Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Get results for the Lake Zurich District 95 School board here for the April 9, 2013 election.
Patch is your source for local election results. This is where we will post updated election results once the polls close on April 9, 2013. Six candidates are running for four open seats on the Lake Zurich District 95 board of education. Background information: Scott McConnell Eileen Maloney Russell Cerqua –did not respond John Shaw Lisa Warren Kathy Brown Results do not include early voting, vote by mail or provisional ballots.
Friday, December 7, 2012
Filing begins Dec. 17.
Friday, December 7, 2012
Nominating petition forms for the April 9, 2013 school board election in Lake Zurich Community Unit School District 95 are now available. Forms may be picked up in the office of the board secretary at 400 S. Old Rand Rd., Lake Zurich, on any business day between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. A school board candidate’s petition must be filed in the same office no earlier than 8 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 17 and no later than 5 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 26. Candidates’ names will appear on the election ballot in the order in which their nominating papers are received in the secretary’s office. Four seats on the seven-member board of education will be filled at the April 9th election. Candidates elected will serve four-year terms expiring in April, 2017. To …
Sunday, March 13, 2011
Polls open from March 14 through March 31 for early voters.
Sunday, March 13, 2011
Early voting for the Tuesday, April 5, Consolidated Election begins Monday, March 14, according to Willard Helander, Lake County clerk. Early voting is available from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday and from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, through Thursday, March 31. Voters can visit LakeVoterPower.info and enter information to confirm their registration at their current address, see a sample ballot and find their early voting location. "Early voting continues to be a popular choice for Lake County voters. Because April 5 may be busy, select the day and time most convenient for you to vote early," said Helander. Early voters are required to present a valid Illinois driver's license, an Illinois identification card issued by the Secretary …
Friday, March 4, 2011
Four candidates running to fill three open postions on the school board.
Jim Burke, Doug Goldberg, Tony Pietro and Chris Wallace, the four candidates who are running, had an opportunity to discuss their views on a number of school-related topics during the school board candidate forum The forum was held Thursday night at Middle School North. There are three open seats on the board up for election on Tuesday, April 5. A second forum, sponsored by the Community Unit School District 95 PTOs, will be held 7 p.m., Tuesday, March 22, in the Middle School South Cafeteria. All questions had been submitted in advance, and each candidate was given two minutes to respond. Of the four, only Wallace is not an incumbent. Their Views on Creationism versus Evolution “I don’t think creationism is an issue,” said Goldberg. “…
Tuesday, March 1, 2011
Second of two District 95 PTO-sponsored forums is at Middle School South.
Tuesday, March 1, 2011
The second of two school board candidate forums sponsored by the Community Unit School District 95 PTOs will be held at 7 p.m., Tuesday, March 22, in the Middle School South Cafeteria. The first forum was held on March 2, at Middle School North. Three incumbents Jim Burke, Doug Goldberg, and Tony Pietro and a fourth candidate, Chris Wallace, are on the ballot and are expected to attend the forums. There are three posts on the board up for election. In the Consolidated election on , Tuesday, April 5, District 95 voters will elect three community members to serve four-year terms from the four candidates who are seeking election to the school board. At the forums, members of the community will be able to meet the candidates and hear their …
Monday, February 28, 2011
District 95 expands enrichment summer school classes and adds more credit advancement options for high school students.
Different options offered to District 95 students for summer school classes and the continuation of the Extended School Year (ESY) services for students with disabilities were discussed at the Feb. 24, Community Unit School District 95 board meeting. District 95 students don’t have to take the summer off of school if they don’t want to. New credit advancement classes, enrichment courses, and summer school co-operatives with Wauconda and Mundelein high schools are available. For the second year in a row, Lake Zurich High School (LZHS) is offering a wider range of credit advancement classes instead of credit recovery classes. Credit recovery classes are classes students take again if they previously failed a class, according to Jodi Wirt, …
Friday, January 28, 2011
Also, Lake Zurich High School has the top attendance rate in the county and formal gowns are donated to middle school.
An out-of-district tuition increase, high school attendance rate and a donation of formal gowns were reported at Thursday night's Community Unit School District 95 Board of Education meeting. District 95 Out-of-District Tuition Increase A $766.50 out-of-district tuition rate per student was approved by the board. The total cost for an out of district student to attend any school in District 95 is now going to be $11,178. “We increase the tuition every year, “said Jeff King, assistant superintendent of business and operations, District 95. District 95 can legally adjust the tuition up to 110 percent of the per capita cost of maintaining the schools in the district for the preceding year. According to Michael J. Egan, superintendent, …
Wednesday, December 22, 2010
School Board waives impact fee senior housing developer, puts vacant school up for sale.
The developer of Zurich Meadows, 250 Mohawk Trail, won't have to pay a $75,525 impact fee because the Community Unit School District 95 board waived the fee at its Dec. 16 meeting. The board also put the vacant Charles Quentin Elementary School, 21250 West Sherley Rd., up for sale. Carefree Development, LLC asked District 95 to waive the impact fee because, "We would not be having an impact on the school district," said Phil Moeller, owner. Zurich Meadows is planned to house resident's ages 55 years and older only. Per the agreement Carefree Development, LLC submitted to District 95, if at any time a school age child begins to reside at Zurich Meadows, they would pay the impact fee to District 95. In Lake County, it is standard for …
Friday, September 24, 2010
Hard economic times have yet to hit District 95's budget.
Just like a household budget, District 95 is balancing their budget by taking small amounts of money from several different places instead of just one. "We have looked at cutting expenses everywhere and not just one place," said Mike Egan, Ph.D., superintendent, District 95. "For example, we've cut $10,000 in paper costs by communicating electronically district wide." With a small amount of wiggle room District 95's Board of Education approved the 2010-2011 budget of $94,782,832 at tonight's school board meeting with board members asking for room to breath. "There is very little money to play with this year and we encourage our administration to develop a plan for variances," said Doug Goldberg, school board member. The state of Illinois …