School and Staff Social Media Directory

  • There are many ways to get the latest news and information about District 200 schools — and social media makes it easy! We support and encourage active use of social media by our teachers, coaches, sponsors and administrators. Review the social media accounts below, and take advantage of a great opportunity to show your support for our schools and participate in an open exchange of information and ideas!

    Please use our hashtag #YourCommunitySchools to see a collection of our stories!

    Social Media Guidelines
    Please do not post unauthorized commercial solicitations (such as spam), bully, intimidate or harass any user, post content that is hateful, threatening, pornographic, or that contains nudity or graphic or gratuitous violence, or do anything unlawful, misleading, malicious, or discriminatory on District 200 social media accounts. In other words, please abide by the following guidelines when posting comments on our social media pages:

    • Be respectful. Personal attacks or derogatory comments aimed at specific individuals, employees or students are not permitted.
    • Be polite. Avoid language that is abusive or inappropriate, including remarks that are racist, sexist, sexually explicit or obscene.
    • Be relevant. Do not post comments that advertise or promote a product, service or political candidate. Spam, commercial advertisements or content unrelated to the school district may be removed.
    • Be factual. Blatantly inaccurate, libelous or false information will be removed. Postings must comply with applicable copyright rules and laws.

    PLEASE NOTE: All comment postings are at the discretion of the page administrator and may be removed if any of the above guidelines are disrespected. Privacy settings for the District 200 Facebook page do not allow for original posts; only posts in response to previous posts by the school district will be viewable to other readers. 

    Please do not use social media in place of standard communication practices, such as contacting a school educator to share personal issues and concerns.