A look at some of the news that made headlines this year.
It’s been a busy year around Elmhurst, from crime to controversy, and a lot of things in between. Here’s a quick look back at some of this year’s most notable stories: Indian Trail Student Fabricated Story About Being Restrained By Intruder Incident led to a response that "overwhelmed the community," police said. York Swim Coach, English Teacher Quits on the First Day of School Sudden departure of Jim Clarke leaves student athletes in a bind, with their first swim meet in one week. Ella's Story: 'I'm Not Here to Save Her. I'm Here to Take Care of Her' A Family Fun Day fundraiser at York High School helped the Casten family take the next steps for Ella. York High School Athletic Director John Rutter Resigns Elmhurst mayor suggested …
They will serve from January through May.
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
A message York High School parents received on Wednesday reveals the names of the two retired athletic directors who will temporarily take the place of John Rutter, who has resigned. Both are veterans in the field. Mike Morris is Lyons Township High School's former A.D., and Washington Bush retired from James B. Conant High School in Hoffman Estates. They will share the York AD responsibilities. Both are inductees into the Illinois Athletic Directors Association Hall of Fame. “We feel this is the best way to proceed at this time,” York Principal Diana Smith said. “In the early spring, we will begin an intensive search process to identify a new athletic director for the 2013-14 school year. Because Mike and Washington are both retired, they…