Counseling & Support Services

Meet our Team


Bilingual Supports

¿Tus hijos están aprendiendo inglés? Ve el Distrito 50 Recursos de la Comunidad para los estudiantes de inglés y familias. (Are your children learning English? View the District 50 Community Resources for English Language Learners & Families.)



Are you currently transitioning between homes, living with a family member, or generally displaced from your permanent residence? If so, please contact the school in your district about enrolling your child(ren) to ensure they are still receiving a quality education! Fill out this Homeless Education Form and return it to the serving district in your area and contact their Homeless Education Liaison.


Homeschool Info for Famlies

If you are currently Homeschooling your child(ren), please use the provided resources on our county Regional Office of Education website for available resources and groups involved in Homeschool Education.


Please visit and access the multiple resources that our district and neighboring organizations provide for the students and families in our community!

For immediate assistance outside of school hours, please use or contact the resources below:
- Dial 988 for the Suicide & Crisis Hotline (formerly National Suicide Prevention Lifeline) or dial 1-800-273-8255 (
-Text HOME to 741741 from anywhere in the US, anytime, about any type of crisis for free, 24/7 crisis counseling.
-Emergency Response Services (ERS) 309-347-1148
-Partnership for a Healthy Community (
-211 (
-CARES Hotline 1-800-345-9049

Bullying Report Form

Are you having trouble with a friend, classmate, or other social situation. You don't have to tackle the challenge on your own. Fill out a Bullying Report form below if you are facing situations that are H.O.U.R. - Hurtful, One-Sided, Unfair, and Repeated

Family Supports

Crisis Services