Thursday, June 28, 2012
District 203 Superintendent Mark Mitrovich expressed his thanks to students and staff in a press release issued yesterday before he officially steps down June 30.
After three years as the Superintendent of Naperville School District 203, Mark Mitrovich will officially resign his position this Saturday, June 30. Mitrovich announced his resignation back in March during a District 203 Board of Education meeting. He expressed thanks to students, parents and administrators in a district press release issued yesterday afternoon. "As the end of June approaches and my time with all of you as Superintendent comes to a close, I wish to take this opportunity to express my sincere appreciation," he said in a press release. "Naperville is a wonderful community with strong schools that will continue to provide an enriching educational experience for all students." He went on to wish the district well before he …
Monday, May 21, 2012
The local Bellevue community will meet the candidates in community forums Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Monday, May 21, 2012
Bellevue School District provided the following information. Links and notes provided by Bellevue Patch staff: The Bellevue School Board has announced the top three finalists for the position of superintendent and will interview the three candidates within the week. (See the schedule on Bellevue Patch.) The Board narrowed the applicant field to three finalists in an interview session on Saturday. The three finalists are: The candidates will each visit Bellevue, Wash. within the week to participate in a day long interview process which will include several community forums to meet the public. Each candidate will participate in a day-long interview process which will begin with a morning community forum. After the morning community …
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Mark Mitrovich announced he will be leaving the district on June 30.
Lisle students in District 202 aren't the only ones getting a new superintendent for the 2012-2013 year. After three years as the Superintendent of Naperville School District 203, Mark Mitrovich announced Monday night he is resigning his position as of June 30. He made the announcement Monday night during a meeting of the District 203 Board of Education. In 2009, Mitrovich took over leadership at the school district and was signed to a three-year contract, according to District 203. In a statement before the Board Mitrovich said: "I would like to make a statement this evening that has required considerable thought and personal reflection. I am announcing my resignation from the position of Superintendent effective June 30, 2012. This is a …
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
The District 203 Board of Education approved the Enrollment Capacity Study committee's recommendation to take more time to develop a proper solution to the over- and under-crowding issues.
- Bob Bajek
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
More than 500 parents and concerned community members filled the Naperville Central High School auditorium Monday night as Naperville School District 203 Superintendent Mark Mitrovich and the district’s Enrollment Capacity Study committee asked the board of education for more time to make decisions on enrollment and school redistricting. The district had hired RSP Consultants to collect information about the district’s demographics, which showed a downward trend in enrollment over the next five years. After members of the 203 community became concerned that the district was moving too fast and raised concerns earlier this month, the district took a step back. During the school board’s meeting Monday the following recommendations were …
Thursday, December 8, 2011
Superintendent Mark Mitrovich will recommend that the school board vote to allow for more time to make long-term decisions.
After outcry from parents, Naperville School District 203 has decided to seek to postpone further redistricting discussions until more community members can be involved and further options are reviewed. Any changes would not be implemented at the district until 2013-14 at the earliest. District 203 Superintendent Mark Mitrovich made the announcement Wednesday night during a meeting of the Enrollment Capacity Study Group held at the district’s administrative building. The meeting was held to discuss the latest supposals, but after reviewing the elementary school boundaries, the committee members had concerns that they felt could not be answered in the current time frame. Rumors began circulating last week that schools might be closed and …
Tuesday, December 6, 2011
Officials said they will take measures to ensure the district is communicating effectively and being transparent with community members.
Officials from Naperville School District 203 admitted Monday night that they made missteps when communicating to families in the district information gathered in a review process. District 203 Superintendent Mark Mitrovich made a statement before the board of education’s meeting on Monday night. The statement was e-mailed to members of the District 203 community late Monday night. The letter, which was sent to the community reads as follows: "Attendance area adjustments that impact the lives of students, parents, and staff are deeply emotional as they affect the relationships we have worked hard to develop and the ties we have formed with our school community. We want to address this issue with thought and sensitivity. Obviously, we …