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The District 20 Board of Education consists of seven elected members who volunteer their time to work collaboratively to ensure that a balanced budget is maintained while providing students with the resources they need for success.
Board Member Elections
A School Board member must be, on the date of election or appointment, a United States citizen, at least 18 years of age, a resident of Illinois and the District for at least one year immediately preceding the election and a registered voter.
Reasons making an individual ineligible for Board membership include holding an incompatible office, and certain types of State or federal employment. A child sex offender, as defined in State law, is ineligible for School Board membership.
2021 School Board Elections
- Illinois School Board Elections will be held on Tuesday, April 6, 2021.
- The first day candidates can begin circulating petitions is Tuesday, September 22, 2020.
- The filing period for nomination packets for elected positions is Monday, December 14 through Monday, December 21, 2020.
- Key Dates for Prospective School Board Candidates
- Information about the 2021 election can be found at the Illinois Association of School Boards (IASB) website and the DuPage County Election Commission website.
Board Member Training
Illinois school board members must receive training in Professional Development Leadership (P.A. 97-8), Open Meetings Act (P.A. 97-504), and Performance Evaluation Reform Act. Please visit District 20 Board Member Training for more details.
Contact the Board
To contact the District 20 Board of Education, please send an email to BoardOfEducation@esd20.org
Board Member Profiles
Mrs. Weishaar has lived in District 20 since 2005 and has a 6th Grade student at Spring Wood and a 10th Grade student at Lake Park High School. She has also been involved in several other activities in the district: Climate and Culture Task Force (2013-15), Teacher Appreciation Committee (2014-15) and the Gifted Education Committee (2014).
She works as an Outreach Director for a non-profit, and earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Organizational Communication from Western Michigan University and a Certificate in Non Profit Management from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Mrs. Weishaar also volunteers as a Mentor for Imerman Angels, DuPage County PADS, and LPHS Girls Cross Country Team.
"I think the district's first belief statement describes my educational philosophy best: All students have unique strengths and talents, and excel in a rigorous, supportive environment."
Board Vice President
Mrs. Anderson was appointed to the Board of Education in 2017 and elected in April, 2019, and her current term will expire in 2021. She serves on the Keeneyville Experience: Student Life & Culture Committee for the Board.
Mrs. Anderson has lived in District 20 for 19 years. Her two daughters attended K-8th in the district, and her son is currently a student at Spring Wood. She grew up in Bloomingdale, IL where she was one of few African Americans in the town. She loves the diversity in this area and school district -- Keeneyville SD 20 is very unique and she is proud to be a part of it.
She works in marketing and sales at Covenant Living at the Holmstad and also has a Brokers License in Real Estate and a license in Adoption and Foster Care. Mrs. Anderson graduated from Northern Illinois University with a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology with an emphasis on criminology and a minor in Psychology.
"When I have a concern or see a need for change, I like to get involved. I am not one to sit on the sidelines and just talk or complain. I want to be involved and make things happen for the good of all."
Mrs. Dislers was first elected to the Board of Education in 2015 and her current term expires 2023. She serves on the SASED Committee, Board Policy Committee, and Calendar Committee for the Board.
Mrs. Dislers has lived in District 20 for over 14 years and her daughter is in 7th Grade at Spring Wood. She also has a son who recently graduated from Spring Wood. She is also involved in several other activities in the district, including Chair of Community Relations Committee, Meeting Unique Needs of Students, District Representative for SASED, Vice Chair for SASED Board of Control and SASED Governing Board Member.
She works as a Senior Vice President for Aspire Living with over 25 years experience serving people with disabilities. Mrs. Dislers earned her Masters in Health Psychology from National Louis University and is a graduate from the Center for Creative Leadership, Ladder to Leadership Program.
"I believe in transparency, quality and financial excellence for the district and am passionate about ensuring our team has resources they need to succeed in empowering students to learn and grow."
Mrs. Kuban was appointed to the Board of Education in the Fall of 2016, and was formally elected in April of 2017. Her current term expires in 2021. She serves on the Board Policy Committee, Board Calendar Committee, and the District Budget and Facilities Committee for the Board.
Mrs. Kuban has lived in District 20 for all but four years of her life. She is a parent of a current Waterbury Student, and a former District 20 student who now attends Lake Park High School. She has been on the Teacher Appreciation Committee for the Waterbury PTO for the past 3 years. She was also a co-leader for a Girl Scout Troop at Waterbury and Spring Wood.
She works as a Benefits Manager for a pharmaceutical company in Lake Zurich, where she has been employed for the last 10 years. Mrs. Kuban earned her Bachelors Degree in Corporate Communications from Northern Illinois University. She has volunteered as a Catechist at her church, teaching and assistant teaching grades 1-4. She also enjoys volunteering and donating supplies for Feed My Starving Children, PADS for the homeless, and Phil's Friends.
"I believe that every child is a unique individual that needs a secure, caring, and stimulating environment in which to grow and mature emotionally, intellectually, physically, and socially. My desire as a board member is to give students the tools to meet their fullest potential by providing an environment that is safe, collaborative, and supportive. I want District 20 to be a positive atmosphere that is committed to continuous improvement for all students, staff, and community members."
Terrance "Terry" Walloch
Mr. Walloch was first elected to the Board of Education in April 2017 and his current term expires in 2021. He currently serves on the Health and Wellness Committee, the Collaboration and Communication Committee, and the District Budget and Facilities Committee for the Board.
Mr. Walloch has lived in District 20 for 26 years and is a parent of 8th Grade twins at Spring Wood Middle School. He has been actively involved in the community, including as a member of the Village of Roselle, Zoning Board of Appeals for 19 years, and various ad hoc committees of the Village of Roselle.
He works as a Civil Engineer on transportation related projects, ranging from intersections to expressways and tollways. He earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil & Environmental Engineering from UW-Madison. His experience includes: Professional Engineer, Professional Traffic Operations Engineer, 1st Lieutenant in the Wisconsin Army National Guard (1986-1922), and Assistant Scout Master for Troop 408.
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