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St. Raymond School Office Administrator Donna Cherwin shows off her brightly-decorated office window during “Donna Cherwin Day!” on Friday, May 18, honoring her 17 years of dedicated service to the school.  Students presented Cherwin with flowers as they entered through the main doors that day.  Parents and students wrote many letters of appreciation to her as well.
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St. Raymond School Says Farewell to 17-year Veteran Office Administrator Donna Cherwin

June 8, 2012—Just as the eye provides a glimpse into the human soul, the hallway window behind which St. Raymond School office administrator Donna Cherwin … Read more ›

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Prospect Art Students Paint Locomotive in Celebration of Arlington Heights 125th Anniversary

In celebration of the Village of Arlington Heights' 125th anniversary, advanced art students in Barbara Shaffer's class painted one of the many locomotives that will … Read more ›

PHS students accept the GRAMMY Signature Gold Award from the GRAMMY Foundation's representative Matt Hennessy, president of the Chicago Chapter of the Recording Academy. Accepting the award are (l to r) Johanna Scott, Rily Mangan, Brian Greene, Michael Grippo, and Jillian Economy.
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Prospect Presents Its Honors GRAMMY Music Festival

Prospect High School is proud to present its Honors GRAMMY Music Festival on Wednesday, May 30, at 7:30 p.m. in the Field House. The event … 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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Music Ensemble Scholarship Fund to host second Blues Bar fundraiser June 3, to benefit District 57 music students who need assistance

Music fans and School District 57 supporters are invited to attend the second Music Scholarship Benefit from 6 to 9 p.m. on Sunday, June 3, … 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 ›

Second graders from Lions Park visit Central School, Mt. Prospect's original schoolhouse, during a recent field trip that highlightted their town's history.
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District 57 second graders get to know local history and develop pride in their town, through an interactive unit that takes them on a tour of Mt. Prospect

Did you know that Mt. Prospect used to be full of onions? Farmers would grow them and then store them in sheds located throughout town. … Read more › 1 comment

Northern New Mexico College Head Coach Christina Jost talks to the girls during a timeout.
From the community

New Head Girls’ Basketball Coach Looking to Push Team to the Next Level

As the school year winds down, officials at Saint Viator High School announced Friday a new addition to the girls’ basketball program: Christina Jost, head … Read more ›

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New Mt. Prospect running club organizes first race to benefit local schools, to be held Saturday, May 19, in Arlington Heights

A new running club based in Mt. Prospect is organizing a run/walk that will be held Saturday, May 19, in Arlington Heights, to support wellness … Read more ›

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Prospect Invites Community to Its Annual Spring Band Concert

Prospect High School proudly presents its annual Spring Band Concert on Wednesday, May 16, at 7 p.m. in the school cafeteria. Featured on the program … Read more ›