Batavia, Illinois School District news
Mike Wall will begin his role on July 1, following the retirement of Kevin Skomer.
Marklund Hyde Center were treated with valentines and stories from students from Grace McWayne Elementary School on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024.
Batavia District 101 is seeking Hall of Honor Nominations for 2024.
The Illinois Art Education Association has recognized Batavia High School as a School of Distinction for the second time.
Batavia High School held their annual homecoming parade through Batavia on Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2023.
Daniel White, Kadin Johnson and Aleksandar Simeunovic were named by officials of the National Merit Scholarship Corporation along with approximately 16,000 semifinalists in the 69th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.
The Batavia school board’s tentative 2024-2025 budget is expected to have a surplus of just over $2 million.
Parents and students in Batavia School District 101 were welcomed back to school on Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2023.
Students in Kane County school districts return to class next week. St. Charles District 303 starts Monday Aug. 14, and Batavia Public School District 101, Geneva Community Unit School District 304, and Kaneland Community Unit School District 302 all start on Wednesday, Aug. 16.
Superintendent Tom Kim said he is driven to serve students and ready to be a champion for those in Batavia Public School District 101.
Batavia school district’s new superintendent took his place at the table at Tuesday night’s school board meeting, where administration and board members discussed the tentative budget for fiscal year 2024.
Superintendent Lisa Hichens is retiring at the end of the month after 22 years of service in Batavia.
The effort between these agencies seeks to increase awareness and encourage responsible driving behaviors to reduce the risk of crashes involving pedestrians.
The Batavia Education Association and Board of Education announced the agreement at a special board meeting Wednesday night. The contract will be in effect for four years.
The Batavia Public Schools District 101 would receive a share of the tax monies generated by the new casino. It is expected to be built adjacent to Chicago Premium Outlets, which is in the Batavia school district.