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  • Enlace helps Little Village students achieve college dreams

     Enlace helps Little Village students achieve college dreams
    Brian Cruz was only 12 when he came to Chicago's Little Village neighborhood from Mexico four years ago. He knew practically no English, but through hard work gained near-native fluency. Now he's a junior at World Language High School and it's time to...
  • Obama touts immigration plan in his third visit to Las Vegas high school

    Obama touts immigration plan in his third visit to Las Vegas high school
    The week started as usual at Del Sol High School in Las Vegas: classes, schedules, homework. But by midweek news had come that turned the campus topsy-turvy: President Obama was going to visit for the third time Friday to tout his executive directive to...
  • New Trier High's $89 million renovation kicks off with bond sale, permits

    New Trier High's $89 million renovation kicks off with bond sale, permits
    With voters overwhelmingly supporting New Trier Township High School District 203's referendum request to borrow $89 million to help pay for a major renovation of the Winnetka campus, officials said this week they will soon take the next step by selling...
  • Story shows dedication of two teachers

    Kudos to Morning Call reporter Keith Groller on his article, "Canaries, Huskies making the grade." It is always nice to see what our local student athletes are doing during and after their high school careers, on and off the fields and courts. But this...
  • Amazing Race: Old Saybrook Students Build Sub For National Contest

     Amazing Race: Old Saybrook Students Build Sub For National Contest
    At the mouth of the Connecticut River in Old Saybrook, they're still making history. High school students in the town where the first submarine was launched 200 years ago have built a new generation of submersible, a human-powered craft that cruises...
  • Teachers, students step lively to benefit Corona del Mar High dance team

    Teachers, students step lively to benefit Corona del Mar High dance team
    Corona del Mar High School teachers showed off their best moves to a full house of spectators Wednesday night at an annual fundraiser for the school's dance team. Eighteen educators, including Principal Kathy Scott, teamed with members of the Orchesis...
  • Farmington Schools Announce Partnership With Jackson Lab

    FARMINGTON — The public school district announced a partnership with the Jackson Laboratory Friday. "The new units we are developing will take (high school biology) into a much higher level," Farmington High School science department leader Jim...
  • What does the US approach to college mean for our future?

    I am a senior in high school trying to figure out where and how I fit into the world as I look toward the next phase of my life. Applying to colleges has been a daunting and demoralizing start to this new chapter, and I can say with confidence that nearly...
  • Hall High School Assistant Principal Resigns Over Certification Issue

    Hall High School Assistant Principal Resigns Over Certification Issue
    WEST HARTFORD — Kimberlee Henry, an assistant principal at Hall High School, was forced to resign after state officials said she did not complete enough teaching hours toward her administrator certification. "If her certification went through,...
  • Glastonbury High School Powder Puffing For A Good Cause

    Glastonbury High School Powder Puffing For A Good Cause
    GLASTONBURY — The Glastonbury High School senior Powder Puff football team is taking this year's game seriously. As juniors last year, the girls played the senior team to a 28-28 tie in the Powder Puff debut at GHS. Coach and History/Current...
  • Beloved Florida teacher dies after battle with brain cancer

    MIAMI David Menasche, the former English teacher at Coral Reef High School in Miami who wrote a poignant book about reconnecting with his former students after being diagnosed with terminal brain cancer, died Thursday. He was 41. A family member posted...