Today is Election Day, with positions up for vote on the Naperville City Council, District 203 and 204 school boards and in the local townships. Polls close at 7 p.m. in both Will and DuPage Counties. And shortly after the polls close, NCTV17 will be going LIVE, bringing you real-time election results, and live interviews with the candidates themselves on Channel 17 and at NCTV17.com.
District 204 Discusses Funding
At last night’s District 204 board meeting, officials reviewed the potential impact of a currently proposed education funding reform that would take place at the state level. Named “Evidence Based Funding” this model is projected to leave the district $78 million short in the first year if passed. However, that number could change as the legislation is altered and if other measures, like a property-tax freeze are approved.
Victim Services Information Fair
Tomorrow, the Naperville Police Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation are hosting a victim services information fair. Taking place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Wentz Concert Hall on the campus of North Central College, the fair is open to the public and will feature organizations that aid and advocate for victims of all types of crimes. This week is also national Crime Victims’ Rights Week.
WVHS Girls Soccer Home Opener
While rain cancelled all of last night’s outdoor contests, Waubonsie Valley girls soccer played its home opener over the weekend. Purdue bound senior Sarah Griffith played a role in all four of the Warriors goals, tallying three assists and one goal on the afternoon. Kennedy Metzger knocked in two goals of her own as Waubonsie defeated Oswego 4-2.
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