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Elementary Schools

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  • Elbridge Gale lauded for positive behavior programs

    Recently, five elementary schools and one middle school in Palm Beach County were recognized by Florida's Positive Behavior Support Project and each earned bronze-level status. One of those schools, Elbridge Gale Elementary School in Wellington, has...
  • District 112 parents calling for full-day kindergarten

     District 112 parents calling for full-day kindergarten
    The drumbeat grows louder for full-day kindergarten in North Shore School District 112, which covers Highland Park and Highwood, as school officials in Deerfield's District 109 fine-tune their full-day plan for next school year, As of Tuesday, almost...
  • BizEd Community Expo in April to feature many educational components

    BizEd Community Expo in April to feature many educational components
    The Barrington Area Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for its annual BizEd Community Expo, taking place Saturday, April 12 at Barrington High School. This year, in addition to many local businesses being featured, the expo will also highlight the...
  • Kaneland vote puts spotlight on library staffing at elementary schools

    The Kaneland School Board Monday night approved a staffing plan for next year amid a call to reinstate librarians at the elementary schools. The staffing plan for next year essentially keeps the number of full-time certified teachers the same, but it...
  • PARRC test boycotts have not spread to Elgin School District U46

    PARRC test boycotts have not spread to Elgin School District U46
    While scores of students at several northwest-suburban high schools reportedly refused to take the new standardized tests being administered across Illinois this month, only 20 students required to take it in Elgin School District U46 have said "no,"...
  • St. John Vianney Regional School holds fundraiser for Cleveland Elementary

    St. John Vianney Regional School holds fundraiser for Cleveland Elementary
    St. John Vianney Regional School students are the latest to help Cleveland Elementary students who were displaced after a fire struck the building last month. The student council at St. John Vianney Regional School held a week-long drive for school...
  • McKenzie Variety Show puts parents, teachers on stage

    McKenzie Variety Show puts parents, teachers on stage
    Jeff Goldman occasionally runs into people who get confused when he talks about the McKenzie Variety Show. "A lot of my friends and family don't understand when I talk about it," Goldman said of the venerable McKenzie Elementary School tradition....
  • District 90 adding second floor to Lincoln Elementary

    The River Forest Village Board signed off unanimously March 6 on School District 90's proposal to add a second floor to Lincoln Elementary School. Construction is planned this summer for the 5,252-square-foot addition. The expansion will add three new...
  • Linton 6th-graders work to help save monarch butterflies

    While most sixth-grade students are worried about what's being posted on Instagram, there are two at Linton-Stockton Junior High School who are more interested in the monarch butterflies that can be found in Indiana during the summer. Suzie Ronk and Emma...
  • Air-conditioning systems to be installed at Woodland District schools

    The Woodland District 50 Board of Education approved a contract with Siemens Corporation on March 17 to install air-conditioning at Woodland Elementary East and West schools in Gages Lake, according to a news release. Work is expected to begin this...
  • Technology triumphs for third-graders at Hainesville school

    Technology triumphs for third-graders at Hainesville school
    Third grade students at Prairieview have been busy utilizing new technologies to enhance learning in their Hainesville school. The students have been doing research on natural disasters — what causes them, when and where they occur, if they can be...