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  • Wilmette Rotary Club awards scholarships to six seniors

    Wilmette Rotary Club awards scholarships to six seniors
    For the 34th year, members of the Wilmette Rotary Club awarded scholarships to six university-bound seniors from Wilmette area high schools. The students, six from Wilmette and one from Winnetka, were awarded at a May 27 ceremony held in Skokie, club...
  • Grafton High valedictorian: Dream big, ignore haters

     Grafton High valedictorian: Dream big, ignore haters
    Armed with a selfie stick and a smile, Grafton High School Valedictorian Hyeon-U Kang told his fellow classmates to hold fast to their dreams. "Many times society doesn't appreciate our dreams — they may think that our dreams are dumb and stupid,"...
  • York graduates share laughs, optimism at commencement

     York graduates share laughs, optimism at commencement
    York High School's class of 2015 commencement ceremony was filled with reflection, laughs and optimism for the future Friday night at William and Mary Hall. In her salutatorian address, which she called a "cliché, don't-be-afraid-to-make-mistakes...
  • Tabb graduates encouraged to make a difference

     Tabb graduates encouraged to make a difference
    Attendees at Tabb High School's graduation at William and Mary Hall on Friday quickly learned that the class is leaving its legacy with its long list of accomplishments and accolades. "Your class made a choice to make a difference in the world," Tabb...
  • Kecoughtan graduates urged to live without regrets

    Kecoughtan graduates urged to live without regrets
    Kecoughtan High School Valedictorian Allison Chow encouraged her peers to make the most of life and to live without regrets during her graduation speech. "Explore the unknown, dream the impossible and discover something new every day," said Chow. The...
  • At Simsbury High, A Class Of Unity

     At Simsbury High, A Class Of Unity
    SIMSBURY — High school is over, and Simsbury High School's Class of 2015 is facing new opportunities and new challenges. The 375 graduates were dressed in royal blue caps and robes for their commencement at the Simsbury Performing Arts Center on...
  • Valedictorian: Remember, treasure lessons learned at Bruton High School

     Valedictorian: Remember, treasure lessons learned at Bruton High School
    With a sea of white and green caps and gowns before her, Bruton High School Valedictorian Kaela Frazier kept her message pretty short and consistent. "We didn't choose the Bruton life, the Bruton life choose us," Frazier said to a couple of laughs and...
  • School officials investigate teacher's 'fat shaming' lesson

    Officials at a Long Island high school are investigating a teacher who used a class lesson to make fun of girls who struggle with their weight. Newsday reports (http://nwsdy.li/1IR9shN ) a fashion and sewing teacher at Centereach High School handed out...
  • Hampton High students encouraged to strive for success

    Hampton High students encouraged to strive for success
    HAMPTON — Hampton High School Valedictorian Wyatt Booth encouraged his fellow graduates to pursue happiness and individuality, while acknowledging that sexism, racism and other cultural boundaries still exist even for their generation. "We all...
  • My Time: Students participate in Signature project

    My Time: Students participate in Signature project
    Severna Park High School students Emma Chamberlin, Josee Molavi and Laura Carty were among many who participated in a recent Signature Schools Program project. With guidance from NOAA, students were given the assignment to produce a branding and...
  • Pesticide use near schools triggers a push for statewide regulations

    Pesticide use near schools triggers a push for statewide regulations
    Rio Mesa High School sits just outside the strawberry growing hub of Oxnard and is surrounded by vast fields of the juicy red fruit. Jeff Elliott's twin daughters, in 11th grade, are on the school's track and cross-country teams, and they practice...