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Joliet Grade Schools Welcomed New Principals For A Day

1/20/2016, 5:10 p.m.
Joliet Grade Schools recently welcomed community and business members into their schools for their Twelfth Annual Principal for a Day ...

Joliet Grade Schools recently welcomed community and business members into their schools for their Twelfth Annual Principal for a Day Celebration. “Principals” included: T.E. Culbertson Elementary: Scott Kinsella, City of Joliet; M.J. Cunningham Elementary: Steve Randich, First Community Bank; Dirksen Junior High: Evan Bredeson, WJOL Radio; Eisenhower Academy: Denise Winfrey, Will County Board;

Farragut Elementary: Candice Quinerly, Joliet Historical Museum; Forest Park Individual Education School: Amirrah Abou-Youssef, Guardian Angel Community Services; Gompers Junior High: Cory Lund, Will County Circuit Court; Hufford Junior High: Mayor Bob O’DeKirk, City of Joliet; Thomas Jefferson Elementary: Maribel Ruiz, University of St. Francis; Edna Keith Elementary: Carole DeBenedetti, Milano Bakery; A.O. Marshall Elementary: Art Martinez, St. John’s Catholic Church; Marycrest Early Childhood Center: K-9 Police Officer Katelyn Miller and “Nes”, Joliet Police Department; Pershing Elementary: John Chow, Housing Authority of Joliet; Sator Sanchez Elementary: Alfredo Melesio, City of Joliet; Carl Sandburg Elementary: Police Chief Brian Benton, Joliet Police Department; Isaac Singleton Elementary: Sonjia Douglas, Century 21; Taft Elementary: Susy Huerta, First Midwest Bank; Lynne Thigpen Elementary: Ben Stortz, Cornerstone Services; Thompson Center: Deputy Chief Jerry Nudera, Will County Sheriff’s Office; Washington Junior High: Diane Harris, Independent Insurance; and Woodland Elementary: Les Grays, Round 1 Boxing and Fitness Center.