"North Shore School District 112 is committed to protecting and improving your neighborhood schools. The District seeks the community’s input on a funding proposal to address the highest-priority facility needs at five of its older elementary schools. Nothing is set in stone until we hear from you, our taxpayers"
- Michael Lubelfeld, Ed.D., Superintendent of Schools, North Shore School District 112
Elementary school Modernization Plan Video FAQ
In 2022, North Shore School District 112 has a determined focus on its Long-Range Facilities Plan. With Phase 1 of the Long-Range Plan soon to be completed, including major renovations to both middle schools and improvements to Oak Terrace Elementary School, the District is now redirecting its attention to the Elementary Modernization Plan (Phase 2). This involves addressing decades of deferred maintenance and other important capital facility needs at five of the District’s older elementary schools, some approaching a century in age. Given that the proposed improvements would require voter-approved funding, the District is committed to gathering the community’s input on the proposed upgrades. We seek to provide the best possible educational environment for all of our students while honoring our obligation to be responsible stewards of taxpayer dollars.
April 16 Phase 2 Community Meeting Summary
April 2 and April 4 Community Meeting Summary
March 29 Community Meeting Summary
Long-Range Plan Overview Video
April 2022 Newsletter
Phase 2 Animated Information Video
Fact Sheet and Superintendent & Board Of Education letter - Released March 10, 2022
2021 Kasarda Demographic Trends & Enrollment Projections (D112, D113 & D106)
PHASE 2 INFORMATION VIDEOS
Phase 2 Citizen Task Force
The Citizen Task Force is made up of Highland Park, Highwood, and Ft. Sheridan residents with differing backgrounds, professions, and viewpoints. Members were selected by Superintendent Dr. Michael Lubelfeld to ask hard questions, lend their insight, and evaluate plans put forward that could ultimately lead to an anticipated referendum being placed on the ballot for this year's midterm election on Tuesday, November 8, 2022.
Jenny Butler, Andy Hamilton, Sara Sher, Eric Gordon, Ken Henry, Elaine Weinberg, Eric Ephraim, Heidi Smith, Daniel Kaufman, Rod Loewenthal, Rosa Machabanski, Susie Berk, Rosa Rebolledo, Paul Miller, Brent Ross, Kris Walker, Jaret Fishman, Piper Mead, and Len Tenner.