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Daily Herald Suburban Chicago (Newspaper) - August 16, 1972, Chicago, IllinoisBoard approves Ige program the Herald Augurt 1972 Section i within the next five years elementary school debt. 66 classrooms May do completely different from the classrooms of at monthly meeting monday night the dist. M school Board voted unanimously to support a new rally guided pro to begin immediately. The Board a to approved the resignation of Susan Kieslar. Hiring of two new teachers at a total salary of paying an administrative service fee of too to the association of school for in service training. The Board also reviewed the fourth Section of its policy Book. It was after All these items were put aside that the meeting was turned Over to the District s new administrative As Ronald Warwick. Warwick has been working extensively with the Ige program end gave a 30-minute presenta tion to the Board explaining the Way the system works. He explained that it takes a school District roughly four years before the program can get into full swing. Warwick outlined the program for the Laddie Vyskocil Lions club president Laddie 964 s. Milwaukee has been elected president of the Wheeling Lions club. He recently re turned from the Lions International convention in Mexico mex. The Wheeling Lions now have More than 90 compared with s7 in 1966. Last under past president Bill the Chib earned from the annual Candy Day drive. The Money was distributed to the Hadley school for the Leader Illinois society for the prevention of dialogue and Illinois Camp Lions for the Blind. The Wheeling Lions also provided free glasses and Eye examinations for hard ship eases within the bought vis Ual equipment machines for Jack London Junior High and purchased individual equipment for some students. Do nations also went to Countryside Irv Hayden memorial Ca dets of the Wheeling High school family guidance Council and salvation army. Next five years to the Board. This year will be a year to evaluate All the teachers in the District. Warwick plans to interview and evaluate every teacher individually against a set number of objectives and determine at what level they stand in relation to the program. Next year he plans to get the individualized learning started in certain areas within a Grade level. For a team of math teacher May decide to get the program off the ground within their area of study. In the third year the program will hopefully open into two or three subject thus getting the students used to individualized work rather than Struc tured classes. The fourth year will find the District going to the Ige program with Only one problem left weeding out the bad teachers. The fifth year the program will be in operation throughout the Hope fully without any problems. Dist. 96 William said the Board should be warned that there will be problems with the new and they should be ready to open to from parents. According to the Only Way the program will work is if it gets Complete Trust throughout. Board must Trust the adminis the administration must Trust the teachers and the parents must Trust everyone Down the line. Everyone must work together in this said hit Leman. Warwick said special workshops Are going to be set up for the parents so they have a better understanding of what will be going on. He also said teachers will have to work much harder and go through As much in service train ing As possible before they will be Able to join the program. The training for the teachers will begin immediately. Board members gave their full support to the program after asking several questions As to Bow this program of learn ing is better than the present concept. Warwick assured them that students coming from this Type of learning environment have been doing better in High school and College. He also assured the Board that As Well As the general will be kept up to Date on All the latest developments within the program. Private planes at pal Waukee Airport Ware overshadowed late monday night end tuesday morning by p-2 Navy patrol plane. The old Navy bomber was forced to land pal Waul Cee late monday night when it wat unable to the Glenview naval air station because of weather conditions. The piano directed to we leae it made two to View Field and was unable to Down. The took off about tuesday morning it Wai refuelled and Tho Craw had breakfast in pal Waukee s restaurant. High schools could lose says official High school dist. 214 officials agreed monday to cooperate with a unit District study planned by Elk Grove township dist. But Don t plan to go out of their Way to do so. The study might eventually result in dist 59 taking control of High schools owned by dist. 314. The dist. 69 Board earlier this month hired the Illinois school consultant ser vice to Multi phase study of the feasibility of converting dist. W into a unit District. A unit District includes All grades from kindergarten through High school under one Admi Strotton. Dist. 59 now controls kindergarten through eighth Grade and students from its schools attend Elk Grove or Forest View High schools in dist. 214. Dist. 214 assistant supt. Robert Weber said he expects representatives from the consulting firm to Contact Biro for Finan Cial information in the course of their offer for part of Slough the Prospect Heights Park District will offer to buy the 13-acre South half of the Hillcrest