Share the Success Panels

Twenty-eight panels have been selected from proposals submitted by school districts and related education organizations for presentation at the 2019 Joint Annual Conference.

A volunteer committee of school board members from throughout the state reviewed the winning proposals for hour-long “Share the Success” presentations set for November 22-24 in Chicago.

Presenting entities and chosen panels are:

  • River Trails SD 26 – Instruction and Finance as Partners, Budgeting for Achievement
  • O’Fallon CCSD 90, O’Fallon THSD 203, Central SD 104, Shiloh Village SD 85 – Board Academy
  • Elmhurst CUSD 205 – Engaging Your Community with What Matters Most
  • Belvidere CUSD 100 – Wellness for All: The Family Doctor is Back
  • Oak Grove SD 68/Green Oaks – Renovating Older Buildings: A Blueprint for Success
  • CHSD 230 – Educator Employment Pipelines through Creative Partnerships
  • Streator THSD 40 – Creating and Sustaining an Educational Foundation
  • Deerfield SD 109 – Closing the “Knowing-Doing” Gap
  • Western Illinois University, North Greene USD 3, La Grange Highlands SD 106, Macomb CUSD 185 – Working With Board Values, Bias, and Generational Differences
  • Evergreen Park ESD 124 – Strategic Communication: Take Control of Your Own Story
  • Northern Illinois University, Genoa-Kingston CUSD 424, ISBE – Illinois Report Card 2019: New Data to Drive Success
  • Lemont-Bromberek SD 113A – From Crisis to Comeback: A School Board’s Turnaround
  • Woodridge SD 68 – PBIS: Improving Learning through Creativity and Celebration
  • Fenton CHSD 100 – Advanced Placement District of the Year
  • Genoa-Kingston CUSD 424, Northern Illinois University – Planning for Success through a Strategic Planning Process
  • Wheaton Warrenville CUSD 200, Lockport THSD 205, and the Robert Crown Center for Health Education – Vaping, Marijuana, Opioids: Prevention through Knowledge
  • Association of Illinois Rural and Small Schools, Cobden CUSD 17, Abingdon-Avon CUSD 276, Macomb CUSD 185 – Rural Schools in the Crosshairs
  • Bunker Hill CUSD 8 – Innovation and Inquiry Experiences in Classrooms of the 21st Century
  • Oregon CUSD 220 – #SocEnt: How Social Entrepreneurship is Changing Schools
  • Flossmoor SD 161, Harvard CUSD 50 – Starting Fresh: Effectively On-Boarding a New Superintendent
  • North Palos SD 117 – Transforming an Old Building after a Failed Referendum
  • Indian Prairie CUSD 204 – Is Your Board Working as a Team? Try Governance
  • Yorkville CUSD 115 – From Balcony to Dance Floor: It Takes Two to Tango
  • Lindop SD 92 – Need and Numbers: Board Policies for Equity and Accountability
  • West Prairie SD 103, Macomb CUSD 185, Farnsworth Group – Bring Your Community to the Arena; Cheap Seats Not Allowed
  • Huntley Community SD 158 – Going Green, Saving Green: Energy Efficiency Maximizes Money
  • Barrington CUSD 220, DLR Group, Pepper Construction – Educational Facilities Master Planning for the Future
  • Manteno CUSD 5 – The Art of Painless Negotiating

A full description of all Conference panels and other programing will be available in the Conference Preview posted in September.