Board of Education

We welcome and encourage open communication at District 99, because we believe that it ultimately benefits our students and our community. We invite you to attend our Board of Education workshops and business meetings; please note our protocol for addressing the board.

Front row (l-r): Board of Education President Dr. Nancy Kupka, Superintendent Dr. Mark McDonald, Board Vice President Rick Pavinato. Second row (l-r): Julia K. Beckman, Michael Davenport, Deborah Boyle, Keith Matune and Terry Pavesich. 

 

We ask that students, parents, community members and staff submit their questions for the school board through the superintendent, who will then notify the board. You may also choose to contact all members of the board of education directly, or individual board members through the email addresses listed below. NOTE: If you choose to contact an individual board member directly, your message may be shared with the superintendent and other board members.  (See board policy regarding Communications.)

  

Community High School District 99 Board of Education Members

 

Nancy Kupka, President  e-mail
2421 Jackson Drive; Woodridge, IL 60517
First Elected: 2011
Current Term Expires: 2015; Open Meetings Act training completed March 2012

Rick Pavinato, Vice President e-mail
4536 Forest Avenue; Downers Grove 60515
First Elected: 2013
Current Term Expires: 2017; Open Meetings Act training completed June 2013; Professional Development Leadership Training and Performance Evaluation Reform Act (PERA) Training for School Board Members completed June 2013

Julia K. Beckman e-mail
1501 Darien Lake Drive #308; Darien 60561
First Elected: 1993
Current Term Expires: 2017; Open Meetings Act training completed April 2012; Professional Development Leadership Training and Performance Evaluation Reform Act (PERA) Training for School Board Members completed February 2014

Deborah Boyle e-mail
7004 Blackburn Avenue; Downers Grove 60516
First Elected: 2009
Current Term Expires: 2017; Open Meetings Act training completed November 2012; Professional Development Leadership Training and Performance Evaluation Reform Act (PERA) Training for School Board Members completed February 2014

Michael Davenport e-mail
6636 Blackstone Drive, Downers Grove, IL 60516
First Elected: 2011
Current Term Expires: 2015; Open Meetings Act training completed June 2011

Keith Matune e-mail
2033 Chicago Avenue; Downers Grove, IL 60515
First Elected: 2011
Current Term Expires: 2015; Open Meetings Act training completed November 2012

Terry Pavesich e-mail
6912 Grand Avenue; Downers Grove 60516
First Elected: 2005
Current Term Expires: 2017; Open Meetings Act training completed March 2012; Professional Development Leadership Training and Performance Evaluation Reform Act (PERA) Training for School Board Members completed February 2014

Contacting the Board

Click here to send an email to all members of the Board of Education.

If it is necessary to communicate with an individual Board Member, use their email link provided at the left.

District 99 Open Houses

This is your opportunity to meet, ask questions, and discuss important issues with the Board of Education and District 99 administrators in a relaxed, casual atmosphere. Refreshments will be offered. Parents, residents, students, and others are welcome to come! A recognition ceremony honoring staff and students will be followed by the District 99 Open House on the following dates:

Monday, November 25, 2013 - 6:30 p.m. (at South High School)

Monday, March 10, 2014 - 6:30 p.m. (at South High School)

Monday, May 12, 2014 - 6:30 p.m. (at North High School)

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Latest News

South High School’s Honor Roll for the 4th Quarter of the 2013-2014 school year
Congratulations to all of the students who earned a spot on the honor roll!
 
North High School’s Honor Roll for the 4th Quarter of the 2013-2014 school year
Congratulations to all of the students who earned a spot on the honor roll!
 
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Foundation awards grants to North and South High Schools
The D99 Education Foundation has awarded nearly $24,000 in grants to benefit North High and South High