Board of Education: Sept. 14 meeting preview

Board of Education: Sept. 14 meeting preview

The District 58 Board of Education will hold a Regular Board Meeting on Monday, September 14 at 7 p.m. at Herrick Middle School, 4435 Middaugh Ave. Under Governor Pritzker’s guidelines for Phase 4, a limited number of seats will be available for the public to attend the meeting in person. The public is strongly encouraged to participate in the meeting remotely. 

The meeting agenda covers many topics, including:

  • A presentation from the DuPage Regional Office of Education regarding educational equity in District 58.
  • A presentation on the Return to School Framework from the DuPage County Health Department.
  • The appointment of a delegate and alternate to the Illinois Association of School Boards’ Delegate Assembly.

To view all Board meeting topics, view the agenda. Please note that moving forward there will be a standing action item on the Board agenda titled, “Potential Board Action Regarding Return to Learn Plan 2020-21.” The reason for this agenda item is because conditions and/or guidance regarding reopening schools and learning scenarios could change at any moment. The Board of Education may need to amend a portion or all of the plan in response should conditions and/or guidance change.

How to view the meeting:

The State recently enacted legislation that amended provisions to the Open Meetings Act. Public Act 101-640 allows school boards to hold meetings virtually during a disaster proclamation such as that due to COVID-19.

The public may view the meeting via a live stream on the District 58’s YouTube page at After the meeting has concluded, this live stream will be saved on District 58’s YouTube channel and shared on the District 58 website.  

For those who choose to attend the meeting in person, seating for visitors will be limited to 25 on a first come, first served basis. Social distancing must be adhered to and all visitors must wear a mask. The doors will open at 6:45 p.m.

How to make a public comment during the meeting if you do not attend in person:

The Board encourages public comment from the community. To make a remote public comment, please call 630-743-4085 and record your comment. Comments must be recorded between 6 p.m. and the beginning of the Public Comment portion of the meeting on Sept. 14. Recorded public comments will be played during the meeting. Members of the public may communicate with the Board at any time by emailing

View more information about these and all Board meeting topics in the Board agenda at