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New Centennial Principal Candidate Up for Vote at Tonight’s School Board Meet

The Orland School District 135 Board of Education meets Monday night to decide Centennial’s new head, and placement of several other district faculty.

Keri DeYoung, who now serves as assistant principal at Bourbonnais Elementary Upper Grade Center, was recommended by Orland School District 135 staff to become the next principal at .

The district’s board of education will vote Monday night to decide whether to accept the recommendation, and hire DeYoung on as head of the elementary school. DeYoung began her career as a teacher and “reading recovery specialist” at William H. Taft Primary School, before working as student services coordinator at Kankakee Middle School and then moving to the Bourbonnais district, according to D135 documents.

The Centennial head seat opened in May when Lynn Zeder .

Jennifer Nichols, who works as dean of students for Conrady Junior High in Hickory Hills, will be recommended to . David Kennedy was hired to originally fill the assistant slot, but was recommended to be moved into the main position after .

Attached are a list of other recommended certified staff hires up for vote, as well as a new policy for showing movies in class and a break down of the $128,231 that Parents for Education groups raised for each school.

The meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the district’s , 15100 94th Ave.

Editor’s Note: Cover It Live has added new restrictions to their blogging platform, which lessens the number of people who can see the blogs. While we experiment with other tools to provide live updates in real time during meetings, look for updates during Monday night’s meeting on Orland Park Patch’s Facebook page.

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Ben Feldheim July 10, 2012 at 12:32 AM
Just a reminder that we'll be posting updates on the Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/orlandparkpatch, in lieu of live blogging.

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