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Education Resources

District 41 has fantastic educational programs and resources. Please contact the below organizations directly for more details on their services, and feel free to contact us if we can help you navigate any of these resources.

If you know of any other resources we should add, please let us know by contacting us at info@repyangrohr.com.

Community Unit School District 200

This school district serves Wheaton and Warrenville. You can visit their website here to learn more about the services they offer: www.cusd200.org

Indian Prairie School District 204

This school district serves portions of Naperville, Aurora, Bolingbrook and Plainfield. You can visit their website here to learn more about the services they offer: www.ipsd.org

College of Dupage

COD is a local community college that offers many wonderful programs. You can study for your GED, earn a technical certificate, earn some credits to transfer to a four-year institution, or take classes for your own education and enjoyment. Visit their website to learn more: www.cod.edu

Illinois Early Intervention Program

The Illinois Early Intervention Program is for families who believe their child under 3 may have a delay in development. For more information, visit their website or this guide for parents

DuPage County's office website: www.dayonepact.org

Will County's office website: www.svcincofil.org/?page_id=543

Community Unit School District 203

This school district primarily serves Naperville. You can visit their website here to learn more about the services they offer: www.naperville203.org

Valley View School District 365

This school district serves Bolingbrook, Romeoville, and parts of Plainfield, Lockport, and Downers Grove. You can visit their website here to learn more about the services they offer: www.vvsd.org

Illinois State Board of Education

The Illinois State Board of Education's website (www.isbe.net) offers a variety of resources for families, students, teachers, and administrators. Some notable resources include anti-bias and anti-hate resources and resources for multilingual families.

Education-related Legislative Highlights

Legislation from 41st District

2023

  • HB1378 iGROW Illinois Program

  • HB1385 Appropriates $5,000,000 for electric school bus grants

  • HB2550 Telehealth for out-of-state university students in Illinois

  • HB3522 Offers college credit for Global Scholar Certification

  • HB3523 School district treasurer bonds

  • HB3559 Rapid entry protocol into schools for emergencies

  • HB3924 Fentanyl education in schools

  • HB3932 Allergy safety education in schools

  • SB2340 Extended arms for school buses

2021-2022

  • HB1167 Wage and benefit protections for school workers​

  • HB1778 Student ID Suicide Prevention Information

  • HB3774 PTELL - School Districts

  • HB4261 Dolostone as state rock

  • HB5472 Re-employing retired teachers to address substitute teacher shortage

  • SB1143 Budget Omnibus, including doubling of Educators’ Tax Credit to $500

Legislation Passed Into Law

To view the legislative highlights of a specific year, please click on the associated year below.

  • HB1633 Includes Native American history in school curriculum

  • HB2156 Includes the Safe2Help Illinois helpline on student ID cards

  • HB2396 Creates full-day kindergarten by 2027

  • HB2471 Creates the optional Healthy School Meals for All Program

  • HB2789 Protects public libraries from book banning

  • HB3690 Training for teachers, administrators, and school support personnel

  • SB2243 Statewide literacy plan development

  • SB0250 Budget

    • $250 million for Smart Start Illinois to increase investment in early childhood education

    • $350 million for evidence-based funding for k-12

    • $45 million for Teacher Vacancy Grant Pilot Programs

    • $100 million for MAP grants

    • $8.3 million for dual-credit and non-credit workforce grant programs

    • $3.8 million for the Minority Teacher Scholarship program

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