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  • Glendale PTA: Community service favored at Glendale High

    Glendale High students can use the spring recess to work on community-service hours. School officials encourage students to experience at least 100 hours of community service during their four years of high school. For students who reach 100 hours and...
  • Five seek three seats on District 101 Board

    Five residents are vying for the three open spots on the Western Springs District 101 School Board. The candidates are Brett Lettiere, Todd McLawhorn, Jeanne Padgett, Jamie L. Secord and Thomas P. Simpson. McLawhorn is the only incumbent running in...
  • Endorsements: Glendale school board candidates Nayiri Nahabedian, Kevin Cordova-Brookey

    Endorsements: Glendale school board candidates Nayiri Nahabedian, Kevin Cordova-Brookey
    The tightest race, in terms of overall competence, is clearly the one for Glendale Unified’s board of education. With Sandy Russell following through on a promise not to run for a full term, and the drama surrounding Nayiri Nahabedian’s...
  • Museum taking exhibits on the road

    Museum taking exhibits on the road
    Illinois' new student assessment testing is adding extra challenges for an unlikely group that already is in the midst of digging out from disaster: the DuPage Children's Museum in Naperville. Rather than worrying about how to bring kids to the museum,...
  • D39 hopefuls talk budgets, tests, class size at forum

    D39 hopefuls talk budgets, tests, class size at forum
    They're not all running together, but when they spoke at a March 14 candidate forum, the four hopefuls running for three Wilmette School District 39 board seats in the April 7 election shared nearly identical views. Among the issues on which...
  • Faith and community inspire Putnam couple's volunteerism

    The list of organizations to which Bill and Terri Pearsall belong is a long one. The Putnam couple has spent the better part of 30 years in northeastern Connecticut. They know it well, especially after raising three children. They've coached Little League...
  • Student artwork awarded at PTA reception

    Student artwork awarded at PTA reception
    Parents and student artists gathered in the La Canada Unified School District board room to view submissions to the La CaƱada PTA Council Reflections contest during a March 11 reception. More than 60 students, from kindergarten through 12th grade, won...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Live from CdM, it's Trident TV

    Corona del Mar Today: Live from CdM, it's Trident TV
    Just a few minutes until air time, and Corona del Mar High School senior Connor Mickelsen was feeling the pressure. Standing in front of a bright-green wall in a converted space in the school's front office, Mickelsen was ready to go. His hair looked...
  • Hampton parents concerned about closing of Tarrant Elementary School

    Hampton parents concerned about closing of Tarrant Elementary School
    HAMPTON — One parent worries that her daughter won't receive the reading support she needs, while another feels changes will disrupt the consistency her special-needs son needs to thrive. These are just two of the people concerned about how the...
  • Four candidates vie for three open District 68 seats

    It's not often when Skokie School District 68 voters have to wait until election day to find out who will serve on the next School Board. But next month's spring election is a rarity in the district, a contested race with four candidates including...
  • Longtime York supervisor won't seek re-election

    York County Board of Supervisor Donald Wiggins announced this week that he won't seek another term in office. "I have served for a long time and now I got most of the things that I ran for finished," Wiggins said. "And I guess it is time for somebody...