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Six men and one woman are in the running to replace Sheila Alu, a dynamic yet controversial city commissioner who resigned in December. Alu's exit leaves voters with the task of replacing a prominent voice on the five-member board. The new...
Staff WriterThe sound of music and laughter filled the air as parents and students alike enjoyed the food and games at McKinley Elementary School’s first Winter Extravaganza event here Thursday. Organized by the Parent Teacher Organization, the event served as...
Tags: Elementary Schools, Schools
Special to the TribuneA woman pleaded not guilty this morning to stealing all of the money from a Parent Teacher Organization fund at a Grayslake school. Several members of the PTO from Frederick School sat in the Lake County courtroom as Judge Victoria Rossetti read charges...
Tags: Justice System, Theft, Judges, Grayslake, Crime, Law and Justice
For many Highland Park children, walking to school is a rite of passage that their parents and grandparents undertook. But that idyllic tradition could become a memory for some. The district is embarking on a community discussion that could lead to...
Tags: Edgewood, Students, Teaching and Learning
Officials plan to add $400,000 of enhanced security at the entrances to Highland Park and Deerfield high schools in coming months. An armed guard will also be posted soon at Deerfield High School, like the one that Highland Park already has, officials...
This year's Zora! Festival has a mission that goes beyond celebrating Eatonville's most famous resident, author Zora Neale Hurston. It has to spend less and make more so its parent organization can get its financial house in order. The finances of the...
The Baltimore SunOf this, there is not much debate: no one in sports has mastered the pregame speech like Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis. And his gift for hyper intense gab — the way he builds to furious crescendo, cajoling those listening to rise up against an enemy...
A controversial set of national report cards issued this week by StudentsFirst--the advocacy and lobbying organization started by former Washington, D.C. Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee-- gave Maryland's educational policies and reforms a grade of D+...
Associated PressTRENTON, N.J. (AP) — While the NHL and its players remain engaged in a boardroom battle over dollars and cents, professional hockey is still being played across the United States. Philadelphia, New York, and Washington, of course, are not hockey...
Daily American CorrespondentWhen Bob Lane arrived at Shade-Central City High School five years ago as the new band director, he knew he had his work cut out for him. The graduate of Seton Hill University had seven students in his band that first year. He remembers taking his...
Tags: Students, Entertainment, Teaching and Learning, Music, Education
Staff WriterIMPERIAL — To help set the stage for this year’s Walk Through California presentation, fourth-graders dressed to impress in their best cowboy, Native American and Mexican señorita costumes at Ben Hulse Elementary School here Tuesday. The...
In Burbank, many fifth-graders live for Outdoor Science School — the handful of days when they venture to the mountains or ocean to hike trails with naturalists, sing songs by the campfire and sleep in bunks. The tradition has lasted more than 20...
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