D.202 Talks is the district's official podcast

D. 202 Talks

"D. 202 Talks" shares important information with District 202 families, taxpayers and the community through interesting conversations with key district leaders.

NEW! VIDCAST EPISODE #11
District 202 talks with a high school Student Ambassador
In January 2019, District 202 created a high school Student Ambassador group comprising one student from each of the four District 202 high schools. Each month, the Ambassadors share information and perspectives with the Board of Education about school life and student issues, and propose initiatives and programs from a student perspective. A year later, district administrators and one of the original Student Ambassadors review the program’s mission; discuss its function, progress and value; and share ideas for the group’s future

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NEW! PODCAST EPISODE #11
District 202 talks with a high school Student Ambassador
In January 2019, District 202 created a high school Student Ambassador group comprising one student from each of the four District 202 high schools. Each month, the Ambassadors share information and perspectives with the Board of Education about school life and student issues, and propose initiatives and programs from a student perspective. A year later, district administrators and one of the original Student Ambassadors review the program’s mission; discuss its function, progress and value; and share ideas for the group’s future

VIDCAST EPISODE #10
Tom Hernandez sits down with representatives of the Wilco Center.
Not every student wants or needs to go directly to college after high school. The Wilco Area Career Center helps students enter the workplace by providing hands-on vocational skills taught by real-life employees in dozens of careers, ranging from Auto Service to Culinary Arts to Fire Science and many more. What’s more, students often earn dual college credit for their Wilco class work with area universities. Wilco is truly a “hidden gem” among the many ways District 202 prepares its students for the future.

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PODCAST EPISODE #10
Tom Hernandez sits down with representatives of the Wilco Center.
Not every student wants or needs to go directly to college after high school. The Wilco Area Career Center helps students enter the workplace by providing hands-on vocational skills taught by real-life employees in dozens of careers, ranging from Auto Service to Culinary Arts to Fire Science and many more. What’s more, students often earn dual college credit for their Wilco class work with area universities. Wilco is truly a “hidden gem” among the many ways District 202 prepares its students for the future.