Virtual Backpack - vB203

Virtual Backpack logo vB203, or Virtual Backpack for District 203, is our "eco-friendly" approach to distributing information that supports the school district's education goals and mission submitted for consideration from non-profit organizations and intergovernmental agencies.

Rather than sending flyers via backpack (which previously only took place at the elementary level), we are now posting approved information on this "virtual backpack" web page. It is estimated that this saves nearly 2,000 hours per year in labor, as well as conserves natural resources.

During the school year, regular notices are sent to all Talk203 participants reminding them that flyer information is posted online. Those wishing to submit information to be posted must do so by emailing a completed vB203 Flyer Request Form and sending a PDF of the requested posting to District 203's Administrative Center, in care of Jen Hannon (, at least 10 days in advance of the desired posting date.

Prior to submitting, please review the distribution guidelines carefully. Approval of materials is at the sole discretion of District 203 administration; please be advised that we have very specific guidelines governing the distribution of materials through our communication systems. Requesting organizations must be located within District 203 boundaries.

Materials posted on this page are the responsibility of the organization represented, and endorsement by District 203 is neither direct nor implied.
The following disclaimer MUST be included on each flyer: "The distribution of this information and materials through the school district does not imply District 203 endorsement." 

Flyers regarding parent-only programs and information are listed lower down on the page. A section for Summer Programs is at the bottom of the list.

Info is about students in grade level:
Programs for students
Who should attend this activity:
Posted through:
 Posted the week of 1/16/17       
6-10Spring Break Junior Internship
1-12Fine and Performing Arts Upcoming Performances at North Central College
Students, Parents3/31/17
EC-12Speaking of History at Naper Settlement
Students, Parents2/20/17
K-8NNHS Cheerleading Clinic
 Posted the week of 1/9/17       
9-12Soccer Tournament Fundraiser
EC-5   Naperville Winter Festival
Students, Parents2/20/17
 Posted the week of 1/2/17      
3-5Young Naperville Singers- Diva Night
EC-12In-volved at Naper Settlement
Students, Parents2/3/17
 Posted the week of 12/12/16         
7-11Technology Center of DuPage Open House
Students   1/20/17
EC-12Free English and Citizenship Classes
Students, Parents2/7/17
6-12The Center for Gifted- Project '17
 Posted the week of 12/5/16        
6-12Sixth Annual Dodgin' 4 Lou Gehrig's Dodgeball Tournament
Students, Parents1/31/17
K-12North Central College 21st Annual International Festival
EC-8Little Arrowettes Winter Clinic
K-8Fox Valley Lacrosse Club
 Posted the week of 11/28/16       
6-12Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana
 Posted the week of 11/21/16      
9-12Business INCubator
 Posted the week of 10/24/16      
9-12Business INCubator
 Posted the week of 10/10/16    
55th Grade TNT
 Posted the week of 10/3/16       
K-12Digital Footprint Video Contest
 Posted the week of 9/26/16      
EC-12Family Performances At the Mac
Students, Parents5/7/17
K-4Rush-Copley Midwest Youth Team Tennis
   Programs for parents
 NCHS Parent Program: Teen Anxiety and Depression
 Strengths Based Parenting
 Pink Brain, Blue Brain: How Small Differences Grow Into Troublesome Gaps
 ParentsMatterToo- A Father's Journey Through His Son's Addiction
 NCHS Student Services Parent Programs
 Naperville Police Department Lock It or Lose It

Is your Family on the Accidental Road to Addiction
Info is about students in grade levels:Summer Programs for StudentsWho should attend this activity:Posted through:
K-5Kid Innovation College
3-1215th Annual OPUS Summer Music Camp