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Hononegah strives to create a safe and inspiring atmosphere where students become thoughtful scholars, responsible citizens, and effective leaders through quality educational experiences that promote reflective critical thinking, civic engagement, and personal development.


School Board meetings take place at 7:00pm in the Hononegah High School Library.  These meetings are typically scheduled for the 3rd Wednesday of every month.
For questions regarding the school board, please call: 815-624-5010



School Board Members:


David Kurlinkus (President) - dkurli@hononegah.org (term expires 2019)
Mary Lewis (Vice-President) - mlewis@hononegah.org (term expires 2019)
Sandy Fordell - (Secretary) sforde@hononegah.org (term expires 2021)
Diane LaForge - dlafor@hononegah.org (term expires 2021)
Bob Geddeis - bgedde@hononegah.org (term expires 2021)
Fred Hasse- fhasse@hononegah.org (term expires 2019)
Scott Wallace- swalla@hononegah.org (term expires 2021)



Committees:

Buildings and Grounds:
Chair: Diane LaForge Co-Chair: Dave Kurlinkus
Co-Curricular:   
Chair: Mary Lewis Co-Chair: Scott Wallace
Enrollment, Growth and Development:
Chair: Bob Geddeis Co-Chair: Sandy Fordell
Education:
Chair:  Fred Hasse   Co-chair: Bob Geddeis
Finance:
Chair: Sandy Fordell Co-chair:  Fred Hasse
Legislative:
Chair: Scott Wallace Co-chair: Dave Kurlinkus
Policy and Personnel:
Chair: Diane LaForge Co-Chair: Mary Lewis
Delegate to the Special Education Cooperative Governing Board:
Dave Kurlinkus and Bob Geddeis



Leadership Training:


David Kurlinkus, Mary Lewis, Sandy Fordell, Diane LaForge, Bob Geddeis Fred Hasse, and Scott Wallace have completed the required professional development leadership training with topics in education and labor laws, financial oversight and accountability, and fiduciary responsibilities of a Board member.



Open Meetings Act Training:

David Kurlinkus, Mary Lewis, Sandy Fordell, Diane LaForge, Bob Geddeis Fred Hasse, and Scott Wallace have completed the required Open Meetings Act Training required of a Board member.