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District Safety Letter to Community

The tragic news out of Parkland, Florida, and the news of violence that came before it, has heightened concerns related to school safety across the country and here in District 230. The School Board, administration and staff are dedicated to the safety and well-being of the students we serve. We believe it is important to take a moment to share with families and our community some points related to this very important topic. ...Read More


Sandburg Pride Newsletter February 2018

Sandburg Pride Newsletter February 2018 ...Read More


Tyrrell named Sandburg High School Principal

Tyrrell named Sandburg High School Principal ...Read More


Sandburg Pride Newsletter January 2018

Sandburg Pride Newsletter January 2018 ...Read More


Sandburg Pride Newsletter December 2017

Sandburg Pride Newsletter December 2017 ...Read More


Weather communication procedures - text messaging available

Below is information for families about weather-related communication procedures. This message is to outline communication procedures and is NOT notification of a weather-related decision. ...Read More


Message from Principal

An opinion page written by two students attempting to use an alternative format and humor to raise awareness about cultural differences that appeared in the November 9th edition of The Aquila student newspaper has raised concerns from some students who have brought their thoughts forward to the administration today. ...Read More


Gonzales named among Top 30 Ed Tech Leaders

The Center for Digital Education (CDE) today announced its 2017 Top 30 Technologists, Transformers and Trailblazers – 30 education and technology leaders across America who are transforming the education landscape through the use of digital tools. Consolidated High School District 230 Director of Curriculum and Instruction Dr. Stacey Gonzales is among the Top 30 Education Technology Leaders on the list. ...Read More


Sandburg alumni return as staff

Throughout the years, there have been many District 230 alumni that come back to continue to contribute to the schools legacy as faculty. Whether they came back to coach, teach or mentor, they all strive to make an impact on the students, other faculty and the community as well. The love for their school and the community has only become stronger since they graduated from District 230. Many express that the impact that the school and faculty had on them, inspired them to come back. ...Read More

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