Saturday, April 6, 2013
This employer is courting you. Stop by between noon and 4 p.m. at Dancing Marlin's, a soon-to-open restaurant in Frankfort.
A Hiring Open House between noon and 4 p.m. Saturday at Dancing Marlin's Restaurant, 20590 S. LaGrange Road. Don't let the old sign, Dino Anthony's, fool you. That's where Dancing Marlin's is planning to open its doors. "We are looking for experienced cooks and servers. Interested come by and talk with us today. Please bring your resume," said Chelsea Swingler, Darlin spokesperson. Get news alerts and Facebook updates from these Lincoln-Way Patch sites:
Friday, May 11, 2012
Plus: New Johnson Controls contract saves Summit Hill school district $40K. Read the blog from Wednesday night's meeting for more details.
Summit Hill School District 161 has new finance and special education directors as the board of education hired two veteran administrators from Plainfield's school district during Wednesday's meeting at Frankfort Square Elementary School. Susan Krautstrunk was hired as director of finance and transportation, taking over for Dean Gerdes, who is resigning from the post at the end of June. Bridget Nolan follows Julie Egan as the district's special education director. In March, Egan agreed to be the new supervisor for Lincoln-Way Area Special Education District 843. Krautstrunk and Nolan begin work July 1. Current position: Director of finance, Plainfield Community Consolidated School District 202, since 2010 Background: Krautstrunk has been …
Friday, December 16, 2011
The board approves the hiring 5-1 amid criticism from the public and some board members that the position should have been posted and other candidates interviewed.
In an almost five-hour standing room-only meeting that included unanimously passing a property tax levy, outlining plans to eliminate inefficiencies in the district and sparring between members of the public and board members, the big news from Wednesday's meeting of the Summit Hill School District 161 board didn't come until the very end after members returned from an hour-and-a-half closed session. That's when the board voted 5-1 to hire Barb Rains as the district's permanent superintendent, removing the interim label from the title she's held since former Superintendent Keith Pain resigned over the summer. Her contract begins immediately and will run through June 30, 2013, at a salary of $145,000, an increase of about $30,000 from her …
Wednesday, November 9, 2011
The Summit Hill school board begins the process to hire a new superintendent at Wednesday's meeting. And the board president already has her eye on the ideal candidate for the job.
Since Keith Pain's unexpected retirement in late May, Summit Hill School District 161 has been without a permanent superintendent. The district's school board will start the process to change that when the members discuss at Wednesday's meeting at Dr. Julian Rogus School how to proceed with a candidate search and the eventual hiring of the position. The district has been gathering input from parents surveys at recent school teacher conferences about what they want in a new superintendent, said D161 Board President Mary Kenny. The board will take those recommendations Wednesday and decide whether to have a town hall meeting to let other members of the district community--including teachers and administrators--voice their opinions on the …
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Scott Tingley returns to the school where he served as associate principal, replacing Barbara Jensen who retired at the end of the school year.
Lincoln-Way East High School has a new principal, thanks to the hiring of Scott Tingley to take over for Brenda Jensen, who retired at the end of the school year, according to a Lincoln-Way High School District 210 release. This marks a return to L-W East for Tingley, 39, of New Lenox, who, starting in 2007, served under Jensen as associate principal. Since 2009, Tingley has been the personnel director for SD210. According to the release, Tingley said he wants to build on East's educational traditions and support faculty and students. “We have great expectations in scholastics and extracurriculars,” he stated in the release. “I want that to remain. “My job is to maintain and grow,” he added. “You’re not going to see any drastic changes.” …