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It Is Earth Month

The age of the children was only four. A group of them came running and laughing out the door. They jumped and skipped upon the ground And checked out everything around. They stopped to look at all the trees And dodged and darted away from bees. They looked up at different birds on high And […]

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District 65 Superintendent Devon Horton Proposes New School Board Committee Structure to Provide More Transparency

At the District 65 School Board Policy Committee meeting on April 12, Superintendent Devon Horton proposed a new School Board committee structure that would provide more transparency and afford the public the right to observe deliberations of members of the School Board with administrators on some key aspects of the District’s business. Dr. Horton proposed […]

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ETHS to Begin Hybrid Instruction on April 14

 At the April 12 District 202 Board meeting, Peter Bavis, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, described the Evanston Township High School hybrid learning plan that will go in effect on April 14. In this new instructional mode, teachers will simultaneously instruct virtually and in-person. Students who opted for in-person learning are split into four […]

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Campaign Financing Information for First and Fourth Ward Aldermanic Races

Two more aldermanic contests have filed March quarter campaign disclosure reports with the Illinois State Board of Elections: the First and Fourth Wards. Campaign committees are required to file a quarterly report by April 15. In the First Ward aldermanic contest, campaign filings show challenger Clare Kelly raised twice as much money as incumbent Alderman […]

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Sixth Ward Incumbent Suffredin Outspends Challenger Trippi in Aldermanic Election

The deadline for filing quarterly campaign finance reports with the Illinois State Board of Elections is a few days away, but several candidates have already filed, including Sixth Ward aldermanic candidates Thomas Suffredin and Katie Trippi.   Incumbent Ald. Suffredin raised twice as much money as Ms. Trippi, the challenger, and outspent her campaign by a […]