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Four items from one School Board meeting in one minute!
 
1. Westfield Community School students proudly led the Pledge of Allegiance.  As introduced by Assistant Principal Dr. Angela Reincke and Teacher Dori Petersen, they included Colin Van, Sadie Boehm, Kyle Petersen, Ryan Patel, Sahasra Kotarkonda, Veronica Perez, Nicholas Hasser, Kyle Mc Nally, Rafael Sobrepena, and Haley Combs.

Superintendent Dr. Michael Bregy shared this solemn statement with the D300 community during a moment of silence in honor of Jon Herath at the March 10 School Board meeting: 

"For the second time this year, I have the heavy burden of sharing the news with you that we have lost another member of the D300 family.  Lakewood School Music Teacher Jon Herath passed away this Saturday due to complications from kidney disease. He had remained hopeful over the past few months while he was on the waiting list for a kidney transplant.  

Pursuant to Illinois’ Lawn Care Products Application Notice Act: 415 ILCS 65/3(f) Structural Pest Control Act: 225 ILCS 235/10.3 , School District 300 would like to create a registry of Parents, Guardians and Employees who would like to receive personalized notice for the application of Pest Control Products. If you are interested in receiving notice please send your name, home address, phone number, and email address to building.grounds@d300.org.

Pursuant to Illinois’ Lawn Care Products Application Notice Act: 415 ILCS 65/3(f) Structural Pest Control Act: 225 ILCS 235/10.3

We are excited to announce the first ever D300 Middle School Summer Band Camp!

Four items from one School Board meeting in one minute!

1. The School Board unanimously approved relocation plans for Oak Ridge School and the D300 Central Office. For answers to Frequently Asked Questions on this topic, please click here.

Please click here to read the Frequently Asked Questions webpage on facility transitions for Oak Ridge School and the D300 Central Office, as unanimously approved by the School Board on February 24, 2014. 

The firm hired by the School Board to coordinate the search for a new superintendent recently shared the results of stakeholder surveys and focus groups.  At the Feb. 24, 2014, School Board meeting, representatives of Hazard, Young & Attea discussed what they heard from D300 parents, staff, and community members on what skills they believe the next D300 leader should have.  For a 1-page summary of the D300 Superintendent Profile that they requested, click here.

The following is a summary of the musicals coming up in District 300 this Spring:

Algonquin Middle School presents “Beauty and the Beast, Jr.” at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 24; and at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 25.  Tickets are $4 students and $8 adults.  All performances are at AMS.    

Carpentersville Middle School presents “Pom Pom Cheerleader” at 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, April 25-26.  Tickets are $3 students and $10 adults. All performances are at CMS.   

The Rotary Club of Dundee Township is offering a free leadership conference for high school students who reside in Dundee Township.  The conference is called RYLA: Rotary Youth Leadership Awards.  Students selected to participate in RYLA will attend an all-expense-paid three day camp at Edwards Camp and Conference Center in East Troy, Wisc.

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Community Unit School District 300

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Algonquin, IL 60102
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