Legacy Hall Class of 2017
 
The District 230 Foundation is a partnership between community volunteers and school leaders to provide educational opportunities and services for students beyond what the typical budget can fund. The Foundation provides grants that bring teachers' creative ideas to life for students, as well as scholarships to graduating seniors from Sandburg, Stagg and Andrew High Schools. The District 230 Foundation is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization; contributions are tax-deductible in accordance with the law.
 
District 230 Foundation Legacy Hall honors alumni from Sandburg, Stagg and Andrew High Schools who have used their education and experience to create a legacy for current and future students to follow. Nominations are now being accepted for the Class of 2018!

Legacy Hall Class of 2017: (back) Dr. William Nevin, Steven Molo, Aristotle Papanikolaou, Edmund Palekas, (front) Mary Jo Viero, Dr. Catherine Bronson, Cyd Sartoris in memory of Dr. David Sartoris, Dr. Nadine Bolger, Senator Mike Hastings (not pictured) Joyce Guzik, Nely Keinanen, Bonnie Tholl and Wendy Ulaszek.
Grant: World Languages
Nationally recognized Spanish Teacher Ken Stewart met with District 230 World Language teachers to share insights and strategies to help students be immersed in the languages and cultures they study.  Supported by a District 230 Foundation Grant earned by Sandburg teachers Jill Erdman and Michael Erdman, the World Languages teachers took part in professional development focused on increasing students’ speaking, reading, listening and writing in the target language.
NCAA Basketball Party
Third annual viewing party for the NCAA men’s basketball tournament at Elements Conference Center in Orland Park on Saturday, March 24, 2017.  300 guests anticipated for two NCAA Basketball Quarter-Final Games televised on giant screens, unlimited food and drink, various contests and prize drawings and our Super Raffle drawing at halftime of the second game.
Year-end Giving
As we approach the end of another year, we look back with gratitude and forward with hope – hope for our students, our graduates, and the lives and communities they touch. End-of-year donations allow more students the opportunity to explore, learn, and succeed. Your tax-deductible gift will be greatly appreciated by the students we serve by supporting innovative learning projects and scholarships.