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Two New Coronavirus Cases in DeWitt County This Week; One in Piatt County

The DeWitt/Piatt Bi-County Health Department is reporting two new cases of coronavirus in DeWitt County this week.

 

Both cases are females in their 40s. A 42-year-old female had COVID-like symptoms that are resolving and the other 48-year-old female with no signs or symptoms. 

 

In total, four individuals have previously recovered from the coronavirus in DeWitt County and the two positive tests bringing the County's total number of cases to six. This week's positive tests are the first positive cases in DeWitt County since May 22. 

 

Additionally, Piatt County is reporting a new case this week. A 24-year-old female healthcare worker who was showing no signs or symptoms.

 

Piatt County has had 16 previous cases, all individuals recovered, and there are three active cases in the County. 

 

The Health Department indicates identified close contacts have been notified or have been attempted to be notified and are being monitored for 14 days after the last date of contact with the case.

 

In total, 2439 tests have been done for the jurisdiction of the DeWitt/Piatt Bi-County Health Department with 968 in DeWitt County and 1471 in Piatt County. 

 

An update from the Logan County Health Department, they are reporting three active cases with 12 recovered for a total of 15 cases out of 2,333 samples tested. 

 

The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) yesterday announced 828 new confirmed cases of coronavirus in Illinois, including 30 additional confirmed deaths.

 

Currently, IDPH is reporting a total of 144,013cases, including 6,951 deaths, in 101 counties in Illinois. 

 

Within the past 24 hours, laboratories have reported 33,090 specimens for a total of 1,636,055.  The preliminary seven-day statewide positivity for cases as a percent of the total test from June 24 –June 30 is 2.6%.

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Bement School District Teachers Committed to Coming Back in Fall

Teachers in the Bement school district are ready for students to return for onsite learning in the fall.

 

Bement Superintendent Dr. Sheila Greenwood indicates she surveyed her teachers recently and one hundred percent of her staff were in agreement with students returning.

 

 

Dr. Greenwood notes in-person learning is especially important for early education. Students at that age are learning the fundamentals that they will carry with them for the rest of their school days. 

 

 

The Illinois State Board of Education and Illinois Department of Public Health are mandating students and staff wear masks all day for in person instruction this fall.

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Latham Fire Protection District to Purchase Air-Packs With Fire Marshall's Grant

The Illinois Fire Marshall's Office this week awarded $3-million in grant funding to Illinois Fire Departments and the Latham Fire Protection District is going to purchase air-packs with their $26,000.

 

Dan Hawk is the District's Board of Trustees President and says it is going to be a big boost to their budget.

 

 

The Latham Fire Protection District is seeking to update its fleet. Hawk indicates because new fire engines are expensive, they have their sites set on refurbishing a truck in their five-year plan.

 

 

Additionally in Logan County, the New Holland Fire Protection District received just short of $25,000.

 

The Maroa Countryside Fire Protection District received $26,000 in Macon County. Harristown Fire Protection District received just short of $24,000 and Blue Mound Fire Protection District received $26,000. Argenta-Oreana Fire Protection District received $26,000. 

 

Cisco Fire Protection District in Piatt County received just short of $25,000 while the North Piatt Fire Protection District received just over $25,000. 

 

And Armington Community Fire Protection District in Tazewell County received over just over $15,000. 

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Illinois State Police boosting patrols for the 4th of July holiday

EXPECT TO SEE MORE POLICE OUT ON THE ROADS OVER THE FOURTH OF JULY HOLIDAY WEEKEND.

 

I-S-P CAPTAIN J-W PRICE SAYS THEY ARE BOOSTING PATROLS AND TROOPERS WILL BE LOOKING FOR SPEEDERS, DISTRACTED DRIVERS AND DRUNK DRIVERS.

 

 

THERE ARE USUALLY MORE FATAL CRASHES, OFTEN INVOLVING ALCOHOL OR DRUGS THIS TIME OF YEAR SAYS I-S-P CAPTAIN J-W PRICE.

