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Community Consolidated School District 59 strives for high student achievement believing that all students are unique individuals with their own needs and attitudes.

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To improve high student achievement and lifelong learning, we will embrace continuous improvement in a safe and nurturing environment that promotes “keeping learning first.”

District 59 Believes in Lifelong Learning


If you are selected as an employee of District 59, the following documents are a requirement prior to your first day of employment with *NO EXCEPTIONS*:

  1. SOCIAL SECURITY CARD/RESIDENT ALIEN CARD
  2. DRIVERS LICENSE OR STATE ID

SOCIAL SECURITY CARD INFORMATION

Nearest location that provides Social Security Card services:

Social Security Office
705 N. Wheeling Road
Mt. Prospect, IL 60056
Phone: 800.772.1213
Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

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