George Kaider era comes to a close at Mundelein

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The vision couldn’t have been clearer when George Kaider applied for and eventually earned the head football job at Mundelein three years ago.

He presented his detailed plan — “Mundelein Championship Football, Catch The Vision” — to the District 120 school board in a sharp-looking threefold pamphlet complete with graphics, colors and quotes. Every “t” was crossed, every “i” was dotted. He wore a sport jacket and tie and his young family was present when the school board approved his hiring. His passion was real, and it remains.


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