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Annual School Report

CCSD62 2022 Annual Report

Message from Dr. Amadei

Dear District 62 Community,

I’m excited to introduce you to our 2022 Annual Report, a closer look at all that has happened here in District 62 as it relates to our five-year Strategic Plan. This report is a reflection of the critical work that has been happening since our Strategic Plan was adopted by the Board of Education in June of 2018. The 2022-2023 school year marks Year 5 of our plan and I am confident that we will conclude the year stronger than ever.

In July of 2022, I officially began my role as your new Superintendent of Schools.

I'm so fortunate to lead a district that is made up of staff that do so much for students each and every day.

This annual report highlights all of our accomplishments as they pertain to the goals of our five-year strategic plan.

Last school year was unique as we began to slowly transition out of a global pandemic, working hard to keep children engaged in our classroom while also supporting our staff, ensuring that they were working in a collaborative environment.

I am very excited about our future here in District 62. We are focused on several key initiatives that are centered around supporting children with their academic as well as social emotional needs. Our team is also very focused on enhancing our safety measures in the district.

I recognize the importance of connecting with our families and community. I've been working hard to maintain a presence in our schools and throughout our community and will continue to foster relationships with all of you.

Our school district is part of this community and it's important we establish those genuine relationships as we unite together to support public education.

Thank you for your support of Community Consolidated School District 62.


Michael Amadei, Ed. D.
Superintendent of Schools

District 62 Board of Education

Photo of the CCSD62 Board of Education

From left to right: Stephanie Duckmann, Dr. Kelly Morrissey, Jeanette Weller, President Ronald Burton, Tina Garett, Vice President Beth Morley and Elizabeth Massa.

Fast Facts About District 62






Low income students


English learner students


Special education students





75% Master's Degree or higher

Teacher retention



2022 Student

WHITE 38.1% / 1,605 46.4% / 866,540
BLACK 4.1% / 171 16.6% / 310,464
HISPANIC 41.1% / 1,733 27.2% / 508,549
ASIAN 12.9% / 545 5.4% / 100,564
AM. INDIAN Redacted 0.3% / 4,756
PACIFIC ISLANDER Redacted 0.1% / 1,851
TWO OR MORE 3.5% / 147 4.1% / 76,601