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Niles Township High School District 219

Niles Township High School District 219 Niles Township High School District 219 is committed to providing an equitable learning environment that embraces diversity and individual student needs, while preparing students to achieve their full potential as part of our global community.

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D219 recognized for its 15 year partnership with the Niles Chamber of Commerce.  Dr. Steven Isoye presented with certifi...
01/30/2022

D219 recognized for its 15 year partnership with the Niles Chamber of Commerce. Dr. Steven Isoye presented with certificate by Chamber President, Patricia Knoll.

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12/17/2021

Timeline photos

Timeline photos
12/17/2021

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Niles North is looking for Tutors for the 2021-22 School Year.Job Description:  file:///C:/Users/samhus/Downloads/AvidTu...
12/10/2021

Niles North is looking for Tutors for the 2021-22 School Year.
Job Description: fil:///C:/Users/samhus/Downloads/AvidTutorDescription.pdf
Link to Apply: https://bit.ly/3EOzx0K

11/16/2021
D219 Superintendent Search – Community Input – Niles Township High Schools District 219

Please remember to hop onto one of the sessions (tonight & tomorrow)!
Your input is valuable.
Parents' sessions tonight @7pm & tomorrow @6pm.
Community members with non-school aged children, tonight @8pm
https://www.niles-hs.k12.il.us/announcements-d219//14737

Niles Township High School District 219 currently serves more than 4,600 students from Lincolnwood, Skokie, and parts of Morton Grove and Niles.

Please tune in for the Community Town Hall webinar TONIGHT at 7pm.We look forward to the start of the year with our stud...
08/04/2021
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Please tune in for the Community Town Hall webinar TONIGHT at 7pm.

We look forward to the start of the year with our students in full day, in-person learning. As you may know, the Illinois State Board of Education has all school districts statewide working to prepare for in-person learning this year.

We understand that there may be some questions about what the expectations are for students and staff as they enter the building on Wednesday, August 11. In order to help everyone understand our expectations in our school buildings, we are planning to have a webinar on Wednesday, August 4, at 7:00 PM. If you are unable to attend, the webinar will be recorded so you can reference it at a later time. We will also collect questions to help us produce a “frequently asked questions” document as a result of the webinar.

Here is the link to the webinar: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQljXf94GgHGVjpCOellGTA

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Meal pickup on Tuesday, August 3:  A 7-day kit will be handed out.
08/02/2021

Meal pickup on Tuesday, August 3: A 7-day kit will be handed out.

Photos from Representative Denyse Stoneback's post
07/09/2021

Photos from Representative Denyse Stoneback's post

https://chicago.suntimes.com/platform/amp/politics/2021/7/9/22570236/asian-american-history-illinois-public-school-curri...
07/09/2021
Pritzker signs law making Illinois ‘first state in the nation’ to require public schools to teach Asian American history

https://chicago.suntimes.com/platform/amp/politics/2021/7/9/22570236/asian-american-history-illinois-public-school-curriculum-elementary-high-school-students

The new law will require Illinois’ public elementary and high schools to teach students about Asian American history starting in 2022. "It’s a new standard that helps us understand one another, and ultimately to move ourselves closer to the nation of our ideals," Pritzker said.

A Star-Studded Roster: Meet The 12 Members Of The U.S. Olympic Women’s Basketball Team
06/21/2021
A Star-Studded Roster: Meet The 12 Members Of The U.S. Olympic Women’s Basketball Team

A Star-Studded Roster: Meet The 12 Members Of The U.S. Olympic Women’s Basketball Team

Just half of the 12-player roster for the U.S. Olympic women’s basketball team has previous Olympic experience, but that experience equals 15 gold medals. USA Basketball announced the experienced squad Monday morning on NBC’s TODAY show. Some of the most decorated stars of international basketba...

Juneteenth National Independence Day, a celebration designating the end of slavery in the United States, is a federal ho...
06/18/2021

Juneteenth National Independence Day, a celebration designating the end of slavery in the United States, is a federal holiday.

Pride Month is celebrated every year in June. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month (LGBT Pride Month) is c...
06/01/2021

Pride Month is celebrated every year in June. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month (LGBT Pride Month) is celebrated annually in June to honor the 1969 Stonewall riots, and works to achieve equal justice and equal opportunity for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) Americans.

