The Daily Herald has reported that Grayslake Elementary District 46 Superintendent Ellen Correll received a letter of reprimand from board members due to her political emails before the April 5 election. Libertyville attorney Richard Mittelman, hired by the board to investigate, determined that Correll didn't commit ethics violations as charged in a complaint filed by Lennie Jarrett of Round Lake Beach. This didn't sit well with several of the board members who also questioned why Mittelman failed to attend the meeting. You can read the entire Daily Herald article HERE.
Wikipedia describes "Psychological Projection" as "a psychological defense mechanism where a person unconsciously denies his or her own attributes, thoughts, and emotions, which are then ascribed to the outside world, such as to other people" and goes further in saying "avoiding the discomfort of consciously admitting personal faults by keeping those feelings unconscious, and by redirecting libidinal satisfaction by attaching, or "projecting," those same faults onto another person or object." After reading an article in Tuesday's Daily Herald, I couldn't help but think that Superintendent Ellen Correll is using this defense mechanism. Based on information included in her emails, which were part of the lawsuit filed against District 46 by Edward Towle's lawyer, it would appear that she i...
We have written in the past about District 46 Board President, Mary F. Garcia and her failed bid for re-election. Using the Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA), Lennie Jarrett, Chairman of the Lake County Tea Party, was able to obtain email records attributed to Garcia that question her use of email that may have abused her position and her access, to benefit herself at taxpayers’ expense. A reader of this blog submitted the following: ~~~~~~~~~~start~~~~~~~~~~~ Among the many incredible revelations in the email trail is how a member of the Illinois Education Association (IEA) and National Education Association (NEA) teacher unions unsuccessfully attempted to get re-elected to the Grayslake District 46 School Board. This IEA/NEA member was the President of the Grayslake District 46
According to an article in today's Daily Herald, the newly elected District 46 Board members may be the ones deciding the fate of their school superintendent, Ellen Correll. Board president, Mary F. Garcia, who lost her bid for reelection, is recommending that the superintendent's contract extension be voted on by the incoming Board. Their first meeting would be May 3rd but according to the article, newcomers Shannon Smigielski and Kip Evans stated that they would be unable to vote that soon without doing some researching and reviewing first. They have asked that the vote be delayed to at least May 18th to give them time to make an informed decision. We had posted back on Dec 10th about Superintendent Ellen Correll's decision to give $435,000 of the $733,028 received in stimulus mone
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For your convenience we have listed several upcoming Easter Egg Hunts in the Round Lake and neighboring villages. Almost ALL are accepting non-perishable food items for local food pantries. Round Lake Area Park District and Neighboring Easter Egg Hunts Round Lake Area Park District Flashlight Egg Hunt - Ages 9-12 April 15th 8-9:30 PM Harts Woods (behind the Community Center) 814 Hart Road Round Lake FREE - Bring a flashlight! Regular Easter Egg Hunt April 16th 11:00 AM SHARP!!! Same location as above FREE - Bring a basket and food item for Food Pantry Questions: 847-546-8558 Wildwood Park District = Ages 1-8 April 9th 11:00 AM -2:00 PM Rule Park 33325 Sears Blvd. Wildwood Residents $2 - Non-Residents $3 Bring Food item for Food Pantry Pre- r
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Below are the recent 'unofficial' election results for the local villages that make up portions of District 116. Many offices went unapposed which added to the extremely low voter turnout. Poor Voter Turnout At Most Election Locations Village of Round Lake (3 four year terms for Village Board) Dawn M. Simoncelli = 536 Vicki Wicinski = 536 Greg Clements = 532 Michael Blum = 268 Douglas Rowley = 257 Dale Multerer = 241 Village of Round Lake Beach (3 four year terms for Village Board) Susan Butler = 393 Jerry L. Mattingly = 354 Thomas L. Smith Sr. = 338 Round Lake Heights (3 four year terms for Village Board) Marva Meeks = 73 Dominick Mahoney = 69 Jack Germann = 68 Michael Mahoney = 26 Round Lake Park (3 four year terms for Village Board) Linda Lucas...