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Dr. James Stelter, Superintendent

Dr. Kay Dugan, Asst. Superintendent for Learning

Paul Novack, Chief Financial Officer

210 S. Church Rd.
Bensenville, IL  60106

Ph: (630) 766-5940
Fx: (630) 766-6099

Hours
Monday - Friday
7:30 am - 4:00 m
About us
Bensenville Elementary School District 2 serves a diverse population of 2,150 students in preschool through 8th grade from Bensenville, and portions of both Wood Dale and Addison.

Achievers
The District’s population includes 62 percent low-income families and 33 percent of our students are Limited English Proficient. District 2 has strong student achievement performance as compared to other districts with similar demographics.

Mohawk School was a 2011 National Blue Ribbon School and was an Illinois Spotlight School for five straight years including 2012. Mohawk School was closed in December 2011 and the community was merged with W.A. Johnson School.

In 2013, 85 percent of teacher survey respondents said District 2 was a good district to have a career in education.

Innovators
District 2 is a Race to the Top district, one of just two districts in DuPage County.
Participating in the initiative will put District 2 in the forefront of school reform measures that all districts in the state will eventually adopt. District 2 is a trailblazer in adopting the Common Core State Standards, implementing the English Language Arts standards in 2012 and math in 2013.

State-of-the-Art Schools
District 2 merged four elementary schools into two newly renovated and expanded buildings in 2012. The $50 million construction project replaces aging buildings with state of the art technology and environmental features. A second addition to Tioga School will be completed in 2014 and ready for the 2014-15 school year. Renovations of the entrance oldest sections of Blackhawk Middle School will improve safety and the learning environment. The projects were financed with grants, bonds and without going for a referendum to raise taxes.




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