The District 233 financial picture have earned top ratings. Two recent reviews show that the school board’s management of Homewood-Flossmoor High’s finances continue to earn a AA+ rating from Standard & Poors, a credit rating agency, and an outstanding score of 3.9 out of 4.0 on a financial review by[Read More…]
Tag: H-F School District 233
The Homewood-Flossmoor District 233 school board welcomed newly elected board members Michelle Hoereth and Cynthia Turnquest to the board. Gerald Pauling was elected board president, and Debbie Berman was elected vice president/secretary. During the virtual special meeting on Friday, April 30, Hoereth, Turnquest and re-elected board member Steve Anderson were[Read More…]
Each year the administration at H-F High School proposes changes to the curriculum. The courses will be on the syllabus as options. Whether the courses will be officially offered depends on how many students enroll.
The Homewood-Flossmoor School District 233 Board of Education has approved a three-way agreement that will give Homewood-Flossmoor High students the opportunity to earn a college business degree in three years.
Over the next five years, the District 233 school board will be working from a set of six goals geared to continuously improve Homewood-Flossmoor High School’s educational offerings, finances and community relations. The goals were accepted at the Jan. 15 school board meeting when the new strategic plan was[Read More…]
The District 233 school board unanimously approved a grant application that could help reduce property taxes by more than $2 million. The board agreed at its December meeting to apply for the Property Tax Relief Grant. The Illinois State Board of Education will review applications this month to determine[Read More…]