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D228 Staff collect items for Together We Cope
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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.
Money magazine ranked the 25 most affordable colleges and four Illinois schools made the top 25.
The band has played at parades, concerts and competitions in preparation for the upcoming school year.
Four Illinois schools made the top 75, and the fourth school might surprise you.
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.
School District 146 and Principal Ron Gonser were recently recognized by ISBE for their leadership in early learning education.
D146 alum, Tanner Jackson, will be pursuing his music education at Eastman School fo Music beginning this fall.
School District 146 alum Tim Klotz, a 2014 Central Middle School graduate, hosted a dedication ceremony unveiling the memorial he had built.
Grissom P.E. teacher Bob Heenan died this week, and his students gathered to pay tribute.
Among Illinois' highest pensions, are former public school district superintendents. And topping them all is former D210's own Larry Wyllie, reports Reboot Illinois.
One Oak Forest High School student is outraged at the school's plan to update the display of accomplished alumni, from physical photos to a digital catalog. Do you agree?
The camp will be held Monday, August 18 from 5 to 7 p.m., for students from kindergarten through sixth grade.