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U-46 Board poised for curriculum vote in 2017
By Seth Hancock The Board of Education in School District U-46 will vote on a PreK-12 curriculum proposal concer...
Dist. U-46 data reveals costs up, students down
By Seth Hancock School District U-46 continues to spend more despite declining enrollment. Earlier this ...
Six candidates vying for three U-46 board posts
By Seth Hancock The race for a spot on the School District U-46 Board of Education will be a contested one as si...
U-46 may be looking to outsource some busing
By Seth Hancock Members of the School District U-46 bus driver’s union came to the most recent Board of Ed...
Split U-46 vote finalizes property tax levy hike
By Seth Hancock The Board of Education in School District U-46 took its final votes on the 2016 tax levy, and by...
Elementary students interview The Examiner
By Seth Hancock The definition of inquiry is “the act of asking questions in order to gather or collect in...
U-46 schools active in the season of giving
By Seth Hancock It’s the season of giving, and many staff and students in School District U-46 have gotten...
U-46 releases names of Illinois State Scholars
By Seth Hancock A record number of students were named as Illinois State Scholars in School District U-46 accord...
Split U-46 vote triggers new board evaluation
By Seth Hancock The Board of Education in School District U-46 will spend taxpayer dollars to be able to evaluat...
U-46 reviews impact of new DREAM Academy
By Seth Hancock The Board of Education in School District U-46 will vote on a $685,700 expenditure, planned to c...
Curriculum proposals approved by Dist. U-46
By Seth Hancock Three high school curriculum proposals regarding English Language Arts courses were approved by ...
U-46 delegate comments on his IASB experience
By Seth Hancock School District U-46 Board of Education member Phil Costello was not impressed by the Illinois A...
Split U-46 vote passes property tax levy hike
By Seth Hancock The Board of Education in School District U-46 approved a 1.9 percent property tax increase at i...
U-46 delegate active in IASB convention role
By Seth Hancock The Board of Education in School District U-46 debated the role of government among other things...
U-46 election message spurs some controversy
By Seth Hancock Following the Nov. 8 presidential election in which Republican candidate Donald Trump defeated D...
U-46 ponders change to high school curriculum
By Seth Hancock The Board of Education in School District U-46 will vote on three English Language Arts high sch...
U-46 Board receives proposed tax levy data
By Seth Hancock The Board of Education in School District U-46 was presented with the proposed 2016 tax levy at ...
Split U-46 vote ratifies police monitoring pact
By Seth Hancock The Inter-Governmental Agreement between School District U-46 and the City of Elgin giving the p...
Split vote results in new pact for U-46 CEO
By Seth Hancock Despite nearly two years remaining under a current contract, the board majority in School Distri...
Bartlett High’s Cotie named Teacher of Year
By Seth Hancock “Grandpa Rossy” was in attendance at the Board of Education meeting in School Distri...
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