 pursue Success Without Boundaries!

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Building For Success: The Facilities Master Plan

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    In 2017, District 63 is kicking off a facilities master plan to address several long-term space-related challenges. Ultimately, these changes will enable the District to better serve its families and the community.  Learn more about the plan, costs, and timeline.

Now Hiring Substitute Teachers & Teacher Assistants

  • Enjoy working with children? District 63 is hiring substitute teachers and teacher assistants. Substitutes must hold a bachelor’s degree or higher from a regionally-accredited institution of higher education. Teacher assistant candidates must have appropriate licensing; positions are full time during the school year. Apply online.

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