Social Media

District 155, its schools, teachers, and programs maintain a presence on social media sites including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube. We use these accounts to spread information and connect with our students, parents, and community. Information posted by the District will be open and honest. In turn, we hope comments posted will be respectful, factual and constructive. 

Personal insults against any individual will be deleted, as will posts that violate the privacy of others or Facebook’s Statement of Rights and Responsibilities. Examples include unauthorized commercial solicitations; posts that bully, intimidate, or harass; content that is hateful, threatening, pornographic, or contains violence; or any post that is unlawful, misleading, malicious, or discriminatory. If more than one post by the same individual must be deleted, the District reserves the right to block that individual from the page.

Community High School District 155
CHSD155 Facebook
CHSD155 Instagram
CHSD155 Twitter
District 155 YouTube

Cary-Grove High School
Cary-GroveHighSchool Facebook
CaryGroveHS Twitter

Crystal Lake Central High School
CrystalLakeCentralHS Facebook
CLCentralHS Twitter

Crystal Lake South High School
cls_gators Instagram
CrystalLakeSouthHS Facebook
CLSouthHS Twitter

Prairie Ridge High School
PrairieRidgeHighSchool Facebook
PrairieRidgeHS Twitter

Haber Oaks Campus
HaberOaksCampus Twitter

Parents should be aware that the district has clear expectations on the use of these technologies by employees. Teachers or other staff members should never "friend" your child on Facebook, Twitter, or any other site. We ask that you understand that our teachers do this to maintain communications transparency. However, you and your student are encouraged to "follow" or "like" the professional teacher and activity accounts.

Employees also may maintain personal accounts used for professional development or other personal communications efforts. Regardless of the purpose of the account, the district does not endorse any information shared on a site like Twitter or Facebook. Individuals may post information related to their class or activities, but opinions, information, and links posted to these accounts are not endorsed or approved by District 155. Employees' posts to social media accounts reflect the opinions of the poster, and do not represent the opinions or endorsements of District 155 and its schools or programs.