Are you interested in becoming an Orangeville C.U.S.D. #203 School Board Member?
Interested parties may pick up material packets including all required election materials for the April 4, 2024 election from Tonya Doyle, District Secretary and Board Appointed Official for the Distribution of Election Materials in the Elementary Office from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Nominating papers for board of education candidates and objections to nominating papers are no longer to be filed with school board secretaries. They are now required to be filed with the county clerk.
Election materials required are nominating petitions that must have signatures of 50 voters that reside in the Orangeville Community Unit School District #203, a statement of candidacy, and a receipt from the Stephenson County Clerk verifying the filing of Statement of Economic Interests.
To be eligible to serve as a School Board Member a person must:
- Be a United States citizen
- Be an Illinois Resident
- Be a resident of Orangeville School District for at least one year
- Be a registered voter
- Be at least 18 years of age
Three seats on our seven-member Board will be available in this election – one is for a 2-year term and two are for 4-year terms as follows:
Township 29N Range 9E Township 29N Range 8E
(No more than 2 may be elected) (No more than 3 may be elected)
Township 29N Range 7E Township 28N Range 8E
(No more than 3 may be elected) (No more than 2 may be elected)
Township 28N Range 7E Township 27N Range 7E
(No more than 2 may be elected) (No more than 2 may be elected)
To learn about the Orangeville School Board, the business that is conducted and how the board functions, please feel free to attend any of the Board meetings. These meetings are the 2nd Monday of every month at 6:00 p.m. in the LMC located in the High School.
If you have any questions or would like further information, please contact Mr. Jeff Milburn, Superintendent at 815-789-4450.