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At District 33, YOU CAN BE... Transformational, Innovative, Empowering, Inspirational, Student Centered, An Agent for Crossing Bridges, A Role Model,  The Difference in a Child's Life and a Key to Our Student's Future. 

Be a Leader in Education!!

Employment Opportunities  


  • Hold high expectations for our district comunity to ensure student growth, achievement and positive behaviors.
  • Build and cultivate trusting relationships within our district community.
  • Build two-way communication that is clear, accurate and transparent to build trust, responsibility and accountability.
  • Actively engage students, staff, families and the community to partner with one another to ensure each child's development.
  • Use valid data and information to guide core instruction, plan for interventions and promote enrichment/acceleration. 


West Chicago District 33 has developed a comprehensive program that is built around transitioning new certified staff into D33 and furthering professional growth. The mission of the New Staff Induction and Mentoring Program is to ensure that the practice of our educators promotes students to thrive academically, physically, socially and emotionally. 

The vision of West Chicago District 33 is to provide New Staff Induction and Mentoring Program that enhances student learning by promoting the personal and professional growth of our educators. This program will foster collegiality, encourage best practice and create a culture of support within a community of learners. 

New staff will begin the year with a 3-day New Staff Induction. These 3 days will focus on acclimating staff with District 33 while getting to know colleagues and mentors.  All activities through the program are aligned to our district goals and designed to improve instructional practices of teachers to help them successfully and seamlessly transition into D33.


The City of West Chicago is one of the most diverse communities in DuPage County with many community wide-events year round such as Picnic in the Park, Concert Series, Bloomingfest, Frosty Fest, Mexican Independe Day Parade and more. 

Our community schools provide each and every student with resources,  opportunities and support that make academic success possible and that create strong ties among families, students, schools and the community. 


West Chicago School District 33 offers many cultural opportunities for students to participate! 

  • Ballet Folklorico
  • Mariachi
  • Orchestra
  • Band
  • Choir
  • Basketball
  • Soccer
  • Track
  • Volleyball
  • Cross County
  • Softball
  • Wrestling
  • Cheerleading 


2019-2020 School Year: BA/Step 1 = $43,767; MA/Step 1 = $50,204; MA+32/Step 1 = $56,356

2020-2021 School Year: BA/Step 1 = $44,205; MA/Step 1 = $50,706; MA+32/Step 1 = $56,920

2021-2022 School Year: BA/Step 1 = $44,647; MA/Step 1 = $51,213; MA+32/Step 1 = $57,489 

District 33 believes in education and rewards your continuos educational growth by offering 10-12 lanes on the salary schedule which allows you to move up on the salary schedule at your own pace.  

Application for Employment

To be considered for employment, all applicants need to complete the online application and upload requested documents. Applicants for administrative and certified positions will also be asked to submit a video interview along with their employment application.

New Employees

Candidates selected for positions in District 33 will be required to complete a fingerprint-based criminal background check and employment paperwork prior to their first day of work. Please contact Teresa Galvez at (630) 293-6000, ext. 1226 to make an appointment to pick up an employment packet.

Department of Human Resources
312 East Forest Avenue
West Chicago, IL 60185
(630) 293-6000 (voice), ext.1226
(630) 231-3472 (fax)
Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm


West Chicago Elementary School District 33, DuPage County, Illinois, provides equal employment opportunities to all persons regardless of their race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, ancestry, marital status, arrest record, military status or unfavorable military discharge, citizenship status provided the individual is authorized to work in the United States, use of lawful products while not at work, being a victim of domestic or sexual violence, physical or mental handicap or disability if otherwise able to perfrom the essential functions of the job with reasonable accommodations, or other legally protected categories.
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