Tag: Homewood-Flossmoor High School

H-F administrators hear from students after alleged assault

An estimated seven dozen students met with Homewood-Flossmoor High School administrators Tuesday after school to discuss their concerns a day after a student was allegedly sexually assaulted in the South Building. Flossmoor police are investigating the alleged sexual assault at H-F that police say occurred Monday morning, Oct. 31. No[Read More…]

District 233 gives approval to $63.8 million budget

The District 233 school board approved the $63.8 million budget for fiscal year 2023 at its Sept. 20 board meeting. The budget will cover expenses at Homewood-Flossmoor High School this year. Lawrence Cook, chief school business official, reported the overall revenues will show a slight increase of 2.72% or approximately[Read More…]

Local school superintendents heard from administrators at the University of Illinois during a meeting on strengthening ties between schools and the U of I system. Present at the meeting were, from left, Bremen District 228 Superintendent Brad Sikora; University of Illinois System President Timothy Killeen; State Rep. Debbie Meyers-Martin, D-Olympia Fields; Rich District 227 Superintendent Johnnie Thomas; University of Illinois-Chicago Interim Chancellor Javier Reyes; and Homewood-Flossmoor District 233 Superintendent Dr. Scott Wakeley. (Provided photo)

H-F superintendent meets with U of I leaders

District 233 Superintendent Scott Wakeley met with University of Illinois leaders Sept. 8 getting a chance to stress the need for an “educator pipeline” and the need for college affordability. U of I System President Timothy L. Killeen and University of Illinois-Chicago Interim Chancellor Javier Reyes listened to superintendents from three[Read More…]

H-F science wing considered for Net Zero energy plan

Could the proposed science wing for Homewood-Flossmoor High School be a green building? District 233 school board members serving on the Finance Committee gave an enthusiastic thumbs up to the idea proposed by architect Ed Wright of DLA Architects at the committee’s Aug. 9 meeting. “If we can be a[Read More…]

H-F football ‘owes it to the community’ to erase last season

Homewood-Flossmoor football coach Terrell Alexander feels a responsibility to make up for last year. The Vikings were 4-5 during 2021’s pandemic-influenced campaign. They fell short of the postseason for the first time in a decade. H-F is ready to turn the page.  “It’s motivating,” Alexander, in his second year with[Read More…]

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