Glen Ellyn School District 41

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Board Strategic Priorities

Glen Ellyn School District 41 Board of Education


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  • The Glen Ellyn School District 41 Board of Education consists of seven members who are elected at large and serve without pay for staggered four-year terms.

  • The Board is accountable to the public and makes decisions as a unit based on what is best for the District as a whole. Board members follow the Board Code of Conduct and strive to adhere to their agreed upon Board of Education Meeting Norms.

  • The Board hires the Superintendent, sets instructional policy, approves the budget and ongoing expenditures, and is ultimately responsible for the performance of the District.

  • The Board meets on alternating Mondays of each month at 7:30pm in the Mary Luginbill Board Room in the District Administration Center (unless otherwise designated). The current calendar can be found here. The public is welcome to attend all meetings and time is allotted for public participation.


  • D41 Compensation

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    » All Employees Salaries Over $75,000 per P.A. 97 – 0609
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    Board of Education members (as of May 2, 2017)
    Stephanie Clark - sclark@d41.org President (term ends April, 2019)
    Kurt Buchholz - kbuchholz@d41.org Vice President (term ends April, 2019)
    Jason Loebach - jloebach@d41.org Secretary (term ends April, 2021)
    Robert Bruno - rbruno@d41.org (term ends April, 2021)
    Bruce Currie - bcurrie@d41.org (term ends April, 2021)
    Linda D'Ambrosio - ldambrosio@d41.org (term ends April, 2021)
    Erica Nelson - enelson@d41.org (term ends April, 2019)

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    School Board Listing of Development and Training Completed by Board Members

    All Illinois school board members must receive training in professional development leadership (P.A. 97-8) and the Open Meetings Act (P.A. 97-504).  Mandatory training will also be required after the new teacher evaluation requirements are implemented in each school district.  For additional information, see Board policy 2:120, Board Member Development.

    The following table contains mandatory and non-mandatory training and development activities that were completed by each Board member.  When the training was provided by the Illinois Association of School Boards, the acronym “IASB” follows the listed activity.          

    Name Development & Training Activity and Provider Date Completed

    Stephanie Clark, President Open Meetings Act Training (IASB)
    Professional Development Training & PERA Training (IASB)
    May 15, 2015
    Kurt Buchholz, Vice-President Open Meetings Act Training (IASB)
    Professional Development Training & PERA Training (IASB)
    May 15, 2015
    Jason Loebach, Secretary    
    Robert Bruno    
    Bruce Currie    
    Linda D'Ambrosio​    
    Erica Nelson Open Meetings Act Training (IASB)
    Professional Development Training & PERA Training (IASB))
    March 6, 2012
    November 26, 2013




    The Illinois Association of School Boards (IASB) is a voluntary organization of local boards of education dedicated to strengthening the Illinois public schools through local citizen control.  Although not a part of State government, IASB is organized by member school boards as a private not-for-profit corporation under authority granted by Article 23 of the School Code.  The mission of the IASB is excellence in local school governance in support of quality public education.

    For more information regarding IASB and its programs visit www.iasb.com

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