Articles filed under Dundee Area Unit District 300

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  • 2 Dist. 300 students sue for injuries after inflatable slide tipped May 14, 2014 5:12 PM
    Lawsuits have been filed on behalf of two students who were injured at Algonquin Lakes Elementary School when an inflatable slide tipped over at a May 2013 year-end celebration.

  • Dist. 300 saving almost $1 million on administration building May 13, 2014 8:39 AM
    Community Unit District 300 officials have saved nearly $1 million in construction costs for an administration building some have derided as unnecessary. The projects combined will cost roughly $3.9 million, a figure officials said is $959,497 under the original budget. “It was a good day for the district,” said Chuck Bumbales, assistant superintendent of operations.

  • Jacobs seniors involved in prank must write letter before graduating May 13, 2014 6:27 PM
    Eight Jacobs High School students caught horsing around last week on a homemade Slip 'N Slide as a senior prank must write a letter to school administrators promising to behave at graduation. Only then will school officials determine whether they get to walk Saturday with the Class of 2014.

  • Prank could cause Jacobs High seniors to miss graduation May 9, 2014 4:24 PM
    A group of seniors from Jacobs High School are at risk of not graduating with the rest of their class after pulling a senior prank Thursday that involved setting up an improvised Slip 'N Slide in a hallway, officials said.

  • 2013-14 Fox Valley Academic Team honorable mentions May 8, 2014 3:00 PM
    2013-14 Fox Valley Academic Team honorable mentions

  • Dist. 300 explores how to pay for new offices May 8, 2014 5:30 AM
    Community Unit District 300 officials are weighing how to finance a new administration building if an expected $35 million to $60 million the state owes them doesn’t come through in time. Wednesday night, the finance committee discussed the merits of using debt certificates versus borrowing the money from within the district’s budget to cover the building. “If we don’t anticipate receiving that money by December, this is our backup plan,” Chief Financial Officer Susan Harkin said.

  • Parents back candy, movies at West Dundee school May 9, 2014 5:09 AM
    A West Dundee mom who complained about a teacher both giving out candy as a reward and showing noneducational movies during recess to students, including her daughter, is in the minority among parents who took a schoolwide survey on both issues. The survey found most parents supported the movies and felt treats were given out an appropriate number of times and as a result, Dundee Highlands Elementary School will not change its current practices.

  • Meet the 2013-2014 Fox Valley Academic Team May 8, 2014 3:34 PM
    "Throughout my life, I have never been satisfied with simply meeting the minimum requirements," Kevin Wilde of Cary-Grove High School writes in an essay. "While some people may ask, 'What is the least amount of work I need to do to get by?' I ask, 'What could I do to get the most out of this situation?'" Wilde, who was named to the Daily Herald's Fox Valley Academic Team for 2013-14, is not alone in his mindset. The students on the team look for opportunities to not only further their own achievements, but to lead, and to make a difference.

  • Police probe possible student-teacher relationship at Hampshire High School May 7, 2014 9:07 PM
    Authorities are investigating a possible teacher-student relationship at Hampshire High School. Authorities have obtained search warrants for the phones of an 18-year-old from Gilberts and a 23-year-old female Spanish teacher. According to the search warrant, the teacher performed oral sex on the student at least twice in 2013 and provided him with test answers. Th teacher also admitted to police that she erased some data from her phone, the warrant said.

  • New early learning centers in suburbs help make Illinois a leader May 3, 2014 8:00 AM
    A wave of new, purpose-built early learning centers among suburban school districts stands as local evidence for the claim of experts and advocates that Illinois is a national leader in the field of early childhood education. “If you look at where you can be best invested to make a difference, preschool is one of the best investments you can make,” said Larry Joseph, research director for Voices for Illinois Children.

  • Mom from Morocco finds early childhood program invaluable May 3, 2014 8:00 AM
    Since she discovered Schaumburg Township Elementary District 54’s early childhood program, mother-of-two Housna Ghazoualine has found peace of mind in more ways than one. Not only has the program helped her older daughter, 5-year-old Zaynab Hakimi, with her English and other skills, but Ghazoualine has benefited from the social network that helped her overcome feelings of isolation after emigrating from Morocco.

  • Top Kane County educators named May 3, 2014 8:00 AM
    The top Kane County educators were honored Friday night by the Regional Office of Education at the 39th annual Educator of the Year Awards Banquet in St. Charles. Carol Mertes, first grade teacher at Johnson Elementary School in East Aurora Unit District 131, won the Educator of the Year Award, while Stephanie Ramstad, principal of Carpentersville Middle School in Community Unit District 300, was named School Administrator of the Year.

  • Algonquin teen named Youth of the Year May 1, 2014 5:24 PM
    Growing up in a family with a history of mental illness and learning disabilities, Karri Haiges has been through a lot in her 18 years. But the teen, a college-bound honor student at Dundee-Crown High School, would rather say she’s had a hard day, never a hard life. She's succeeding, despite her background and has been named the Boys and Girls Club of Dundee Township's 2014 Youth Of the Year, the club's highest honor.

  • $35,000 settlement for Dist. 300 student beaten on bus ride Apr 30, 2014 6:33 PM
    A $35,000 settlement has been reached in the case of a special needs student at a West Dundee middle school who sued Community Unit District 300 and Durham School Services after she was beaten and injured on a school bus in October 2010. District 300 was dismissed from the case months ago; the Warrenville-based Durham settled in April.

  • New leadership hired for three D300 schools Apr 30, 2014 6:17 PM
    New leadership is inbound for three schools in Community Unit District 300. Monday night, the school board approved hiring principals at Oak Ridge School and Liberty Elementary School, both in Carpentersville, and at Lake in the Hills Elementary School.

  • District 300 renews push for late state funds Apr 29, 2014 5:40 AM
    Community Unit District 300 officials kicked off a legislative campaign Monday night, one they hope results in the state handing over between $35 million and $60 million it has owed the district for 10 years. Officials hope to use a portion of that money to fund a new administration building expected to open in December.

  • Editorial: School nutrition is more than lunch Apr 24, 2014 9:43 AM
    A Daily Herald editorial points to the need for school districts to take a big-picture approach to good nutrition for students.

  • Earth Day planting set for Saturday in West Dundee Apr 24, 2014 6:01 PM
    Easter, not the weather, is to blame for West Dundee getting a late start on its annual Earth Day planting and clean up party. Volunteers will gather on from 9 a.m. until noon on Saturday, April 26, at the village hall, 102 S. Second St., to plant rose bushes along Second Street. If a large crowd of volunteers shows up for the planting party, some will be asked to pull weeds and pick up trash along the walk on the banks of the Fox River.

  • Original ‘Robin Hood’ musical debuts in Elgin Apr 23, 2014 5:01 AM
    A medieval tale gets a modern makeover this weekend, when Children's Theatre of Elgin debuts its original "Robin Hood" musical. Written by Allison Cherry, the show will include songs by Bruno Mars and Queen. "I think audiences will really enjoy the surprises we’ve added," Cherry said.

  • Study: Suburban schools could lose or gain if income tax drops Apr 19, 2014 8:00 AM
    Most suburban school districts would see cuts in funding if the state’s temporary income tax increase is rolled back as scheduled, according to a state board of education figures circulated by Illinois Democrats. But a few suburban districts, such as in Wauconda, Carpentersville and even Barrington, would actually receive substantially more money.

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