Degrees and Certifications:
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 eleven 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 wa special education. I began my teaching career working as a teacher for 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!
Degrees and Certifications:
Jeff Rainaldi-Assistant Principal
Welcome, I am so proud and honored to be the new assistant principal at Wolf’s Crossing Elementary School. This is my 10th year in School District 308. Before coming to WC, I was an elementary teacher at Grande Park Elementary School where I taught 4th and 5thgrade.
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.
Special Education Coordinator
I am proud to be part of School District 308, and especially proud to be a part of the outstanding communities of Bednarcik Junior High and Wolf’s Crossing Elementary. The supportive and involved parents at both schools set the foundation for a positive learning experience. Staff who show how much they care about each student, and go above and beyond, truly make each building a special place to be. The learning environment at both buildings is inspiring and I value the relationships I have built with parents and teachers.
As a special education coordinator, I oversee the process of identifying, evaluating, and instructing children with special needs. Through collaboration with parents, teachers, and students, I strive to provide each student with a learning experience that allows him/her to excel. I rely on my 20 years of experience as a general education teacher, special education teacher, and inclusion facilitator to support the teachers and students at both Bednarcik Junior High and Wolf’s Crossing Elementary.
My educational background includes a Bachelor of Arts from St. Mary’s University in Winona, Minnesota. I then received a Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Illinois. I attended Loyola University’s Educational Leadership certification program and began my administrative career in LaGrange/School District 102 followed by Indian Prairie School District 204. After some time off to stay home with my children, Megan and Ryan, I joined the District 308 community in 2013 as a special education teacher at Long Beach Elementary School, and continued on as a coordinator for Kendall County Special Education Cooperative.
I am excited about the opportunity to be on the leadership team of School District 308 to work in partnership with communities and families as we educate all students to reach their highest potential