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  • Savage/North Laurel

    'Comedy of Errors' The Shakespearean play "The Comedy of Errors" runs Friday, Jan. 16, through Feb. 1 at Laurel Mill Playhouse, 508 Main St. in Laurel. Show times are 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, with 2 p.m. Sunday matinees. Tickets are $20, $15 for...
  • School emphasizes conservation

    School emphasizes conservation
    Welleby Elementary School students got in the holiday spirit and learned a lesson in conservation with a recycled ornament contest. Students took time at home to create their unique entries, which were hung at the Sunrise school's new solar gazebo....
  • Food pantry sets up at school

    Food pantry sets up at school
    An empty classroom at Hollywood's Orange Brook Elementary School was recently transformed into a food pantry. Tables were filled with breads, canned goods, macaroni and cheese and a variety of fresh produce, including key limes, apples, carrots and...
  • School hosts STEM open house

    School hosts STEM open house
    The transition from elementary to middle school can be tough for students and their parents. Gulfstream Middle School in Hallandale Beach is hoping to ease the process, as it recently hosted a STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) open...
  • Townline School students make connections through volunteering

    Townline School students make connections through volunteering
    Townline Elementary School is developing leaders through volunteering. More than 45 students across all grade levels in the kindergarten through grade 5 Vernon Hills building selflessly give of their time in a variety of ways. Students become lunch...
  • North Shore District 112 aims for April vote on $150M borrowing plan

    North Shore District 112 aims for April vote on $150M borrowing plan
    North Shore District 112 is moving toward a $150 million borrowing plan in April that would mostly fund its school consolidation plan, officials said Thursday night, but there's still much work yet to be done. At Thursday night's school board meeting,...
  • Former 2-room Wiesbrook school bulldozed

    Former 2-room Wiesbrook school bulldozed
    A 75-year-old house on Wheaton's southwest side that served as Wiesbrook Elementary School for more than 20 years before being converted to a single-family house a half century ago was demolished on Monday. The house at 2S411 Wiesbrook Road, which faced...
  • District 102 close to naming new superintendent

    District 102 close to naming new superintendent
    La Grange Elementary School District 102 officials expect to sign a contract with a new superintendent this month, four months after announcing that the district's top administrator was leaving at the end of the 2014-15 academic year. School board...
  • La Grange Head Start program finally ready to begin academic year

    La Grange Head Start program finally ready to begin academic year
    Three months after Labor Day, La Grange Area Head Start is expected to finally open its doors for the 2014-15 academic year. The federally funded early-childhood education program usually begins in September but months of negotiations between school...
  • Slight improvement seen in La Grange school test scores

    Slight improvement seen in La Grange school test scores
    The majority of schools in La Grange districts 102 and 105 saw slight improvements in student performance on the Illinois Standards Achievement Test last spring, but more work needs to be done to close gaps in achievement, officials said of results...
  • Flu bug leads to high absentee rate in Oak Park elementary schools

    Flu bug leads to high absentee rate in Oak Park elementary schools
    Nearly 600 students and staff in Oak Park Elementary District 97 schools were absent on Monday due to illness, with most suffering from flu-like symptoms, district officials said. A total of 563 students — or 9.5 percent of those currently...