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About D75 » Superintendent

Superintendent

Dear Visitor,

 

Thanks for your interest in Mundelein Elementary School District 75. We have a staff of 240 who are dedicated to working with parents to Build Brighter Futures for our 1,670 preschool through eighth grade children.

 

We are committed to:

  • Placing Student Needs First
  • Sustaining High Expectations for All
  • Maintaining a Collaborative Culture
  • Focusing on the Future
  • Ensuring Fiscal Responsibility

 

As stated in our strategic plan we are committed to the success of every child. In District 75 you will not find fancy architecture and state-of-the-art furniture, but you will find clean and safe learning environments in which we spend the majority of our resources directly on students. For example, we provide a Chromebook for every child in grades 3-8 and professional development for teachers to utilize this technology for more effective learning. We have a reading intervention program at our kindergarten through second grade building staffed by experts who actually train other teachers throughout the county. We have during and after school music, drama, art, clubs, and sports to help every child develop new talents. Because everyday our staff demonstrates caring for their students, we have very few disciplinary problems.

 

We are proud of and capitalize on our diversity with a popular Two-Way Immersion (English-Spanish) program. Many doors of opportunity will open for our students after they  become bilingual and biliterate.

 

District 75 values partnerships with our supportive parents, our active Parent/Teacher Organization, and our innovative S.T.E.A.M. (Science Technology Engineering Arts Mathematics) Foundation. We understand that promoting intellectual curiosity and growth mindsets do not stop at 3:00 PM.

 

I am honored to represent the hard-working and continuously-improving members of our school district. If you have questions, please feel free to connect with me at ahenrikson@d75.org.

 

Best regards,

 

Andy Henrikson, Ed.D.

Superintendent