Jersey Community Unit School District 100

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Jersey Community Unit School District 100 is a public K-12 school district based in Jerseyville, Illinois. The school district consists of five attendance centers in two municipalities, serving students in most of Jersey County, Illinois, and a small portion of southern Greene County, Illinois.

District information[edit]

Total enrollment for the district is approximately 3,000 students each school year. The district area is 331.91 square miles (859.6 km2), making the school district the second largest in Illinois by area. The current superintendent is Lori Franke-Hopkins.

The district is governed by a seven-member school board.

Mission statement[edit]

"The Board of Education and personnel of Jersey Community Unit School District No. 100, in partnership with our students, parents and community, will provide students the opportunity to achieve their maximum potential through an educational climate that fosters accountability, fiscal responsibility, and excellence, while enhancing personal character."

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