Evanston/Skokie School District 65 welcomes new administrators
EVANSTON – Evanston/Skokie School District 65 is welcoming two new administrators, Concepcion Calderon and Demetra Disotuar, who were appointed by the Board of Education Monday, Aug. 20. Calderon will act as the bilingual coordinator and Disotuar will act as the interim literacy coordinator.
Prior to her role as bilingual coordinator, Calderon had experience as a middle school teacher at the Calmeca Academy of Fine Arts and Dual Language and as a bilingual lead teacher at Rodolfo Lozano Bilingual Center, both in Chicago. She has a masters in educational leadership from American College of Education and a masters in education from Northern Illinois University.
Disotuar is a veteran District 65 employee, serving the past two years as the district's RTI specialist. Previous to her time with District 65 she was a literacy coach in Skokie District 73.5 for three years, prior to which she was again at District 65 for nine years as a reading specialist and literacy coach. She has a masters in education in curriculum and instruction and an Ed. S in educational leadership, both from National-Louis University.
District 65 serves 7,000 students in Evanston and Skokie. For more information on the positions, or the school district, call Communications Director Pat Markham at 847-859-8100.