Slough just East of Rte. 83. Title for ownership of the site is currently being held in Trust at the May Wood proviso and the Park District s formal offer Willite made through the Trust. The figure was also the amount the land was appraised at by Gundelach and associates of Arlington the appraisal Cost the Park District two of the beneficiaries of the Phillip Fox and h. C. President of the Oakton construction co. Of Elk Grove seek to Buim 15 single family houses on the site at a Cost of the overture Marks the Park District s initial offer to acquire the South Slough. Board pres. Joe Lesniak said the Board Edmunds resigns Post As school Board member Montessori school planned Arthur school Board Mem Ber in dist. 96 for the past 10 re signed from his Post monday de who was president of the Board for More than two gave the As his reason for Edmunds said he plans to leave dist. For a Home in Colorado. He plans to spend More time with his family and less Lime with work after the he said. Addressing the school Board for the last he told his fellow members that his years on the Board Nave been a fulfilling experience and it is with regret he must leave. He praised the members of the dist. 96 Board for set Dolly missing a meeting. He also said serving on the school Board is probably the Only thing he Ever did in civic affairs that gave him satisfaction. He added that to his 10 years on the Board he Only saw one major mis Carriage of Board he said that the event occurred when a Board member once tried to do an administrator s Job. Edmunds warned his fellow if they should Ever have a problem with an administrator they should it with that person or get a new administrator to take his place. Edmunds was reelected for his fourth three year term on the Board last the remaining Board members Are expected to appoint someone within the next 30 Days to finish out the first year of that term. Of it is unable to select a new member within that time an election will be held to find a new Board member. According to William Fri tee the Board should have an appointee by the next Board Hitzeman said he has no idea who will replace but whoever it May that person will Only serve until april. At that time the remaining two Yeara of Edmunds term will be open to Public election. His wife Betty and their four children have lived in Long Grove for More than 14 years. He is one of the own ers of the Gross Cash Ere of mount Prospect before accepting Edmunds resignation Board members individually expressed their regret at seeing him leave the area. A Montessori Nursery school will open next month in Prospect Heights if the Cook county Board Grants a special use zoning permit for the school. Mrs. Ronald a Highland Park is seeking a special use permit to House the Nursery school in a building owned by our redeemer lutheran Palatine re. The land is currently zoned for single family Resi Dences. The petition will be Beard at 2 . Aug. 25 before the Cook county zoning which makes recommendations to the county Board. The hearing win be held in the Wheeling Village 251 w. Dundee re. Mrs. Forslin and Kostron who will operate the have already Token applications for the fall session. Mrs. Forslin said she expects to be granted the permit the which would be housed in two classrooms rented from the could accommodate a maximum of 35 students in both the morning and after noon sessions. Mrs. Forsan said she is now accepting applications for students from to years of age. Prob ably just begin with one morning ses she Montessori school creates an environment for the child to grow in. It s a carefully prepared environment and a child learns through his own mrs. Forslin said. She said the school would meet a state requirements. She said parents Are charged a yearly but would not say what it is. Would he to have a formal reply to the bid by the end of this month. Fox the initial offer is acquisition of the South half is part of the District s Effort to turn the area into a Park site and recreation area. Park officials have said if the land was a it would be left in its natural state As a wildlife preserve As Well As a Park. Recently the Federal department of housing and Urban development gave the Park District its consent to be Gin acquisition negotiations As a first step toward possible Federal funding. Local environmentalist groups and area residents interested m preserving the South half Nave urged the Park District to buy the wetland to insure its preservation. The Slough is divided by Willow Road which was recently paved by the Cook county Highway department Park officials have also indicated they would Uke to Purchase the North half currently owned by the bitterest Homeowner s As school information to be mailed to ghost to vanish by next year area television viewers can expect at least another year of reception difficulties on Channel 7 the and operated Chicago station plans to move its Antenna from Marina towers to atop the Sears Tower to alleviate problems in the Northwest but the move will not be made until fall of 1973. A spokesman for Channel 7 said yesterday ail geared no to but structural reinforcement on the Sears Tower will take at least a year to Complete. Sears. Roebuck and co. Offered monday to help finance the relocation of All Chicago networks atop its building. Northwest suburban residents began receiving double images on chm Tiet 7 in March and the problem has become