DEA October Teachers of the Month

Congratulations to the DEA October Teachers of the month!

  • Kim Bork
  • Lisa Guenther
  • Carrie King
  • Luke Ravlin
  • Evan Thorpe

DEA September Teachers of the Month

Congratulations to all!!

Dan Crawford from DHS is being honored for his caring and collaborative attitude toward his students and colleagues.

Kellie Glenn from Jefferson is being honored for being willing to go above and beyond to provide exciting opportunities and experiences for students, like the PBIS video she created.

Jill Marciniec from DHS is being honored for working very hard to develop curriculum for her classes.

Kim Munson from DHS is being honored for being such a valuable, kind, caring asset to her co-teachers and students.

Mike Olson from DHS is being honored for giving of his time and talent in various venues and reaching a variety of students by motivated them in their individual creativity.

Teacher of the Month Nomination Forms/DEA meeting dates and locations

DEA will be honoring Teachers of the Month. Employees of Dixon Public Schools will have the opportunity to recognize/nominate teachers by submitting a nomination form. The forms will be collected and entered into a drawing. One nomination form will be drawn at random. All teachers that are nominated will receive a copy of the nomination form. The Teacher of the Month will receive a gift card to be used at a local business. Nomination forms are due the Friday before the DEA Representative Assembly Meeting. The drawing will occur at the DEA Rep meeting the following Wednesday. Forms may be sent through courier to DeeDee Cibu at DHS in the counseling office or emailed to her at
You can download a copy of the nomination form hereteacher-of-the-month
DEA meetings for the remainder of the 2017-18 school year are as follows:
October 18, 2017 (Washington Cafeteria)
November 15, 2017 (Jefferson Library)
December 13, 2017 (Room 124 at DHS)
January 17, 2018 (Washington Cafeteria)
February 14, 2018 (RMS/Madison Library)
March 14, 2018 (RMS/Madison Library)
April 18, 2018 (Jefferson Library)
May 9, 2018 (Room 124 at DHS)

Notice to Employees Regarding Religious Dissent to Fair Share Fees for 2017-2018

Notice to employees regarding religious dissent to fair share fees for 2017-2018

Notice to Employees from the Illinois Educational Labor Relations Board

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DEA May Teachers of the Month

Congratulations to all of our May Teachers of the Month!

  • Wendy Fitzanko – from DHS is being recognized for her work in developing a curriculum that enables students to be successful and has students learning about culture as well as the language she teaches.
  • Kelly Gingras – from DHS demonstrates her desire in preparing her students for life after high school, preparing her students in their quest for employment
  • Lisa Guenther – from DHS is a leader among teachers and is always willing to share her knowledge and research of technology with others.
  • Davin Roach – from DHS is being honored for how he incorporates technology, sets high expectations for all students, and never loses sight of what is most important:  the education of our students.

DEA April Teachers of the Month

Congratulations to all of our April Teachers of the Month!

  • Lee Eastman – does a great job developing lesson that are applicable to adult life and making personal connections to students’ interests and activities.
  • Jennifer Hall – with a positive attitude and helpfulness, is an asset to anyone she works with, students and teachers alike.
  • Emilie Henkel – does an awesome job at differentiating and modifying for all special education students in her classroom.
  • Jane Kosick – changes her energy, humor, and approach to get the children what they need. She does the same for the staff.
  • Sue Johnson – always remains positive, firm and loving – just what her students need.
  • Dave Stanley – does a great job developing cross-curricular lessons with students.
  • Kim Stanley – works hard to collaborate and meet the needs of her children. She is thorough and dependable.