Rock Island-Milan School District 41

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Rock Island-Milan School District No. 41
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Rock Island, Illinois
United States
District information
Type Public School District
Established 1858 (1858)
President Ms. Linda Dothard
Superintendent Dr. Michael Oberhaus
Students and staff
Colors           Crimson, Gold
Other information

Rock Island-Milan School District No. 41 is a Public School District serving the Rock Island, Illinois and Milan, Illinois areas of the Quad Cities. Dr. Michael Oberhaus, Ed.D, serves as the current superintendent.


The school district's current key administrative staff include:

Board of Education[edit]

The district, alike most, is governed by a board of education. The current district BOE members are:[1]

Voting Members[edit]


The Rock Island-Milan School District is currently home to thirteen schools. One high school, two junior high schools, nine elementary schools, and one alternative education center.

High school[edit]

Junior High schools[edit]

Elementary schools[edit]

  • Earl Hanson Elementary
  • Eugene Field Elementary
  • Ridgewood Elementary
  • Denkmann Elementary
  • Longfellow Elementary
  • Francis Willard Elementary
  • Thomas Jefferson Elementary
  • Rock Island Academy
  • Rock Island Center for Math and Science (Newly built, circa 2010)

Other schools[edit]

  • S.K.I.P. and E.D.R. at the Horace Mann Early Learning Center (day care, preschool, special education)
  • Thurgood Marshall Learning Center

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Rock Island-Milan Board of Education". Board of Education (Rock Island-Milan School District No. 41). 1 July 2010. Retrieved 30 July 2010. 

External links[edit]