Summit School District 104 board members sworn-in

Swearing-in Ceremony held for Board of Education Summit District 104

District 104 Board of Education held a swearing-in ceremony of three board members during a board meeting on April 28th.  The Ceremony took place at Heritage Middle School located in Summit.  Edward J. King, Judge of the 4th Judicial Sub Circuit of Cook County administered the oath to Joseph J. Kaput, Maria Roche, and Colleen Lambert. Kaput and Roche were re-elected and Lambert was newly elected during the April 7th election.

District 104 Board of Education held a swearing-in ceremony of three board members during a board meeting on April 28th. The Ceremony took place at Heritage Middle School located in Summit.
Edward J. King, Judge of the 4th Judicial Sub Circuit of Cook County administered the oath to Joseph J. Kaput, Maria Roche, and Colleen Lambert. Kaput and Roche were re-elected and Lambert was newly elected during the April 7th election.

District 104 Board of Education held a swearing-in ceremony of three board members during a board meeting on April 28th. The Ceremony took place at Heritage Middle School located in Summit.

Edward J. King, Judge of the 4th Judicial Sub Circuit of Cook County administered the oath to Joseph J. Kaput, Maria Roche, and Colleen Lambert. Kaput and Roche were re-elected and Lambert was newly elected during the April 7th election.

During the meeting they also nominated and appointed the new board members. Joseph J. Kaput will continue to serve as President of the board with Sergio Garcia remaining as Vice-President, William Green will now act as the Board’s Secretary. Mr. Green’s first act was to donate his stipend as Board Secretary to the District’s STEM Program which promotes science and technology for the students.

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