LANSING | The Committee for the Patti Leach Memorial Scholarship has announced the 2013 recipient of the award is Shannon Pollard, a graduate of Thornton Fractional South High School.
LANSING | The Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 School Board gave its approval Wednesday to a three-year contract for a new superintendent.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Marian Catholic High School announces the Students of the Month for April. Departments choose students that go above and beyond their duties as student aides. The students are:
LYNWOOD | The Village Board transitioned from old to new Tuesday with little change, and Village President Eugene Williams said he thinks that benefits local residents.
LYNWOOD | Roy Valle is no longer a government official.
LANSING | The St. Bernard Hospital Mobile Pediatric Health Unit will visit Thornton Fractional South High School this summer to offer free ninth-grade physical exams and immunizations on campus, the school has announced.
LYNWOOD | A seven-year Police Department veteran whose squad car was taken by a criminal suspect during a police chase has lost his job.
LANSING | The Thornton Fractional South High School softball and baseball teams paid tribute Monday to a Lansing graduate killed while serving with the U.S. Marines in Iraq.
LYNWOOD | Attorneys for a police officer who faces dismissal because his squad car was stolen and wrecked by a criminal suspect say the village’s Fire and Police Board violated the law by keeping the officer on unpaid leave since mid-March.
CALUMET CITY | School Board officials for the Thornton Fractional high schools are considering whether to create a new application that would allow use of smartphones to access information about District 215.
LANSING | Each month a student from each grade level is chosen by their team of teachers for the Heritage Excellence Award at Heritage Middle School in Lansing.
The Heritage Excellence Award winners for the month of March are, from left: Jose Serna, fifth grade, Anissa Murphy, sixth grade, Diana Alvarez, seventh grade, and Ta'ylor Gray-Graham, eighth grade.
The Heritage Excellence Award winners for the month of April are, from left: Zenin Hall, fifth grade, Karina Diaz, sixth grade, Daisja Howard, seventh grade, and Tola Adeyefa, eighth grade.
LANSING | The Lansing Elementary District 158 School Board last month approved the employment of Mark Crotty as business manager, effective July 1.
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LANSING | Nathan Hale Elementary School has announced its Excellence Award winners for March.
Pictured are Nathan Hale Excellence Award winners. From left are Luis Hernandez, kindergarten; Ciara Simpson, first grade; Wade Lesley, second grade; Denaly Gayton, third grade, and Gaby Hernandez, fourth grade.
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