We Need YOUR Questions For East Moline Schools’ Superintendent

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The East Moline School District nearly closed down, because schools were not receiving money from the state of Illinois.

Now that a school funding bill has passed though, Superintendent Kristin Humphries may be breathing a sigh of relief.

We’ll find out his thoughts on the bill and what it means for students and teachers in East Moline and across the Illinois Quad Cities when we have “Breakfast With…” Mr. Humphries on Thursday, September 7th. We’ll ask to talk to him about the new and exciting things happening in the East Moline School District this year.

If you have a question or a comment for Mr. Humphries, fill out the form below:

This “Breakfast With…” comes after previewing Kewanee Hog Days, spending a morning at the Bureau County Fairgrounds, going live in kayaks on Lake Potter in Rock Island to promote last weekend’s Floatzilla, speaking about Iowa’s own budget battle with Iowa State Senator Jim Lykam at Hickory Garden Family Restaurant in Davenport, and discussing the controversial school funding bill with Illinois State Senator Neil Anderson at Country Style in East Moline.

To see all our “Breakfast With…” discussions, click here.

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