Tag: Steve Anderson

Steve Anderson, president of Homewood-Flossmoor High School District 233 School Board.

School board, administrators working to keep H-F a ‘jewel’ among high schools

There have been and will be more changes at Homewood-Flossmoor High School that will protect the students, teachers and staff and help maintain the excellent work happening on the campus, according to Steve Anderson, president of the District 233 school board.    Steve Anderson,  president of  Homewood-  Flossmoor High  School[Read More…]

H-F school board schedules two meetings for Thursday

Two school board meetings are set for Thursday, Sept. 6, at Homewood-Flossmoor High School.  The Finance Committee will meet at 5 p.m. in the conference room in South Building.  Discussion will focus on how to handle Property Tax Appeal Board filings, residency investigations and the fine arts expansion project.   Steve[Read More…]

H-F board president assures community fine arts is a priority

Steven Anderson, president of the District 233 school board, on Tuesday reassured more than 200 students, parents, staff and Homewood-Flossmoor community members the “project for fine arts is not off the table.” It was a Monday finance committee decision not to allocate funds for architectural work on fine arts building[Read More…]

H-F finance committee stops plans for fine arts addition

The District 233 finance committee Monday decided not to move forward on a proposed fine arts addition at Homewood-Flossmoor High School.  Steve Anderson and Tim Wenckus said they could not support the project at this time. Jody Scariano, the finance committee chair, wholeheartedly supported the project. “If it means still[Read More…]

H-F school board asks for patience during its transition

District 233 school board President Steve Anderson asked residents to “be patient” with board operations, saying the three new board members need time to get up to speed.  “We’re new and there’s a steep learning curve,” he told the audience at the Sept. 19 meeting. But some residents in the[Read More…]

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