District 58 is committed to providing high-quality education in a fiscally responsible manner. This commitment has earned District 58 the State’s highest financial rating, “Financial Recognition,” for 20 straight years. In addition, District 58’s Board of Education (pictured here) recently earned the 2022 School Board Governance Recognition from the Illinois Association of School Boards, an honor that less than 4% of Illinois school boards earned. This recognition is given to school boards that model behaviors that lead to excellence in local school governance in support of quality public education.
District 58 often receives questions about its finances. During the week of Oct. 3, we will share one short, easy-to-understand finance topic each day that we hope will help inform our community about District 58's current finances. Please see a preview of topics below. As each topic is published, we will post the link.
Part 1: High-Quality Education on a Limited Budget
Part 2: Factors that Affect District 58's Spending
Part 3: A Commitment to Fiscal Responsibility: Recent Updates
Part 4: Longfellow Sale and Village Partnership
Part 5: Facility Referendum
To view an overview of District 58 finance facts, please see page 8 of District 58’s 2022 Annual Report.