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Kaneland

School Board adopts tentative 2013-14 budget

KANELAND—The Kaneland School Board on Monday voted 4-0 to approve the tentative 2013-14 budget for District 302. According to a document from Julie Ann-Fuchs, assistant superintendent for business, revenues in the 2013-14 operating budget are projected to exceed expenditures by $132,646. In addition, revenues in the operating funds are expected to see a general increase… Keep Reading

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Photos: 2013 Knight Run

Photo (right): Jack Wituk of Maple Park worked hard as he competed Friday night at the Kaneland Foundation 5k and Fun Run at Kaneland High School. The event is held to raise money for the educational needs of District 302 students. The Kaneland Foundation’s Knight Run took place Friday night. A non-profit organization, the Kaneland… Keep Reading

Photos: Flying through the air

Pole vaulters from around the district gathered the first three weeks of June for the annual Kaneland Pole Vault Camp. The camp began with two weeks of “free” vaulting, followed by the official camp, which was held last week. Thirty athletes took to the skies every evening, and some even participated in a meet held… Keep Reading

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D-302 preschool screening

KANELAND—Kaneland School District Special Services will conduct a preschool screening on Friday, Sept. 13, at Family Life Church in Elburn, for students who may qualify for special education. This screening is for Kaneland School District children ages 3-5 who are suspected of having any delays in developmental milestones are encouraged to attend this event. This… Keep Reading

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Elburn/Kaneland

Kaneland 2013 grad earns pilots license

Photos: 2013 Kaneland grad Alec Koczka of Elburn took his first step toward a career in aviation by earning his private pilot certificate in May. Courtesy Photos ELBURN—Who knew the most exciting part of an 18-year-old’s day would be landing a plane with crosswinds in excess of 25 knots? Alec Koczka, an Elburn resident and… Keep Reading

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Girls Basketball/Kaneland

From court to sidelines

High school, collegiate star athlete takes head coaching job DOWNERS GROVE—Several weeks ago, Lyndsie Long originally set out to apply for an open position in the Downers Grove South High School physical education (PE) department. Not only did the former Kaneland High School star and Elmhurst College Division III All-American interview for, and land, that… Keep Reading

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Hometown Hall of Famer

The Kaneland School District last week inducted Kerry Rink, pictured here from her days as a Kaneland High School cross country runner, into its Hall of Fame in the Personal Athletic Achievement category. Rink was a three-sport athlete at Kaneland, standing out in cross country, track and basketball. Courtesy Photo Former KHS athlete inducted into… Keep Reading

Kaneland/Sports Boosters

Kaneland Sports Boosters present scholarships

The Kaneland Sports Boosters award four $1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors each year. This year, due to the success of the Dodge Test Drive event that was held in August during Kaneland’s Knights Under The Lights event, the Brian Bemis Automotive Group of Sycamore submitted a grant application on behalf of the Sports Boosters to… Keep Reading

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Board approves replacement deck recommendation

by Mary Parrilli KANELAND—Kaneland superintendent for business Julie-Ann Fuchs on Tuesday recommended that the School Board direct administration to execute the contract for the replacement of the plywood deck at John Shields Elementary School. The contract is with Crowther Roofing and Sheet Metal, Inc, which the board has already approved to replace the metal roof… Keep Reading

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FVCC Students of the Month for April

KANELAND—Fox Valley Career Center (FVCC) recently announced the following as its Students of the Month for April 2013: Caroline Heimerdinger (Early Childhood I), Brianne Strobel (EMT) and Joshua Worley (Electrician I). FVCC recognizes Students of the Month throughout the school year. To receive this honor, students must demonstrate the ability to do excellent work and… Keep Reading

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KHS Students of the Term

KANELAND—Kaneland administration and staff would like to congratulate the following students for being named KHS Students of the Term for Term 4 of the 2012-13: Julia Lemp, CTE (Business/Technlology); Megan Selenis, CTE (Orientation to Family Consumer Science); Brittany Larsen, English; Riley Hannula, Fine Arts (Art); Collin Seidelman, Fine Arts (Music); Brendan Dunphy, Fine Arts (World… Keep Reading

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Board announces new appointments

KANELAND—The Kaneland School Board on Tuesday announced the appointment of Mr. Michael Rice as assistant principal for Curriculum and Instruction at Kaneland High School. His position will begin July 1, 2013. Rice is transferring from Sycamore High School, where he has a long history in education. Also announced was Mrs. Julia Cloat, as assistant principal… Keep Reading

Kaneland

Board mulls communication plan

by Mary Parrilli KANELAND—The Kaneland School board on Tuesday heard a presentation regarding the future Kaneland District communications plan. Megan Jacobs, a communications consultant, worked with Superintendent Jeff Schuler, to establish a plan and to identify key areas of improvement. The main focus and presentation to the board was regarding a new social media strategy… Keep Reading

Kaneland/Sugar Grove

School and Police Information Alliance in the works in Sugar Grove

by David Woehrle SUGAR GROVE—Sugar Grove interim Police Chief Ronald Moser on Tuesday informed the Village Board that an intergovernmental agreement is in the works between the Police Department and Kaneland School District 302. “The Kaneland School District will enter in a reporting agreement with the Police Department,” Moser said. “If we proceed, then there… Keep Reading

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Kaneland Knights GIVE program

KANELAND—The Kaneland Knights GIVE program has been set up to recognize and acknowledge students who gave back to the school and community through voluntary service. GIVE stands for “Generosity Involves Volunteer Effort.” The guidelines are as follows: • The volunteer service hours may be in conjunction with organized service projects sponsored by church, scouts, etc.… Keep Reading

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Kaneland

Rhapsody in May

The Kaneland High School band presented a concert May 9, featuring American works by such composers as Aaron Copland, John Phillip Sousa, George Gershwin and more. Photos by Kimberly Anderson Keep Reading

Kaneland

School Board bids goodbye to two members, welcomes new additions

by Mary Parrilli KANELAND—The Kaneland School Board on May 8 said goodbye to two of its members, Elmer Gramley and Kenneth Carter. Both men chose not to seek re-election in the April 9 Consolidated Election. Gramley offered a farewell speech during the meeting. “There were many highs and lows during my time on the board.… Keep Reading

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