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New Trier High School officials presented the proposed renovation of the school’s Winnetka campus to the Winnetka Village Council.
Voters will decide on whether to raise $89 million on Winnetka campus renovations.
More than 15 percent scored among the top 1 percent in the country.
While the birth rate fell, enrollment has been increasing in District 36.
The district is investigating the security breach of current and former staff’s info, though it does not appear to have originated at the school.
The board has until August to place a referendum on the November ballot to fund the new construction.
McCausland, a New Trier graduate, was killed by a drunk driver earlier this year while away at college.
The funds needed to replace three aging buildings on the Winnetka campus will not exceed $100 million, the board has said.
The school board decided not to give iPads to all students in 3rd and 4th grade, opting to have them share them in the classrooms.
There were 120 teams competing at this month's tournament in Florida.
School officials say teens are daring each other to jump in the frigid lake, and some have been injured.
The school is looking for contact info for alumni for its 75th anniversary next year.
The 10-15 minute multiple choice survey is open until May 5.
The Illinois High School Association team is made up of athletes who also excel in their studies.
The U.S. News and World Report list came out this week.
The school is one of only six across the country to receive the Blue Ribbon Award for Programs of Excellence.