All District 54 School Board members can be reached by calling (847) 357-5036.
The Board of Education for Schaumburg Community Consolidated School District 54 holds its regular meetings at 7 p.m. on the following dates in the Board Room of the Rafferty Administration Center, 524 E. Schaumburg Road, Schaumburg, Illinois. Individuals are invited to attend the meeting in person or watch the live broadcast. Links to the live broadcast will be published the week of the meeting below.
Upcoming Meeting Dates
- March 14, 2024
- April 11, 2024
- May 16, 2024
- June 13, 2024
Detailed agendas and minutes from board meetings are available on our BoardDocs site.
Public Participation at Board Meetings
Notification of any changes or additions to these meeting times, dates or locations will be provided as required under the Open Meetings Act. For further information about Board of Education meetings, please call (847) 357-5036.
Citizens are invited to attend District 54 board meetings and to express their views on subjects related to the operation of the school system. Public schools have historically been guided and maintained through local control. In keeping with this tradition, the School Board actively seeks the advice and counsel of citizens. The School Board provides time at its regular meetings for citizens to express interest in and concerns about District 54 schools. As a taxpayer, you are part owner in the public school system.
Matters concerning an individual school should be discussed first with the principal at the school. If the problem cannot be resolved at the school, it should be brought to the attention of Superintendent Andrew DuRoss.
One of the roles of the District 54 Board of Education is the implementation and review of policies. The Board Policy Committee meets to review existing policies and consider new policies. Any recommendations are brought to the entire School Board for a first reading, and then to a second meeting for final approval. The District 54 Board Policy Manual is available on our BoardDocs website.
All Illinois school board members must receive training in the Open Meetings Act (5 ILCS 120/1.05) and professional development leadership training (105 ILCS 5/10-16a). The professional development leadership training includes education and labor law, financial oversight and accountability, and fiduciary responsibilities. All seven District 54 board members have completed this training.
One of the goals of the Board of Education is to recognize the accomplishments of all members of our school community: students, staff, volunteers, parents, former students and community members. In order to meet this goal, we want to hear from you! If you know someone you believe should be recognized by the Board of Education, please let us know. You do not have to be an employee to recommend someone for this recognition or to receive recognition.