Parents

 

 

Get Involved! Parent & Support Organizations

HSO Council

About the Home & School Organization

The Home School Organization (HSO) is made of four voluntary units. The HSO Council oversees the three school units including the elementary, the junior high and the high school boards. The council make-up includes the unit president and delegate. The delegates, in turn, report discussions of the council meetings back to each unit at their monthly meetings.

The council also has representation from the district with the superintendent and a member of the school board in attendance at each meeting to inform the council of any relevant information that pertains to the school district. Everyone is invited to attend these meetings and it’s a great way to stay informed with what is going on at each school.

Membership Dues

You can now pay your membership dues online by credit card through our online HSO square account at the link below.

HSO by School

All parents are invited and encouraged to get involved in our HSOs. The HSO is a great way to directly support the students and staff! Please see below for meeting times. We hope to see you there!

Lisle High School HSO

  • Meets the first Tuesday of each month at 7 pm at LHS

Learn More About the LHS HSO

 

Lisle Junior High HSO

  • Meets the third Wednesday of each month at 6:00 pm at LJHS

Learn more about the Jr. High HSO

 

Lisle Elementary HSO - LEHSO 

  • Meets the first Wednesday of each month at 6:45 pm at Lisle Elementary

Learn More About the LEHSO

 

Athletic Boosters

About the Lisle 202 Athletic Boosters

Lisle Booster Club meetings are open to all community members. We welcome your time and talents - please get involved and Go Lions!

  • Meets the second Wednesday of each month at 7 pm at LHS

Learn more about the Athletic Boosters

Band Parents Organization

About the Band Parents Organization

The LBPO is a parent organization made up of all parents of Lisle Band students, 5th through 12th grade.

The LBPO is organized as an Illinois Non-Profit corporation with the purpose of promoting quality instrumental music education. The organization provides financial and volunteer assistance to Grade 5 through 12 band students and Flag Corps students. Parents help with uniform fitting and distribution, equipment movement, general assistance to the directors, and fund raising for items not provided by the music program’s school budget. We have recently purchased many instruments, including tubas and stands for the Schiesher band. Our instrument purchases are generally to provide unique, specialty, or very expensive instruments so that all bands can have the instrumentation and equipment they need to produce top quality performances.

In addition, the LBPO funds outside clinicians, soloists and composers to add to the program. Master Classes are held both during and outside of class, giving the students an expanded view and a different perspective on a variety of musical topics.

We also award Private Lesson and Music Camp scholarships to 5-8 students. All that is required is an application to the Band Director, most years we can provide scholarships to all that apply.

In short, we do whatever is required to improve the Instrumental Music Program of Lisle District 202. Please feel welcome to attend any and all LBPO business meetings, to get involved, and to encourage your students to enjoy and learn their instruments and KEEP ON PLAYING!

  • Meets the first Monday of each month at 7pm at LHS

District Choir Boosters

About the District Choral Boosters

The Lisle Choral Parents Organization (LCPO) is an Illinois Non-Profit organization made up of parents of all choral students grades 4 - 12. Our purpose is to promote a quality and comprehensive choral music education. The organization provides financial and volunteer assistance to all choral students. Through fund raising, parents assist with uniform purchases, clinicians, and scholarships for private voice and/or piano lessons, summer vocal music camps, and general assistance to the directors. Also, the choir parents host a fall choral picnic/concert where families attend to get to know each other. In addition, the LCPO purchases items essential to the choral music program which may not be funded by the school budget such as recording equipment.

Our meetings are held at Lisle High School on the third Monday of the month, every other month, at 6:30 pm. All parents are invited and welcome to attend the LCPO business meetings and encourage your child to explore and enjoy their first instrument, their voice!

Lisle Education Foundation

 

About the Lisle Education Foundation

The Foundation was formed in 1987 to serve as a link between the community and the schools. Through the Foundation, funds and resources are provided to enhance and enrich educational opportunities for all District 202 students that would not otherwise be possible. The pursuit of excellence and quality education is the top priority for the District. The Foundation provides resources beyond the normal operating budgets for educational programs and activities for students. Local businesses, individuals in the community and the school district working together can help to ensure a successful future for all students.

