Mrs. Allison Sulkson

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Mrs. Allison Sulkson

Allison Sulkson- Principal Wolf’s Crossing

It’s great to be a wolverine!!! I have had the pleasure of being principal here at Wolf’s Crossing for the past thirteen years. In 2005 I was given the unique opportunity to open this building. The staff here is amazing and truly represents the brightest and best Oswego has to offer.

I received my bachelor’s degree from Illinois State University. My area of concentration was special education. I began my teaching career working as a teacher for the Kendall County Special Education Cooperative at Boulder Hill Elementary School. After obtaining my Masters’ in Administration from Northern Illinois University, I continued to work in special education as a Coordinator for five years with Kendall County. At that time, I decided it was time to move into regular education and was given the wonderful opportunity to be the Assistant Principal at Homestead and The Wheatlands Elementary schools here in SD #308. For three years I served as the Assistant Principal at both buildings.

I am truly appreciative of our students, staff and community. Wolf’s Crossing is a great place to work! I hope to continue to work collaboratively with our families in order to establish an optimal learning environment for our students both academically and socially. Thanks to each one of you for entrusting Wolf’s Crossing with your most precious gift, your children. It’s a joy to work with each one of them!

Mr. Jeffrey Rainaldi

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Mr. Jeffrey Rainaldi

Jeff Rainaldi-Assistant Principal

Welcome! I am so proud and honored to be the assistant principal at Wolf’s Crossing Elementary School again this school year.  This is my 12th year in School District 308.  Before coming to WC, I was an elementary teacher at Grande Park Elementary School where I taught both 4th and 5th grade, worked on the Building Leadership team, was the district's 4th grade level mentor, head Mastery Connect coach (for the building), and on the committees for both the math and science curriculum adoption.  

I received a Bachelor’s of Science degree from Illinois State University, Normal, IL in 2002.  In 2007 I received a Bachelor’s in Education from Aurora University, Aurora, IL.   And most recently I received a Master’s in Principal Leadership from St. Francis University, Joliet, IL.  I am extremely excited to be a Wolverine and ready for another great school year.

Mrs. Kristy Kormaniak

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Mrs. Kristy Kormaniak

I am very excited to be starting my third year as a special education coordinator in Community Unit School District 308! This year, I will be working with the students, staff, and families of Bednarcik Junior High, Wolf’s Crossing Elementary, and Lakewood Creek Elementary.

My career in education began when 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. After that, I worked in the Troy School District for five years as a learning behavior specialist providing services 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.

Mrs. Jamie Denton

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Mrs. Jamie Denton

I am excited to join SD 308!  I will be working with the STARS program at the early childhood and elementary school levels across the district.  I received my bachelor’s degree in special education (LBS1) at Western Illinois University in 2005.  I then went on to earn my master’s degree in educational leadership from Aurora University in 2011.

I began my teaching career in Wheaton-Warrenville school district where I taught special education at the elementary level for five years and at the middle school level for two years.  I most recently served as the special education coordinator for the district for the past five years.

I love being a special education coordinator because it provides me the opportunity to work with a variety of staff members and families.  I enjoy being a support and a leader to help ensure we work together to provide an education based on best practices to meet the individual needs students.