The District 233 board on Tuesday, June 18, moved two administrators into new assignments at Homewood-Flossmoor High School, but not without some controversy and a split vote. Craig Fantin was recently hired for the 2019-20 school year as a dean. The board reassigned him to be the associate principal in the South Building. He will fill the spot vacated by Lawrence Cook, the incoming business manager. Fantin starts at $125,500. He has a three-year contract. Fantin most recently was principal at Peotone High. He started his career as a math teacher at H-F . . .
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