• Central Community Unit School District #301

    Central Community Unit School District #301



    About Us

    Central Community Unit School District 301 is a school district located mainly in Kane County, Illinois. It serves Burlington, Lily Lake, and portions of Elgin, Campton Hills, and Pingree Grove, as well as several unincorporated areas such as Bowes, North Plato, Plato Center, and Udina. In 2017, the district serves 4150 students across seven schools.

    Innovative Source of Funds for the Entire 301 Central Community Unit School District

    The 301 Central Education Foundation (Foundation) is a non-profit 501(C)(3) tax-exempt corporation established in January 2008. The first organization of its kind in our community, the Foundation is dedicated to enriching, enhancing and supporting 301 Central Community Unit School District (District). The Foundation operates independently from the District for the sole purpose of promoting excellence in education for the benefit and enrichment of District students. Since the inception of the Central Education Foundation nearly $60,000 has been awarded to date.
    Grants to District initiatives and scholarships are made possible by a generous community of donors. It is through this community participation, now and in the future, that will allow the Foundation to continue to Give to Grow, and fund programs and projects which supplement the educational opportunities available to students equally throughout the District.


    Engage the mid, empower the learner, inspire excellence, influence the world
    Dream It Fund It Build It Central 301 Education Foundation

    Rep/Contact Info

    Mrs. Dee Hamphill
    Foundation Member
    • Phone: (847) 464-6005
    Ms. Pam Israelson
    • Phone: (847) 464-6005
    Dr. Esther Mongan
    Assistant Superintendent
    • Phone: (847) 464-6005
    Dan Polowy
    • Phone: (847) 464-6005
    Mrs. Laura Rabe
    School Board Member
    • Phone: (847) 464-6005
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