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February Board of Education COW meeting provides construction, legislative updates

By Braden Turk
February 7, 2020

The Board of Education Committee of the Whole meeting started last night with recognition of Heineman Middle School’s Snow Hawks team, a skiing/snowboarding...

12/5 Board of Education COW meeting: Celebrating greatness

12/5 Board of Education COW meeting: Celebrating greatness

By Ayman Mirkhan
December 6, 2019

To achieve greatness. Most of the time this concept is associated with famous names such as Michael Jordan or Walter Payton, but sometimes the obtainment...

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Committee of the Whole discusses arming teachers, new courses

By Braden Turk
November 8, 2019

Last night’s Committee of the Whole meeting was quite eventful, with topics ranging from arming staff in the classroom to new Huntley High School courses. There...

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September COW meeting: Vanguard recognized and solar panel updates

By Braden Turk
September 6, 2019

The Sept. 5 Committee of the Whole meeting, the first of the 2019-2020 school year, began last night with recognition of Huntley High School’s growing...

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December COW meeting: summer school changes and new campus officers

By Braden Turk
December 11, 2018

The Board of Education went over a few relevant topics on its regular Committee of the Whole meeting last Thursday night. The biggest item on the agenda...

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Oct. 2018 Committee of the Whole meeting: 2020 Europe trip proposed

By Braden Turk
October 14, 2018

The Oct. 11 Board of Education meeting opened on a solemn note last night, as the room took a minute to honor the passing of HHS graduate Joshua Szeszol....

Board of education meeting honors District 158 staff and retirees

Board of education meeting honors District 158 staff and retirees

By Emily Kindl
May 7, 2017

On Thursday, May 4, a Huntley District 158 Board of Education meeting took place: honoring hard-working staff members, addressing heavy traffic at Marlowe...

The Committee of the Whole meet in the Board Room.

COW meeting

By Devin Martin
October 9, 2014
[Y]ears ago, Huntley High School moved its graduation ceremony to the Sears Centre in Hoffman Estates. In 2015, however, that may change. At Thursday’s Committee of the Whole meeting, board members expressed concern over the graduation ceremony at the Sears Centre Arena. Dr. Burkey presented for approval of the 2015 graduation date for the Sears Centre Arena. Soon this would lead to debate with the board members to discuss other locations that would be cheaper, and more affordable. The main factor to pull from the Sears Centre Arena is the cost which is $30 thousand. Seniors graduate from Huntley High School at around May 30. The Graduation continues to be at Sears Centre Arena. But with this cost, it may be the end for the Sears Centre Arena.The board members presented a location not too far away.
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