Learn more about the Lisle Education Foundation

 

Parent Information & Resources

High School

ATTENDANCE LINE - 630.493.8399

If your student is absent from school please telephone BEFORE 8:00 AM each day. Our attendance line is active 24 HOURS A DAY. So you may call this number anytime during the evening or night if you know your student will not be in school.

POWERSCHOOL PARENT PORTAL

Parents may access their student(s)'s grades and complete the online registration component via the PowerSchool Parent Portal.

LHS "Tip Line"

This anonymous phone line will allow students and/or parents to leave a voicemail message to alert school officials to incidents including, but not limited to, bullying, potential violence, use or sale of drugs, weapons in the school, or other matters directly related to our school and students. Efforts will be placed on confidentiality and concerns will be addressed in a timely manner.

The purpose of this tip line is to enhance and to provide a safe and orderly school environment, stopping problems before they start, and addressing situations quickly. All we ask is that the calls are truthful, factual, and express a genuine concern that is not vindictive in nature.

The "Tip Line" number is 630-493-8366 and can be accessed 24 hours a day.

Naviance

Technology Center of Dupage (TCD)

 

Junior High

Attendance Line - 630.493.8299

If your student is absent from school please telephone BEFORE 8:00 AM each day. Our attendance line is active 24 HOURS A DAY. So you may call this number anytime during the evening or night if you know your student will not be in school.

PowerSchool Parent Portal

Parents may access their student(s)'s grades and complete the online registration component via the PowerSchool Parent Portal.

LJHS "Tip Line"

This anonymous phone line will allow students and/or parents to leave a voicemail message to alert school officials to incidents including, but not limited to, bullying, potential violence, use or sale of drugs, weapons in the school, or other matters directly related to our school and students. Efforts will be placed on confidentiality and concerns will be addressed in a timely manner.

The purpose of this tip line is to enhance and to provide a safe and orderly school environment, stopping problems before they start, and addressing situations quickly. All we ask is that the calls are truthful, factual, and express a genuine concern that is not vindictive in nature.

The "Tip Line" number is 630-493-8212 and can be accessed 24 hours a day.

STAR Tutoring Program

Students Taking Academic Responsibility (STAR) Program offers academic assistance from members of our teaching staff to help students be successful in the classroom. Tutoring is available at Lisle Junior High every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 3:10-4:50 PM. For more information, contact the school office at 630 493-8200.

 

Lisle Elementary School

ATTENDANCE LINE - 630.493.8199

If your student is absent from school please telephone BEFORE 8:00 AM each day. Our attendance line is active 24 HOURS A DAY. So you may call this number anytime during the evening or night if you know your student will not be in school.

POWERSCHOOL PARENT PORTAL

Parents may access their student(s)'s account and complete the online registration component via the PowerSchool Parent Portal.

Lisle elementary "Tip Line"

This anonymous phone line will allow students and/or parents to leave a voicemail message to alert school officials to incidents including, but not limited to, bullying, potential violence, use or sale of drugs, weapons in the school, or other matters directly related to our school and students. Efforts will be placed on confidentiality and concerns will be addressed in a timely manner.

The purpose of this tip line is to enhance and to provide a safe and orderly school environment, stopping problems before they start, and addressing situations quickly. All we ask is that the calls are truthful, factual, and express a genuine concern that is not vindictive in nature.

The "Tip Line" number is 630-493-8198 and can be accessed 24 hours a day.

District

Parent-Student Handbook

Rights Concerning Student's School Records - Please refer to the School Handbook for your student.

English Language Learners

Social/Emotional Resources

Lisle 202 Family Engagement Program

Lisle 202 Family Engagement Program for parents, guardians, and caregivers of young students in our school district to support academic success and to reach their potential Participants in this 12 week program will:
  • learn how social emotional learning strengthens family relationships
  • gather with other parents and share ideas on teaching empathy, setting positive boundaries, focusing attention
  • hear ideas for teaching your child self- control

Suicide Prevention Information & Resources

Lisle Township, in cooperation with neighboring Townships, communities, schools, non-profits, and clinics, have formed the Youth in Crisis Coalition to help address the issue of suicide in our schools.  Resources are available to the public at the It Only Takes One website and on Facebook.

Each month the Coalition posts articles, resources and tools around a specific mental health / suicide prevent topic through a blog on our website. 

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