Oswego School District 308 news
Kroner told her District 308 school board colleagues on Oct. 25 that she will be resigning her seat in December.
“The death of a student can create a challenging and difficult time and a high level of anxiety and distress for some students,” Oswego School District Superintendent John Sparlin said. “Over the weekend, today and throughout the week we have additional counselors, psychologist and social workers at the school to speak with students and staff that need someone to talk with.”
As of Oct. 13, OSD 308 had 196 job vacancies across 18 departments listed on its Applitrack job application website. As of Oct. 19, the district has 201 open positions in 19 departments listed on the same website.
According to data provided by the district, only one case of COVID-19 was recorded among district staff during the week of Oct. 11-17. Three staff members are in exclusion, one at the elementary level and two at the high school level.
Check out photos from the stands at the Oct. 15 Oswego High School vs Oswego East High School crosstown varsity football game
Information about OSD 308′s program was announced in a letter sent to families Oct. 13. The program is “available to all students at no charge,” according to the letter, and is optional, requiring parent consent prior to participation.
The $250 incentives will be available until Feb. 1, 2022.
“We need these positions filled in schools so that we are not overworking the current staff, ”Oswego School District 308 Superintendent John Sparlin told the Board of Education Tuesday evening.
According to data provided by OSD 308, only one case of COVID-19 was recorded among district staff during the week of Oct. 4 - 10. The case was recorded at the high school level. Two staff members are in exclusion, one at the elementary level and one at the high school level.
The district released its staff vaccination data to the Oswego Ledger and KendallCountyNow.com Oct. 7 in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.