A schedule of upcoming meetings, notices and agendas are posted here in accordance with the Open Meetings Act (5 ILCS 120/). All Woodridge School District 68 Board of Education meetings begin at 7:30pm and are held at the District Administrative Center, 7925 Janes Avenue, unless otherwise noted.
All regular Board meetings are also streamed live on the Zoom platform. Links to the livestream will be posted on the district calendar. A recording of the meeting will be made available for viewing until the next Board meeting. The link to the recording will be posted here, generally within 24-48 hours of the end of the meeting.
Read Board Briefs, an e-newsletter with highlights from Board of Education meetings. Official minutes are posted in BoardBook.
Agenda & Minutes
Addressing the Board
Persons who wish to speak during the public comment section of the Woodridge School District 68 Board meeting are requested to complete a “Public Comment Request” card. Cards will be accepted until the first speaker begins speaking.
The purpose of the public comment section of the Board agenda is to direct comments to the Board and/or provide information. Ordinarily, the Board will not engage in dialog with the speaker.
Speakers shall address the Board only at the appropriate time as indicated on the agenda and when recognized by the Board President. Each speaker will be allotted up to three minutes. A tone will sound when the allotted time has expired and speakers should conclude their comments.
Comments should be in good taste and demonstrate consideration for others. We request that negative comments about personnel or students be directed to administration or through our grievance procedure.
Individuals interested in making a public comment, but who are unable to attend the meeting in person, may use this form to provide comments. Submissions will be shared with all Board members and will be made part of the official record. This form will open the morning of a Board meeting and close when the first public comment speaker begins.
The public may contact and share their perspectives at any time with the Superintendent or the Board.