The District 158 Board of Education voted to approve boundary changes as recommended by the administration at the Board’s March 19, 2015, meeting. The approved option was presented to the Board at its February meeting as “Scenario 1,” along with … read more
Consolidated School District 158 will host two open houses for members of the public to learn about and provide feedback on three potential scenarios for changes to elementary and middle school boundaries. The scenarios were developed to alleviate capacity issues … read more
This spring, District 158 will administer the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) assessments to students in grades 3-8 and students in high school English I and Algebra I courses. Please see the letter below, which … read more
Anne Pasco, Department Chair of Blended Learning and Educational Technology at Huntley High School, has a lot to say about the tall task her team took on in launching the District’s Blended Learning Initiative.
The program has grown exponentially since its inception in 2011, and today more than one-third of HHS students are enrolled in at least one blended course.
Data show that those students are achieving at levels equal to or higher than those in traditional classes.
She is now sharing the lessons learned from those successes with other educators throughout the country through a blog launched in partnership with Haiku Learning, the company that provides the learning management software used in the Blended Program. Read More
HUNTLEY, IL – Consolidated School District 158 is among 547 school districts in the United States and Canada named to the 5th Annual AP® District Honor Roll, marking the third consecutive year District 158 has been honored on the list. … read more
State Senator Karen McConnaughay has issued a press release urging constituents to submit testimony for an Illinois General Assembly hearing regarding Senate Bill 16, the proposal that would radically alter the formula that determines state funding for public schools. As … read more
Forty students from Huntley High School were selected by teachers to participate in the Safe School Ambassadors initiative, a national training program that harnesses the power of students to help stop bullying and violence.
Dr. John Burkey, Superintendent October 15, 2014 What is Senate Bill #16? Last July, the Illinois Senate Education Funding Advisory Committee was tasked with recommending ways to improve public education funding in Illinois, which has remained unchanged since 1997. The … read more