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“We ... saw heroes rushing into burning buildings, and then dying in the collapse," recalls Major Dan Johnson during the ceremony.
Sandburg, Stagg and Andrew High Schools have been named among America’s Top High Schools by The Daily Beast.
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Families who need help supplying children for school can pick up free supplies at the Worth Township office in Alsip.
Karen Wright urges parents to take an active role in the district, and run for three seats on the school board.
The bank gave out $135,000 in scholarships this year.
Carla Erdey was chosen for her exemplary work in leadership roles for educational organizations.
Shepard High School's top 10 all graduated with Honors with Distinction—among many other accomplishments.
Students were invited to an awards banquet to receive departmental awards, scholarships and other honors prior to graduation.
An outpouring of love and appreciation for Mt. Assisi Academy Sunday, June 1.
Weather forced the district to move the school's May 20 graduation ceremony indoors, and students felt they were not given the pleasure of a well-planned celebration.
The sets will be used Friday, May 23 and can be picked up the same day.
Food, crafts, live music and so much more at Staggapalooza to celebrate the 50th anniversary.
Between five to eight inductees will be selected and honored at the inaugural Hall of Fame reception in November.
An investigation is ongoing after two males aged 17 and 18 entered the school without permission.
Five Marist students will have their college tuition and housing covered for four years.