Byline: Sara Hooker
Lisle schools may be small in size but mighty newsworthy this year with a retiring superintendent and talk of building a new elementary center on the horizon.
Unit District 202 tackled one major issue - contracts for its 140 full-time teachers - earlier this week.
Today, nearly 1,700 students return to the long-standing goal of improving achievement, Superintendent Peter Lueck said, enforced with new initiatives that will provide the district with an immediate feedback to gauge learning.
The Daily Herald recently sat down with Lueck to discuss the year ahead and his final months at the helm of District 202.
Q. What is your goal for the year?
A. One of our most important (issues) is making the transition to having a new assistant superintendent for business affairs (Keith …