David Page Retires From The District 25 Board of Education | #Education

Press release from the Arlington Heights School District 25:

September 29, 2020

After 16 years of service on District 25’s Board of Education, David Page announced his retirement from his Board seat. Page said in his letter of resignation that it is time for him to shift his focus to a new chapter in his life, one in which is daughters are off to college, his business is growing, and his parents have increasing needs as they age.

“I am proud to call Arlington Heights my home, and we [our family] feel lucky to have raised our kids in this exceptional school district,” Page said in his letter. “I leave the school district with a highly competent President and a solid board with policies and procedures that we have put in place over the years to keep the focus on students.”

Page was elected to the District 25 Board in 2004, and he was in the last year of his fourth term upon resigning.

“Dave has served this community with integrity and pride,” Board President Brian Cerniglia said. “His respect and admiration for the District’s teachers, staff and administration along with his vision to always do what’s best for kids was inspirational. We would all like to thank him for his service.”

“David was an active board member and he always put students first,” Superintendent Dr. Bein said. “The District will miss his presence and input at our board meetings.”

By law the Board must appoint a new Board member within 60 days. An application to serve in Page’s spot is available on our website. Please stay tuned to the District 25 website (www.sd25.org/BoardOfEducation) for more information, including the application.

The appointed Board member will serve the rest of Page’s term, scheduled until the 2021 spring election.

This press release was produced by Arlington Heights School District 25. The views expressed here are the author’s own.

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