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Board Briefs September 20, 2021

The September 20, 2021 Board of Education meeting was held in person at Washington Junior High School. The items below are meant to serve as highlights of the meeting. To view the complete Board of Education agenda, click here and the complete meeting video click here.

Student Behavior Through Equity Lens

Student Behavior Through An Equity Lens

The Naperville 203 administrative team reported on the district’s efforts to review student behavior through an equity lens at the BOE meeting. The district is working to promote a positive climate and culture through safe, welcoming & inclusive learning environments.



Merit Semifinalists

National Merit Scholarship Program Semifinalists

Fifty students from Naperville North and Central were recognized as semifinalists in the 67th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.



IT Plan

Informational Technology (IT) Improvement Plan

The Board of Education voted to approve Naperville 203’s Informational Technology Improvement Plan, which identifies and tracks large capital expenditures needed to support District operations, systems and learning.



Media Literacy

Good News: Central Grad Helps Pass Bill To Amend Illinois School Code

Braden Hajer, a 2021 Naperville Central graduate, drafted, advocated for, and helped pass a bill that requires every public high school’s curriculum to include a unit of instruction on media literacy.



The next Naperville 203 Board of Education meeting will be held on Monday, October 4, 2021, at 7:00 p.m. The 2021-2022 Board of Education meetings will be held at Washington Junior High School located at 201 North Washington Street, Naperville.