More severe. The station s officials say the construction of High Rise primarily the Standard Oil has obstructed the transmitting signal causing the interference. Channel 7 is the Lone major Chicago network affected by the Loop construe tion. Channel s and Channel 2 transmitters Are located of the John Hancock Center and thin far there a buteo Little interference. Originally planned to in stall in eclat absorbing on the Sears Tower to prevent interference to broadcaster transmitting from the Han cock Center. That solution in waver is in according to Stan spoke the spokesman Sam the Best solution to the problems throughout the Chicago area is to relocate All stations atop the 100-Story Sears Tower. The Faa bos Given final approval for a 350-foot Extension to Joe height of the Sears Tower to allow the television an Tennas. While Channel 7 officials Ana Channel 32 were very pleased with the Sears announcement and indicated they Hope to relocate the other stations merely said they will study the proposal. Besides channels 2 and 5t also located on the Hancock Center Are Channel 9 Channel 38 and Channel 44 work is underway for Channel a new station to transmit on the Han cock Center. Channel 26 transmits from the Board of Trade building and has indicated it wishes to move to the Sears Tower. Educational Channel 11 broadcasts from 1000 Lake Shore or. Each station is expected to spend some f 1 million to move to the Sears Tower. A Channel 7 official said the move from the smaller Marina City building to the towering Sears Structure will the Crisp est signal you have Ever had in the Northwest registration Book rental information Aid other school opening mate rial will be mailed to Audi Stevenson High school parents this week. School begins for All Stevenson Stu dents at 8 aug. 3d. Juniors and seniors will re port to the auditorium at 9 . Fresh men students will attend an Assembly in the gym. Students who moved to the Stevenson High school District this summer May make appointments to Register for classes by calling the guidance depart ment after aug. 23. Students May pick up their class schedules on aug. 23 and 24 from 8 . To noon and from i to 3 . On aug. 23 schedules can also be picked up from 7 to 9 . Each student should be prepared to pay his annual textbook rental fee at the same the business office announced. Other act Rity dates include the annual yearbook which will be in the cafeteria from to . Aug. 39. Department chairmen will begin meet Lauritzen to receive president s award Lauritzen and of Wheeling has been selected to receive the presi Dent s award for excellence in sex recognition of outstanding to increase of . Trade the certificate will be presented aug. And sen. Adial Stevenson m and Ger Ald a director of the com Merce said they will attend tiie ceremony. Lat Ritzen manufactures ingredients for the baking such As dry egg and dough conditioner. They sell to wholesale bakeries in the United states As Well As is major countries in Central and South America. The company has expanded its Market to include Europe and far East the company moved to the wheel ing Industrial District in 1969. Ings on aug. 21 and 22. New teachers will report for an orientation program on aug. 24 and 25. Staff members will be on duty beginning aug. Supt. Harold Banser said. Office is As close to you As phone Home delivery 394-0110 mass Tell Call toy 10 .1 m. Want ads 394-3400 sports bulletins 394-1700 other departments 394-3300 the Herald of Wheeling Buffalo Grove Dally monday Friday by paddock publications. Inc. So e. Dundee Rood Wheeling. Luiu ols 60090 Kate Hume Iii Wheeling Siirid Bull Nett crave Sac per Wick w Slit Sieve Forsyt i Rit a he Nat Jill Lynn Asit iof Marianne Scott Keith Rel hard land 3 City staff t lass a oblige paid at Wheeling. Ill Iliou information is All Weber we Don t need to Knock our selves out to dig things out for Board member Arthur Aronson raid be was concerned about the unit District study this turns out to Bene fit Elk it might also Benefit Wheeling and that would leave Arlington Heights and mount Prospect by them selves in the nigh school unit school under the present state Aid get More Money than districts with separate elementary and High schools. Board member Gene for Mer president of the dist. 59 said he does not believe residents of dist. 59 support the move towards unit districts. Keep saying they need Money and then they go spend for a be said. Think they Are using this As a tool to get a referendum passed. There is Only a hard Core of people in Elk Grove Village who want a unit Dis dist. 99 includes parts of Elk Grove Arlington mount Prospect and Des Plaines. Or. And serves lit sub contract Green tree industries established in non profit sheltered workshop hos provided Mony unique services for industries throughout the Northwest suburbs and while of the some Tii Rte filling the need allowing emotionally disabled and other handicapped persons to become involved in Independent productive work. Type Tat work Hap contracts hand of Small goods uht work printing and collating the Fiur daily it rec shifts Art run by trailed personnel and Green Trees it governed an tight Man Loard of and a full time program director. Because it is a ton profit workshop a work done it to the contractor. For Fer Thor write or Colt w. J. Tumleson 827-8811 555 Wilson Lone Des Lumowa 60016

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