BROOKFIELD – Studying for final exams in high school requires concentration, and a noisy household can be a big problem.
BERWYN – Berwyn police petitioned a 16-year-old expelled Morton West student to Cook County Juvenile Court for criminal trespass to state property following the lockdown at Morton West High School at 11:30 a.m. May 22.
HINSDALE – There are a few occasions when the scoreboard doesn’t matter – when the feats of those on the basketball court transcend the game.
HINSDALE – The Community Consolidated School District 181 Parent Teacher Organizations are hosting a district-wide family golf outing on both June 3 and July 8 at the Chicago Highlands Club.
HINSDALE – The District 86 Board of Education unanimously approved the appointments of Tom Paulsen and Frank Kesman as interim principals of Hinsdale Central High School for the 2013-14 school year, according to a news release.
ELMHURST – Three Elmhurst students created their own ticket to march in the Elmhurst Memorial Day parade Monday with their winning entries to the Ruth Strand Poster Contest.
ELMHURST– Adults and seniors are invited to tour the Cuneo Mansion and Gardens in Vernon Hills with the Elmhurst Park District on June 20.
ADDISON – The school year is coming to an end, but the fun is just beginning at the Addison Park District.
DOWNERS GROVE – The District 58 Board of Education voted May 13 to start the first phase of security enhancements at all District 58 buildings. The work will take place this summer, for a total cost of $132,970.
LEMONT – Lemont High School will hold a graduation ceremony for its Class of 2013 at 7:30 p.m. Friday in the school's gymnasium, 800 Porter St.
LA GRANGE PARK – School on Wheels is holding training sessions for new English tutors June 1 and 8.
HINSDALE – The District 181 Board of Education approved this week the hiring of Eric Chisausky as the next Walker School principal, effective July 1.
WHEATON – A state commission’s recent decision to grant individual appeal hearings for all 18 school districts affected by a proposed virtual charter school was in response to a misunderstanding, said the commission’s chairman.
LEMONT – The Lemont Public Library, 50 E. Wend St., will celebrate the start of summer with its Kids' Summer Reading Kickoff Party at 6 p.m. Friday, May 31.
LEMONT – Four Lemont High School students were honored with May “Student of the Month” accolades at the district’s Board of Education meeting on May 21.
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