Stories about St. Charles District 303
St. Charles School District 303 board members approved the purchase of two new school buses at a board meeting Sept. 11.
Starting in the 2024-25 school year, Fox Ridge Early Childhood Center will become an elementary school, early childhood care will be moved to the Haines Center and Lincoln Elementary School will be repurposed to house transition programming and staff offices.
St. Charles East High School celebrated homecoming with a parade on Main Street through Downtown St. Charles on Thursday, Aug. 31, 2023.
St. Charles School District 303 committee members approved of the purchase of two new school buses at the Aug. 28 Business Services Committee meeting.
Images from the first day of school at Wild Rose Elementary School in St. Charles on Monday, Aug. 14, 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.
St. Charles District 303 school board members voted to approve changes to Superintendent Paul Gordon's contract at their Aug. 7 meeting.
St. Charles School Board members voted Monday night to begin conducting enrollment and boundary analyses, as boundaries to the district’s enrollment zones are expected to change before the 2024-25 school year.
Starting in the 2024-25 school year, Fox Ridge Early Childhood Center will become an elementary school, early childhood care will be moved to the Haines Center, and Lincoln Elementary School will be repurposed to house transition programming and staff offices.
Superintendent Paul Gordon said previously that beginning in the 2024-25 school year, Fox Ridge Early Childhood Center likely will become an elementary school and Lincoln Elementary School will be repurposed.
This year’s Hall of Fame class includes one contributor, one coach, and five former athletes at St. Charles High School.
The St. Charles School District 303 school board has approved new contracts with the St. Charles Transportation and Maintenance Association and the St. Charles Educational Support Professionals unions during a special board meeting on Thursday.
Two students from Wredling Middle School and two students from Thompson Middle School were presented with an American Legion Award this spring.
The approval will raise the salary for returning administrators and other staff members up to 4.5% of last year’s pay.
The school board was scheduled to vote Monday night on a plan to repurpose district buildings, but instead tabled the vote to a future meeting.