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The AYP scores and resulting failure of six schools in the district open up Choice options as well.
Board President Bill Walsh said the district will need to completely re-evaluate its busing systems.
Wolf’s Crossing and Bednarcik students will be back to buses Monday. Some Homestead Elementary students will temporarily have buses starting on Sept. 4.
Kendall County State's Attorney Eric Weis reminds board that there are both criminal and civil remedies to enforce provisions of the Open Meetings Act.
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Kendall County State's Attorney Eric Weis has laid out a plan of corrective measures after spring recording errors.
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