Articles filed under St. Charles Unit District 303

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  • St. Charles North drill team headed to Orange Bowl Dec 26, 2014 8:39 PM
    The St. Charles North High School Drill Team will perform during the halftime show of the Orange Bowl. It's the second year in a row the team has gone "bowling."

  • Mooseheart’s Santa gets as much out of Christmas as the kids Dec 24, 2014 7:01 AM
    Bob Miller has portrayed Santa Claus at Mooseheart with a huge team of St. Charles East students as his elves. He also has been Santa with a group of Haines Middle School students as his gift-bearing assistants. Though retired, his annual trips to Mooseheart continue, and on Dec. 19, he donned the red suit and white beard and delivered gifts to Mooseheart’s elementary-aged children for the 11th year.

  • St. Charles students expelled for shutting down Dist. 303 network Dec 19, 2014 7:11 PM
    Two St. Charles East High School students successfully shut down District 303's network for the better part of a month in an ongoing denial-of-service attack. They were expelled for the rest of the year, but it cost the district about $9,000. “It clearly made life very difficult for our teaching staff,” Superintendent Don Schlomann said. “I think, clearly, that had a great deal of impact on our classrooms. And that was the most concerning part of this for me.”

  • Norris Arts Center board turns blame on St. Charles school district Dec 6, 2014 7:29 AM
    Norris Cultural Arts Center board members say they are not wasting money set aside to promote the arts in St. Charles and that it’s partly St. Charles Unit District 303’s fault it hasn’t staged more performances. “Maybe it seems like we’re not doing all we can, but we’re doing the best we can in the current situation,” one board member said.

  • Dist. 303 grade level center lawsuit returns to local court, again Dec 4, 2014 5:28 PM
    A local judge will take a third shot at determining the future of the Davis/Richmond grade level centers in St. Charles Unit District 303 after an appellate court remanded the case this week. This time, the appellate court wants the judge to consider a remedy for the lawsuit while factoring in the 2014 waiver Illinois received for the No Child Left Behind requirements. However, a dissenting opinion from the appellate court said the only proper remedy is dismantling the grade level centers.

  • St. Charles community defined by a family’s contributions Nov 27, 2014 1:01 AM
    There is, perhaps, no family that's placed a larger stamp on St. Charles as a community than the Norris-Collins-Baker brood.

  • St. Charles D303 finalizing uncomfortable divorce with Norris Cultural Arts Center Nov 25, 2014 6:22 PM
    The divorce between the not-for-profit that runs the Norris Cultural Arts Center and St. Charles Unit District 303 will soon become final after three years of wrangling. A family member says arts center is in flux. The school board isn’t super excited about the trust funds associated with the center also being put into a state of flux.

  • Holiday Homecoming and Electric Christmas Parade light up St. Charles Nov 24, 2014 2:33 PM
    Nothing says Christmas like a street lit up by thousands of Christmas lights. At the St. Charles Holiday Homecoming and Electric Christmas Parade, visitors can find their own piece of holiday magic.

  • Dist. 303 not sold on $2 million rec center fix Nov 19, 2014 5:30 AM
    It will cost about $2 million for St. Charles Unit District 303 to rebuild part of a community recreation center infected with black mold two summers ago. School board members said this week they want a better feel for what the community wants before committing that kind of cash to new construction. “If we don’t know what we’re doing, we shouldn’t spend a couple million dollars,” said board member Ed McNally.

  • The beautiful struggle of Jen Katrein’s St. Charles classroom Nov 9, 2014 4:01 PM
    Jen Katrein is a fifth grade teacher at Munhall Elementary School in St. Charles. She uses her own struggles as a student to make frustration a constructive learning environment in her class. “They have to know it’s OK for them to make mistakes,” she said.

  • Geneva High atop local lists for science, reading Oct 31, 2014 5:30 AM
    Geneva High School continued to have the highest composite average ACT score among schools in and near the Tri-Cities, despite a slight dip in that score. And Kaneland High School's score climbed 5.2 percent.

  • Free cardiac screenings are saving young lives Sep 3, 2014 1:01 PM
    Elgin High School Principal Jerry Cook is on a mission to ensure all 2,500 Elgin High students have an opportunity to be screened for signs of heart problems this month. “We’re very excited to bring the Young Hearts for Life electrocardiogram screening to all students,” says Cook.

  • St. Charles Dist. 303 settles playground bully lawsuit Aug 31, 2014 4:33 PM
    The family of a St. Charles elementary school student has settled its lawsuit against St. Charles Unit District 303, in which they alleged the boy’s right arm was broken because school officials failed to protect him from a bully. The suit was settled and dismissed this summer, according to court records, after the district’s insurance carrier paid $15,000 to cover the 8-year-old boy’s medical expenses.

  • St. Charles superintendent visits schools, students on Day 1 Aug 20, 2014 6:06 PM
    The first day of school in St. Charles Unit District 303 through the eyes of Superintendent Don Schlomann as he tries to get to as many of the district's 17 schools as possible.

  • Long-standing D303 mold lawsuit could be over Aug 19, 2014 6:22 PM
    A lawsuit that dates back to a mold outbreak at St. Charles East High School 12 years ago may finally be over. St. Charles Unit District 303 school board members recently approved a $660,000 settlement with one of the insurance companies that paid out insurance claims to the district. The company has long believed it overpaid the district. The $660,000 represents the original amount that was in question 12 years ago. But because it doesn't cover any of the legal fees for the company, there's a chance for an appeal.

  • St. Charles high schools adding lacrosse for boys, girls Aug 15, 2014 5:22 AM
    St. Charles high schools will debut boys and girls lacrosse as a school sport for the first time in the 2014-15 school year. The sport will increase the district's expenses, but supporters say the athletes will benefit from reduced expenses for their parents and an emphasis on classroom achievement as a prerequisite for participation.

  • St. Charles school board narrowly OKs property tax increase Aug 12, 2014 10:49 AM
    St. Charles Unit School District 303 school board members came close to rejecting a property tax increase Monday night. But they backed down when learning it would result in increased class sizes.

  • 10K run added to Bob Leonard Run/Walk in St. Charles Aug 8, 2014 5:01 AM
    Returning for its eighth year, the Bob Leonard River Run/Walk will feature past favorites along with new components, such as a 10K River Run and a 5K Canine Companion Run. All events take place Saturday, Aug. 9, starting at Pottawatomie Park, 8 North Ave., St. Charles.

  • ECC to give backpacks full of help to needy students Saturday Aug 7, 2014 5:30 AM
    Elgin Community College and its partners will give away thousands of backpacks with school supplies and food to students in need Saturday during the college’s fifth annual Project Backpack. "There is still a great need (within) the school districts in our area, between homeless students and the students in need," Katie Storey of ECC said.

  • German choir to perform in St. Charles Jul 3, 2014 1:17 PM
    The Tookula Student Choir of Minden, Germany is visiting St. Charles from July 7 to 10 as part of the Blue Lake International Exchange Program. While in St. Charles, Tookula will perform two free concerts.

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