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Former Rock Island-Milan School Board ...
Former Rock Island-Milan School Board President Steve Clark said that when Loy was hired for the superintendent's position, "he was my first, second, and third choice.
Clark, who is now a consultant with the Illinois Association of School Boards, said Loy has meant a lot to the district, as an educator and as a superintendent.
"He's an innovator," Clark
said of Loy.
been a great superintendent," Clark
Posted in Education, Local on Tuesday, November 24, 2009 10:20 pm Updated: 7:22 pm. | Tags: Rock Island-milan School District
, Rick Loy, Building Excellence Plan, Retirement, Alaska, Superintendent, Steve Clark
Steve Clark stayed with the ...
Steve Clark stayed with the Rock Island/Milan school board 31 years since his first election in 1976.He was in the midst of his second turn as board chairman when he accepted a unique opportunity to join the Illinois Association of School Boards as a facilitator for other school boards.Clark's leadership helped keep Rock Island/Milan schools progressing steadily during contentious times, including two contentious school restructurings.He leaves behind a splendid example of progressive leadership from which other Illinois districts can learn.
Both Howard and Clark
lived models of energetic, civil civic leadership that made our community better.Thank you.
"We have a joint meeting to ...
"We have a joint meeting to keep each other abreast of what's going on," Rock Island-Milan school board president Steve Clark said.
...City manager John Phillips and Mr. Clark emphasized that the aldermen have not been asked to formally endorse the referendum.
"I think this is an extremely important step forward, not just for the district, but the city of Rock Island and Milan," Mr. Clark
said of the plan.
Monday's meeting will help inform city staff and elected officials on the needs of the district and benefits of "Building Excellence."
"We know they're going to get questions, and we definitely want them as educated as possible so they can answer questions," Mr. Clark
"If the historic designation is not ...
"If the historic designation is not removed, the entire plan collapses," Rock Island-Milan school board president Steve Clark said of the proposed $9 million magnet school to be built on the 14-acre site.
If the school district would have been forced to renovate existing buildings, it likely would add more than $5 million to the project price tag, Mr. Clark
"We simply can't afford that, and it would destroy our timetable," he
If voters approve selling bonds to finance the work, demolition is now expected to happen in February 2008, with groundbreaking in March and the school's completion by July 2009, he
Rock Island-Milan School Board president ...
Rock Island-Milan School Board president Steve Clark said he'd like to see the schools more economically balanced.