Genoa-Kingston District 424 news
Springtime is here and brings with it the season of graduation, including a chance for some Genoa-Kingston High School seniors to be recognized by the Genoa Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual Genoa Days King & Queen Scholarship contest.
Genoa residents had the opportunity to choose who next will represent them on the Genoa City Council and Genoa School District 424 Tuesday. Here are unofficial results for those races:
Brent O’Daniell has resigned as Genoa-Kingston District 424′s superintendent, effective June 30, according to a news release from the district this week. O'Daniell is set to be superintendent at a central Illinois school district.
Only one of five candidates running for three seats on the Genoa-Kingston School District 424 School Board, David Cleveland, appeared to address voters during a virtual forum this week ahead of the April 4 election.
Genoa-Kingston School District 424 fifth grader Alayna Johnson recently won the district’s spelling bee, and will next head to the regional Scripps Spelling Bee set for March 18 in Sycamore.
Nearly three dozen DeKalb County residents filed by Monday’s deadline to run for a school board seat in eight different community school districts in this spring’s Consolidated Election.
Seven DeKalb County residents, including some incumbents and new faces, have filed to run for school board seats in the DeKalb, Sycamore and Genoa-Kingston school districts so far for the 2023 consolidated election.
As a federal program enacted as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic to provide free school lunches for all comes to an end, DeKalb County area school districts are preparing for the 2022-23 school year with plans of their own.
Students arrived for their first day of classes Tuesday at Genoa Elementary School.
Five DeKalb County educators were awarded Monday for their work inspiring a love of learning in their students over the past year.
Northern Rehab Physical Therapy Specialists awarded its annual Genoa-Kingston High School Sports and Health Scholarship to Emma Koehnke.
It’s been three weeks since 19 children and two teachers were gunned down in an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, and area educators and police say they’re continuing to look for ways to improve local school safety.
The Genoa Lions Club presented 12 Genoa-Kingston students with citizen and students of the year awards this spring.
Genoa-Kingston High School will have a drive-thru St. Patrick’s Day dinner to fundraise for prom on March 17 at The Lincoln Inn at Faranda’s in DeKalb. Tickets must be preordered by March 14.
Scholarship applications are being accepted for the annual Genoa-Kingston High School Health & Sports Scholarship sponsored by Northern Rehab Physical Therapy Specialists.