Tag: District 233 Board of Education

Christopher Riedel

Meet the Candidates: Christopher K. Riedel, D233 (free)

Age: 48Education: B.A., M.A., M.B.A.Job/role: ConnectSx, CEO/Co-founderFamily: I am married with 2 children. Issues:A continued focus on educational equity for all learners; supporting and strengthening the educational excellence of H-F High School through strong collaboration with the administration, staff, and the community; ensuring the safety of the H-F environment for all students and staff;[Read More…]

Gerald Pauling

Meet the Candidates: Gerald Pauling II, D233 (free)

Age: 55Education: J.D., University of California at Los Angeles School of Law; B.S., Business Administration, University of IllinoisJob/role: Partner and member of the Executive Committee, Seyfarth Shaw LLPFamily: Wife, Eugenia; three children. Issues:Academic achievement and performance; fiscal responsibility; continued staff growth and development; school culture and climate. Goals: 

Nathan Legardy

Meet the Candidates: Nathan Legardy, D233 (free)

Age: 51Education: B.S. Finance, DePaul UniversityJob/role: Wiz Kids Foundation – Executive DirectorFamily: Wife, Badia, two children.Other elected positions: Serving on the District 233 School Board since 2019. Issues:  Goals:Continue supporting the administration by transforming the district to a more data-centric culture. Increasing alignment with feeder system schools with the end goal of improving the preparedness[Read More…]

H-F teachers make District 233 candidate endorsements

The Homewood-Flossmoor Education Organization has endorsed four candidates for positions on the District 233 school board in the April 4 election. The teachers union, representing about 220 teachers and instructional assistants at Homewood-Flossmoor High School, has selected newcomer Christopher Riedel and incumbents Pam Jackson, Gerald Pauling and Nathan Legardy to[Read More…]

H-F board approves technology purchases

Pre-pandemic, Homewood-Flossmoor High School had racks of Chromebooks in each classroom for student use. The devices served as individual computers and were distributed by teachers. The system was an easy way to assure that all students were working from the same equipment for class assignments. When schools got notice in[Read More…]

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