 

 

STATE POLICE AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT WILL ALSO BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR SPEEDERS, DISTRACTED DRIVERS AND THOSE NOT WEARING A SEATBELT. PRICE URGES ANYONE CELEBRATING WITH DRINKS THIS FOURTH TO HAVE A PLAN FOR GETTING HOME SAFELY.

 

THAT INCLUDES HAVING A DESIGNATED DRIVER, USING A RIDE SHARE SERVICE, TAXI OR PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION. IF YOU GET BEHIND SOMEONE THAT APPEARS TO BE DRIVING DRUNK, PULL OVER AND CALL 9-1-1.

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IDOL alerts local officials about a new hiring requirement for public works projects

THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF LABOR IS ALERTING LOCAL OFFICIALS ABOUT A NEW HIRING REQUIREMENT FOR PUBLIC WORKS PROJECTS.

 

A LAW REQUIRING AT LEAST 90 PERCENT OF WORKERS HIRED FOR A LOCAL PUBLIC WORKS JOB TO BE FROM ILLINOIS KICKS IN AFTER TWO MONTHS OF A STATE UNEMPLOYMENT RATE HIGHER THAN FIVE PERCENT SAYS ASSISTANT DIRECTOR JASON KELLER.

 

 

AFTER TWO MONTHS OF UNEMPLOYMENT RATES ABOVE FIVE PERCENT..A STATE LAW KICKS IN MANDATING THAT 90 PERCENT OF WORKERS USED FOR LABOR ON A PUBLIC WORKS PROJECT BE FROM ILLNOIS. THE IDEA IS TO PUT MORE ILLINOISANS TO WORK SAYS ASSISTANT DIRECTOR JASON KELLER.

 

 

THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC HAS CAUSED THE STATE JOBLESS RATE TO SOAR TO MORE THAN 17 PERCENT IN APRIL AND OVER 15 PERCENT IN MAY. KELLER SAYS THE REQUIREMENT WILL BE ENFORCED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND ILLINOIS ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE.

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Applications for R3 grants are due by July 20th

COMMUNITIES HAVE UNTIL JULY 20TH TO APPLY TO THE STATE'S RESTORE, REINVEST AND RENEW PROGRAM.

 

THE "R-3" PROGRAM OFFER GRANTS FOR INITIATIVES IN AREAS DISPROPORTIONATELY AFFECTED BY THE WAR ON DRUGS. THE MONEY COMES FROM TAX REVENUE GENERATED BY THE SALE OF RECREATIONAL MARIJUANA AND CAN BE USED TO ADDRESS SEVERAL NEEDS SAYS QUINN RALLINS WITH THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S OFFICE.

 

 

25 PERCENT OF TAX REVENUE GENERATED BY THE SALE OF RECREATIONAL MARIJUANA GOES TOWARDS THE "R-3" PROGRAM, PROVIDING GRANT MONEY TO COMMUNITIES HIT ESPECIALLY HARD BY THE WAR ON DRUGS FOR THINGS LIKE VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS USUALLY HAVE A SPECIFIC NEED IN MIND SAYS QUINN RALLINES WITH THE ILLINOIS LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S OFFICE.

 

 

GROUPS INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR A GRANT SHOULD VISIT: R3 DOT ILLINOIS DOT GOV. A MAP IS AVAILABLE LISTING WHICH AREAS ARE ELIGIBLE.

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Lt. Gov. Juliana Stratton's Office Highlighting Illinois Specialty Growers

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR JULIANA STRATTON'S "CULTIVATE OUR COMMUNITIES" INITIATIVE IS HIGHLIGHTING SPECIALTY GROWERS AROUND THE STATE. 

 

THE IDEA IS TO PROMOTE THESE SMALL BUSINESSES, THAT PROVIDE NUTRITIOUS FOOD TO FAMILIES AND ARE THE BACKBONE OF THE MIDWEST. THE LATEST EFFORT IS THE ILLINOIS VICTORY CHEESE BOX, PUT TOGETHER BY CELEBRITY CHEF RICK BAYLESS SAYS JANELLE GURNSEY WITH THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S OFFICE.

