Welcome to Student Services!

  • Hello and welcome to the Student Services department via www.sd25.org. We are here to provide support and services to the students and families of District 25 through many avenues and categories. Please feel comfortable to venture around our department's website for any information or forms you might need, and also feel free to reach out to our department directly if your question wasn't answered.



    The vision of the Department of Student Services is to... Collaborate...Support...Empower for Excellence



    The mission of the Department of Student Services is to meet the unique needs of each student by providing high quality specialized services in collaboration with staff, families, and the community.



    The purpose of the Department of Student Services is to maximize student' potential as members of their community through the provision of an exceptional education.




Special Meetings


    Annual Needs Survey for Parents 

    Every year District 25 partners with NSSEO to offer parents a chance to provide feedback on our programming, services, and supports, as required under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).  The purpose of this survey is to collect information to assist in the improvement of the delivery of service to students who receive special education and their families, design training, and improve communication between school, home and community through both NSSEO and District 25. This survey is available in both English and Spanish. Please click here to access the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ParentFY18. Paper copies are also available upon request- please ask your child's case manager for a paper copy, if needed. The survey will remain open until Monday, May 21, 2018.


    Cada año, el Distrito 25 se asocia con NSSEO para ofrecerles a los padres la oportunidad de proporcionar comentarios sobre nuestra programación, servicios y apoyos, según lo exige la Ley de Educación para Personas con Discapacidades (IDEA). El propósito de esta encuesta es recopilar información para ayudar a mejorar la prestación del servicio a los estudiantes que reciben educación especial y sus familias, diseñar capacitación y mejorar la comunicación entre la escuela, el hogar y la comunidad a través de NSSEO y el Distrito 25. Esta encuesta está disponible en inglés y español. Haga clic aquí para acceder a la encuesta: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ParentFY18. Las copias en papel también están disponibles a pedido. Solicite una copia en papel al administrador de casos de su hijo, si es necesario. La encuesta permanecerá abierta hasta el lunes 21 de mayo de 2018.


     CORE Parent Night

    Interested in learning more about the CORE vocabulary initiative at Windsor School? This program is being utilized in the Communications and Fsundations classrooms to foster language development. Please join us on May 15, 2018 at 6:30 pm at Windsor. Childcare is available. Please see the flyer below and to rsvp!

    CORE Flyer


    Summer Resource Fair

    On April 25, 2018, the Department of Student Services will hold a Summer Resources Fair for parents. Representatives from a variety of local agencies will be present to provide information on summer programming options for children with special needs. Please join us from 6:30-7:30 at 1200 S. Dunton! See flyer below for more information.

    Summer Resource Fair


Contact Us!

  • Student Services Direct Line 
    (847) 758-4875


    Assistant Superintendent for Student Services

    Aimée LeBlanc


    Student Services Coordinator

    Lindsay Anastacio (Windsor, Communications, Foundations)


    Student Services Coordinator

    Diane Kaffka (Greenbrier, Early Childhood)


    Student Services Coordinator

    Kellie Klasen (Dryden, Olive, Patton, South, Thomas)


    Student Services Coordinator 
    Lisa Kramp (Ivy Hill, Intergrated Services, Westgate)


    Administrative Assistant to Assistant Superintendent
    Ginny Braun


    Student Services Administrative Assistant
    Diane Carpenter


Strategic Plan

  • During the 2014­-15 school year, the Department of Student Services developed a strategic plan to help focus its initiatives for the next five years. The plan was approved by the Board of Education on July 17, 2014. As a component of the plan, the Department has developed four key initiatives:

    ● Engage families and district staff in educational opportunities and training that promote student growth,

    ● Foster collaborative and transparent communication to strengthen relationships throughout our educational community,

    ● Utilize a collaborative problem solving approach to support high expectations for student growth,

    ● Embrace innovative and effective practices to support student growth. The full text of the strategic plan can be accessed here.