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Joliet Grade School welcomed new Principals for a Day

10/29/2019, 10:28 p.m.
Joliet Public Schools District 86 welcomed community and business members into elementary and junior high schools for the District’s 16th ...

Joliet Public Schools District 86 welcomed community and business members into elementary and junior high schools for the District’s 16th annual Principal for a Day Celebration. “Honorary” principals shadowed the school principals and helped with student arrival, morning announcements, visiting classrooms, and assisting with lunch.

"We enjoy having community leaders see first-hand the great things happening in our schools and the hard work principals do daily." said Joliet Public Schools District 86 Superintendent Dr. Theresa Rouse.

Honorary principals included: T.E. Culbertson Elementary: Diane Harris, It is Amazing Boutique;

M.J. Cunningham Elementary: Demetria Carr, Catholic Charities Daybreak Center; Dirksen Junior High: Haydee Martinez-Rosales, Guardian Angel Community Services; Eisenhower Academy: Councilman Larry Hug, City of Joliet; Farragut Elementary: Jenny Crocker, Bridges Out of Poverty; Forest Park Individual Education School: Chef Michael McGreal, Joliet Junior College; Gompers Junior High: Frank Bermudez, Joliet Youth Athletic Association; Hufford Junior High: Shykira Richards, Chicago Urban League; Thomas Jefferson Elementary: Dr. Cheryl McCarthy, retired, Joliet Township High School District 204; Edna Keith Elementary: Coffe Summers, Coffea Magazine; A.O. Marshall Elementary: Councilwoman Sherri Reardon, City of Joliet; Marycrest Early Childhood Center: John Stefanski and “Nes”, Joliet Police Department; Pershing Elementary: Lorraine Guerrero Neumeyer, Will County Children’s Advocacy Center; Sator Sanchez Elementary: Diana Martinez, Health & Harmony Wellness Center; Carl Sandburg Elementary: Nick Palmer, Will County Executive Office; Isaac Singleton Elementary: Sylvia Acosta-Chavez, Spanish Community Center; Taft Elementary: Steve Locke, Joliet Central High School; Lynne Thigpen Elementary: Lauren Staley Ferry, Will County Clerk; Thompson Instructional Center: Charles Mascolino, Joliet Police Department; Washington Junior High: Pastor Frank Edmon Jr., Joliet Township High School Board; and Woodland Elementary: Sanina Campbell, Will County Office.