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Posted inSchools

District 202 Board Elects Officers, Recognizes Retirees

The District 202 Board on May 3 elected its previous year’s officers to another term: Pat Savage-Williams, President; Monique Parsons, Vice President; Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction Pete Bavis, Secretary; and Chief Financial Officer Mary Rodino, Treasurer. The Evanston Township High School student body elected Barbara Tomaradze as the new Student Board representative and […]

Posted inCity News

Firmer Discussions About an Oakton Community College Satellite in Evanston

The City of Evanston and Oakton Community College are discussing the possibility of building an Oakton satellite campus in Evanston. In order to ensure the satellite would meet all the needs of Evanston residents, representatives from Oakton have spoken with members of the community as well as to administrators at Evanston Township High School (ETHS), […]

Posted inSchools

District 65’s General Plan for the 2021-22 School Year, Detailed Plan to Be Presented in May

At the April 26 School Board meeting, District 65 administrators laid out the broad parameters of a plan to provide all students an opportunity to attend school for in-person learning in the 2021-2022 school year, and to provide an option for remote learning. LaTarsha Green, Deputy Superintendent, provided a written report to the Board which […]