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Para una versión en español del blog, por favor vea la parte inferior de esta página D187 is proud to focus on celebrating Black History Month each February, and we believe that Black history should be part of our curriculum throughout the entire year. The contributions and accomplishments of African Americans are as much a…read more
Para una versión en español del blog, por favor vea la parte inferior de esta página Our mission is to empower each child to write their own story of success, and to prepare each child, academically and socially, to pursue and realize their unique purpose. District 187’s mission statement says it all. Our job is to…read more
Para una versión en español del blog, por favor vea la parte inferior de esta página D187 is lucky to have an exceptional team of special education professionals who work with students in every grade, supporting them in whatever ways necessary. This work is expansive and complex, with teams of adults working together to support…read more
Para una versión en español del blog, por favor vea la parte inferior de esta página The expression “it takes a village to raise a child” is well-worn because it is indeed true. District 187 relies on a host of partners to help us do whatever it takes to support the well-being and success of…read more
John Price is a career educator who brings to D187 his commitment to do whatever it takes to ensure educational excellence and equity for all students. He has taught 3-8 graders in all subject areas in Illinois and California. He also served as a literacy coordinator, assistant principal and then principal at Audubon Elementary School in Chicago. Under his leadership, Audubon earned the distinguished Blue Ribbon Award for Excellence from the U.S. Department of Education for outstanding improvement of student learning. John moved into district leadership for the Chicago Public Schools serving as a regional superintendent, supervising elementary and high schools for three years before leaving to become the Assistant Superintendent in Evanston. John came to North Chicago in July of 2017. In his time in North Chicago John has focused on dramatically improving student achievement across the district. The district has set, and started to achieve, ambitious goals for student growth.
A California native, John lives in Chicago with his wife and two children. When not at work, John enjoys spending time with his family outdoors, and attending dance and soccer practices. John also spends his free time reading and training for 5K and 10K races.