Naperville Now 11-15-18

November 15, 2018
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Wallet Thieves Sought:

Naperville police are looking for two women who stole a wallet at the Whole Foods on 75th Street in Naperville, and then used the credit cards inside for fraudulent purchases. The two, caught on surveillance cameras, were accompanied by a small child when they took the wallet on September 1, then entered a nearby business to make purchases with the stolen cards. Naperville Crime Stoppers are offering up to $1,000 reward for information leading to their arrest – you can call in any tips at (630) 420-6006, or contact them through their website.

School Safety Night:

Police officers from all the different cities District 204 covers came out for a panel at Waubonsie Valley last night. The School Safety Night panel covered topics including how School Resource Officers are selected and what they do in schools, as well as new safety programs like ALICE Training and School Safety Dog – which brings a golden retriever into schools on random days to sniff for drugs and firearms.

Focus 203:

This morning and last night, parents, community members and educators came out for Focus 203, for the latest community engagement session from District 203. The title this time around was “Every Student Achieves – Every Student Grows,” focusing on support systems for students. Participants took part in breakout sessions to come up with solutions to help provide more resources to better support students and review those that are already in place. The next Focus 203 will be January 30 and 31.

All State Football Teams Named:

The Illinois High School Football Coaches Association released the All State teams last night and a pair of our local players made the list in class 8A. Naperville Central senior quarterback Payton Thorne made the list after a record breaking year, throwing for over 40 touchdowns and 3,000 yards. Neuqua Valley linebacker Kyle Borske also made the list. The Wildcats defensive star was also the DVC Co-Defensive Player of the Year.