Mr. William Allan Nunamaker, age 43, lost his hard-fought battle with brain cancer on Friday, Jan. 10, 2020, after being diagnosed a little over one year ago. He was born on Sept. 27 1976, and lived in Wheaton, Illinois. Mr. Nunamaker was the assistant principal for building and operations at Oswego High School since 2012, also serving as OHS’s activities director.
Ms. Melissa Calvert, the Assistant Principal for Student Services, recently announced plans to become the Assistant Principal at Wheaton-Warrenville South High School next school year. During her time at Oswego High School, Calvert served as a Spanish teacher, Dean of Students, and Assistant Principal for Student Services, her hardworking nature paving the way for advancement within the school.
By Lilye Adkins 42Fifty Staff Writer Seniors Christopher Grady and Tahany Harb were awarded the Sons and Daughters of the American Revolution Awards on Jan. 25. “I’m very honored to have received this award and I’m very thankful for...
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AP Exam Cost Increase SD308 is placing a $97 fee on the 2018 advanced placement exams this year. By Jasmine Murray 42Fifty Staff Writer   Despite years prior to the 2017-2018 school year, the district is now charging a fee of $97 in...
Oswego High School’s digital journalism publication, 42Fifty, won a Golden Eagle from the Northern Illinois Scholastic Press Association (NISPA) at its annual conference on April 12. Three students also received individual awards in column writing, feature...

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