Wood Dale-based Frank Cooney Co. is working with Naperville School District 203 to create classrooms that will help prepare students for an ever-changing workplace. Prairie Elementary is one of the schools in Naperville District 203 called on to test what might become the elementary classroom of the future throughout the district.
Oct. 20 6 a.m. |
City staff support the proposal for a five-story residence hall on the south end of campus that would have room for 229 students. The Planning and Zoning Commission likes the plan too. City Council members will consider it Tuesday, along with numerous other matters.
School districts say special education and bilingual education positions were among the hardest to fill, along with speech therapists, school psychologists and social workers
Oct. 19 8 a.m. |
Indian Prairie School Board members say the District 204 could save taxpayers money if more residency fraud cases are found
Oct. 17 3:15 p.m. |
The Wildcats are taking part in “Celebrate My Drive,” a State Farm national contest created to heighten awareness about safe driving.
Indian Prarie School District 204 approves a resolution opposing School Funding Reform Act of 2014
Oct. 16 4:10 p.m. |
Four local students were named semifinalists in the 2015 National Achievement Scholarship Program. Three local students were named recipients in the College Board’s National Hispanic Recognition Program.
Oct. 15 11:02 a.m. |
Neuqua Valley High School senior Liam Byrnes has been selected a member of the 2015 U.S. Army All-American Marching Band.
Highlands Elementary School is hosting its infant and child resale event Oct. 15 and 16 at Grace United Methodist Church, 300 E. Gartner, Naperville.
Oct. 13 8:34 a.m. |