Director of Communications
May 9, 2005
Education Partners, good afternoon:
A rare Monday Board of Education Meeting dispatch, but there are several items of timely interest:
* Congratulations to St. Charles East High School business teacher Lisa Dandre, who was named the Kane County High School Teacher of the Year at Friday’s Educator of the Year festivities. This is a significant, and well-deserved honor. This information is posted on the District 303 website (www.d303.org) under “News and Photos” and “303 Excels.” Click here for more: http://www.d303.org/news/press/dandreaward05pr.htm
* Haines Middle School Principal Dr. Brian Harris is in line to become the new assistant superintendent for teaching and learning (formerly, curriculum and instruction – new title, same job.) If the Board of Education approves tonight, Harris will succeed Dr. Sandra Wright, who plans to return to teaching. Click here for more: http://www.d303.org/news/press/brianharrispr05.htm
* We received a Child Incident Bulletin late today from the St. Charles Police Department. As we do whenever we receive such a report from any of our police agencies, I’ve prepared a “District 303 Student/Stranger Encounter Report” for your information. That report is pasted below.
District 303 STUDENT/STRANGER ENCOUNTER
THIS INFORMATION WAS PROVIDED TODAY BY THE ST. CHARLES POLICE DEPARTMENT. PLEASE DIRECT ANY ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OR QUESTIONS TO THE POLICE AT 377-4435
May 9, 2005
On May 8, 2005, at 8 p.m., a 16-year-old girl was walking in the area of 12th and Howard streets when a white male driving a black 1997 four-door Toyota Camry approached the girl and asked her if she needed a ride.
The victim declined and walked away. The victim told police the suspect approached her four or five times last year.
***The Police have already identified and spoken to the suspect, but wish to make the public aware of this incident and circumstances.
THIS INFORMATION WAS PROVIDED TODAY BY THE ST. CHARLES POLICE DEPARTMENT. PLEASE DIRECT ANY ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OR QUESTIONS TO THE POLICE AT 377-4435.