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  • Leadership changes again at Oswego East High School

    A former Oswego High School assistant principal will become the fourth leader in two years to head Oswego East High School. School Board members for the Oswego-based Community Unit School District 308 approved hiring Craig Watson as Oswego East High...
  • Jackson gym at Brainerd faces wrecking ball

    Jackson gym at Brainerd faces wrecking ball
    The bulldozers that leveled the old Brainerd high school building are ready to take on the brick shell of the slightly newer Jackson Gym as Libertyville Community High School District 128 moves forward with plans for the site. The gym – built in...
  • Locals react to end of YES

    Locals react to end of YES
    About 12 years ago, La Cañada mom Jan Crane was in need of a baby-sitter for her two small children when a friend referred her to Youth Employment Service. Operated by the Assistance League of Flintridge and run out of an office at La Cañada High...
  • Substitute teacher convicted of showing movie with graphic sex, violence in Ohio classroom

    A former substitute teacher who showed a movie featuring graphic sex and violence to a high school class has been convicted of disseminating matter harmful to juveniles. Sheila Kearns showed the film, "The ABCs of Death," during five periods of a Spanish...
  • Student-written whodunit to include popular winter characters

    The Rockville High School annual Murder Mystery is being concocted by teacher Victoria Nordlund's independent study creative writing students, and this year's spin on the annual whodunit is sure to be a chiller. "It's called 'Summertime Sadness,' and it'...
  • GBS plans to expands digital engineering/architecture program

    GBS plans to expands digital engineering/architecture program
    The District 225 Glenbrook High School Board is expected to approve a digital course later this month for application of a new engineering and architecture lab/workshop. The lab opened in November at Glenbrook South High School in Glenview, where...
  • Teacher, former football star launches bid for Bethlehem City Council

    Teacher, former football star launches bid for Bethlehem City Council
    When he was young, Shawn Martell said every day felt like it was "take-your-child-to-work day." His dad, now executive director of the Bethlehem Boys and Girls Club, would bring him to the club where he not only learned to play basketball and fuze ball...
  • Newport-Mesa district gets into the details of Signature Academies

    With the new Signature Academies set to roll out to ninth-grade students this fall, the Newport-Mesa Unified School District board Tuesday reviewed a typical class schedule and discussed ways to attract students to the new initiative. The district also...
  • Pathways Academy Designed For Tech-Savvy Teens

    Pathways Academy Designed For Tech-Savvy Teens
    Teenagers thrive on technology, so a magnet high school for students jazzed about digital tech and design has to have not only the latest techy tools, but also an environment that sparks their creativity. Designed by Amenta Emma Architects, the Pathways...
  • Manchester High School Ambassadors Club Tries To Boost Spirit

    Manchester High School Ambassadors Club Tries To Boost Spirit
    The new ambassadors club at Manchester High School has made promoting a positive atmosphere at the high school its main mission. The club, which launched in the fall, is trying to increase enthusiasm at the school by organizing events, such as its...
  • Asbestos Work At Enfield High Confuses Parents, Who Say They Weren't Notified

    Asbestos Work At Enfield High Confuses Parents, Who Say They Weren't Notified
    ENFIELD – Parents of students at Enfield High School were confused Monday when they heard that portions of the school would be blocked off so construction crews could begin scheduled asbestos removal. According to Superintendent Jeffrey Schumann,...