District 203 Update:
Last night, the District 203 Board of Education approved a ten-cent increase to school lunch prices for all levels, helping the district meet federal guidelines under the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act. This brings the Weighted Average Price for lunch to $2.74, which is still below many surrounding districts. Also at the meeting, board member Mike Jaensch announced his intent to resign after the June 5 board meeting because he will be relocating to Texas for work.
This week is the beginning of Curbside Bulk Brush Collection in the City of Naperville. To see when collection comes to your neighborhood and how to properly prepare your brush for pickup check the city’s website. There is also an interactive map that helps track collection progress.
Girls Water Polo:
On Saturday it was an all Naperville Central vs Naperville North sectional final in boys and girls water polo. On the girls’ side, the Huskies were able to keep it close in the first quarter, but the Central offense came alive in the 2nd quarter before clamping down defensively in the 2nd half. The Redhawk girls will be heading back to the state quarterfinals to take on New Trier on Thursday.
Boys Water Polo:
On the boys’ side, Naperville Central had to replace All State goalie Kent Emden, who was trying out for the national team. But new goalkeeper Nolan Vaughn didn’t let inexperience slow him down. The Huskies were unable to score until late in the 2nd quarter, while the Central offense put up points at a rapid pace. The Redhawk boys join the Redhawk girls in the state quarterfinals after a 15-4 victory. They will face St. Ignatius on Friday night.
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