District 103 is committed to creating an environment where all are welcome. Our goal is for our facilities and technologies to be accessible to all students, staff, parents and visitors, in line with applicable law and in the spirit of service.
As part of this work, on Wednesday, April 18th our website is scheduled to introduce Audio Eye & the Ally toolbar as a Web Accessibility solution, helping end-users interact with our site in more accessible and more usable ways.
To learn more about the accessibility features of the Ally Toolbar, please visit www.audioeye.com.
For an overview of our communications, please click here.
The most up to date source for events and happenings in District 103 is our website. On the district and school home pages, our online calendars and news lists provide timely information about student accomplishments, activities, programs and events. The webpages serve as our "go-to" source, because we update the home pages frequently with news entries and post program/event flyers daily on the virtual backpack. By subscribing to our calendars and news posts, families are informed about the latest happenings at school and across the district!
We also reach out to parents by e-mail throughout the school year with a variety of important notices and announcements. Additionally, we publish weekly eNewsletters for the district and the schools, and we distribute them by e-mail.
At any time, parents and community members may either add or remove their e-mail addresses for receiving our communications. Simply send a request to Ask103@d103.org. Additional information about District 103 publications and social media sites is provided on the tabs below. Parents/Guardians who want their child's name or photo removed from District 103 electronic communications and webpages should complete the Media Participation Opt-Out Form (pdf).
For information and instructions about our Emergency Notifications, please click here.