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Lincolnshire-Prairie View School District 103 is joining communities throughout the state to say “thank you” to local school board members. November 15th is officially designated each year as School Board Members Day in Illinois to honor these public servants for their contributions to our public schools.
“The decisions our school board members make impact so many aspects of our daily lives that we often overlook the invaluable service they provide which allows our learning community to grow and thrive,” says Dr. Scott Warren, District 103 Superintendent. “They are truly the leaders helping to shape our community and future generations.”
“School Board members give of their personal and family time because they understand the importance of local governance in our educational system. They take the lead on the challenges that effect not only our schools and students, but the entire District 103 community,” adds Dr. Warren. “On November 15th, we recognize their commitment to the district, the students, and the people of the communities we serve. District 103 sincerely appreciates the dedicated service of these volunteers!”
District 103 will honor its school board members at the Board of Education meeting on November 14, 2017, 7:00 p.m. at Daniel Wright Junior High School.
- Gary Gordon, Board President, Board Member since 2007
- Anne van Gerven, Board Vice President, Board Member since 2013
- Christopher Curtis, Board Member since 2007
- Malathy Dwaraknath, Board Member since 2015
- Marissa Grossenbach, Board Member since 2017
- Kate Harper, Board Member since 2013
- Liang Yang, Board Member since 2017
We would also like to thank Mr. Gordon for his 10+ years of service and dedication to the students, staff and community of District 103. His recent letter of resignation has an effective last date of service for December 19, 2017, and at the Board meeting that night, a short reception will be held in his honor.