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  • Palzet leaving D39 to become superintendent in Burr Ridge

    The search is on for a new Wilmette Junior High School principal, now that Dave Palzet, who also headed Highcrest Middle School, has announced that he will be leaving Wilmette School District 39 at the end of this school year. Palzet, 41, will become...
  • Letter to the editor: Thanks to all Santa's Workshop volunteers at Leigh School

    The students at John V. Leigh School love Santa's Workshop and it's all because of the parents. I would like to thank all the parents that donated wrapping paper, gift bags, gifts tags, and tape. I would like to thank all of the parents that spent hours...
  • Family fun in full swing at River Grove School event

    The bouncy house in River Grove School's cafeteria was one of several fun activities available at the school recently. On Feb. 6, the River Grove School Parent Teacher Association had its annual Family Fun Fair at the school. Hundreds of children and...
  • Honest Abe visits Davis Magnet School

    Honest Abe visits Davis Magnet School
    Students at Davis Magnet School in Costa Mesa got a living history lesson Wednesday from a man who was the spitting image of Abraham Lincoln. The 16th president — or at least a very close approximation played by Lincoln impersonator Robert...
  • Buddy Bench aims to ensure no El Morro student is alone

    Buddy Bench aims to ensure no El Morro student is alone
    A once-plain aluminum bench near the playground at El Morro Elementary School has been transformed into a colorful means for bringing students together. If a student is lonely during recess or lunch, he or she takes a seat on the Buddy Bench and waits...
  • Leading our city schools

    A city's public school system ranks among its most important assets. In addition to educating future generations, the quality of a community's education system can be a powerful economic development tool and a reliable indicator of its quality of life....
  • Maercker students go wild at Westview Hills fun fair

    Maercker students go wild at Westview Hills fun fair
    The Maercker Elementary District 60 PTO invited students and parents to Get Your Game On during the annual fun fair Feb. 22 at Westview Hills Schools. The special guest this year was Chicago White Sox mascot Southpaw, who took photos with students and...
  • Public asks questions as West Aurora begins referendum forums

    Public asks questions as West Aurora begins referendum forums
    More than 50 community members turned up at Hill Elementary School Thursday for the first in a series of public forums about West Aurora School District's plan to borrow $84.2 million in bonds to finance school building projects if voters approve a...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Heroin, meth are teen drugs of choice, officer says

    Marijuana, pills and alcohol may have been staples of wild teen parties in the past, but more and more, students are using heroin and methamphetamine, an undercover Newport Beach police detective told members of the Corona del Mar High School PTA at a...
  • Glendale PTA: R.D. White Elementary celebrating 100 years

    Glendale High PTSA President Megan Schowengerdt would like parents of college-bound seniors to know that school counselors are hosting a “Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Fill Out Night” on Jan. 28. Details on time and...
  • Matthew Troy: Hebron volunteer firefighter

    Matthew Troy said his interest in the Hebron Volunteer Fire Department dates back to 1999, when his family required the emergency services of the department. "That morning I recognized some of the responders as the fathers of some school friends," said...