 

 

THE OFFICE'S JANELLE GURNSEY SAYS EACH WEEK THE PROGRAM FOCUSES ON VARIOUS PRODUCERS AND THE FRUITS, VEGETABLES, CHEESE AND MORE THAT THEY OFFER.

 

 

THE BOX IS AVAILABLE FOR ORDER ONLINE THROUGH SUNDAY AT: https://www.prairiefruits.com/

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Weekly Weather Summary

July has gotten off to a warmer than normal start and that trend will continue along with drier conditions. State Climatologist Trent Ford has more...

 

 

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IDOA gives livestock exhibitors something to look forward to

It’s not perfect but it will be something.

 

The Illinois Department of Agriculture says there will be youth livestock shows at the Illinois State Fairgrounds over two weekends in September. Acting Director of the Illinois Department of Agriculture Jerry Costello says they want to be able to do something to help support youth in agriculture during the pandemic.

 

 

Beef, sheep, dairy goats, pygmy goats, rabbits and poultry will be shown the weekend of September 11. The following weekend swine, dairy cattle and meat goats will be shown. A horse show has been scheduled for the state fairgrounds in Du Quoin at the end of August and the beginning of September.

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150-million hot dogs to be consumed on Fourth

The Fourth of July holiday weekend is a big one for the hot dog. Just ask Eric Mittenthal. He serves as President of the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council.

 

 

And the Fourth always includes the famous Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest in New York. And it will still be held this year, but at a private location instead of the Coney Island boardwalk.

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IDNR Reminding of Boating Safety Ahead of Holiday Weekend

Illinois Department of Natural Resources is reminding boaters of boating safety for the Fourth of July holiday weekend.

 

IDNR Deputy Director Rachel Torbert reminds operators must have properly fitting life vests for all passengers and they are required for passengers under 13. 

 

 

Torbert says they are encouraging boat operators to remain sober on the water this weekend. She notes operating a boat under the influence is similar to drunk driving.

 

 

INDR conservation officers will be conducting boat safety checks this weekend.

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2020 Farm Progress Show Moving Online; Details In The Works

The 2020 Farm Progress Show was scheduled to be held in Boone, Iowa, September 1st thru the 3rd; but like many large gatherings, it has been canceled due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.  Event Manager, Matt Jungmann, says the decision did not come lightly...

 

 

The event's cancellation shows just how quickly the landscape can change in event planning in a pandemic.  Show organizers just two weeks ago assured that the show would go on, however, Jungmann says concerns from both exhibitors and volunteers over rising case numbers forced the cancellation...

 

 

Jungmann admits things could change again potentially for the better between now and the show dates, however, too many question marks remained as on-site show preparations would need to begin...

 

Despite the in-person cancellation, Jungmann says producers should look forward to a virtual Farm Progress Show experience in 2020.  How that looks, and what is included, is currently in development...

 

 

Jungmann says to stay tuned to FarmProgressShow.com to learn about the virtual show as details are announced.  This year's Husker Harvest Days in Nebraska has also been canceled.  

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Clinton Schools Seeking Community's Input on Getting Kids Back to School

The Clinton Board of Education and Superintendent Curt Nettles are seeking the community's input about getting kids back to school in the fall.

 

Nettles tells Regional Radio News a survey is now available for the community to fill out which will be used to help guide them in their plans for a safe return to classes in August.

 

 

As the community is filling out a survey, teachers of the district will also have input. Nettles explains he is working to get a response from teachers as to their feelings of a return to class. Teachers are likely to have different opinions on a return to class and Nettles wants to make sure he has their input for the plan that will be worked on starting next week.

 

 

Nettles is also asking his building leadership to survey teachers about what will need to be done to make remote learning better. School leaders across Illinois are preparing for the possibility of a return to remote learning at some point during the school year.

 

 

The committee that will be working to a plan in place for the district will be comprised of around 35 individuals and they will be broken down into sub-committees. Nettles indicates stakeholders include administration, staff - including special education staff, coaches from the fall sports season, school board members, YMCA Executive Director Rennie Cluver, and representation from the Health Department among others. 

 

The committee will kick things off Monday, July 6 with a target completion date of July 20. 

