Spring Brook Elementary School teacher Heidi Provost goes the extra mile for her students — even before the first day of school.
Aug. 23 5:15 p.m. |
Who says print is dead? Four-year-old Harrison Wells sure doesn’t think so. When his mom, Susana, showed him an article about his dad in The Naperville Sun, he was so excited that she snapped this picture of him holding the paper.
Becky Pundy and Heather Kobzarev know firsthand the stress of having children with special needs. The Lisle moms both have young children whose struggles take up a large chunk of their time.
Aug. 20 12:02 p.m. |
Zoe Koz, 10, of Plainfield, epitomizes a fifth-grader in almost every way — except that she happens to be the physical size of an average first-grader.
School might be out for summer, but Peggy Kiefer made the world her classroom.
Aug. 17 6:06 p.m. |
Naperville resident and businessman Robert Seidl, 59, recently was named to the 360 Youth Services Board of Directors.
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Aug. 17 9 a.m. |
Mother Nature brought rain and chilly temperatures on Tuesday, but Naperville mom Kristen Kucharski didn’t let that dampen her annual Survivor Game challenge.
How do you teach children about creation? This summer, at DuPage Unitarian Universalist Church in Naperville, they learned by observing.
Although Pat Papini has lived in Naperville for more than two decades, she didn’t get around to joining the Naperville Newcomers and Neighbors Club until two years ago.
Linda Erickson is used to other cultures. The Warrenville resident and nurse spent 20 years living in Bolivia with her husband. Africa, however, was something new.