Glenbard High School District 87 is committed to maintaining an open and honest relationship with its stakeholders. As part of that commitment, this page was created to condense key documents and information into one place to make it easier to find important information about District 87.
For more information, contact Peg Mannion, District 87 Community Relations Coordinator, at 630-469-9100 Ext. 5124 or [email protected].
Do you have a question or comment about Glenbard District 87 school business to be forwarded to the Board of Education? Click here
Requests should be sent to one of the above individuals at:
Glenbard High School District #87
596 Crescent Boulevard
Glen Ellyn, Illinois 60137
Only current/active notices will be posted.
Glenbard School District 87, the Board of Education, and/or administrators or staff are members
(or have been members in the last five years) of the following professional organizations that may or may not do lobbying:
Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
Government Finance Officers Association
Illinois Association of School Administrators
Illinois Association of School Boards
Illinois Alliance of Administrators of Special Education
Illinois Principals Association
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Legislative Education Network of DuPage (LEND)
Name, Role, Training – Date
Robert Friend, Parliamentarian, Open Meetings Act Training – 03/06/12, Professional Development Training and PERA Training (IASB) – 11/23/13
Kermit Eby, Open Meetings Act Training – 05/07/21
Margaret DeLaRosa, Vice President, Open Meetings Act Training, Professional Development Training and PERA Training (IASB) – 06/05/15
Martha Mueller, Open Meetings Act Training – 07/29/15, Professional Development Training and PERA Training (IASB) – 11/20/15
Mireya Vera, Open Meetings Act Training – 09/09/13, Professional Development Training and PERA Training (IASB) – 08/03/20
11. STUDENT DATA AND PRIVACY
Glenbard is committed to protecting the information security and privacy of students in accordance with the Student Online Personal Protection Act (SOPPA). The Student Online Privacy Protection Act is the data privacy law that regulates student data collection and use by schools, the Illinois State Board of Education and education technology vendors.
The Student Online Privacy Protection Act requires all Illinois public schools provide additional guarantees that educational vendors (for example, Schoology, PowerSchool, etc.) not use student information collected through digital platforms for their own benefit. Linked here is a public viewing page detailing the list of partnership agreements Glenbard has with vendors.
12. AMERICAN RESCUE PLANS (ARP) AND ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOL EMERGENCY RELIEF FUND (ESSER III FUND)
Resources Supporting Safe Return to School
596 Crescent Blvd
Glen Ellyn, IL 60137