Welcome to the Lincolnwood School District 74 Website,
I hope the information you find will help you learn more about the School District. Please visit often and let us know if we can answer any further questions.
Let me take this opportunity to introduce myself as the District’s new Superintendent of Schools. While this may be a new role for me, this is the beginning of my sixth year in Lincolnwood School District 74. Previously I served as the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction. I could not be more excited about being part of the Lincolnwood Community as we continue to grow and achieve together.
Personally, my husband and I have raised our family in the Township and our two boys competed with Lincoln Hall students. As they moved through Niles West, we always recognized the amazing talents and accomplishments of Lincolnwood children. The notion that my career has led me to Lincolnwood is such an honor. Now that are boys are grown men and navigating their own adult lives, we can reflect on the profound influence that “community” had in shaping their futures. Being part of such a strong learning community that values providing children with a wide variety of experiences is so important. As children make their way through the grade levels, the most critical trait the District can provide is the importance of continuous learning, curiosity and problem solving.
During the past five years the Community collectively created a five year Strategic Plan that provided the District with goals and objectives to guide our work. The start of this school year marks the fourth year of this plan. The District’s Team is working diligently to implement the remaining goals and look forward to establishing new targets in the future. The vision statement. Children empowered for life, sets the tone for the lifelong learning we want children to embrace.
Once again, please know the Team is here to serve the Lincolnwood Community and we will strive to guide the District to continued academic growth, fiscal responsibility and increased community collaboration.
Please stay in touch with the District’s happenings, sign up for the Community newsletters, visit our campus, join us at school events, and take a look at the ever changing website.
Together as one learning community,
Dr. Kimberly Nasshan
Superintendent of Schools