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  • Board of Education Mission Statement

    The Community Consolidated School District 93 Board of Education is dedicated to supporting the District's mission by setting goals, developing policy, monitoring progress, and evaluating performance with a focus on the achievement and best interests of all stakeholders.

    The Role of Board of Education Members

    The District is governed by a Board of Education consisting of seven (7) members elected to serve terms of four years. Illinois school board elections are generally held in April of odd-numbered years.  Staggered terms of members are structured so that three or four seats are open at each election.  The Board's powers and duties include the broad authority to adopt and enforce all necessary policies for the management and government of the public schools. 

    Members of the Board of Education serve without compensation.  Actual and necessary travel and other expenses incurred by Board members while on approved district business will be reimbursed according to Board Policy.

    Members of the Board of Education should endeavor to attend all meetings, discuss items presented on the agenda, suggest other items for consideration, and vote upon motions presented.  Board members shall be non-partisan in dealing with school matters, and shall place the education of children above any partisan principal, group interest, or personal ambition.

    Attendance and participation in local, state and national meetings designed to acquaint Board members with issues in public education, with new or proposed legislation, with policy development and administration of a school system, and with efficient Board operation shall be encouraged.

    Board members also shall be encouraged to read current journals and other pertinent educational materials.

    Official action by Board members must occur at a duly called and legally conducted meeting.  A "Meeting" is defined as any gathering of the majority of a quorum of the Board or a majority of a quorum of any committee of the Board for the purpose of discussing school district business. 

    Board members, as individuals, have no authority over school affairs, except as provided by law or as authorized by the Board. 

    A primary function of the Board of Education in District 93 is to provide educational programs for each student, giving them the opportunity to develop to their fullest capacity in the areas of mental, physical, and emotional needs. 

Board Member Profiles

  • Scott Stone - Board President

    Scott Stone - Board Member

    Scott Stone has been a Board Member since May 2013, served as Vice President for three years, and assumed the role of President in March 2022. He and his wife Janice have lived in Carol Stream since 1998. They have two children who graduated from District 93.

    Mr. Stone has served on District 93’s District Learning Team, Facilities Committee, Boundaries Committee, Special Education Parent Advisory Group, Jay Stream STEM Lab Design Committee, and the Board Policy Customization Committee. He currently serves on the Finance Committee and is part of the Portrait of a Graduate Process.


    Dr. Kristen Davia - Board Vice President


    Dr. Kristen Davia joined the School Board in 2023.


    Jay Bastian - Board Member

    JB - Board Member

    Jay Bastian joined the School Board in 2023.


    Marideth Groves - Board Member


    Marideth Groves joined the School Board in 2023.


    Josh Payton - Board Member


    Josh Payton joined the School Board in 2023.


    Allison Williams - Board Member


    Allison Williams joined the School Board in 2023.


    Jessica Zolmierski - Board Member

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    Jessica Zolmierski has been a Board Member since 2021. She resides in Carol Stream with her husband Adam, son and daughter. Mrs. Zolmierski has resided in Carol Stream for the majority of her life, having attended CCSD93 schools herself.