John Meixner, Regional Superintendent of Schools
Fulton | Hancock | McDonough | Schuyler

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Chicago—Today Governor JB Pritzker signed SB3792 into law, amending the code of m...

Carthage, IL – On Wednesday, June 22, from 1-4 PM, there will be a “Stomp ...

The McDonough County Community Quality of Life Advisory (CQLC) is seeking nominations for exceptional service to the McDonough County area for the 2021-2022 year.

The Hancock County Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities (CEO) Class will host its an...

Statewide teacher vacancy rate reaches low of 1.5 percent; Remaining vacancies concentrated in low-income and chronically struggling schools

Children, families and educators in western Illinois who have suffered from trauma related to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic will see support and assistance through newly-funded recovery efforts, programs and staff from the Regional Offices of Education #26 (ROE26). All of this thanks to a two-year $635,000 grant from the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE).

Radostits receives the state’s top honor at surprise ceremony

ROE26 and Preschool for all has two open positions.  Click the links below to lear...

Greg Hoener from Illini West High School was selected as the West Central Regional Teacher of the Year and finalist for Illinois Teacher of the Year.

Five years after its debut, Illinois’ pre-eminent study finds the statewide teacher shortage problem continues to grow – accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic – and school districts overwhelmingly expect it to get even worse in the near future.

The McDonough and Schuyler County Health Departments are pleased to announce that the a...

ROYALS is Seeking Volunteers

September 28, 2021

Volunteer to share your career/education story, speak about industry needs/demands, recruit future employees, practice mock interviews, provide materials about industry careers, or offer job shadow or work opportunities.

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