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School Board approves social media contract extension

KANELAND—The Kaneland School Board on Monday voted 4-3 to extend a social media contract with Positive Reflections Public Relations. Communication Consultant Megan Jacobs will continue to receive a summer rate of $35 per hour from the district. Her services will be used as needed through Aug. 31. At that point, her services will be renewed… Keep Reading

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Sugar Grove native writes from experience

LAKE GENEVA, WIS.—Tammy Schmidt believes in writing what she knows. And her sixth book, “Post-Traumatic Brazilian Wax Syndrome,” is based on a very real experience. “I’ve been writing since I was 14, and my work has changed drastically over the years,” said Schmidt, who publishes under her maiden name, Tamara Lyon. “My early work was… Keep Reading

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Kaneland

School Board trustees attend mandatory training

KANELAND—The Kaneland School Board on June 9 met to participate in mandatory training. Trustee Pedro Rivas was absent from the training. He is scheduled to make up the training at a later date. Regarding the training, School Board President Teresa Witt said Kaneland School District attorneys presented trustees with information that is required by the… Keep Reading

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Boys Basketball/Kaneland

Heading ‘West’

Kaneland’s Johnson new boys basketball coach at West Aurora MAPLE PARK—The West Aurora High School School Board approved the appointment of Brian Johnson as its new head boys basketball coach on Monday. Johnson had been the head boys coach at Kaneland High School for the past six years, where he won two conference championships and… Keep Reading

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Kaneland upgrades student management system

Kaneland—As part of Kaneland’s ongoing commitment to effective communication, School District 302 will offer an upgraded student management system to district families. With increased access to relevant student information, parents can stay up to date on important aspects of their student’s performance, such as attendance and grades. Not only will the new system increase the… Keep Reading

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Boys Basketball/Kaneland

Johnson the ‘recommended candidate’ for West Aurora varsity basketball coach position

AURORA—Kaneland’s Brian Johnson on Tuesday was named the recommended candidate for the physical education teacher and head boys basketball coach vacancies at West Aurora High School, pending School Board approval on Monday, June 15. Johnson has been the head varsity boys basketball coach at Kaneland High School since 2009, with an overall record of 99-68.… Keep Reading

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Class of 1980 to celebrate 35-year reunion

KANELAND—Nearly 300 seniors graduated from Kaneland High School on June 6, 1980. Thirty-five years later, on the anniversary of its graduation, Kaneland’s Class of 1980 will gather on the anniversary of its graduation to reconnected and revisit its high school memories “I like having people come to a class reunion that I haven’t seen at… Keep Reading

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Goier nears completion of tour as interim Kaneland superintendent

KANELAND—In a sense, Dr. Renee Goier will graduate alongside Kaneland High School’s Class of 2015 this weekend. Goier’s last official day with Kaneland is Monday, June 1. That date will mark her 99th day as the district’s interim superintendent. Due to Illinois retirement law, she can only work a maximum of 100 days. “I’ve only… Keep Reading

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Kaneland

Kaneland says goodbye to longtime teacher Welker

Kaneland—Kaneland High School this year will not only say goodbye to the Class of 2015, but also to English teacher Patty Welker. For 35 years, Welker has helped her students grow as writers, navigate the difficult language, and develop a love and appreciation for different works of literature. Students and staff can all agree that… Keep Reading

Kaneland

‘Oh the places you’ll go’

The 2015 senior mural at Kaneland High school is titled “Oh the Places you’ll go.” “It’s about travel and life experiences. (It) seems very fitting for all who have worked on it,” Kaneland art teacher Carleen Gregg said. Artists included Gregg (left to right), Stephanie Luebke, Jonaya Henaker, Mckayla Helm, Nicholas Winthers, Clinton Kral and… Keep Reading

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Kaneland Foundation annual 5K June 19

KANELAND—The Kaneland Foundation will host its fourth annual 5K Cross Country Race on Friday, June 19, at 8 p.m. at the Kaneland High School campus and football stadium, 47W326 Keslinger Road, Maple Park. There will also be a one-quarter-mile Kids Track Run at 7 p.m. and 1-mile Cross Country Fun Run/Walk at 7:30 pm. The… Keep Reading

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Photos: Pass it on

Kaneland Harter Middle School hosted a IESA Sectional Meet at Kaneland High School on Saturday. The Knights qualified 11 individuals and nine relays to the State meet this weekend. One of the Knights’ qualifiers was the seventh-grade girls 4x200m. Grace Vranicar (above, center) hands off the baton to Cassidy Motkya during the relay. Photo by… Keep Reading

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Kaneland/Maple Park

Kaneland student starts his own ag business

MAPLE PARK—Cody Pitstick is going places … on a tractor. The Kaneland High School senior, president of the school’s FFA chapter, was born and raised on a Maple Park farm. He has plans to continue in the family business, and he’s already putting those plans into action. Pitstick recently purchased a piece of farm equipment… Keep Reading

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Kaneland approves bus purchases

KANELAND—The Kaneland School Board on Monday voted 4-3 to approve the purchase of 10 buses from Midwest Transit for the next school year. According to Kaneland’s Associate Superintendent Dr. Julie-Ann Fuchs, the total bid for 10 buses, including the district’s trade-ins, is $829,580. Board members in favor of the purchase included Board President Teresa Witt,… Keep Reading

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Kaneland provides extra security regarding ‘potential threat’

KANELAND—Kaneland High School this week ratcheted up its safety measures against what district administration called a “potential threat to school security.” According to Kaneland High School Principal Jill Maras, the potential threat was most likely a bomb threat made by a KHS student. Maras did not give specifics when asked if the student had been… Keep Reading

Kaneland

KHS writing club wins big at Big 12 Literary Festival

KANELAND—Kaneland High School student writers took home plenty of awards recently at the Northern Illinois Big 12 Conference Literary Festival in DeKalb. Many of the students who submitted writing pieces are part of the high school’s writing club, Writer’s Block. Awards received covered writing genres like poetry, short story, drama, fiction and literary critical essay.… Keep Reading

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School Board reorganizes, swears in Kerry

KANELAND—The Kaneland School Board on Tuesday met to mark reorganization of its members following last month’s election. In addition, new board member Ryan Kerry was sworn into office. All re-elected and current trustees said their oath as members of the School Board in unison during the meeting. Incumbents re-elected during the April 7 Consolidated Election… Keep Reading

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Kaneland Hall of Fame class recognized

KANELAND—Kaneland High School on May 4 honored past Kaneland graduates and current students during its Academic Achievement Awards and Hall of Fame Program. Kaneland High School (KHS) graduates included in the Hall of Fame induction ceremony included Cali Bergold, Class of 1986; Ken Olson, Class of 1983; and Nic Borg, Class of 2004. The inductees… Keep Reading

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Kaneland Krier has impressive showing at NISPA awards

GLEN ELLYN, ILL.—Kaneland Krier staff members on April 17 traveled to the College of DuPage for the annual Northern Illinois Scholastic Press Association (NISPA) awards event. The articles submitted for judgment had appeared in Kriers published during the 2014-15 school year. The Krier’s website received the gold certificate for excellence, which is the second-highest award… Keep Reading

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