Upcoming Events
To promote and instill the love of learning.
Message to the Community:
The Cook County School District 104 School Board values community input. Time is set aside during each regular board meeting to allow for public comment. The School Board invites you to attend their meetings to learn more about our district and provide feedback. Community members may also email the Board of Education at any time using the following link: Email school board

  • Attention Substitute Teachers!!!
    Cook County School District 104 is now an Aesop user!
  • Walsh Community Meet and Greet With Principal Candidate Finalists

    Dear Walsh Parents, Community and Staff:

    Mr. Fee, Walsh School Principal, will be retiring at the end of the 2017-18 school year.  The district has been interviewing candidates to fill the vacancy and has identified two finalists.  Prior to making a final decision I invite you to meet and talk to the two candidates so that you too can provide feedback about each.  The event information is listed below.

    When:   Wednesday, April 5th & Thursday, April 6th 4:00 to 5:00 PM

    What:  “Walsh Community Meet & Greet”

    • Ms. Christine Smith on Wednesday, April 5th

    • Ms. Guillermina Arteaga on Thursday, April 6th

     Where:  Walsh Elementary Cafeteria

    I hope that you can take advantage of this opportunity to meet and talk to the final two candidates for the principal position.

2016-17 Board Meetings
June 14, 2016  Heritage/Graves 
July 12, 2016  Heritage/Graves 
August 9, 2016  Heritage/Graves
September 13, 2016  Walsh School 
October 11, 2016  Heritage/Graves
November 8, 2016  Heritage/Graves 
December 13, 2016  Heritage/Graves 
January 10, 2017  Heritage/Graves 
February 14, 2017  Walker School 
March 14, 2017  Heritage/Graves
April 11, 2017  Wharton School 
May 9, 2017  Heritage/Graves

About Us
Cook County School District 104 can trace its roots back to 1864, the year in which the District opened its first school. The District has a rich history of academic excellence serving the communities of Summit, Bedford Park, and a portion of Bridgeview. There are five schools in the District including a Pre-kindergarten program, three Kindergarten through 4th Grade Schools, a 5th Grade Center, and a Middle School. Current enrollment is just under 1,800 students served by a District staff of just under 250 employees across its five buildings.