The Rochelle Elementary board met for the 1st time last night since the shooting which took place last month at a grade school in Connecticut in which 20 1st graders were killed along with 6 staff members.
Superintendent Todd Prusator plans to review the district's program along with talking with Rochelle Police Chief Eric Higby.
At all buildings other than the Middle School, the front doors remain locked while school is in session.
Bids will be going out next month for the Geothermal project at May school. The district has received a grant of $250,000 to help pay for the $750,000 price tag.
The staff and kids are also excited about "Hub Project" which begins this Monday for "at-risk" students in the district. 260 children will take part in the program.
3rd and 4th grade students from Rolling Green, Highland Estates, and Raindance subdivisions will remain at Central School under the current plan for the new Lincoln School.
Construction remains in schedule for the new building which will be open for classes this August.
Brian Heinrich has also announced his resignation as 8th grade girls basketball coach and 7th grade boys track coach effective for the 2012-13 school term.