"The board does not get involved in the internal discipline of students or faculty."
Sept. 16 2:30 p.m. |
John Bowman, co-president of the Hinsdale High School Teachers Association, said meetings have been scheduled Tuesday with 17 teachers who clicked “like” on a Facebook link.
How is the District 86 Board doing? They seem to be frustrated, not valued and leaving in record numbers.
Their pay increases just never stop, even though, according to the new Federal Reserve report, 90 percent of Americans now make less than they did in 2009.
“It’s fun to have some food and get to socialize with a lot of people,” sophomore Mary Thackston said. “The upperclassmen are a lot nicer here than in school. Everyone is friendly here.”
Sept. 15 11:38 a.m. |
“It’s really about what’s suitable for a school environment,” said Bill Walsh, assistant principal of operations. “With 2,900 students, they tend to have their own personality. Safety always is a priority, and we want students to dress in a manner that is suitable for learning.”
Sept. 12 1:45 p.m. |
“My solo flight was the proudest moment of my life so far. As a pilot I am always learning and having to adapt to situations that arise. Flying has made me more confident."
Sept. 12 10:18 a.m. |
The Hinsdale High School District 86 reports its entire School Board is “surprised and disappointed” at the teachers’ union on Tuesday announced it had started the public posting process that teachers have begun the process necessary to call a strike.
Sept. 10 6:33 p.m. |
“The public posting process is one of several processes that precede a lawful strike,” the association said Tuesday in a written statement.
Sept. 9 6:10 p.m. |