The Lisle Community School District 202 system shapes the lives of more than 1,500 students each year. Schools…More include Lisle Senior High School/Junior High School, Schiesher Elementary and Tate Woods Elementary. With class sizes between 17 and 23 students, the Lisle School District is the perfect place for students to receive individualized attention. In addition to core classes, Lisle schools offer special education, ESL, physical education and extracurricular activities.
Dr. Patricia Wernet leads the administration as superintendent. The district's administrative offices are located in Lisle Junior High School. Board meetings are held the third Monday of each month. The Lisle Education Foundation, established in 1987, enriches the student experience through community efforts. The foundation raises educational funds with its participation at annual events such as the Eyes to the Skies festival and Lisle Education Foundation Golf Outing.
The Kiwanis Club of Lisle has been active over the years under the Kiwanis motto of “We Build” –…More and build the club has done. The club was instrumental in starting the Lisle Park District with charter member Hank VanKampen originating the first park in Lisle that was named after Kiwanis member Bob Connelly, hence Connelly Park. Kiwanis members also assisted in the development of the playground at Steeple Run School, provided shop equipment at the Lisle Junior High School, provided reading area and materials at the Lisle Library, provided reading materials to the Lisle Elementary schools, supported the expansion of the Lisle Senior High School, and were active in the development and management of the “Eyes to the Skies” festival. More important than the material development over the years, the Lisle Kiwanis Club has been working to ensure the leaders of the future are being developed through ongoing sponsorship of the Lisle Senior High “Key Club”, Benedictine University’s “Circle K Club”, sponsor student leadership through development at the “Hugh O’Brien Leadership Foundation”, and support various Lisle Senior High School attendance in leadership programs in band, cheerleading, pom squads, math club, and other events.
In addition to leadership development, the Kiwanis Club of Lisle provides resources to those in need of spirit enhancement. We provide food baskets during the year-end holidays, we provide a holiday party with Santa for children 12 and under, we provide an autumn picnic in conjunction with the Lisle Park District, and we assist families in need throughout the year.
The Kiwanis Club of Lisle is proud of its heritage and looks forward to being able to continue to service the community of Lisle. Community leaders and citizens that were interested in the betterment of the community founded the club. That focus has not changed in the years since the club’s beginning. The club continues to welcome potential members to visit the meetings each Wednesday at the Lisle Hilton.
Lisle Senior High School educates more than 500 students each year, with an average class size of 18. In addition to…More core classes, students may also enroll in driver's education, foreign languages, fine arts and career and technical education classes.
Lisle High School provides both a special education program and health services to its students.
The HS Home and School Organization provides informational sessions for parents on topics such as financial aid and services to the school that include new benches, special lunches and water bottles for events. It sponsors 50/50 raffles at home football games, along with a holiday craft fair. The high school also encourages its students to participate in both school and community service, and recently initiated the policy of making note of any such activities on students' transcripts.
Williams Chiropractic Center is owned and operated by Eric P. Williams, D.C., who has been in practice…More since 1990, treating patients from infants to senior citizens. Williams is affiliated and works with the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), and was appointed by state Rep. Peter Roskam to serve on the General Assembly Scholarship Committee, for which he was chairman from 1997 to 2000.
Williams has also been a board member of the Education Foundation for Lisle Community School District 202 since 2000. He is the "official" doctor on the sidelines for the Lisle Senior High School football games, and safety and strengthening speaker for Praxair Surface Technologies, along with other positions. Please call or visit the website for more information.
Girls Scouts of America 2400 Ogden Ave, Lisle, IL60532 For nearly 100 years Girl Scouts of America has been dedicated to instilling young girls with courage, confidence and…More character. Through amazing adventures and life changing experiences Girl Scouts learn the importance of teamwork, volunteerism and building qualities and skills that will stay with them forever. Levels range from daisies, brownies, juniors, cadettes, seniors and ambassadors. Now accepting enrollment for kindergarten through senior year of high school.