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District 230 Foundation seeking Legacy Hall nominations

The District 230 Foundation is seeking nominations for prominent alumni who have used their education and experience at Carl Sandburg, Amos Alonzo Stagg, and Victor J. Andrew high schools to become successful, positive contributors to society. The annual Legacy Hall dinner is an opportunity to recognize and honor the District 230 graduates. Applications for nominations can be found at http://www.d230foundation.org/ under the “Legacy Hall” tab. All nominations must be received by July 1.

The District 230 Foundation’s Legacy Hall was established to recognize and showcase graduates who exemplify the core mission of District 230: adults prepared to realize their life-long potential in an ever-changing world. Inductees also provide students with role models who know and share the same traditions of our community and school system. 

Legacy Hall inductees are invited to return to their alma maters to spend a day with students interested in their field of expertise. “Dozens of classes and hundreds of students have an opportunity to speak to inductees one-on-one, an experience the students and inductees will not soon forget, and a practice District 230 hopes to continue,” said Superintendent Dr. Robert Nolting.

The 2024 Legacy Hall dinner will be held Friday, November 1, at Silver Lake Country Club in Orland Park. Tickets for the event go on sale in October. This will be the District 230 Foundation’s 18th Legacy Hall dinner.