In March 2020, voters approved a $30.7 million bond referendum to allow Lake Villa Community Consolidated School District 41 to pay for much-needed improvements for the maintenance and infrastructure of our District’s schools.
Last year, many projects were completed in each of the four schools. Because of the age of the facilities, most of the work occurred at Hooper and Palombi schools. This summer, both schools renovated their kitchens and cafeteria facilities to create more student space and update 50-year-old food preparation equipment. Additional lighting was installed in the parking lot areas. At Hooper, the entire bus lot and parent drop-off areas were reconfigured to facilitate the safety of students.
The Board of Education again would like to thank our community for investing in the education of our students and providing our excellent teachers with the best learning and teaching environment we possibly can.