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Dr. John Burkey

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HUNTLEY District 158 has begun the ..., 28 Feb 2014 [cached]
HUNTLEY District 158 has begun the statewide search for its next academic chief, but Superintendent John Burkey has mixed feelings about filling the position.
Burkey has seen Moan go from a high school dean to the district's top academic administrator in the eight years Burkey has led the district.
"I'm very happy he got the job in Woodstock," Burkey said.
In replacing Moan, District 158 will look for someone with strong leadership skills and knowledge of various subjects to help move the district forward, Burkey said.
You have to be the right person to lead all kinds of curriculum," Burkey said.
Consolidated School District 158 -- Staff, 25 May 2010 [cached]
Dr. John Burkey, Superintendent (847) 659-6103
HUNTLEY District 158 Superintendent ..., 18 Nov 2013 [cached]
HUNTLEY District 158 Superintendent John Burkey had the TV ready for the Chicago Bears game Sunday, when he first saw news that a tornado ripped through his hometown of Washington.
Burkey immediately felt shock as he learned that the tornado, with winds between 170 and 190 miles per hour, destroyed Washington neighborhoods nearly a mile away from his old house in the Tazewell County community, near Peoria.
In the moments that followed, Burkey called and texted friends from his Washington Community High School days to learn that some had their homes destroyed or damaged. None of his friends were severely injured.
"It destroyed whole neighborhoods in Washington," Burkey said.
Burkey, who no longer has family in Washington, said he has already donated to the numerous relief organizations assisting residents affected by the tornado.
He moved from Peoria to Washington during middle school, graduated high school there and often returned during breaks as an undergraduate student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
He permanently returned to the area in the late 1990s to work as a principal for Dunlap Middle School near Peoria.
He later would become an assistant superintendent at the Dunlap school district before moving to Huntley in 2006 to become District 158's top administrator.
Burkey said he plans to keep in touch with friends from Washington, as residents there begin the long recovery effort.
"Tornadoes touched a lot of communities in the state," he said.
Staff | Huntley Area Chamber of Commerce, 28 Jan 2013 [cached]
John Burkey, Consolidated School District 158
McHenry County Blog | Huntley School Board [cached]
March 19, 2011 By: Cal Skinner Category: Huntley Education Association, Huntley School Board, Huntley School District 158, John Burkey, Kevin Gentry, Kim Skaja, Larry Snow, Shawn Green, Strike, Teacher Contract, Teacher Negotiations, Teacher Pay, Teacher Salaries, Teacher Strike, Teachers Union, Tony Quagliano
These comments by Huntley School District Superintendent John Burkey in the First Electric Newspaper stirred my memory:
John Burkey.
John Burkey's nod of approval, board members Tony Quagliano, Kevin Gentry and Kim Skaja voted to reverse the board's vote, as Board President Shawn Green literally was a no-show at the final negotiation meetings.
Superintendent John Burkey claimed $5,836 of the total, $3,388 for Hinshaw and $2,448 for Miller.
August 18, 2010 By: Cal Skinner Category: HESPA, Huntley Education Support Personnel Association, Huntley School Board, Huntley School District 158, John Burkey, Larry Snow, Shawn Green, Transparency
John Burkey
John Burkey for a copy of the contract. I said, "Sure."
Snow negotiated the last contract with HESPA along with Burkey and Shawn Green.
Burkey and above, Burkey's response:
Burkey, John wrote:
While Burkey writes how he "cannot," there is no legal prohibition preventing Burkey from providing the information because it is not a public document.
It is a decision on Burkey's part how he "won't."
Some superintendents choose to be uncooperative, as Burkey has, while insisting that residents and parents be cooperative.
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