Roger AlveySuperintendent Illini Bluffs District #327

Dr. Roger Alvey is the superintendent of Illini Bluffs Unit School District #327, in Glasford, IL. His educational career began in 1992 as a high school science teacher and coach. He taught at two different districts for a total of 6 years, prior to becoming a middle school principal at age 28. Dr. Alvey has served as a superintendent for 19 years in three different districts.

Dr. Alvey currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Illinois Association of School Administrators (IASA), is the Treasurer for that organization, and is Director for the Central Illinois Valley (CIV) Region of the IASA. Dr. Alvey previously served as President of the CIV region, as well as Treasurer. He has served in leadership positions and on committees in both the Illinois Principals Association and the Illinois Elementary School Association.

Dr. Alvey has been proactive in leading school safety efforts in the Central Illinois Region, serving as the pilot district for unannounced active shooter drills as well as pioneering efforts to implement situational awareness drills in conjunction with the Peoria County Sheriff’s Office. He also serves as a member of the Mapleton Community Advisory Panel (CAP), focusing on guidelines for environmental, health, safety and security best management practices. He also serves on the Illinois Terrorism Task Force School Safety Working Group that makes school safety recommendations to the Governor of Illinois.

Reunification Drills – Next Level School Safety Preparedness

11/4/2021 1:30 – 2:30 PM

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