Lincoln-Way Congratulates Employees for Earning Doctorates
Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Five Lincoln-Way High School District 210 employees recently earned doctoral degrees, demonstrating their commitment to life-long learning.

We know that high-achieving employees translate to high-achieving students, said Tim Reilly, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum. These employees should be commended for putting in the hard work to earn their doctoral degrees. Im confident their professional growth will only enhance the learning environment for our students.

The employees who earned their doctoral degrees in Educational Administration and Supervision from Loyola University include Dr. Julie Flitcraft, math teacher at Lincoln-Way East; Dr. Sarah Hogeveen, special services teacher at Lincoln-Way East; Dr. Beth McNamara, pupil personnel services director at Lincoln-Way Central; Dr. Ted Robbins, athletic director at Lincoln-Way West and Dr. Cindy Sikora, speech language pathologist at Lincoln-Way West.

Currently, 87 percent of Lincoln-Way employees hold a masters degree or higher. Each of the districts four high school principals hold doctoral degrees.