About District 99

Cicero School District 99 is committed to transparency with the community regarding district business. In conjunction with the Illinois Policy Institute's 10-point Transparency Checklist, the District provides the following documents on its website. Information in addition to what the Illinois Policy Institute suggests is also included. As the district continues to strive for transparent governance, additional documents will be added to this page.

Contact Information

Administration Building

5110 24th St

(708) 863-4856

Demographics

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Student Enrollment: 11,270

Low Income Students: 95%

English Learners: 56%

Students with IEPs: 15%

Number of Teachers: 724

Student/Teacher Ratio: 20:1

Avg Teacher Salary: $66,250

Per-Pupil Expense: $13,000

Board Of Education

CLICK HERE to view board meetings dates, minutes, and agendas as well as board member information and board policy.

Finances

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CLICK HERE to find information on:

  • Budgets
  • Audits
  • Expenditures
  • Compensation
  • Contracts
  • Lobbying
  • Taxes

FOIA Request

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Access To Public Records

Request Public Record Form

PRINT AND MAIL TO:

Cicero School District 99

ATTN: Rodolfo Hernandez

5110 24th St Cicero, IL, 60804

EMAIL TO:

FOIA@cicd99.edu

Report Card

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CLICK HERE to get more information on how each of our schools in the District are performing compared to other schools across the sate.

NOTE: The EC Center is not graded and Sherlock Elementary School will not have data til 2019-2020 data comes out.

10 COMMENDABLE SCHOOLS

ENG Press Release

SPN Press Release

District Map

CLICK HERE to see where your child will go to school based on where you live. 

NOTE: In special circumstances students are placed and transported to buildings that have their specific needs. 

Assessment

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The following information is presented as a tool for schools and districts to track results from the Assessment Survey.

CLICK HERE

News Center

CLICK HERE to read all District news, download copies of our newsletters, and find out social media information.

Together, we will partner with the community to ensure a rigorous, whole-child learning experience, accessible to all students.

District Logo

The District 99 identity is represented by our official logo. Great care has gone into the development of our identity and these guidelines with the goal of promoting and protecting our brand.

Each component of the District 99 identity works together with all others to ensure a consistent look and feel in our communications materials.

symbolism

The vision of the new logo was conceived by Superintendent Rudy Hernandez

The logo was designed by Horacio Acevedo and Cristina Leaños

Copyright and Trademark of Cicero District 99 along with its alternate

Use of any prior logo is unacceptable

Igniting The Road To Excellence

Branding

The District 99 logo can only be used when approved by a District 99 administrator. The District 99 logo must not be altered.

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Logo with transparent background:
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Leadership

Superintendent

Rodolfo Hernandez

Contact Secretary: Maria Salinas  msalinas@cicd99.edu

superintendent's address

Dear Cicero students, families and staff members,

The mission and vision of Cicero District 99, as supported by the Board of Education, is to transform the District into a 21st-century learning environment. We are confident that by providing students and staff with the latest technological resources, we can achieve this goal together.

District 99 is committed to providing its students with multiple learning opportunities that will enhance their skills and knowledge and effectively prepare them for an ever-changing workforce. New and innovative programs that will propel students forward and foster critical thinking skills include initiatives such as STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and music), full-day kindergarten, one-to-one access to technology and dual language programs.

In District 99, we believe that “good is not good enough." Working together, we will continually strive to ignite the road to excellence!

This is the foundation of our District.

 

Executive Council

Asst Supt. for Student Services

Maria Burgos

Contact Secretary: Rosa Covarrubias  rcovarrubias@cicd99.edu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Asst Supt. for Edu Services

Elisabeth Nealon

Contact Secretary: Lydia Herrera          lherrera@cicd99.edu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Executive Director of Curriculum

Mary Mycyk

Contact Secretary: Marcela Couch        mcouch@cicd99.edu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Executive Director of Human Resources

Rita Tarullo

Contact Secretary: Denise Carpenter  dcarpenter@cicd99.edu