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  • Windsor Locks edition community news

    Suffield resident signs National Letter of Intent SUFFIELD - Dan Leckie, a Suffield resident, signed a National Letter of Intent this past November to play Division I baseball for Lafayette College in Easton, Penn., in the Patriot League. Leckie plans on...
  • Translating German obituaries, students help others unearth ancestry

    BELLEVILLE, Ill. Working in pairs, the fourth-year German students at Belleville East High School had different approaches to the challenging task at hand translating an obituary from an old-time German newspaper in Belleville into English. Seniors Colin...
  • District 220 to expand its iPad program

    District 220 to expand its iPad program
    District 220 will be expanding its One to World initiative, supplying all students in grades 6 to 8 with iPads this fall. The expansion, approved by the school board on March 17, came after a pilot program in which all sixth grade students received...
  • District unveils new plan to ease HPHS traffic snarls

    District unveils new plan to ease HPHS traffic snarls
    Some neighbors living near Highland Park High School have complained about being unable to get out of their driveways on certain mornings because of traffic backups and frustrated parents stopping to let out students. Their appeals for a forum to...
  • 2015 Parks & Recreation Department Snowman Contest Winners

    VERNON - Best Overall Sculpture: Allison MacKay; Runner Up Sculpture: Jay Lanz (pictured); Best Overall Snowman: Jeffery Coma (pictured); Runner Up Snowman: Chris Leister; Snowman Champ: Oskar Kalnenieks; Closest "Frosty" Look-A-Like: Jonathan & Ian...
  • Students use 3-D as handy tool for learning and giving

    Students use 3-D as handy tool for learning and giving
    Laguna Beach High School students are getting a taste of the evolving 3-D printing industry while putting new skills to good use. Students in instructor Scott Wittkop's multimedia design elective course are transforming plastic into fingers for...
  • Warren High School District 121 names new superintendent

     Warren High School District 121 names new superintendent
    The next Superintendent of Schools of the Warren Township High School District 121 has been chosen. John Ahlgrim was introduced at Tuesday's school board meeting as the man who will replace Mary Perry Bates after she retires at the end of the school...
  • Community briefs: East Aurora cadets qualify to compete for title

    Community briefs: East Aurora cadets qualify to compete for title
    East Aurora NJROTC cadets qualify to compete for title The East Aurora High School NJROTC unit has qualified for the Navy National Championships after winning three titles in the Area Three competition. On March 13-14, the high school's NJROTC unit...
  • Santa Cruz: Beyond the beach

    Santa Cruz: Beyond the beach
    Back in my high school days in California, we were all about the beach, and Santa Cruz was the ultimate summer hot spot for us cool kids living in San Jose. Just a short hop over the hill in my '84 Mustang GT, my gal pals and I would make a blinders-on...
  • Suburban high school students opt out of PARCC tests

    Suburban high school students opt out of PARCC tests
    Hundreds of students have declined to take the controversial PARCC exam at two northwest suburban high schools, multiple sources said. At Rolling Meadows High School, less than three dozen students out of more than 400 members of the junior class sat...
  • iPads valuable tools for Saucon Valley High School students

    Saucon Valley School Director Edward Inghrim voiced his concern at a recent board meeting that high school students should not receive the same benefit of having a school-issued iPad like the middle-school students have been using this year. He said,...