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  • Two Geneva High School students log perfect ACT scores

    Two Geneva High School students log perfect ACT scores
    Geneva High School juniors Michael Wilkins and Alexander Novy have a few things in common: A fascination with engineering; a desire to help their community; and — most recently — perfect ACT scores. "I was home, reading a book, when my...
  • Community News for Vernon edition

    Hall Memorial Library events ELLINGTON - Escape from April Showers by attending one (or more!) of these events at Hall Memorial Library, 93 Main St. On Thursday, April 23, at 7 p.m., Arnie Pritchard will present his program This Business of Fighting....
  • OPRF students propose fixes for racial inequality at high school

    OPRF students propose fixes for racial inequality at high school
    A classroom assignment about racial bias in America has a led a group of AP students at Oak Park and River Forest High School to tackle racial inequities in the school's discipline and faculty hiring systems. Students in Laura Young's American...
  • Vendors wanted for Paws in the Park

    SOUTH WINDSOR - The annual Paws in the Park is now accepting vendors. This free event will take place Saturday, May 2, from 9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Nevers Park in South Windsor. The event includes many attractions including dog contests,...
  • Top District 308 administrators, principals to get longer contracts

    Top District 308 administrators, principals to get longer contracts
    Three top officials at Community Unit School District 308 will receive new three-year contracts and most principals will receive two-year contracts after the School Board voted 6-1 Monday to approve terms discussed in a closed session. A terms sheet was...
  • McGrath named Leo Man of the Year

    McGrath named Leo Man of the Year
    Leo High School President Dan McGrath is the 2015 Leo Man of the Year, and he and several other alums will be honored April 24 at a banquet at the Lexington House in Hickory Hills, according to a press release from Figel Public Relations. The Leo High...
  • Community News for Manchester edition

    Watkinson's student signs Letter of Intent to American International College MANCHESTER – On Monday, April 13, Tianna Conway '15 of Manchester signed the Letter of Intent to officially become a Division II student-athlete at American...
  • Around Annapolis: Drama club nominated in 12 Cappies categories

    Around Annapolis: Drama club nominated in 12 Cappies categories
    The Hippodrome in Baltimore will be flooded with high school theater and journalism students, including the cast and crew of Annapolis High School's "A Christmas Carol," all dressed in their best, ready to attend the high school equivalent of the Tony...
  • Bowie High community mourns student's sudden death

    Bowie High community mourns student's sudden death
    The Bowie High School community is in mourning this week after the sudden death over the weekend of sophomore Okon Ntekim. Ntekim died suddenly early Saturday as the school's Navy Junior ROTC organization returned from a school-sponsored field trip to...
  • PB School for Autism opens high school life skills program

    PB School for Autism opens high school life skills program
    The Palm Beach School for Autism in Lantana recently completed its new 10,000-square-foot, second-story High School Life Learning Program just in time for April's Autism Awareness month. The high school program, which has 255 students, focuses on...
  • Announcements: Flea market, Holy Temple Cathedral, 5K, 10K run, dog walk, Southern High School scholarships, His Kids Preschool spaghetti dinner, Davidsonville United Methodist Church, barbecue, car wash, Crofton Earth Day,

    Discipline for preschoolers Chesapeake Children's Museum is hosting a three-part seminar for parents, teachers and child care providers on effective discipline for children ages two to five years. The seminar is held 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. April 16, 23 and...