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Jenny Park is the newest member of the Mahomet-Seymour school board.
Park was appointed Monday night to fill the seat vacated by former board member Val Woodruff, who resigned last month after eight years of service. Superintendent Rick Johnston said that Park was one of two candidates interviewed by the board.
Did you graduate from Mahomet-Seymour High School?
If so, the Mahomet-Seymour Schools Foundation wants to hear from you.
This year’s Homecoming football game is Friday, September 19. The Homecoming parade will depart from the high school parking lot at 2 p.m. on that day and proceed through downtown. This year’s homecoming theme is “Under the Sea.”
School custodians typically work behind the scenes. But this fall, Mahomet-Seymour Junior High Head Custodian Don Rogers is in the spotlight.
Rogers is the recipient of a "Those Who Excel" award from the Illinois State Board of Education, selected for the honor after a nomination by MSJH administrators.
Local residents gathered on Sunday afternoon to dedicate the new Middletown Prairie Elementary, which opens its doors this week to pre-K and kindergarten students.
Local residents are invited to check out the new Middletown Prairie Elementary School before the first bell rings later this month.
A dedication ceremony will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 17, followed by an open house until 4 p.m. The public is welcome to attend and tour the building, which is located just off Churchill Drive on the east side of Mahomet.
By HOPE WEBB
For the Mahomet Citizen
Music filled the air of State Street last week as the Marching Bulldogs jump-started their season with their annual band camp.
194 students, 40 hours, 12 sections, two directors and one week is all it takes for the band to learn half of their competition show, starting with the very basics of marching.
Students who'll be attending the new Middletown Prairie school in the fall got a first look at the facility alongside their families last week.
Hundreds came out for an open house on Wednesday, July 30. Kids and parents got a chance to greet teachers, explore classrooms and test the new playground equipment.
The final receipts are in from the Mahomet-Seymour Schools Foundation's annual fundraiser, and organizers say they had their most successful event ever.
Their dinner and auction, held in May, brought in over $36,000—well in excess of the $23,000 and $24,000 the group raised at the 2013 and 2012 events.
This story has been updated.