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D. 202 Board of Education approves five new administrators

Five new administrators will join District 202 following approval of their appointment by the Board of Education at its June 25, 2012 regular meeting. Angela … Read more ›

New faces join Barrington 220 this summer

Several administrators will join Barrington 220 schools, beginning July 1. Cynthia Armendariz-Maxwell will be the director of English Language Learner Programs. Armendariz-Maxwell, who most recently … Read more ›

New D15 contract avoids increased class sizes, teacher layoffs

A new teaching contract at Community Consolidated School District 15 will avoid layoffs, increased classroom sizes, and cuts to program assistant benefits; but will lower … Read more ›

Former Grayslake classmates, Deborah Nelson and Richard Anderson, at the June 1 meeting of the Illinois Community College Trustees Association, where Nelson received the ICCTA Distinguished Alumnus Award. Anderson is chairman of the College of Lake County board of trustees.
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CLC Alum Deborah Nelson wins statewide distinguished alumnus award

Deborah Nelson, formerly of Grayslake, became the first College of Lake County alumnus to earn the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the Illinois Community College Trustees … Read more ›

D15 teachers approve new contract

Palatine-area District 15 teachers ratified a tentative contract in a two-thirds vote this week, according to the union. Lisa Nuss, president of Classroom Teachers Council, … Read more ›

Holy Family 3rd grade students delight in their finished prairie garden. L to R-Alie Belmonte, Alexa Kennedy, Hannah Wilson, Gael Albarran, Abby Sterling,and Gina Aretos
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Holy Family Academy Launches Outdoor Classroom

Holy Family’s third grade teachers, Mrs. Becky Sponseller and Miss Kristin Wolski, have moved the classroom outside. This move is not just the occasional class … Read more ›

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CLC offers orientation sessions for parents of new students

For parents of college students, attending a parent orientation session is a normal part of the “sending them off to college” experience — a time … Read more ›

Several capital projects are underway at Harper College in Palatine, thanks to a referendum approved a few years ago. (Kate Thayer/Tribune)

Public to see Harper capital work

Voters living within Harper College’s boundaries will soon see the bulk of the tax dollars they approved in a capital projects referendum more than three … Read more ›

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Faculty iPads Ramp up Technology in Saint Viator Classrooms

School is nearly out at Saint Viator High School, but many of its faculty members have their work cut out for them — boning up … Read more ›

St Anne Preschool Students have fun with Science
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St Anne's School wins Readers Choice for Best Preschool

St.Anne Next Generation Preschool, a part of St.Anne’s Catholic School in Barrington was honored to win the Reader’s Choice Poll in the Barrington Patch as … Read more ›