Wednesday, October 31, 2012
The District 181 Board of Education approved Monday night the administration's recommended course of action, which will provide an additional half-time teacher and a former district teacher to help guide the new full-time replacement.
The two fourth-grade classes at Oak School will not be split into three, District 181 board members decided Monday night, but the two classes will get one additional part-time teacher and a former District 181 teacher “coach” to assist the full-time replacement for the recently resigned Lindsay Wagner. The District 181 Board of Education voted 6-1 at a special business meeting Monday at Monroe School to approve the administration’s recommended course of action for Oak’s fourth grade, which human resources director Doug Eccarius said will maintain the current master schedule while providing additional support for students following Wagner’s sudden resignation earlier this month. A board report presented by Eccarius featuring 10 different …
Friday, October 26, 2012
District 181 administration is in the process of hiring a permanent replacement for Lindsay Wagner while a long-term substitute teaches her class during the next several weeks.
After the sudden departure of one of two fourth-grade teachers at Oak School, District 181 is trying to fill the position while a group of parents is urging a split of the fourth grade into three sections. Lindsay Wagner resigned last week in the middle of her first year as a full-time teacher in District 181, and her 26 students are now being taught by a long-term substitute teacher as Oak and District 181 administration go through the process of hiring a permanent replacement. Oak parent Rik Geiersbach, the father of a student in Wagner’s class, said at Monday night’s District 181 Board of Education meeting that he has gathered signatures from a majority of parents from both fourth-grade classes who support breaking the grade up into …
Friday, May 18, 2012
Families have the opportunity to order personalized legacy bricks through June 1; the pavers will be set in the new front walkway and outdoor classroom that will be installed at Oak School in Hinsdale this summer.