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Make note of these important dates for Frankfort District 157-C.
Your kids might be letting out a collective "sigh," but the school is ready and waiting to welcome them back!
Reducing the hours saves the district more than $2,000 each month, officials said.
A retired Kruse Education Center teacher has earned a spot in district history.
The band has played at parades, concerts and competitions in preparation for the upcoming school year.
Area residents have several chances to see the District 210 bands live.
Some new faces, and some shifts of current staff into new roles.
The sale is a fundraiser for 500 music students from across the district.
Bert Johnson will deliver several workshop sessions from July 28–30.
Kailie Gilmore, of Frankfort, received two music scholarships.
Bryanna Johnson will attend the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in the fall.
The new assistant principal replaces Dan Prorok, who left for a role in another district.
Register by August 1. School starts August 25.
Among Illinois' highest pensions, are former public school district superintendents. And topping them all is former D210's own Larry Wyllie, reports Reboot Illinois.
The camp will be held Monday, August 18 from 5 to 7 p.m., for students from kindergarten through sixth grade.
Citizens are nominated from each high school area.
Dr. Tina Halliman has been chosen as superintendent of District 130, which encompasses Alsip, Blue Island, Crestwood and Robbins.
Three seniors who missed their graduation ceremony were treated to one of their own—a toss of the mortar board and all—after they missed their scheduled graduation during state champions
Eric Wellman approved to replace longtime Joliet West staffer Kevin Carroll.
Commencement was held Thursday, June 5.