Student Services

Student Services provide resources to students and families of District 129 to support in academic, social, emotional and physical growth in a safe and healthy environment. We are dedicated to supporting our students and families to help all students become successful learners and to be college and career ready when they graduate high school. Student Services includes the offices of Behavior, Counseling and Equity & Access.

Student Handbooks

Student Technology

Enrollment & Registration

To enroll your current or new student, please visit the Admissions Department page.

Graduation & Secondary Education

For information on graduation information and college planning, please visit Student Services page.

Equity & Access

Ways To Improve Healthy Living

Washing Your Hands
stay home when sick
Lavar Manos
Enfermo en Casa
Cubierta para la Cara
Cloth Face Coverings

Did you know that Kane County has its own hotline that connects its residents with assistance programs related to:

  • Rent Assistance
  • Utility Assistance
  • Low Income Housing
  • Food Assistance
  • Transportation Assistance
  • Emotional Support
  • Homeless Shelter/Services
  • Child Care Services
  • Clothing
  • Legal Aid
  • Counseling Services

Just dial 2-1-1!

Marti Neahring

Marti Neahring

Director of Student Services
Administration Office
Administration
Brenda Gonzalez

Brenda Gonzalez

Office Professional, Admissions
Administration Office