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Plainfield South High School will add another AP Calculus course and Computer Science to its repertoire in the fall as part of a grant from Google.
Board members cite uncertainty in state and federal funds when denying 2.5 percent, retroactive pay increases.
Plainfield School District 202 considers what to do about students who don't pay athletic or club fees; one option could mean students will be forced to withdraw from their sport.
The district's operating fund deficit is an improvement over what was anticipated last fall, but reduction in general state aid could cause future deficits.
That's the amount of local property taxes District 202 will request from the Will and Kendall County clerks.
Lane Abrell will become superintendent upon John Harper's retirement in 2014.
Non-personnel cuts and additional revenue has reduced a once-anticipated $8.9 million operating fund deficit down to $1.8 million.
The change lowers the number of high school deans and guidance counselors in District 202 under the new plan adopted Monday.
District 202 partners with the comptroller to seek more than $1 million in unpaid school fees.
District Supt. John Harper and board of education president Roger Bonuchi said they respect PCHS administrators' decision to halt production on student version of the Broadway musical.
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