Thornton Fractional North High School
CALUMET CITY | State Rep. Thaddeus Jones lost two nephews to AIDS. So, this weekend's Think AIDS event at Thornton Fractional North High School, 755 Pulaski Road, is especially important for him.
Friday is the Fourth of July.
CALUMET CITY | The City Council approved a financial contribution to the Calumet Memorial Park District to help pay for the traditional Freedom's Eve celebration on July 3.
James Gindl, 82, makes it official by tossing his mortar board tassel to the left at his Thornton Fractional North High School graduation ceremony on Wednesday.
Thornton Fractional North High School Principal Dwayne Evans adjusts the tassel on the mortar board of 82-year-old James Gindl, who was set to graduate in 1952 from the school but instead chose to enlist and fight in the Korean War. A special graduation ceremony took place Wednesday for Gind…
CALUMET CITY | Three generations of family members and Thornton Fractional North officials joined James Gindl on Wednesday as he was awarded an honorary diploma from the school he'd left 62 years earlier.
CALUMET CITY | Two teams of Thornton Fractional North students, led by social studies teacher Matthew Flood, won second and third place in The Stock Market Game program’s online portfolio simulation. The T.F. North teams, who beat out more than 363 other teams throughout the region, received…
T.F. North juniors won honors in the Stock Market Game program. Standing from left are Maya McReynolds and Teona Daniels, who placed second. Seated from left are Jaidah Sapa and Heaven Soto, who placed third.
CALUMET CITY | Outstanding graduating eighth-graders and high school seniors from Calumet City were recognized for their achievements during the city's annual Student Achievement Awards Night recently at VFW Post 8141.
Thornton Fractional North High School students form a red ribbon in honor of AIDS awareness.
CALUMET CITY | Thornton Fractional North High School hosted AIDS activist and motivational speaker Rae Lewis-Thorton on April 25 as part of the school's Health Awareness Month.
A Thornton Fractional North student listens to Rae Lewis-Thornton describe her life. Lewis-Thornton is a motivational speaker with AIDS who spoke to students Friday about her life with the disease.
CALUMET CITY | Rae Lewis-Thornton hopes Thornton Fractional North students take one thing, if nothing else, from her talk in the school's auditorium Friday.
CALUMET CITY | The T.F. North Student Council, led by faculty adviser Aaron Altenburg, was recently awarded a $250 grant from the Walmart Foundation Community Grant Program.
CALUMET CITY | Calumet City Elementary District 155 will not provide summer school for eighth-graders this year.
Well, it’s spring ... I think, hope, pray.
BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. | Jurors in suburban Chicago have found businessman Allan Kustok guilty of killing his wife, Anita "Jeanie" Kustok, in September 2010.
CALUMET CITY | The Thornton Fractional North Mock Trial team won second place at the sixth Municipal District’s Mock Trial Competition on Feb. 15 at Prairie State College in Chicago Heights.
T.F. North sophomores Teresa Alvarez, left, and Tiana Bogard, far right, with Guidance Counselor Allison Braasch. Alvarez and Bogard started a mentoring program for freshmen at their Calumet City high school.
CALUMET CITY | Thornton Fractional North High School sophomores Tiana Bogard and Teresa Alvarez are on a mission.
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