05/31/2021
05/27/2021

Today we thank Bernadette Komenda of D219 for her service as an active Chamber Board Member and community volunteer. #chamberofcommerce #boardofmembers

Photos from Niles West High School's post
05/23/2021

Photos from Niles West High School's post

Photos from Niles West High School's post
05/23/2021

Photos from Niles West High School's post

05/23/2021
05/23/2021

Dance Marathon 2021

Congratulations, Class of 2021!
05/23/2021

Congratulations, Class of 2021!

05/19/2021

April Stallworth has been named D219’s new Director of Strategic Partnerships & Community Relations, effective immediately, and Milo Cejovic will become Niles West High School’s new Assistant Athletics Director, effective June 1. The Niles Township High School District 219 Board of Education approved both appointments at its May 18 special board meeting.

Stallworth will succeed Jim Szczepaniak and Cejovic will succeed Terri Laux, both of whom are retiring at the end of this school year.

Stallworth has served D219 as Executive Assistant to the Superintendent and Recording Secretary to the Board of Education since she joined the district in 2017. She serves as co-sponsor for Niles North Students Organized Against Racism (SOAR) and Student Government as well as a frequent visitor to the Muslim Student Association (MSA). She founded and co-facilitates WeLead, the leadership program for women administrators at D219. She also leads the HEART Program (which stands for Helping Empower Administrative support professionals through Resources & Training) for the district’s administrative support professionals.

Stallworth created the HEART Program when she served Waukegan Public Schools as Executive Team Assistant. She worked for the Waukegan schools from 2013 to 2017. The HEART Program won the American Society of Administrative Professionals (ASAP) 1st Annual Eureka Award in 2015. The award is presented to an administrative professional who has conceived and executed an initiative that produced a substantive and innovative contribution to the organization for which they work.

Stallworth is also the Founder and CEO of Strong Women Strong Lives (SWSL), which provides training, coaching and consulting services for nonprofit organizations, corporations, and educational institutions throughout the nation. Through her work at SWSL, she was approached by LinkedIn to become a Learning Instructor on their global training platform. She now has authored and created two popular courses for Administrative Support Professionals that have been viewed over 400K times.

Stallworth earned a Master of Arts in Management & Leadership from Liberty University, and she holds a Bachelor of Science in Management from Phoenix University.

Cejovic has served Niles West High School as the BAC Supervisor since 2017. He taught mathematics at Niles North during the 2016-17 school year, after serving as a math paraprofessional from 2011 to 2016. He is the head boys soccer coach and the girls head soccer coach at Niles West High School. He has also served as sponsor of the ACE Club, which focuses on student-athlete leadership.

Before coming to D219, Cejovic taught math at Proviso Township High School District 209. He earned a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from American College of Education as well as a Master’s in Secondary Education from National-Louis University. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from DePaul University

05/18/2021
Join our Cloud HD Video Meeting

The Niles Township High School District 219 Board of Education will hold a special board meeting on Tuesday, May 18, beginning at 7:30 p.m. Attached is the agenda as well as links to the public packet materials.

This meeting will be held with the physical presence of a quorum of the Board of Education at the D219 District Offices, 7700 Gross Point Road, Skokie, Illinois. However, members, teachers, staff, and the public may attend the meeting via Zoom. To join the meeting by phone, attendees may dial 312-626-6799. To join the meeting online, attendees should use Zoom Webinar ID: 87631608982 or click this link: https://d219.zoom.us/j/87631608982

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Skokie, IL
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I just want to inform that students from district 219 both HS are receiving emails from a teacher account with upsetting pictures and really bad comments.
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I am looking for Warren N. from the class of 1972. I found his high school class ring and would like to get it back to him. If anybody knows his whereabouts and could let him know I would really appreciate it.
With all of the concern over SROs at North and West, are there any plans to send a survey to the current students, families and teachers to get their opinions about it?
Officer Damon Nikolopoulos' public comment at the D219 board meeting: His comments start at 0:39:19, but at 0:42:24: “...For the record, if the majority of the District 219 school board sees no value in the SRO positions and believes that having Skokie Police officers at Niles West and Niles North facilitate a school to prison pipeline, then the board has the authority to terminate its agreement with the Village. Should the school board decide that they believe a Skokie Police officer is no longer needed in either school, there should be no reason for the police to respond to any D219 facility for any reason. The school staff could be trained to handle any and all situations...” Damon Nikolopoulos, Vice President Fraternal Order of Police