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Phone: (618) ***-****  
Email: r***@***.org
Local Address:  Illinois , United States
ROE 41
157 N. Main Street - Suite 438
Edwardsville , Illinois 62025
United States

Company Description: ROE 41 assists schools and educators improve teaching and learning and assists school personnel with proper licensure (certification) procedures. Owns and...   more
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Dr. Robert A. Daiber Regional ...
www.roe41.org, 3 June 2015 [cached]
Dr. Robert A. Daiber Regional Superintendent of Schools 618.296.4632
Madison County Recycling - Education - Earth Flag Celebration
www.madisoncountyrecycles.com, 30 Aug 2014 [cached]
Regional Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Bob Daiber, welcomes guests to the Sixteenth Annual Earth Flag Celebration Assembly.
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Madison County Regional Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Robert Daiber, presented the thirteenth School Recycling Coordinator of the Year Award to Ms. Carol McFall.
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Dr. Daiber awarded McFall a recycled glass plaque in honor of her accomplishments as recycling coordinator for the past 15 years.
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From left to right: Dr. Bob Daiber, Regional Superintendent of Schools; Ms. Carol McFall, Recycling Coordinator of the Year; Mr. David Cannady, Waste Management and Robin Karlas, Allied Waste.
Belleville News-Democrat | 02/19/2006 | The health care overload in metro-east government
www.belleville.com, 19 Feb 2006 [cached]
Madison County Board member Bob Daiber, D-Marine, dropped his coverage as well.He called the free policy "an aggravation" that got in the way of claims made through insurance he receives from his full-time teaching job.
"I don't want it.I don't have any use for it.I don't need it," he said.
When asked why he didn't cancel the policy before being contacted by a reporter, Daiber answered, "Because everybody else was getting it."
Madison County selects ...
www.belleville.com, 20 April 2007 [cached]
Madison County selects Daiber as regional superintendent
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The Madison County Board elected one of its own to be the new regional superintendent of schools Wednesday: Bob Daiber of Marine.
Daiber is serving his second term on the County Board.He is a 29-year teacher at Triad High School, a farmer and, since 2001, Marine Township supervisor.He replaces longtime Superintendent Harry Briggs, who resigned to lead Granite City School District 9.
In order to take his new position, Daiber will have to resign from Triad High School and Madison County Board.He will remain Marine Township supervisor.
Daiber said it was rewarding to see his fellow board members vote unanimously to approve Chairman Alan Dunstan's recommendation to hire him.
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Daiber, 50, has a doctorate in education from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville and certifications in education administration and curriculum and instruction.His career has been entirely at Triad High School, where he is a technology teacher and technical coordinator.Although he is eligible to retire in four years, he said he still has "a lot of energy."
"I felt that I was called upon to do a job that I feel I can make a great contribution to," Daiber said."This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. ...I respected (Briggs) to the nth degree.I will maintain the high dignity of the office and I'll bring new innovation to it."
Daiber, a Democrat, has been active in politics for many years, running unsuccessfully against state Rep.
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Daiber said it's the challenge that made him seek the new job."I've never taken a job for money in my life -- money only motivates you so long," he said.
On the County Board, Daiber chaired the Planning and Development Committee and helped form the board's stance on impact fees: requiring all municipalities in a district to approve impact fees before the board will consider them.
"I see it to be a continued topic, and I hope it doesn't die because my voice isn't on my board," Daiber said.
Belleville News-Democrat | 03/04/2006 | Letters 3/4
www.belleville.com, 4 Mar 2006 [cached]
County Board member Bob Daiber, when asked why he took duplicate health insurance from the county, said: "Because everybody else was getting it."
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