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Participate in the CASE advocacy effort to improve the content of the D202 Board Goals for 2015-2020

Monday, October 26th at 7:30 pm
ETHS Room N112

The ETHS School Board and Administration is currently working to update the District goals for 2015-2020. CASE is meeting with community partners to get their input regarding content for these goals that will directly address the measures of success of students with special needs at ETHS.  The District goals help guide resource allocation and identify areas of focus in the District's planning efforts.

To view a copy of the current board goals, click HERE

The CASE Board sent a letter to the D202 Board and Administration on October 20th outlining our concerns and overall perspective on the experience of students with special needs as they navigate their education at ETHS. We hope that this input will encourage them to keep these students in mind as they develop new goals and metrics for the coming five year period.

The CASE Board, parents and community partners will be speaking at the D202 Board meeting on October 26th to comment more specifically about goals, targets and measures that would provide the focus necessary to ensure successful post-high school outcomes for our students.

To read the letter, click HERE

We invite you to attend the meeting in order to speak about your experiences and concerns, to comment about the current District goals, and/or to be in the audience to support this important advocacy effort. 

If you intend to speak at the meeting, contact us for more information on the procedure at  We will keep you informed of further developments.

Thank you for your support and participation.

Warm regards,

Cari Levin, LCSW
Founding Director, Evanston CASE