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LANSING | Sunnybrook Elementary District 171’s chief administrator will receive a 3.5 percent pay increase this year as part of his new, five-year contract.
LANSING | Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 principals, assistant principals, and other administrators will each receive 3.5 percent pay raises this year under terms of their new contracts approved Monday by the School Board.
LANSING | Sunnybrook Elementary District 171’s website is expected to have a new look in the coming months.
LANSING | It was a science project on water rockets last year that sparked Ismael Gomez’s interest in aerospace and got him thinking about a possible career as a pilot.
LANSING | Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 will ask for about $8 million in property taxes this year but officials do not expect to receive the full amount being requested.
LANSING | In keeping with a nationwide movement, fathers of Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 are being urged to bring their children to school on the first day of classes this month.
LANSING | Two new administrators are joining the staff at Sunnybrook Elementary District 171.
LANSING | Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 is bidding farewell to not only its business manager but to the principal at one of its schools.
LANSING | A new superintendent and two new School Board members are joining Sunnybrook Elementary District 171.
LANSING | The search for a Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 superintendent is down to a single candidate.
LANSING | Because the Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 School Board does not have enough candidates vying for election on April 9, applications are being accepted from residents interested in filling two impending vacancies.
LANSING | The Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 School Board will soon begin interviews with candidates interested in becoming the district’s next superintendent.
LANSING | At least two of four Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 School Board incumbents say they are planning to seek a return to office in April.
LANSING | Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 parents can now make payments toward their child’s fees electronically.
LANSING | Sunnybrook Elementary District 171’s interim superintendent is being paid $800 per day to lead the school system while the search continues for a new, permanent schools chief.
LANSING | The Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 School Board is expected Thursday to discuss the terms of a contract for a recently named interim superintendent.
LANSING | Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 has selected a retired Homewood school superintendent to serve as its interim chief administrator for the 2012-13 school year.
LANSING | Candidates interested in becoming Sunnybrook Elementary District 171’s new superintendent will need to possess some specific qualifications and characteristics in order to get the job.
LANSING | Plans are in motion for a Fitness Center at Heritage Middle School.
LANSING | Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 is considering a Heritage Middle School Fitness Center for students, staff — and eventually community members.
LANSING | Parent, staff and community input is being sought in the search for a new superintendent for Sunnybrook Elementary District 171.
LANSING | Three Heritage Middle School seventh-graders will receive some scholarship help to pursue their interests in the arts.
LANSING | Sunnybrook School District 171 Superintendent Joseph Majchrowicz reversed his earlier decision to stay on for another year and expects to retire next month.
LANSING l Heritage Middle School seventh-graders will have their first Fun Run/Walk from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday.
LANSING | Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 officials are exploring all of their options, including possible fee and building rental rate increases, to cut expenses and remain financially responsible.
LANSING | A Nathan Hale Elementary School teacher will become assistant principal at Heritage Middle School.
LANSING | Heritage Middle School staff members are planning a spring event that will get Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 students, educators and families on their feet and moving together for a common cause.
LANSING | Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 Superintendent Joseph Majchrowicz will be staying on in his position for a bit longer than he had planned.
LANSING | Heritage Middle School will have a new but familiar face at its helm next year.
LANSING | A Heritage Middle School parent is the newest addition to the Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 School Board.
LANSING | Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 soon will offer algebra classes to all of its eighth-grade students.
LANSING | Whether it be in music, acting, fashion design, or dance, three Heritage Middle School students are getting a financial boost to help them pursue their fine arts dreams.
LANSING | Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 officials say any decision to consolidate Illinois school districts should be made locally and not forced by authorities in Springfield.
LANSING | Financing is now in place for required renovations at Nathan Hale Elementary and Heritage Middle School.
LANSING | Nathan Hale Elementary School is trying a new program to track students' behavior and encourage them to be positive, prepared and respectful at school.
LANSING | Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 teachers will receive annual pay raises averaging 2 percent this year and in each of the next two years under a new, three-year contract approved by the School Board this week.
LANSING | Heritage Middle School Principal Bruce Christensen plans to retire after the next school year.
LANSING | Changing the appearance of Heritage Middle School's learning center is in the works.
LANSING | A group of Heritage Middle School students and a recent graduate received honors from Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 and one of its employees for their outstanding effort to the district and an U.S. Air Force auxiliary.
BLOOM TOWNSHIP | Faster Internet connections, additional phone lines and cell phones for all staff members are among the improvements coming to Sandridge Elementary School for the 2010-11 school year.
BLOOM TOWNSHIP | A former Northwest Indiana school administrator is set to begin work Aug. 2 as Sandridge Elementary School's new principal.
LANSING | Three Heritage Middle School seventh-graders, each with an affinity for the arts, are getting a little extra financial help to continue pursuing those interests.
LANSING | Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 will have a full-day kindergarten program for students this fall.
LANSING | A bit of friendly competition will be taking place Thursday and Friday between middle school students from both ends of town.
LANSING | Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 is considering reinstating full-day kindergarten for the coming school year.
BLOOM TOWNSHIP | Almost three years after hiring a new Sandridge Elementary School principal, Sandridge Elementary District 172 again is searching for a new school leader.
CALUMET CITY | Hoover-Schrum Elementary District 157 and Lincoln Elementary District 156 will be able to buy additional new technology for their schools this year thanks to a competitive federal grant.
CALUMET CITY | Neither of Hoover-Schrum Elementary District 157's two assistant principals will be returning to serve her school after the current school year ends.
CALUMET CITY | Hoover-Schrum Elementary District 157 is freezing salaries for administrators and nonunion personnel, laying off 16 teacher aides and three other support staff, and reducing its assistant principal positions to 10 months.
LANSING | A tax rate increase and the elimination of two staff positions will help Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 bring back extracurricular programs and activities in the fall.
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