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Introduction

Elmhurst Community Unit School District 205 is governed by a group of seven elected officials, referred to as the Board of Education. Each member is elected to serve four consecutive years and is eligible for an unlimited number of terms.


The Board is responsible for ensuring a high-quality education for the students of the district. They accomplish this by holding the superintendent and administration accountable for student success; developing effective policies that support the district’s vision and mission; approving expenditures and planning for financial stability; adopting new initiatives that move the district forward; and representing the voice of the community served by District 205.


The Board of Education maintains a comprehensive policy manual that defines the district perspective on various educational issues. Administrative procedures are then derived from policy, ensuring consistency in the operations of the district.


Policies are continuously reviewed in an effort to maintain relevance, compliance with school laws, and operational efficiency.

For a downloadable version of the Board of Education brochure, which provides details on accessing meeting materials and providing community input, please click here.

Communicating Concerns

At every open meeting or hearing, the Board allows any member of the public to provide comments. Citizens who wish to speak must sign the speaker’s roster prior to the start of the public comments ...more

Community Input

The Board welcomes input from the school community and offers numerous opportunities to provide feedback. You may contact any individual board member by email, address or phone and may write to the ...more

Online Materials

Board agendas, meeting minutes, schedules and supporting materials are available on the district website. All Board meetings are paperless, with all public documents posted online the Friday prior to ...more

Meetings

Workshop and business meetings are open to the public and citizens are encouraged to attend. Meetings are generally held twice a month, on the second and fourth Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. A complete ...more