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DeWitt County Substance Abuse Coalition Discusses Healthcare Facilities Reopening

Facilities geared towards substance abuse recovery and mental health assistance are reopening in Illinois under the phase-4 guidelines from the Illinois Department of Public Health.

 

The DeWitt County Substance Abuse Coalition Thursday morning on the WHOW Morning Show highlighted some of the services that are returning and how folks can get help. Vice President of the Coalition Paul Skowron indicates the coalition works to get people in the community in touch with these providers and it is good that many are starting to reopen their services.

 

 

According to Skowron, there has been a crossover between mental health and substance abuse and he explains there are many local providers that continue the increasingly popular telehealth options but they are also starting to welcome patients back.

 

 

Pastor Jeff DeLaughter is the President of the Coalition and has taken an active role to get the community connected to any resources they need. During the shutdowns, he found a lot of people just wanted someone to talk to.

 

 

Skowron says locally they did not see an increase in overdose issues or women or children coming in battered from abusive situations gone bad. He was pleased with that and wonders if it is because of the agricultural nature of the area where people have to go to work no matter the circumstances.

 

 

Pastor DeLaughter says if you are struggling, there is no shame in seeking help. He reinforced his point about needing someone to talk to and indicates he too seeks help from time to time. If you'd like to talk to Pastor DeLaughter about critical situations in your life and need to be pointed in the right direction, he offers up his cell phone number at 217-413-0901.

 

You can also find the DeWitt County Substance Abuse Coalition on Facebook. 

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Illinois State Police Boosting Patrols for Fourth of July Weekend

Area police agencies want to remind people to travel safely this holiday weekend.

 

Police are encouraging drivers to be mindful of other vehicles, pedestrians, motorcycles and workers on the roadway.

 

Normal Police Department spokesperson Brad Park says local departments and Illinois State Police will beef up patrols this weekend.

 

 

Some tips from the National Highway Traffic Association - wear your seat belt, don't speed, and don't drive intoxicated.

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Piatt County Mental Health Center Reopens to Select Clients, With Restrictions

The Piatt County Mental Health Center has reopened its doors with restrictions in place that practice social distancing and infection control measures along with only a select group of clients in the building.

 

Executive Director Tony Kirkman says their counselors are back meeting with clients. Everyone has to wear masks and they are keeping six-feet distance along with all the sanitization practices. He says that face-to-face setting has been missed and he's glad it is back. 

 

 

According to Kirkman, they are keeping their awareness up for those that immunocompromised and so they continue to offer telehealth services. An idea from a similar organization has led him to begin exploring providing those that may not have the technology or the access to the internet the ability to still stay connected to them in the parking lot of their facility.

 

 

As for the adult services with intellectual or developmental disabilities, Kirkman believes there will never be a return to normal until there is a vaccine or the numbers get under control. All community day services have been closed until August 31.

 

 

Providers are being challenged to break their day services into smaller groups in various places in their communities. Kirkman believes that kind of a model would be beneficial for them and the community.

 

 

Find the Piatt County Mental Health Center on Facebook for the latest in the plans moving forward as the State continues its reopening and the gradual return to normal. 

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Central Illinois CEO Leader Looking Forward to Second Year

As school leaders look ahead to the 2020-2021 school year and try to plan for a school year at a time when the future is so fluid, the Central Illinois CEO program is patiently waiting back as the districts in their cluster of schools develop plans best for their communities. 

 

Yesterday on Regional Radio News, Program Leader Melanie Brown discussed the successful first year of the program in Blue Ridge, Clinton, Maroa-Forsyth, and Warrensburg-Latham schools despite the pandemic altered in the 4th quarter. She indicates planning for the next school year will begin once area schools have their plans ready.

 

 

Teaching students about business, focusing on real-world skills, and focusing on central Illinois are the three focuses of the program and Brown indicates they will continue to keep that focus no matter what the next year has in store.

 

 

At the start of the calendar year, students began applying for this year and once the coronavirus hit, the application deadline was extended and that has delayed an announcement on who is in the program for next year. Brown says those names should be released soon.

