Alene Reuschel

Emphasis - June 28
9:57 am
Fri June 28, 2013

A Final Bow for a Veteran Educator

Alene Reuschel
Credit Rich Egger

This week's guest on Emphasis is Dr Alene Reuschel.

Reuschel has retired after six years as Macomb School District superintendent and roughly 40 years of service in education.

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Superintendent says there is no danger
10:41 am
Thu May 9, 2013

Macomb Jr. Sr. High School Lock Down

Police cars at Macomb Jr. Sr. High School during lockdown 5-9-13

KHQA reported the Macomb Junior and Senior High School went into lockdown at during the 9 o'clock hour this morning.

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$1.5 Million Over Five Years
7:41 pm
Tue March 19, 2013

Cost Containment Plan for Macomb Schools

Macomb School Superintendent Alene Reuschel

The workforce will be a bit smaller in the Macomb School District next fall as a result of budget cuts.

The equivalent of three full-time positions will be eliminated as part of what the district is calling a “cost containment” plan, which the Board of Education approved during its March meeting.

Superintendent Alene Resuchel said the district will also dip into its reserves to balance its budget, but she said it is not sustainable in the long-term to rely solely on reserves.

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Field Down to Three
11:28 am
Tue January 15, 2013

Macomb School Superintendent Finalists Named

Macomb Jr-Sr high School
Credit Rich Egger

The finalists for Macomb School District superintendent are all currently superintendents in Illinois:

  • Dr Chad Allaman is with Central Elementary School District 51 in Washington
  • Dr Chet Lien is Rockridge Community Unit School District 300 in Taylor Ridge
  • Dr Patrick Twomey is with Havana Community Unit School District 126 in Havana

Twomey once worked for the Macomb district. He was high school principal before leaving for Havana in 2007.

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September 21 Deadline
7:58 pm
Tue September 11, 2012

Survey in Macomb Superintendent Search

Rich Egger
  • Interview with Robert Shouse

The Macomb Board of Education is conducting an on-line survey to gather community input on the desired qualities for the next superintendent.

Board President Robert Shouse said hard copies of the survey are also available. They can be obtained at all of the district's buildings.

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