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  • Elgin Area School District U-46 Superintendent Jose M. Torres speaks at the Elgin Chamber of Commerce's "CEO Unplugged: A Personal Look at the Leader" last November series at Elgin Community College.

       Elgin Area School District U-46 Superintendent Jose M. Torres speaks at the Elgin Chamber of Commerce's "CEO Unplugged: A Personal Look at the Leader" last November series at Elgin Community College.
    Madhu Krishnamurthy | Staff Photographer

  • U-46 superintendent Jose Torres gives the 2013 state of the district address at Villa Olivia in Bartlett. Torres mentioned the SWAS program, the academies, the mentoring program and the art reach program as successes.

       U-46 superintendent Jose Torres gives the 2013 state of the district address at Villa Olivia in Bartlett. Torres mentioned the SWAS program, the academies, the mentoring program and the art reach program as successes.
    Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

  • Superintendent Jose M. Torres encouraged U-46 students to join in the summer reading programs offered at local libraries.

      Superintendent Jose M. Torres encouraged U-46 students to join in the summer reading programs offered at local libraries.
    Courtesy of U-46

  • U-46 Superintendent Jose Torres observes as officers gear up for a 2012 training exercise at Gifford Street High School in Elgin. The scenario involved a call about multiple school shooters.

       U-46 Superintendent Jose Torres observes as officers gear up for a 2012 training exercise at Gifford Street High School in Elgin. The scenario involved a call about multiple school shooters.
    Rick West | Staff Photographer ¬

  • LAURA STOECKER/lstoecker@dailyherald.com U-46 Superintendent Jose Torres learns from second-grader Marian Stanek about the vocabulary/geography lesson her class was doing at Hillcrest Elementary School in Elgin in 2009.

      LAURA STOECKER/lstoecker@dailyherald.com U-46 Superintendent Jose Torres learns from second-grader Marian Stanek about the vocabulary/geography lesson her class was doing at Hillcrest Elementary School in Elgin in 2009.

  • New U-46 Superintendent Jose Torres talks with Principal Sue Welu as he spends part of his first day on the job touring Kenyon Woods Middle School in South Elgin.

       New U-46 Superintendent Jose Torres talks with Principal Sue Welu as he spends part of his first day on the job touring Kenyon Woods Middle School in South Elgin.
    Rick West | Staff Photographer, 2008

  • New U-46 superintendent Jose M. Torres gets a tour of McKinley Elementary School in Elgin from Principal Lois Sands on May 7, 2008.

       New U-46 superintendent Jose M. Torres gets a tour of McKinley Elementary School in Elgin from Principal Lois Sands on May 7, 2008.
    Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

  • New U-46 Superintendent Jose M. Torres is introduced to applause from school board member Donna Smith, left, and others during a May 5, 2008, news conference at Elgin High School.

      New U-46 Superintendent Jose M. Torres is introduced to applause from school board member Donna Smith, left, and others during a May 5, 2008, news conference at Elgin High School.
    Daily Herald file photo

  • Jose Torres, soon after he was hired as superintendent of Elgin Area School District U-46 in 2008.

      Jose Torres, soon after he was hired as superintendent of Elgin Area School District U-46 in 2008.
    Daily Herald file photo

  • U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan walks and talks with U46 superintendent Jose Torres during a May 2013 visit to Streamwood High School.

       U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan walks and talks with U46 superintendent Jose Torres during a May 2013 visit to Streamwood High School.
    Rick West | Staff Photographer

 

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