Mary Drew School and the deficity reduction issues associated made a big impact.
Summit Hill Deficit
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Monday, January 28, 2013
Patch recently caught up with Summit Hill School District's four outgoing board members to discuss their time with the district and why they're not running for another term.
Mary Kenny has been a member of the Summit Hill School District 161 Board of Education for so many years that she’s lost count — she guesses it’s somewhere between 25 and 30. In the late 1970s, Kenny canvassed residential construction sites in the area, talking to families who were building their homes in the district, to create support for the construction of Indian Trail Elementary School. She was the president of the Lincoln-Way Area Special Education District 843 Board of Education for more than ten years and she is currently president of the Summit Hill board. During her time with District 161, enrollment has grown from approximately 1,200 students to 3,400 students. For the first time in decades, Kenny’s name will not appear on the …