The Edinburg School District has worked with local leaders and community members to develop a plan for how the district can meet the town’s expectations of its school system. Edinburg Superintendent Fred Lambke says they are in year three of implementing that five-year plan, and so far the district is ahead of schedule.
Lambke says the first thing to do was to create a consistent culture of learning.
Lambke says Edinburg had been affected by the Illinois teacher shortage because they did not have a Spanish teacher. Now, he says there is a teacher in the building and that program is growing.
Lambke appeared as a guest on the Newstalk WTIM Morning Show.