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  • This week's Morning Call high school wrestling rankings

    This week's Morning Call high school wrestling rankings
    106 POUNDS 1. Soph. Matt Parker (Pennridge) 22-1 2. Soph. Luke Werner (Liberty) 23-7 3. Soph. Trevor Tarsi (Nazareth) 28-6 4. Fr. Nick Dolak (Parkland) 26-9 5. Jr. Casin Corallo (Easton) 27-6 Honorable mention: Fr. John Consorti (Wilson) 31-3,...
  • EXCHANGE: School counselors struggle under workload

    To 16-year-old Leanne Neill, the Normal Community High School counseling staff has been a godsend. A NCHS sophomore, she missed several days of class last semester after her cousin suffered a serious spinal injury while playing defensive tackle for his...
  • Public's input sought on updating District 86 plan

    Public's input sought on updating District 86 plan
    Hinsdale High School District 86 continues to look for people to serve on teams that will help update the master facilities plan. About 30 people, not including administrators and School Board members, attended a volunteer fair Feb. 12 in the Hinsdale...
  • Naperville robotics team inspires younger students

    Naperville robotics team inspires younger students
    Anna Rezac looked excited and a bit overwhelmed after getting a peek at what is involved in getting ready for a FIRST Robotics Competition. The sixth-grader from Madison Junior High was among the roughly 30 junior high students and their parents who...
  • Effort helps Wyoming high school students with college plans

    A new initiative through the University of Wyoming is helping high school students in the state with their college plans. Wyoming College Advising Corps is administered by UW's Department of Student Educational Opportunity in the Division of Student...
  • Gender neutral restroom opens at Park City High School

    What's believed to be Utah's first gender neutral restroom has opened at Park City High School. Student council member Adam Snyder says he came up with the idea after reading that colleges have such restrooms for transgender students. He told KSL (http:...
  • High school cafeteria chief serves up food, life lessons

    Each school day, Aiea High School food service manager Thomas Rodrigues and his staff do whatever is necessary to ensure that the 700 or so students who pass through their cafeteria doors receive the nourishment they need to be happy and productive....
  • 'God Bless America' banned from morning announcements at Florida high school

    'God Bless America' banned from morning announcements at Florida high school
    A student at a Florida high school has been told to stop saying "God bless America" during the morning announcements after administrators received a formal complaint, according to News 4 Jax. Yulee High School officials received a letter from the...
  • Chinese students spend week at Leyden high schools

    Chinese students spend week at Leyden high schools
    Fourteen students from China noticed both similarities and differences in American high school during a week at Leyden high schools. The students came from the city of Jinan in eastern China, where they attend Shando Experimental High School. They...
  • Downers Grove schools report high vaccination rates

    Downers Grove schools report high vaccination rates
    Downers Grove Grade School District 58 reports that almost 100 percent of its students are vaccinated against various illnesses in the district of about 5,000 students. But more students have cited religious reasons for not being vaccinated this year...
  • High school can prepare kids for careers: My Word

    High school can prepare kids for careers: My Word
    How many freshman high-school students know they will not graduate from college? Most think they will, but the odds are against them. So, when will they know? By the end of 10th grade, students, parents and counselors will know if students are college...