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Charter school proposal gets the thumbs down from Joliet school board

Plans to open a charter school to serve Joliet’s middle and high school students has gotten a thumbs down by Joliet Elementary School District 86 … Read more ›

Some 60 Valley View teachers, support staff could be laid off next year

Valley View District 365U officials agreed to a procedural measure that will inform 500 teachers and support staff that they may lose their jobs. But Sharon … Read more ›

ADHD Educational Series
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ADHD Group Pays Attention

The stereotype of people with Attention Deficit Disorder is distracted and disorganized. However, the Naperville adult support group celebrated their 10th anniversary as an organized … Read more ›

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HERO HELPS announces speakers for Community Forum

Leading researcher, physician, psychologist, and local judicial experts to lead educational sessions during Community Forum April 13 HERO HELPS is a daylong community forum scheduled … Read more ›

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Bobblehead Dad: Keeping Our Teens Safe Over Spring Break

Want a sobering statistic? One-third of all alcohol-related teen deaths and injuries will take place in the months of April, May, June. You know, those … Read more ›

Playing Cowboy Bingo at Dad's Day
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Events at Zion Preschool

Zion Preschool, on the corner of 111th and Book Road, hosted its annual Dad's Day on Saturday, March 3rd. The event had a western theme … Read more ›

Adult CNA Classes
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Nursing Assistant Training Program

Wilco Area Career Center in Romeoville is offering a CNA training course for adults this summer! Although Wilco is a public high school, we get … Read more ›

Valley View District approves new summer school program

A new summer program for Valley View District 365U elementary students will focus on reading comprehension, writing, math and other subjects, according to school board … Read more ›

Gov. Pat Quinn talks technology in schools Tuesday at Piper Elementary School in Berwyn. (Antonio Perez / February 28, 2012)

Quinn says sales tax windfall could pay for schools

Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn suggested Tuesday that better-than-expected sales-tax collections could be used to plug a hole in state school funding this year. The budget … Read more ›

District 202 approves cutting equivalent of 64 full-time positions

Plainfield schools will start out the school year in August with fewer employees. Faced with a projected deficit of $3.2 million in the 2012-13 school … Read more › 1 comment