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School Safety Event; Town Hall Recording

In This Issue:

  • School Safety: Behind the Scenes Event

  • In Case You Missed It: Townhall Recording



Dear Friends, Heading into the holidays, I want to wish you and your families a Happy Thanksgiving! As so many of us prepare to gather with family and friends to break bread, reconnect, and take stock of our blessings, I’m incredibly thankful for the privilege of representing our community and working with so many colleagues and community members who are trying to make our world a better place for all of us. One area where I’ve seen a need for more peace of mind and information has been around school safety. That’s why on Monday, November 29, I’ll be hosting a School Safety: Behind the Scenes event. We’ll be joined by community partners from our local school districts, plus law enforcement and state’s attorney offices to learn how they work collaboratively for the safety of our community. We also recently held our district town hall, where we covered the legislative and constituent services highlights throughout the past year. The recording is available on Facebook Live (no need for a Facebook account to watch it). As always, please never hesitate to reach out if there’s any way I or my office can be of service to you. Sincerely, Janet


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School Safety: Behind the Scenes Event In light of recent school safety scares, it’s more necessary than ever that our community has the most up-to-date information on safety procedures and resources available to our schools. On November 29, we’ll hear from local school leadership and law enforcement about how they approach school threats and work collaboratively to keep our schools and community safe.

School Safety: Behind the Scenes Monday, Nov 29 7:00 p.m. YouTube Live Stream

Guest panelists include:

  • Jason Ares - Naperville Chief of Police;

  • Tim Ogan - Naperville Police Commander;

  • Dan Bridges - Superintendent of Naperville 203 School District;

  • Lou Cammiso - D203 Director of Safety and Security;

  • Dr. Adrian Talley - Superintendent of Indian Prairie School District 204;

  • Mike Anders - D204 Safety, Security, and Emergency Preparedness Coordinator;

  • Robert Berlin - DuPage County State’s Attorney; and

  • James Glasgow - Will County State’s Attorney.

You can submit questions to the panelists beforehand and in real time here:


While registering is not required, you can sign up here to get reminders of the event, which will also be available afterwards via recording:




In Case You Missed It: Townhall Recording

On November 10, we held a town hall to review our district’s major objectives and key results from Springfield and our community’s constituent services office. You can view the town hall in its entirety on Facebook (no Facebook account is required to view):


I developed these objectives with your input, based on what you told me matters most to you. Below are some of the key results within each objective that I discussed in detail during the town hall. Please call or send me a note if there are other areas you think need more attention. You can alway find the current listing of past and present event via our district's website: www.RepYangRohr.com/events.




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