Welcome to Vision 202: Ch 2
Join the Vision 202 at the Next Community Engagement Session on April 27th
Vision 202 began in January 2015 with an overall look at our school district and a collaborative conversation about our community’s hopes and dreams for Lisle 202 students. These important conversations influenced a number of district initiatives and programs including:
- New Elementary School to replace Tate Woods and Schiesher Elementary Schools
- Implemented Full-Day Kindergarten
- Expanded Program Opportunities such as Additional AP Course Offerings
- Implemented 1:1 Technology Access
- Increased STEM-Related Curriculum
- Low class sizes
- Expanded Parent University Opportunities
- Additional Security Improvements
- Continued Fiscally Responsible Practices
Come for the Vision 202 Conversation, Stay for a Preview of the Elementary School Conceptual Design
Previous Vision 202 conversations also identified communication as an area in which opportunities for improvement may exist. With that in mind, this year we will once again ask our community for ideas, this time to assist in creating a District Communications Plan. We need your input to identify useful methods to increase dialogue throughout the school year with our constituents including parents, staff, and community members.
Following the Vision 202 conversation, we invite you to stay for a preview of the current conceptual design for the new elementary school. The architects have considered feedback gathered from stakeholder groups over the past several months, as well as last year’s Vision 202 recommendations, to create a floor plan and site plan for our new building. We are excited to share the progress we’ve made and the next steps of the facility construction process.
Please join the conversation on April 27th at 7pm! We look forward to talking with you!
RSVP appreciated, but not required at: http://bit.ly/vision202rsvp
Free childcare provided. Please reserve your child’s spot at: http://bit.ly/vision202childcare