Two of Illinois’s regional superintendents were recently tasked with recommending ways the state can funnel new money to schools for at-risk students, and other alternative school programs. Gregg Murphy, superintendent for the Regional Office of Education 32, which covers Iroquois and Kankakee counties, and Julie Wollerman, superintendent forthe Regional Office of Education 3, which includes multiple counties in central and southern Illinois, were appointed to represent the Illinois...
In the grand pantheon of cafeteria misdeeds, few are more dastardly than the crime of stealing lunch money. And popular culture offers up no end of usual suspects, from vindictive older siblings to schoolyard bully. But in New Canaan, Conn., the whodunit has taken a new twist. Police say two unusual culprits are to blame after two public schools mysteriously lost nearly $500,000 of lunch money in a five-year span — the cafeteria workers behind the register. Sisters Joanne Pascarelli, 61, and...
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