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CCSD59 strives to create and maintain open, two-way communications both internally and externally to foster collaboration, trust, and understanding in an effort to move all stakeholders to advocacy of student success.

View our Brand Guide View our Communications Strategy


As part of this effort, the district engages in methods to more effectively communicate with our students, parents, staff, and community. We actively utilize social media, and send out regular email newsletters to keep you informed about what is taking place across the district.

news-annoucement

The mission of CCSD59 is “preparing students to be successful for life.” We are committed to our mission, and this is expressed through the district’s brand identity. The logo has been created with three primary elements: an academic torch, a path, and a shield.


Academic Torch: CCSD59 has a rich tradition of excellence in the education we provide to our students. The academic torch is a visual representation of tradition and excellence. The torch also represents lighting the way for our students and their future, igniting a passion for learning, and our staff passing the torch of learning to their students.

Path: Embedded in the center of the torch is a pathway. Our district is preparing students to be successful for life, and this journey is represented visually by the path. Whatever path our students choose in life, we will help guide them on that journey and prepare them for success.

Shield: The shield shape encapsulating the torch and path presents a visual element often used in traditional academic logos. While our district embraces continual improvement and moving forward to face the future, we do understand and embrace the district’s long standing tradition of success.

We look forward to providing you greater opportunities to connect and communicate with our district through our ongoing efforts to create a highly functional, two-way communications system.

CCSD59 strives to create and maintain open, two-way communications both internally and externally to foster collaboration, trust, and understanding in an effort to move all stakeholders to advocacy of student success.

View our Brand Guide View our Communications Strategy


As part of this effort, the district engages in methods to more effectively communicate with our students, parents, staff, and community. We actively utilize social media, and send out regular email newsletters to keep you informed about what is taking place across the district.

news-annoucement

The mission of CCSD59 is “preparing students to be successful for life.” We are committed to our mission, and this is expressed through the district’s brand identity. The logo has been created with three primary elements: an academic torch, a path, and a shield.


Academic Torch: CCSD59 has a rich tradition of excellence in the education we provide to our students. The academic torch is a visual representation of tradition and excellence. The torch also represents lighting the way for our students and their future, igniting a passion for learning, and our staff passing the torch of learning to their students.

Path: Embedded in the center of the torch is a pathway. Our district is preparing students to be successful for life, and this journey is represented visually by the path. Whatever path our students choose in life, we will help guide them on that journey and prepare them for success.

Shield: The shield shape encapsulating the torch and path presents a visual element often used in traditional academic logos. While our district embraces continual improvement and moving forward to face the future, we do understand and embrace the district’s long standing tradition of success.

We look forward to providing you greater opportunities to connect and communicate with our district through our ongoing efforts to create a highly functional, two-way communications system.(need es)

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