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About District 12

A member of the Illinois Association of School Boards, Roselle School District 12 has been serving the community for more than 100 years. Approximately 700 students attend the district's two schools: Spring Hills  Elementary (k-5) and Roselle Middle School, grades 6-8. With more than 80 teachers and instructional aides, District 12 is a highly regarded area school district with a high percentage of adults per child. Its fine arts, EL and special education inclusion programs are highly regarded throughout the DuPage County community. District 12 works with both private industry and community governmental groups to share ideas, resources and research - actively participating in the Bloomingdale-Roselle Rotary, Roselle Chamber of Commerce and the PBIS Network of Schools.

District 12 is located in DuPage County, approximately 15 miles west of Chicago. Students residing in the Village of  Roselle
attend the district's schools. . District 12 students graduate to Lake Park High School in nearby Roselle. 

District 12 provides its students with the traditional academic curriculum of mathematics, science, social studies, language arts, music, art and physical education as well as a robust system of interventions and personalized learning.  Classroom studies are enhanced by Instructional Media Centers and state-of-the-art technology and learning garden space.  Students are also offered special services such as counseling, health care, special education, acceleration and EL services. . In addition to a highly dedicated staff, the district is assisted by a team of committed volunteers, serving the schools as members of the parent-teacher organization (PTO).  District 12 is a member of the Northern DuPage Special Education Cooperative (NDSEC).
District 12 has an operating budget of approximately $12 Million.
Documents or Categories of Records for Immediate Disclosure
Please note that the following documents/records are available on the D12 website (
  • Annual Budget
  • Levy
  • Board Policy Manual (available in electronic format on the D12 website under the  Board of Education Tab on the homepage
  • Collective Bargaining Agreement
  • Salary Reports
  • Annual Audit
  • Parent/Student Handbook


District 12 Records Information 

Please contact Mrs. JoAnn Dumelle at 630-529-2091 with any questions regarding records maintenance and destruction.


FOIA Requests 

Written requests may be submitted to the district's FOIA Officer by personal delivery, mail, fax, or e-mail using the following format:

Procedure for submitting Freedom of Information Act requests:

Written requests may be submitted to the district's FOIA Officer by personal delivery, mail, fax, or e-mail and should include the following information:

  • Name  of Person Making the Request
  • Date of the Request
  • Information Requested (please be as specific as possible as this will assist with processing the request)
  • Address of Person Making the Request
  • Email Address of Person Making the Request (optional)
  • Phone Number of Person Making the Request (optional) 

FOIA requests for public records should be directed to:

Dr. Mary Henderson, Freedom of Information Officer
Roselle School District 12
100 E. Walnut St. Roselle Il 60172
630-529-2467 (fax)
[email protected] 

Persons making a request for copies of public records must pay any applicable copying fee. No fees shall be charged for the first 50 pages of black and white, letter or legal sized copies. After the first 50 pages of black and white, letter or legal sized copies shall be 5 cents per page.

In addition to copying fees, persons making a request for a commercial purpose as defined in FOIA, must pay a fee of $10 for each hour spent by personnel in searching for and retrieving the record. However, no fees shall be charged for the first eight hours spent by personnel in searching for or retrieving a requested record. Whenever the District charges any fees to a requester making a commercial request, the Freedom of Information Officer shall provide the requester with an accounting of all fees, costs, and personnel hours in connection with the request for public records.

D12 Kindergarten Program Information

 Beginning in the 2019-2020 school year, D12 will be offering a Full Day Kindergarten Program.  Parents who desire a half-day kindergarten program are encouraged to contact the building principal as soon as possible.  Core academic areas will be the focus of the morning to the greatest extent possible, however the afternoon will also focus on necessary skills, standards and instruction needed to prepare students for Grade 1 and beyond. 
During the 2016-2017 and 2017-2018 school years, D12 will provide students with a half-day kindergarten program. For more information, please contact Spring Hills Principal, Lew Girmscheid at [email protected]