Legal notices covering topics such as attendance, equal opportunity, health education, and integrated pest management are included in the Legal Notices document. Additional information is available through the District offices.
Collective Bargaining Agreement (2021-2024)
- 2024 Compensation Report
- Employee Code of Professional Conduct
- Legal Notices
- Title1 Involvement Plan
- District 35 Authorization for Electronic Network Access
- Transparency in Coverage
Title IX Requirements
Sexual harassment affects a student’s ability to learn and an employee’s ability to work. Providing an educational and workplace environment free from sexual harassment is an important District goal. The District does not discriminate on the basis of sex in any of its education programs or activities, and it complies with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX) and its implementing regulations (34 C.F.R. Part 106) concerning everyone in the District’s education programs and activities, including applicants for employment, students, parents/guardians, employees, and third parties.
Board Policy 2:265: Title IX Sexual Harassment Grievance Procedure
All District 35 employees complete annual training on the topic of sexual harassment. The District 35 Administrative team completed additional detailed training on the new Title IX requirements on November 13, 2020.
Erin’s Law within District 35
In January 2013, the State of Illinois passed Erin’s Law which requires that children in grades pre-kindergarten through high school are educated on the topics of child sexual abuse awareness and prevention. In addition, all District 35 staff members are also trained on this topic and taught to recognize warning signs. Such training occurs annually prior to the student sessions in each school. Parents will be notified in writing prior to the student sessions to share additional details and provide an opportunity for questions.
- Sexual Abuse Response and Prevention Resource Guide (NEW 2023)
- Erin's Law Presentation shared with our Board of Education
- Parent Talking Points and Resources
If you suspect a child to be a victim of sexual abuse, or you would like more information about prevention, you may contact our school social workers or please use the resources below:
American Academy of Pediatrics Resources
Illinois Department of Child and Family Services | (DCFS) 1-800-252-2873
DCFS will help determine the response needed and will involve law enforcement when appropriate. All District 35 staff members and Board of Education members are mandated reporters.
National Abuse Hotline:
This hotline is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with professional crisis counselors. All calls are anonymous and confidential.
Water Quality Reports:
BackYard Nature Center is a not-for-profit organization that advances and enables the process of connecting children and adults with the wonders of nature in the New Trier Township.
Family Service of Glencoe offers programs and services that strengthen families and our community including professional and affordable counseling services for children, adolescents, couples and families, and much more.
Learn more about our Glencoe Boy Scouts troop. Serving children grades 1-8, Troop 28 welcomes new members to join in for new opportunities in citizenship, responsibility, and outdoor education.
To learn more about how your child can participate in Social Service activities, attend social events or participate in the play, please visit our website.
Check out all the fun and engaging programs and special events this season for all ages in Glencoe.
Enjoy weekly updates and information through the Glencoe PTO website!
Enjoy updates and information on special programs through the Glencoe Public Library!
GYS is a non-profit community social service agency which provides recreational, educational and social service opportunities to high school aged youth living in New Trier Township.
New Trier High School serves about 4,000 students from Chicago's North Shore suburban communities of Glencoe, Kenilworth, Northfield, Wilmette, Winnetka, and portions of Glenview and Northbrook.
Additional information on all things in the Glencoe area.