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Fund established for Kaneland grad’s cancer battle

ELBURN—Longtime Elburn resident, 2000 Kaneland graduate, football player, husband, brain cancer patient. All of those things describe Mike Reynertson. All who know him know he’s a fighter. And after 12 long years, six surgeries, chemotherapy and radiation treatments, he’s still fighting Stage 3 brain cancer. At the age of 33, Reynertson should be enjoying life… Keep Reading


Sixth-grader’s solo concert to benefit KAI

ELBURN—Kaneland Middle School sixth-grader Bailey Cates will perform a solo guitar and piano concert on Sunday, Aug. 17, to benefit the Kaneland Arts Initiative. Bailey has attended KAI’s Fine Arts Festival every year since she was 5 years old. She said she is excited about her upcoming performance, and is happy to be doing it… Keep Reading


Kaneland Foundation golf outing Sept. 18

SUGAR GROVE—The 21st Annual Kaneland Foundation Golf Outing, which will take place from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 18, at Bliss Creek Golf Course, 1 Golfview Drive, Sugar Grove. Check-in and lunch begin at 11 a.m., followed by a shotgun start to the golf. Dinner is served at 5 p.m. The outing format… Keep Reading


School Board approves Schuler resignation

KANELAND—The Kaneland School Board on Monday voted 4-2 to approve Superintendent Dr. Jeff Schuler’s resignation. Schuler last week accepted an offer to become superintendent for schools in the Wheaton Warrenville School District, where he will make a base salary of $225,000. His current salary at Kaneland is $194,000. Schuler will continue working for Kaneland until… Keep Reading


Schuler to leave Kaneland

Will become Wheaton-Warrenville superintendent KANELAND—Kaneland Superintendent Dr. Jeff Schuler last week agreed to become the new superintendent of schools for the Wheaton-Warrenville School District. Schuler, 42, a Plainfield resident, has worked in the Kaneland School District for eight years—the last four as superintendent. He previously served as an assistant superintendent for human resources and an… Keep Reading


D302: Superintendent Schuler leaves for D200

The Kaneland School District announced the resignation of Superintendent Dr. Jeff Schuler effective Sept. 2, 2014. At a special meeting Monday, the Wheaton Warrenville Community Unit School District 200 voted in favor of hiring the Kaneland superintendent. In a press release release, D302 Board President Cheryl Krauspe said the District is sad to see Schuler… Keep Reading


School Board approves 2014-15 tentative budget

KANELAND—The Kaneland School Board on Monday agreed to the 2014-15 school year tentative budget. School Board trustee Tony Valente was the lone “no” vote. Kaneland School Board President Cheryl Krauspe was absent from the meeting. Dr. Julie-Ann Fuchs, assistant superintendent for Business, reviewed the tentative budget during the meeting. According to the report, the tentative… Keep Reading


Kaneland High School 2014-15 information

KANELAND—The following information is in regard to Kaneland High School’s upcoming 2014-15 school year. School fees: School fees must be paid or postmarked by Wednesday, Aug. 20. Office hours on Aug. 20 are 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Checks should be made payable to Kaneland District 302. Call the school office at (630) 365-5100, ext.… Keep Reading


Kaneland wraps up 2014 Summer Theatre Production

KANELAND—That’s a wrap for Kaneland’s production of “Once Upon a Mattress.” The recent “Once Upon a Mattress” performances marked Kaneland Arts Initiative’s fifth annual Summer Theatre Production at Kaneland High School. There were six performances in all during two weekend slates. Maria Dripps-Paulson, executive director of KAI and producer and pit orchestra director of “Once… Keep Reading


Kaneland grad publishes first novel

CRYSTAL LAKE, ILL.—Peter Gallanis, a 1980 Kaneland High School graduate, remembers the moment he knew he wanted to become a writer. It happened while he was sitting in then-KHS teacher Laurie Erdmann’s journalism class. Gallanis went on to take classes at Waubonsee Community College, the Loop College and Northern Illinois University, where he earned his… Keep Reading


School District discusses ethnicity report

KANELAND—The Kaneland School Board recently had an ethnicity and employee report as an information item on its regular meeting agenda. The employee and ethnicity report, prepared by Dr. Julie-Ann Fuchs, assistant superintendent for business at Kaneland, shows a breakdown of ethnicities relating to Kaneland staff and students. The June 2014 report shows that there are… Keep Reading


Summer Theatre readies ‘Once Upon A Mattress’

Photo: The cast of “Once Upon A Mattress” rehearsed on Monday evening. The show will be performed in the Kaneland High School auditorium July 11-13 and 18-20. This will be Kaneland Arts Initiative’s fifth annual Summer Theatre production. ‘The Minstrel’ will be played by Teresa Arnold (from left) of Hoffman Estates, Ill., while ‘The Jester’… Keep Reading

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Kranz takes valuable pole position

2007 Kaneland graduate Sam Kranz (right), at the KHS pole vault summer camp June 27, is now a coach at Murray State University in Murray, Ky. Kranz gets a low-five from current Kaneland High School pole vault coach Andy Drendel (below, far right) after clearing 17 feet. Photos by Patti Wilk Knight track alum important… Keep Reading


School Board approves energy conservation commitment

KANELAND—The Kaneland School Board on Monday came together, despite severe thunderstorms in the area, to approve a conservation commitment. The School Board agreed to a commitment with Cenergistic Energy, an energy conservation company that has experience working with school districts, including Batavia, to conserve energy. Expected areas of savings include water, electric and gas bills.… Keep Reading


Exchange students seeking host families in Elburn

ELBURN—Visiting students ages 15-18 from around the world, including Germany, Spain, Switzerland and Thailand, are seeking host families in and around Elburn for the 2014-15 academic school year. Host families are needed for the fall semester and full school year. Host families (traditional families, singles, empty nesters, etc.) serve as mentors and a home base… Keep Reading


Kaneland Madrigals travel to Ireland

Singers perform, see sights KANELAND—Kaneland High School’s chamber choir, otherwise known as the Madrigals, traveled to Ireland earlier this month. The trip gave 29 students the chance to sing, check out sites and take in the culture. According to a report by Kaneland Superintendent Dr. Jeff Schuler, the Dunham Fund donated $8,000 to support the… Keep Reading


Community gets in on the fun run

Photo: Kamryn Madsen, 3, of Cortland, runs the Kids 400m Friday night at Kaneland High School. Photo by Patti Wilk KANELAND—Kaneland mom Sonya Hwang, a Sugar Grove resident, ran the 5k at last Friday’s third annual Kaneland Foundation Knight Run at Kaneland High School. And notched a personal record in the process. “This was my… Keep Reading


Kaneland student earns prestigious journalism honor

KANELAND—Kaneland High School student Nick Boose earned a prestigious journalism honor this past school year. Boose, a Sugar Grove resident who will be a KHS senior this fall, is editor-in-chief for the Kaneland Krier, the school’s newsmagazine. He’s also one of 12 Illinois students named to the Illinois All-State Journalism Team. “It’s a really big… Keep Reading


School Board approves upcoming work projects

KANELAND—The Kaneland School Board at its special meeting on June 16 voted to approve upcoming projects for district schools. The first vote pertained to paving and sealcoating parking lots for a cost of $389,264.04. The School District agreed to form a contract with Champion Paving Corporation. There were a total of two vendors. The second… Keep Reading

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