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Family & Community Engagement

There are many opportunities to get involved with the Rock Island-Milan School District. RIMSD#41 also asks for community representation in Coffee & Conversation forums, the annual district satisfaction survey and in the RIMSD #41 strategic plan.
 

Volunteering, Adopt-A-School

 
Virginia Jarrett, District Family and Community Engagement Coordinator, manages the Adopt-A-School partner program, First Day Project School Supply Drive and works with organizations through the “Check and Connect” program for after-school programs. The Rock Island-Milan Community "Check and Connect" is an affiliation of educators, service providers and private citizens who are interested in enriching the lives of children in the Rock Island-Milan School District. 
 
 
Contact Virginia at 309-793-5900 x280 or email Virginia.Jarrett@rimsd41.org
 

School District Leadership Team 

The School District Leadership Team meets twice a month and engages staff, parents, Board of Education members and community members. For more information contact the Administration Center, 309-793-5900 x210. 
 

Superintendents Communication Council 

The Superintendents Communication Council is made up of parent representatives (two from each school building) who meet with the Superintendent once a month during the school year. The goal of the council is to provide an avenue of information for parents to share with other parents at the building level and identify educational concerns from a parent perspective. For more information or to serve on the Superintendent's Communication Council, call 309-793-5900 x210.
Family & Community Engagement
 
Rock Island-Milan School District #41 Administration Center
2101 6th Avenue
Rock Island, IL 61201 
Phone: 309-793-5900 x280
 
Family & Community Engagement Coordinator 
Virginia Jarrett 
VOLUNTEER APPLICATION The school district welcomes adults who want to volunteer at their child’s school or who want to participate in a workplace volunteer program with the Adopt-A-School program. 

Volunteers must fill out an application and go through a background check before they will be able to help out at a school building.