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That’s two years before the embattled superintendent’s contract was to expire.
Fifty sets of hand-painted stadium seats are on display as part of Wrigley Field's 100th anniversary.
The anonymous survey showed staff feel low levels of trust and respect from district leadership, but are more positive about school and department leaders.
He will serve as principal for the coming school year, replacing Brad Swanson, who resigned.
The Highland Park City Council wants to address neighbors' concerns about traffic before approving a request to reconfigure parking.
Monday’s board meeting got heated when parents objected to the board and Superintendent George Fornero’s leadership on budget and personnel issues.
Howard Hill will be honored at the university’s commencement ceremony.
This replaces a two-year contract for the district's 200 staff members.
More than 100 gathered before school Tuesday to speak out against Principal Brad Swanson’s decision to take a job with another district.
Parents and students are upset that Brad Swanson is leaving to take a position with another school district.
The U.S. News and World Report list came out this week.
Brad Swanson is stepping down at the end of the year. What sort of skills and characteristics would you like to see the next principal have?
Brad Swanson has accepted a position with the Glenbrook North and South school district.
HPHS ranked as the 19th most challenging in Illinois, putting it ahead of most North Shore schools.
The winner of Friday's competition will represent Illinois at the national competition in Washington D.C.
When the regular chef got injured, Nabor Vasquez offered to step in.
The district is eager to hear residents' opinions on what to do about its aging buildings.
Rohan Malempati, 17, a HPHS student until last year died in February. Teacher Melissa Zientara raised $8,500 in his memory for Special Olympics.
Public may know of Citizen Finance and Facilities Advisory Committee's findings and recommendations on district's aging school buildings by May board meeting.