It's just a month into the 2012-13 year for schools in the Lincoln-Way High School District 210, and faculty, administrators and students are getting an idea of what to expect and what challenges are ahead.
As we've done in the past, Patch sat down with Supt. Lawrence Wyllie to discuss the school year as well as other topics. The third part deals with finding new revenue streams, including possibly charging for athletics.
- Part 1: Wyllie talks about how the beginning of the school year has started for the district.
- Part 2: The superintendent discusses how the district can maintain high academic standards while state aid and budget numbers keep shrinking.
Editor's note: The interview with Wyllie was done the week of Sept. 2.
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