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District 59 Education FoundationLa fundación de educación del Distrito 59

Our Mission

The District 59 Education Foundation is an independent, nonprofit organization.

Our mission is to enhance the quality of education and increase community involvement by fostering partnerships that support excellence and innovation in Community Consolidated School District 59.


Our Vision

The vision of the District 59 Education Foundation is to foster excellence in education by soliciting donations of time, money, or gifts in kind to underwrite the cost of innovative and enhanced programming for our children. Opportunities for educational enhancement are identified through ongoing communication with District 59 staff, families, and community members.

The Foundation articulates the needs of the schools to the community. It also builds relationships to provide mutual support between the district’s schools, and the businesses, nonprofit organizations, and residents of District 59.

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Board of Directors

  • Ray Hardke – President
  • James Christie – Treasurer
  • Sharon Lansdown – Secretary
  • Dr. Art Fessler – CCSD59 Superintendent
  • Marlene Pasdo
  • Jennifer Randolph
  • Andy Kidwell
  • Jessica Martinsen
  • Chris DiGangi
  • Jayne Wilkins-Scott
  • Karen Osmanski – BOE Representative
  • Eydie Cohen – Advisor
  • Ben Grey – Advisor

NUESTRA MISIÓN

La Fundación de Educación del Distrito 59 es una organización independiente sin fines de lucro.

Nuestra misión es mejorar la calidad de la educación y aumentar la participación de la comunidad mediante el fomento de asociaciones que apoyan la excelencia y la innovación en Community Consolidated School District 59.


NUESTRA VISIÓN

La visión de la Fundación de Educación del Distrito 59 es fomentar la excelencia en la educación al solicitar donaciones de tiempo, dinero o regalos en especie para financiar el costo de programas innovadores y mejorados para nuestros niños. Las oportunidades de mejora educativa se identifican a través de una comunicación continua con el personal del Distrito 59, las familias y los miembros de la comunidad.

La Fundación articula las necesidades de las escuelas con la comunidad. También crea relaciones para proveer apoyo mutuo entre las escuelas del distrito, y las empresas, organizaciones sin fines de lucro y residentes del Distrito 59.

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JUNTA DIRECTIVA

  • Ray Hardke – Presidente
  • James Christie – Tesorero
  • Sharon Lansdown – Secretaria
  • Dr. Art Fessler – Superintendente del CCSD59
  • Marlene Pasdo
  • Jennifer Randolph
  • Andy Kidwell
  • Jessica Martinsen
  • Chris DiGangi
  • Jayne Wilkins-Scott
  • Karen Osmanski – Representante de BOE
  • Eydie Cohen – Asesora
  • Ben Grey – Aseso
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