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Community Relations Specialist

Steinbrecher, Gina
District Staff

Contact Information

312 E. Forest Ave.,

West Chicago, IL 60185

(630) 293-6000 ext. 201

Monday - Friday

8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Welcome

West Chicago Elementary School District 33 is committed to keeping students, parents, employees and community members informed about the school district.  The Community Relations Department acts as a liaison between the district and the community and implements various communications methods such as backpack fliers and online communications, weekly email newsletters, telephone messaging service, community newsletters, news releases and Town Hall events in an effort to keep the community informed. Other activities that are coordinated through this department are PTO Council Meetings, District 33 Foundation for Educational Excellence and volunteer opportunities.

Art is the Heart of the City - 2014

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Student Art Exhibit - "Kids feel special and their talents rewarded"

"We enjoyed the evening talking with students, parents, newspaper staff, and teachers. (My daughter) Madeline was glowing by the end of the evening feeling very proud and special. We were very impressed with the displays and talent of the children. A lot of time was taken to put this together and everything was displayed so nicely.

 

I thank you so much for making our kids feel special and their talents rewarded. We will return to the gallery another time this month to show more family members.

 

Thanks to all!"

 

 ~ Melissa Mull, Indian Knoll parent of student with art work on display