As of May 10, 2019

Joseph Sears School Board -

One opening with a two-year term

The School Board is a seven-member elected body, which is responsible for the general oversight of Kenilworth School District No. 38.  Elected members enact and review school policy, appoint and oversee the Superintendent, approve all school hiring, adopt the annual budget, oversee and approve all finances and negotiate teacher contracts when applicable.  Board meetings are generally held the third Monday of each month. In addition, members chair or serve on two board committees and act as representatives to other community or school related organizations (e.g. JSSPVA, Booster Club, NSSED, etc.).

For December 2018 Meeting

Joseph Sears School Board

Three openings with four-year terms

One opening with a two-year term

The School Board is a seven-member elected body, which is responsible for the general oversight of Kenilworth School District No. 38.  Elected members enact and review school policy, appoint and oversee the Superintendent, approve all school hiring, adopt the annual budget, oversee and approve all finances and negotiate teacher contracts when applicable.  Board meetings are generally held the third Monday of each month. In addition, members chair or serve on two board committees and act as representatives to other community or school related organizations (e.g. JSSPVA, Booster Club, NSSED, etc.).

Kenilworth Village Board –

Three Trustee openings - all four-year terms.

Members will chair one committee and serve as a member of two other board sub-committees. Average time commitment is 15-20 hours per month. Board meetings are held the third Monday of each month.

Kenilworth Park Board – 

Two openings with four-year terms
Members oversee parklands throughout the village, Park District programing, the Village House, and the Kenilworth Club. Members work closely with the Kenilworth Council of Garden Clubs (Beautification). Board meetings are at 5:00 p.m., the second Thursday of each month.

Kenilworth Library Board –

Three openings with four-year terms

Members oversee delivery of library services, approve the budget, hold truth and taxation hearings, and levy the district taxes. Approximately five meetings are held per year. The meetings are held in April, June, July, September, and October; summer availability is important.