Come out and help support the Lockport VFW as they sponsor a ladies night out to benefit the "Helping Feed the Homeless Veterans" program run by Lockport Post #5788.
We are extremely proud of all our children. Recently, our oldest decided to focus on helping students and staff at a school in central Illinois as part of her Girl Scout Silver Award project. Want to know how you can
Recently, I was contacted by a colleague who inquired about accounting services and support. I immediately thought of Debra Rauscher at Back Office Rescue. Why Back Office Rescue? Well, have you experienced any of the following: Loss of accounting personnel.
This amazing restaurant offers ten items on it's menu, making it easy for anyone to find something they'll like. Needless to say, my staff has sampled a variety of the items offered, and EVERYONE has said it's so good, you'd
Superintendents statewide just received the following information regarding an appeal filed by ACT: State Board issues statement on procurement for a new college entrance exam for Illinois SPRINGFIELD – In July 2015, the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) released
With just over five months remaining in Lockport, I am humbled by being asked to return to Orland Park School District 135 as its new superintendent. This is bittersweet for me, and I cannot say enough about the amazing students,
Education Week just published an article on the differences which support recent information shared by the Illinois State Board of Education on the distinct differences between online and paper-pencil scores from the 2015 PARCC tests. Why PARCC and its member
Had an amazing day on Saturday, January 23rd as I presented to nearly 30 principal preparation candidates from Aurora University. Special thanks to Jocelyn Booth, Sharon Boyd, Andi Danis, Ed Howerton, Ralph Kober, Debbie LeBlanc, Laura Long, Nancy Reczek, and John
In the field of education, we know research shows how students are able to remember things when information is set to music. My own children are obsessed with "Brain Beats." In particular, they love "Tour the States" and "A Little
This speech was recently shared with me, and I thought it was only appropriate to share it as we head into the weekend and leading into the day celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. I found Mr. Carey's comments of 1952