D89 Board of Education Releases Official Statement on Supt. Robey Resignation

Thursday, January 8, 2015 || By District 89 Board of Education The Board of Education accepted the resignation of superintendent Dr. Michael Robey at the December regular board meeting. Dr. Robey’s resignation shall take affect on June 30, 2015. The Board has made many significant changes during Dr. Robey’s tenure and will continue pursuing the best for the children of this district after his departure. The Board of … Continue reading D89 Board of Education Releases Official Statement on Supt. Robey Resignation

A Conversation With District 89 Superintendent Dr. Michael Robey On Why The District’s Grade Restructuring/Dual Language Magnet School Plan Is Worth The Cost Of Change

Thursday, March 20, 2014 || By Michael Romain  Last week, I sat down with District 89 superintendent Dr. Michael Robey inside of his cavernous Walton Street office in Melrose Park, the relatively placid eye of a rather intense storm that’s been steadily gathering within the last few months over the Board of Education’s proposed plans to drastically reconfigure the District’s current K-8 structure. Starting next … Continue reading A Conversation With District 89 Superintendent Dr. Michael Robey On Why The District’s Grade Restructuring/Dual Language Magnet School Plan Is Worth The Cost Of Change

Recent Illinois School Report Card Data Shows Latinos Now the Largest Ethnic/Racial Group in District 89, Fastest Growing Group in Maywood

By Michael Romain According to a Chicago Sun-Times report published last Friday, “35 Chicago area school districts have seen a change in the ethnic or racial makeup of their largest group of students during the last 10 years” — and District 89 is one of them. The report is based on the latest Illinois School Report Card data, which was released last Thursday. The Sun-Times … Continue reading Recent Illinois School Report Card Data Shows Latinos Now the Largest Ethnic/Racial Group in District 89, Fastest Growing Group in Maywood