 

 

Brown stresses the program is 100-percent investor funded and is not funded at all by the State of Illinois nor the school districts. She says they are still looking for donors but if financial support is not possible for your business, business owners can be guest speakers, site hosts, or mentors to their students.

 

Get more information about the Central Illinois CEO program by visiting centralillinoisceo.com or by finding them on Facebook by searching 'Central CEO IL'. 

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Tri-Valley School Leader: It Will Take A Community Effort for Kids to Return to School

Much can change between now and mid-August when school children in Illinois are on track to be back in class, and between now and then, a central Illinois school leader is hoping to get the community behind masking our kids because it will be required when they enter the building.

 

Tri-Valley Schools Superintendent Dr. David Mouser says mask-wearing will be among the requirements for kids when they return to school buildings in August and September. For Tri-Valley, their community overwhelmingly wants students back in the building in the fall.

 

 

All school staff will also be required to have a face covering during the day. Dr. Mouser points out other guidance from the Illinois Department of Public Health includes daily screenings and limiting students on buses. As districts try to come up with their plans, he is asking for patience with school leaders.

 

 

According to Dr. Mouser, there are a lot of the policies in place for the return to school plan but he appreciates all the thought and planning that has gone into the plan and is optimistic their district will be able to make it work. He appreciates the local control districts are going to have in getting kids back. 

 

 

As parents begin to prepare their kids for returning to school, he is asking them to be encouraging to students about wearing their masks because that is going to be a requirement. He hopes the communities will work with the district to make a return to school possible. 

 

 

Dr. Mouser anticipates some things changing as we get closer to the start of school. He reinforced his call for communities to work together. 

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New State Law Cracks Down on Distracted Driving; Takes Effect Today

A NEW STATE LAW TAKING EFFECT TODAY IN ILLINOIS FURTHER CRACKS DOWN ON DISTRACTED DRIVING.

 

ILLINOIS WAS ONE OF THE FIRST STATES TO BAN TEXTING WHILE DRIVING, AND THE LAW HAS BEEN TWEAKED OVER THE YEARS SAYS SECRETARY OF STATE JESSE WHITE'S SPOKESPERSON, HENRY HAUPT.

 

 

THOSE CAUGHT FACE A MINIMUM FINE OF ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS AND MAY ALSO HAVE THEIR DRIVER'S LICENSE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED. MOTORISTS COULD ALSO LOSE THEIR LICENSE UNDER ANOTHER NEW LAW IF THEY FAIL TO YIELD AT A CROSSWALK AND SERIOUSLY INJURE SOMEONE.

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Illinois Farmers Planted More Corn, Soybeans This Year

FARMERS IN ILLINOIS AND ACROSS THE COUNTRY PLANTED MORE CORN AND SOYBEANS THIS YEAR.

 

10 POINT FOUR MILLION ACRES OF SOYBEANS HAVE BEEN PLANTED...THAT'S AN INCREASE OF FIVE PERCENT OVER LAST YEAR SAYS CROP STATISTICIAN MARK SCHLEUSENER. LOOKING AT CORN:

 

 

SCHLEUSENER LOOKS AT SOYBEANS.

 

 

AN ESTIMATED 490 THOUSAND ACRES OF HAY WILL BE HARVESTED IN ILLIOIS THIS YEAR...UP 17 PERCENT FROM 2019. THE WINTER WHEAT HARVEST IS EXPECTED TO BE DOWN THIS YEAR.

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Expect Starved Rock, Matthiessen State Parks to Be Busy This Weekend

THE ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES SAYS STARVED ROCK AND MATTHIESSEN STATE PARKS WILL BE VERY BUSY THIS WEEKEND.

 

THE PARKS GET VERY CROWDED ON REGULAR WEEKENDS...BUT OVER THE FOURTH, THEY WILL MOST LIKELY HIT CAPACITY SAYS D-N-R SPOKESPERSON RACHEL TORBERT.

 

 

TORBERT SAYS PARKING LOTS WILL FILL UP QUICKLY, PROBABLY BY 10:30 OR 11 A.M.

 

 

YOU CAN CHECK THE STATUS OF BOTH STARVED ROCK AND MATTHIESSEN VIA THE DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES TWITTER AND FACEBOOK PAGES.

