LSC Candidate Forum


To be emailed to parents and school staff, posted on the school website and in the school by October 5, 2020.


Dear Parents/Guardians, Community Members and School Staff Members:


The 2020 Local School Council Election will be held later this fall.  Exact dates and times for the election will be sent out later after the procedures to protect voters are finalized. In the Election, parents and community members will have the opportunity to vote for up to 5 candidates to fill 8 positions on your school's LSC (6 parent members and 2 community members) and school staff will have the opportunity to vote for up to 2 candidates to fill 3 positions on the LSC (2 teacher members and 1 non-teacher staff member). 


We encourage and invite you to vote in the parent/community election or the school staff poll. 


A Virtual Candidate Forum will be held at :           2:00pm     on           Tuesday October 13, 2020

                                                                                      Time                                  Day and Date


You can join the forum by using this link:  or using this phone number and PIN code: (US)+1 484-756-1288    PIN: 410 914 925#



We encourage and invite you to attend the Forum to hear the Candidates speak about their qualifications and their plans if elected (or appointed) to your school's LSC. 


Form 8-20 (List of Candidates for the LSC), with the name(s) of the candidate(s) who have filed to run in the LSC Election at your school, is attached below for your reference.


For more information about the election, please contact the Office of Local School Council Relations: (773) 553-1400 or email to [email protected]


We look forward to your participation in the Local School Council Election and thank you for your interest in your school.  Working together, we can continue to improve our children's education. 




Dr. Guillermo (Willy) Montes de Oca


Special Note





  • In order to vote, parent and community voters must present 2 forms of I. D. to the election judges.


  • Parent voters must present at least one form of I. D. or documentation establishing that they are the parent,

   legal guardian or temporary custodian of a child enrolled in the school.


  • Community voters must present at least one form of I. D. with a current residential address within the school's

    attendance area or voting district.


  • School staff voters must also present 2 forms of I. D., one of which must be their CPS Employee I. D.