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Board of Education

Fenton Community High School District 100 cordially invites all community members to attend meetings of the Board of Education. Regular meetings are held on the third or fourth Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at Fenton High School. Call or e-mail Interim Superintendent Sam Bentsen at 630-860-6284 or for more information.
All Regular, Special and Committee Board of Education Meetings are open to the public with the exception of closed sessions, which are conducted to discuss matters such as personnel, collective bargaining matters, student discipline, pending or probable litigation and the sale or lease of property. All Board action takes place in open session. Notice of all meetings and agendas is posted on the website, at the Business and Main Offices, and provided to the local media.


Board Policies 

Board Meeting Dates

Board Book Agendas and Minutes

SEE OUR previously recorded board meeting videos 

To email the entire District 100 Board of Education, please click here or send an email to Individual email addresses and additional information can be obtained by clicking on the particular board member's name below.

Executive Officers


Cary Lewis

Cary Lewis
Term expires: 2027


Juliet Rago

Juliet Rago
Vice President
Term expires: 2025


Leonel Figueroa

Leonel Figueroa
Term expires: 2027

Board Members


Board Member Reid Goodrich

Reid Goodrich
Term expires: 2027


Sylvia Hayde

Sylvia Hayde
Term expires: 2025


Kent Kovac

Kent Kovac
Term expires: 2025


John Radzinski

John Radzinski
Term expires: 2025

All of the above board members are currently in compliance with the Open Meetings Act (OMA) training as required under 5 ILCS 120/1.05, P.A. 97-504. In addition, they are currently in compliance with the 4-hour mandatory Professional Development Leadership Training (PDLT) and the Performance Evaluation Reform Act (PERA) training, as required under 105 ILCS 5/10-16a, P.A. 97-8 and 105 ILCS 5/24-16.5 within the first year of their current term.

Their certificates were issued by the Illinois Association of School Boards (IASB) and are on file in the office of the Superintendent at 1000 W Green Street, Bensenville, Il 60106.

Regular Board of Education Meeting Dates

 July 1, 2023 through June 30, 2024
7:00 PM
Academic Resource Center (ARC)
1000 W Green Street
Bensenville, IL 60106
July **July 26, 2023
August *August 23, 2023
September **September 27, 2023
October **October 25, 2023
November **November 15, 2023
December **December 20, 2023
January *January 24, 2024
February February 28, 2024
March March 20, 2024
April **April 24, 2024
May May 22, 2024
June June 26, 2024
 #Rescheduled Meeting# / **Added
*Tentative Board Policy Committee Meeting scheduled prior to regular Board Meeting (time to be determined) 
 **Tentative Board Finance Committee Meeting scheduled prior to regular Board Meeting (time to be determined)
 ***Tentative Board DEI Committee Meeting scheduled prior to regular Board Meeting (time to be determined)
 **Changed from Board Policy to Board Finance/Facilities Meeting
 *Added Board Policy Meeting

All agendas can be found on Board Book Premier. 

Board Book Agendas and Minutes

Regularly scheduled board meetings are streamed live on our YouTube channel. 

SEE OUR previously recorded board meeting videos 


Powers and duties of the School Board generally include*:

  • Developing and adopting School Board policies (subject to collective bargaining agreements and State/federal law);
  • Approving personnel;
  • Directing, through policy, the Superintendent in her charge of the District’s administration;
  • Approving the annual budget, tax levies, major expenditures, payment of obligations, annual audit, and other aspects of the District’s financial operation;
  • Entering contracts using the public bidding procedure when required;
  • Providing and maintaining adequate physical facilities;
  • Approving curriculum, textbooks and educational services;
  • Evaluating the educational program and approving School/District Improvement Plans;
  • Establishing and supporting student discipline policies; and
  • Establishing the school year.


A portion of each regular school board meeting is designated to recognize visitors and provide them an opportunity to address the Board. The Board requests that the Rules of Procedure are read prior to addressing the Board publicly.


  1. Community members wishing to be heard by the Board MUST sign in before the commencement of the meeting. The Board President will call upon you to speak during the “Delegations” portion of the agenda. When it is your turn to be heard, please state your name and the question or comment you would like to make. Your comments must be limited to three minutes.
  2. Please do not mention staff members or students by name. The proper protocol for lodging concerns would be teacher, principal, superintendent. All concerns brought directly to the Board will be relegated back to the proper party responsible for the issue.
  3. No action will be taken in response to a petition at a Board meeting. Petitions will be referred to the Superintendent for consideration and recommendation of appropriate action.
  4. Please be respectful and civil toward others. Silence of audience members during the meeting is appreciated so that the business of the Board of Education can be conducted without distraction.

* This represents only a partial listing of the guidelines. All guidelines are subject to change at the direction of the Board President.