Homestead Elementary School

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Mrs. Mindy Renier

Phone: 630-636-3110

Email: mrenier@sd308.org

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Mrs. Mindy Renier

Principal
 
It is a privilege to be a part of the learning community at Homestead Elementary School. Our teachers, staff, parents and students have built a solid foundation of success, and my goal each year is to continually pursue excellence in both academic and character development for every student. While we may not know exactly what opportunities our children will someday pursue, we do know this: A solid foundation in academic skills and strong character traits will create more positive opportunities. I will continue to work with our school community to expand and strengthen student success.

 I am a fifth-generation teacher (so deciding what I wanted to do with my life was easy). I obtained both my undergraduate and graduate degrees from Indiana University, Bloomington. Prior to moving to District 308, I worked for a school district in northeast Indiana in a variety of positions. I am proud of my experience working with children from pre-school through 12th grade. I did my student teaching with high school juniors and seniors, worked in a high school reading class with freshmen and sophomores, taught middle school social studies, served as a middle school assistant principal and athletic director, and I have served as an elementary principal since 2003. What I have discovered is I love working with students of all ages!

 Feel free to contact me with any concerns you have regarding your child’s experience at Homestead. Your partnership is appreciated.

Mrs. Andrea Bobosky

Phone: 630-636-3111

Email: abobosky@sd308.org

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Mrs. Andrea Bobosky

Assistant Principal

It is an honor to be a part of the Homestead Elementary community. This is my first year as an Assistant Principal and I am thrilled to be in the Oswego School District. My career began in Naperville School District 203 teaching second grade for five years. For the past eight years I have taught fifth grade in the Batavia and St. Charles area. While teaching fifth grade, I also served as the Director of Learning Resources.

My desire to be an educator began at Benedictine University in Lisle, Illinois. I then received my Masters in Curriculum and Instruction from National Louis University and later, my Administrative degree from Aurora University. Making a positive difference in education and in the lives of every child I meet, is very important to me.

I look forward to an opportunity to learn and grow in this outstanding school community.

Mrs. Kristy Kormaniak

Phone: 630-636-3146

Email: kkormaniak@sd308.org

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Mrs. Kristy Kormaniak

Special Education Coordinator

I am very excited to be a part of Homestead Elementary and embark on my first administrative role as a special education coordinator!

I graduated from Northern Illinois University in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in Special Education and a minor in Spanish. After college, I took a long term maternity leave as a learning behavior specialist in an early childhood classroom in Lemont. For the following two years, I continued to work in Lemont and became an inclusion teacher where I co-taught in 5th grade and 3rd grade classrooms. After Lemont, I taught in Matteson for a year as a resource teacher for students in kindergarten through third grade. For the past five years, I have worked in the Troy School District as a learning behavior specialist providing minutes through a resource and co-teaching model for students in kindergarten through fourth grade. In 2014, I graduated from the University of St. Francis with a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership and a Principal Endorsement as part of the new Principal Preparation Program.

I view my new position to be one of service to the stakeholders of our schools and district as a whole. My goal is to be a resource for staff, students, parents, and the community. I believe that a team effort is necessary to help everyone grow and learn to best meet the needs of students. As a parent, you play a vital role as a member of your child’s educational team. I look forward to partnering with you to ensure that your child has a successful year!

 

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