Leden leaves Fenton High School, principal search begins
Todd Leden will leave his position at Fenton High School in Bensenville, Illinois, on June 30 to become the superintendent at Kaneland School District 302.
“Dr. Leden has been a true advocate for Fenton students, and we wish him the best as he moves on to the next chapter in his career,” Fenton High School said in a press release.
With Leden’s departure pending, the school has now started the search for a new principal.
To aid in its search, the school is requesting information from students, staff, parents and community members on their priorities.
A questionnaire has been released on the Fenton website, available at docs.google.com until Friday.
Fenton High School has an enrollment of approximately 1,500 students and offers an unusual combination of a suburban school education with a personalized, small-school environment. The school continually reviews and updates its curriculum choices and technology with a goal of meeting the ever-changing needs and demands of its students.
Additionally, students at Fenton are exposed to numerous state-of-the-art facilities, including a fully equipped writing lab, a business education computer lab, a general computer lab and other equipment specific to each department.