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  • Week 13 football: Mike Helfgot's four downs

    Week 13 football: Mike Helfgot's four downs
    Rivalry renewed? Stevenson and Simeon have developed a healthy rivalry the last two basketball seasons, and with games set to begin next week, they will occupy the top two spots in everybody's preseason rankings. The schools also are state football...
  • Putnam Board of Education announces leadership change at high school

    Putnam High School Principal Joseph Ptaszynski will be passing the baton to Vice Principal Jacqueline Vetrovec when the academic year ends in June. The Board of Education accepted his resignation with regrets at their Nov. 18 meeting. The 65-year-old...
  • Grafton High band one of three to perform at statewide conference | With Video

    Laura Moniuszko of York County stepped from a marimba wooden mallet instrument to a concert bass drum to temple blocks — all the while reading her music, glancing at the conductor and bobbing her head to keep time with Grafton High School's wind...
  • 9 city schools to receive $386,000 gift to stem dropouts

    9 city schools to receive $386,000 gift to stem dropouts
    Nine Baltimore schools on Thursday will celebrate a gift of more than $386,000 for a program aimed at lowering student dropout rates in the city. The gift, from AT&T, is funding "peer group connection programs" created by the Center for Supportive...
  • Proposed Avon School Budget Would Increase Spending 1.72%

    Proposed Avon School Budget Would Increase Spending 1.72%
    AVON — Superintendent Gary Mala has requested a $52.80 million budget for the next school year that would increase the number of Advanced Placement courses at Avon High School and expand Chinese language instruction. Mala presented his budget...
  • New Trier renovations might mean longer summer breaks, fewer holidays

    New Trier renovations might mean longer summer breaks, fewer holidays
    New Trier High School students will likely be enjoying longer summer vacations for the next few years, with officials proposing a revised calendar they say is needed to ensure that the $100 million renovation of the Winnetka campus is finished by the...
  • Latin American literature an alternative to English

    Latin American literature an alternative to English
    High school seniors at Valley View School District 365U will have the chance to take a class focusing on Latin American literature next year. After three years of standard English, the elective can be chosen and serve as a complement to other African-...
  • California students in high-poverty schools lose learning time, study says

    California students in high-poverty schools lose learning time, study says
    California high schools with high-poverty students lose nearly two weeks of learning time annually because of teacher absences, testing, emergency lockdowns and other disruptions compared with their more affluent peers in other schools, according to a...
  • Everyone's a star in Sandburg's holiday show

    Everyone's a star in Sandburg's holiday show
    Opening night is more than a month away, but Sandburg High School students are already hard at work on this year's holiday show. For the second year in a row, the school is making an effort to ensure all students have a shot at the stage. This year'...
  • Glastonbury And Darien Share Class L Championship

    Glastonbury And Darien Share Class L Championship
    WETHERSFIELD — In the last few seconds of the Class L field hockey game, Darien's Georgia Cassidy passed the ball in front of the Glastonbury goal. Marissa Baker tried to tip it in but was inches short. The horn sounded. The game was over. There...
  • Lake County high schoolers' scores mostly rise on standardized tests

    Lake County high schoolers' scores mostly rise on standardized tests
    Illinois high school juniors took their last Prairie State Achievement Examination last spring, and despite participating in the test's swan song, many Lake County students showed a jump in performance over results from the year before, recently...