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College of DuPage Admissions and Outreach will host a series of information sessions for adults age 19 and older this fall.
Other suburban school districts that have done away with class rank include: Wheaton Warrenville Unit District 200 and Naperville Unit District 203, according to media reports.
Incidents of students viewing porn at school came to light in April after a parent called the Forest Glen Elementary School principal, according to the Chicago Tribune.
The District 200 Board of Education has appointed Assistant Superintendent for Educational Services Faith Dahlquist as Interim Superintendent while they search for a permanent replacement.
The Eagle Scout says the school arbitrarily infringed on his First Amendment rights and he wants his record cleared.
“Removing these temporary buildings will clear the way for future construction projects at the college,” Governor Quinn said.
Dr. Dennis Cremin is a Naperville resident and will discuss his book, "Grant Park: The Evolution of Chicago’s Front Yard," Saturday at the College of DuPage.
Bears Pro Bowl guard Kyle Long promised to support a local boy who has been the victim of bullying. This past weekend, he hung out with Andrew Oyston and posted photos from the day on his Tw
The event will be held Saturday morning.
District 41 officials say boys ages 9 to 11 looked at porn online on a school district computer and on an iPod on the playground.
A school district committee will discuss a proposal to eliminate class rank during a meeting Wednesday, May 7.
Help support Glen Ellyn's Children's Resource Center, Hands of Faith Ministries in South Dakota and Kids Alive in Haiti through a fashion show May 9.
Boys aged 9 to 11 looked at porn online on a school district computer and on an iPod on the playground.
The father of the girl is suing the Diocese of Joliet and St. Joan of Arc school in Lisle.
Glen Crest Middle School presents the Disney play this Friday and Saturday.
Students will fundraise for a trip to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland in 2015.
Students from Glenbard East, Glenbard North and Glenbard West received "Character Counts!" awards from the village of Glendale Heights.