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.
GLEN ELLYN – Glen Ellyn School District 41's Benjamin Franklin School is the only Illinois elementary school to be named an "Exemplar School" by the Partnership for 21st Century Skills (P21), according to a district news release.
DOWNERS GROVE – School officials say it's too early to know how the massive pension reform bill signed Thursday will affect local districts.
LYONS – A bomb threat at Washington Middle School, 8101 Ogden Ave., in Lyons, led to the evacuation of about 800 students from the school at about 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, according to District 103 officials and the Lyons Police Department.
WHEATON – The new head of Wheaton North High School will be a familiar face for students and administration.
GLEN ELLYN – Glen Ellyn Park District and Glenbard Township High School District 87 are seeking to consolidate their many intergovernmental agreements (IGAs) to make their shared use of facilities clearer and more equitable.
WESTMONT – Westmont schools are taking a stance against bullying by implementing a program with a positive twist.
With the help of local libraries and School District 96, the Riverside Area Inclusion Network (RAIN) will promote Inclusion Awareness Week in the community with film screenings and story times for kids.