WHEATON – Two Wheaton residents will take the roles of co-chairs for the newly named Engage200 program, which is Community Unit School District 200's community engagement project, according to a news release from the district.
BENSENVILLE – The community relations coordinator for Bensenville School District 2 recently completed the Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) exam.
WESTMONT – In the wake of the massive pension reform law signed Thursday, the Westmont Teachers’ Association stands behind the Illinois Education Association’s postion that the bill will damage public education.
BERWYN – A School, Business & Community Holiday Fair will take place from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Freedom Middle School, 3016 S. Ridgeland Ave., Berwyn.
CICERO – Dr. Keith D. McLaughlin, vice president of Institutional Advancement at Morton College, was selected by a national review panel as one of only 31 community college leaders to attend the Executive Leadership Institute sponsored by the League for Innovation in the Community College.
GLEN ELLYN – Glen Crest Middle School eighth graders (left to right) Eric Kirch, Lonnie Minniti, Bailee Flanagan and Alex Zambori take part in an educational experience that transformed them into immigrants looking to start a new life at Ellis Island in the United States.
GLEN ELLYN – Members of Glen Crest Middle School's FOR (Friends of Rachel) Club presented Target of Kindness Awards to Quest Food Management employees (left to right) Anita Butler, Kim Woldman, Donna Christensen and Missy Bland to thank them for the work they do to make the school run smoothly.
DOWNERS GROVE – Midwestern University’s clinical psychology doctoral program, one of eight graduate programs offered by the University’s College of Health Sciences on the Downers Grove campus, received notification of accreditation from the American Psychological Association in November.
GLEN ELLYN – With pension reform coming to Illinois, Glen Ellyn school district officials say it's too soon to know how the changes will affect them.
DOWNERS GROVE – Several groups at Downers Grove South High School are collecting items for the less fortunate this holiday season.
WOODRIDGE – The KIDZ Squad program, an after-school program at the Woodridge Park District, is hosting a pajama drive supporting the annual Scholastic Reading Club Great Bedtime Story Pajama Drive.
WOODRIDGE – The Woodridge community is invited to attend the 2013 Holiday Craft and Vendor Fair at Sipley Elementary School.
WESTMONT – Noel Fortman has always been ahead of the curve when it comes to his talent for music.
Students from all over Illinois, including several high schools in the Chicago area, have been hard at work preparing for the 2014 Illinois High School Theatre Festival’s All-State Play, which will be shared with about 4,000 students in January.
A bill narrowly passed by Illinois lawmakers Dec. 3 intended to fix the state's pension crisis could have long-term effects on local school districts, including Community Unit School District 200.
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