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<p>David&nbsp;Letterman, host of the &ldquo;Late Show with&nbsp;David&nbsp;Letterman,&rdquo; is seated at his desk in New York.&nbsp;Letterman&nbsp;has announced that he will retire in 2015 when his contract expires. &nbsp;| &nbsp;AP Photo/CBS, Jeffrey R. Staab</p>

Naperville students to appear on Letterman

Birkett was principal of Neuqua Valley High School when it opened in 1997. | Sun-Times Media File

8-20-97 Opening of Nequa Valley HS...here is the principal-Kathy Birkett....photo by al podgorski/cst neg # 97-08-384

Birkett reflects on years with District 204

This fall will be the first time since Kathryn Birkett was 5 years old that she will not step foot inside a school.

Tori Penton, a sophomore marketing student at Naperville North, eats a Big "G" Burger members of her class created for Tom & Eddie's 2014 Burger Challenge on Wednesday, May 14, 2014. The burger topped with garlic aioli sauce, Swiss cheese, a tomato, haystack onions and fries is available through May 28 at the Naperville location.  |  Suzanne Baker ~ Sun-Times Media

Naperville North students compete in burger wars

The Big “G” Burger team can notch a big W in their column, and so can the special needs program at Naperville North and the Make-a-Wish Foundation.

University of Illinois Chancellor Phyllis Wise and Alexander Senetar at the Senior 100 awards ceremony on May 8.  |  Submitted

Academic Spotlight: Benet grad earns Senior 100 award from U of I

In a graduating class of about 8,000 students, it might be hard to stand out. But that wasn’t the case for Naperville resident and 2014 University of Illinois graduate Alexander...

U.S. Senator Dick Durbin (D-IL) spoke Friday during a roundtable discussion with students, alumni and staff at North Central College regarding new legislation he sponsored last week. It would allow student loan holders to lower their interest rate by refinancing their loans.  |  Bill Bird~For Sun-Times Media

Durbin explains student loan plan with NCC students

On Friday, U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin visited North Central College in Naperville to discuss proposed legislation that would give students a chance to drastically reduce the interest...

<p>Naperville North students Graham Novak, Patrick Miga and Sagarika Jetley show off their home design for the sixth annual International Mock Firms competition in Chicago. | Suzanne Baker ~ Sun-Times&nbsp;Media</p>

Naperville North would-be architects earn top honors

The sky’s the limits for aspiring architects from Naperville North High School who earned top honors at the sixth annual International Mock Firms competition held earlier this...

<p>Outstanding faculty members (front row, from left) Denise Cote,<a title="Carol Carlson-Nofsinger Named Outstanding Part-Time Faculty" href="http://www.cod.edu/news-events/news/14_may/14_carlsonnofsinger.aspx" target="_blank">Carol Carlson-Nofsinger</a>&nbsp;(Overall Outstanding Part-Time Faculty),&nbsp;<a title="Lubna Haque" href="http://www.cod.edu/news-events/news/14_may/14_lubnahaque.aspx" target="_blank">Lubna Haque</a>&nbsp;(Overall Outstanding Full-Time Faculty), Susan Brodie; (back row) Sharon Roschay, Erich Hauenstein, Tom Montgomery Fate, Amelia Barrett, Sonny Smith. &nbsp;| &nbsp;Photo by Press Photography Network/Special to College of DuPage</p>

College of DuPage names Outstanding Faculty Members of the Year

College of DuPage has named its Outstanding Divisional Faculty members for 2013-2-14.

<p>David&nbsp;Letterman, host of the &ldquo;Late Show with&nbsp;David&nbsp;Letterman,&rdquo; is seated at his desk in New York.&nbsp;Letterman&nbsp;has announced that he will retire in 2015 when his contract expires. &nbsp;| &nbsp;AP Photo/CBS, Jeffrey R. Staab</p>

Naperville students to appear on 'Late Show' with David Letterman

Five students from Naperville School District 203 will travel to New York City for a chance to appear on the "Late show" with David Letterman.

The MakerBot 3-D printer creates a miniature Empire State Building on Friday, May 9, 2014, at Crone Middle School in Naperville. The building was designed by one of the STEAM Team students who are all learning how to use the new printer 3-D printer purchased from a grant from Caterpillar.  |  Suzanne Baker ~ Sun-Times Media

Naperville kids tinker with 3-D technology

It’s one thing to get technology, it’s another to see the possibilities that can be achieved.

<p>Principal Susan Stuckey stretches the ribbon in front of the school sculpture before the dedication ceremony in 2011 at Highlands Elementary School. Stuckey lost her battle with cancer Jan. 8 at age 50. | Jane Donahue/For Sun-Times Media</p>

Former principal Susan Stuckey to be honored at Highlands school walk

Highlands School Invites the community for a Week of Kindness and a 1.5 mile walk in honor of former principal, Susan Stuckey.

<p>Courtesy of Illinois Prairie School District 204.</p>

Indian Prairie District 204 launches iPhone app

Indian Prairie School District 204 has launched an iPhone app that will allow users to check information including grades and lunch menus.

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