News & Announcements

Update on Principal Selection for Kenwood School

Parents and community members are invited to a meeting on Tuesday, April 4, 2006 at 6:30 p.m. in the library at Kenwood School to develop a candidate profile for the administrator to replace retiring principal Pat Lewis.  The community is invited to give input on the skills and characteristics that they believe will make a successful principal.

Update on Principal Selection for Columbia School

Parents and community members are invited to a meeting on Tuesday, March 14, 2006 at 6:30 p.m. in the gymnasium at Columbia School to develop a candidate profile for the administrator to replace retiring principal Joyce Smith.  The community is invited to give input on the skills and characteristics that they believe will make a successful principal.

Champaign Schools Awarded $250,000.00 Illinois Mathematics And Science Partnership Grant

State Superintendent Randy J. Dunn announced the award of a $250,000.00 Illinois Mathematics and Science Partnership Grant to the Champaign Unit #4 School District last month. Champaign School officials will seek to renew the grant for an additional two years to receive the maximum award of $750,000.00 for three years.

Champaign Unit #4 Schools Meet Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives for 2004-2005

The Illinois State Board of Education has notified Champaign School District’s administration that its 311 Limited English Proficient (LEP) students met the Annual Measurable Achievement Objectives (AMAOs) for 2004-2005.

Town Hall Meeting II January 31, 2006

Welcome/Opening Remarks

Superintendent Culver expressed his appreciation to everyone who attended and reviewed the school district’s desire to implement an SRO program. He reported that in his experience in previous school districts, SRO’s have played a positive role in the overall behavior management plan. He also noted that improvement in the district’s discipline data is incumbent upon both students and staff improving their behavior and interpersonal skills. He said it is important that “we see people in the right light” to increase the likelihood of positive relations. He also indicated that he is a strong proponent of character development programs which he believes help students make positive choices and exhibit acceptable morals and values. Although he believes these traits should be taught in the home or at church, he realizes sometimes they are not, so the school must assume this responsibility.

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