D155’s Board of Education named Dr. Neil Lesinski as the next superintendent during a special board meeting on February 1. He will continue to serve as principal at Cary-Grove High School until June 30 and begin his new role on July 1. He will replace Superintendent Steve Olson, who will retire at the end of this school year after completing 38 years of educational service in District 155.
Sarah Lanza, a Prairie Ridge High School junior, earned a perfect score on the ACT the first time she took it. Only around three-tenths of one percent of all test takers earn the top score.
District 155 received a School Maintenance Grant by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) totaling $50,000 to improve and maintain education infrastructure. The district plans to use these funds to offset the cost of new cooling towers at Prairie Ridge High School.
District 155 celebrated the official opening of the new Health Careers Lab with a ribbon cutting ceremony. This state-of-the-art space at Crystal Lake Central High School will train 47 students this school year to become Illinois Certified Nursing Assistants.
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