Board of Education News

Improvements to be made this summer

New plan guides D64 to 2026

The Board of Education on March 11 approved a new contract for Superintendent Eric Olso...

While costs to run District 64 have risen, student fees will not increase in District 6...

The District 64 Board of Education approved the lowest responsible bid of $100,600 from...

School Board members agreed to purchase new Chromebooks for next school year’s se...

The District 64 administration on Thursday presented to the School Board an enrollment ...

For the ninth consecutive year, District 64’s audit showed no internal control we...

The District 64 School Board on Thursday approved the proposed extension of the Quest F...

The District 64 School Board Thursday voted to enter into a three-month contract with O...

Sub teachers get pay hike

January 15, 2021

The District 64 Board of Education on Thursday agreed to raise its in-person substitute...

The District 64 Board of Education on Thursday adopted its 2021-22 calendar which inclu...

School Board approves tax levy

December 11, 2020

The District 64 School Board on Thursday approved its 2020 tax levy for $73.45 million,...

Action addresses need for substitutes

Tentative Tax Levy adopted

October 9, 2020

The District 64 Board of Education adopted its 2020 tentative estimated property tax le...

Board adopts 2020-21 budget

September 14, 2020

Revenues exceed expenditures by $2.4 million

Budget process part of School Board’s regular monthly meeting

Plan offers remote and hybrid in-class options

Remote learning, technology needs also addressed

Middle school winners honored during Board meeting

D64 adding student computers

District 64 expanding 1:1 Digital Learning

Structured Learning Program begins in fall

Positions filled at Field, Emerson schools