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Ag Meteorologist Expects Dry Days in July

He’s not ready to call it a weather market just yet, but Freese-Notis agriculture meteorologist Dan Hicks expects parts of the Corn Belt to see some dry days in July.

 

 

The latest USDA crop report has 67-percent of the Illinois corn crop in good to excellent condition. 68-percent of the state’s soybean crop is currently in good to excellent condition.

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Argenta-Oreana Fire Department Excited for Grant from Fire Marshall's Office

Argenta-Oreana was among dozens of Illinois Fire Departments to receive $3-million in grants from the Illinois Fire Marshall's Office.

 

Argenta-Oreana Fire Chief Kurt Michener says the $26,000 is going to help them cover an unexpected expense they have for medical equipment they need in both their stations. The first year fire chief was excited to receive his first grant. 

 

 

Fire departments are becoming increasingly relied upon for medical calls. According to Chief Michener, their latest call data indicates only one in five calls they go to are fire calls, so updated medical equipment is necessary for them.

 

 

The medical equipment the department needs to upgrade comes as somewhat of a surprise for the department. Chief Michener explains they recently received notice the life expectancy on their cardiac monitors was about to expire and so this grant is going to be a big boost in getting those replaced.

 

 

Chief Michener says the Argenta-Oreana Fire Department is very fortunate to have the grant come along at a perfect time and they are appreciative of the Fire Marshall's office for awarding them the money. 

 

Additionally in Macon County, the Maroa Countryside Fire Protection District received $26,000. Harristown Fire Protection District received just short of $24,000 and Blue Mound Fire Protection District received $26,000. 

 

Other departments in central Illinois to receive funds include the New Holland Fire Protection District and the Latham Fire Protection District in Logan County. New Holland received just short of $25,000 while Latham received $26,000.

 

Cisco Fire Protection District in Piatt County received just short of $25,000 while the North Piatt Fire Protection District received just over $25,000. 

 

And Armington Community Fire Protection District in Tazewell County received over just over $15,000. 

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Central Illinois CEO Program Ends First Year Anticlimacticly But Students Learned Many Lessons

A program aimed to introduce high school students to the world of local business and opportunities in their back yard was changed thanks to the coronavirus pandemic that shut down schools for the entirety of the fourth quarter.

 

The Central Illinois CEO Program was in its first year in Clinton, Blue Ridge, Maroa-Forsyth, and Warrensburg-Latham Schools and while school kids were forced to stay at home as the coronavirus shut down area schools, the program went virtual. Program leader Melanie Brown says the three-quarters of the year the students were able to participate, they had a great experience.

 

 

Perhaps one of the most recognizable aspects of the CEO program is the individual business students begin. Brown explains the abrupt conclusion of the school year did not allow them to participate in a trade-show that is the grand finale of their program.

 

 

According to Brown, the communities began this process several years ago and investors in the program found value in it. Additionally, the kids expressed the value of the program at the end of the year.

 

 

Many of the investors and business owners students were able to get to know thanks to the networking they did pay off for many. Brown explains some investors provided personal contact information for them and she hopes the program gave them a glimpse of the possibilities they could pursue locally.

 

 

The first year of the Central Illinois CEO program began with nine students. Brown stresses the program is not funded by the schools nor the State of Illinois, rather by community investors. Those investors often play a pivotal role in the program through mentorships or providing a meeting space, which takes place before the school day begins. 

 

Tomorrow on Regional Radio News, we'll more from Brown on what the next year hold for the CEO program. 

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CHS Preparing for Summer Maintenance

Apart from renovations to the track and baseball field, summer maintenance is much of a routine this summer.

 

Jerry Wayne, CHS Principal, indicated the high school will be replacing their front door starting this week. Wayne thanks the custodial and grounds staff for all of the hard work they have done to prepare for when students return.

 

 

Wayne says they currently have set up hand sanitizing stations in places where athletic teams might be due to their return following IHSA's Return to Play Stage 2.

 

 

Wayne is confident that the building will be clean and safe for students as they return in the fall.

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