A self-defense class at an IL h.s. will help to prepare juniors and seniors for their 1st year away at college, a dangerous time.
The S.A.D.D. Club at Richards is hosting Spirit Week, incl. Tuesday’s Pajama Day. The theme this year is anti-bullying.
CTE Month brings up controversies—from working conditions in Central America to US politics—but kids wear colorful bracelets.
Sexual assault stats are bad in US high schools, and high school girls are even less likely to report it than older women.
Even in states with medical marijuana use approved, students still can’t take those prescriptions to school. An IL judge stepped in.
About 10% of Illinois’s seniors have been named state scholars by the Illinois Student Assistance Commission, based on test scores.
Karen Lewis’s obituary was published online briefly due to an error in the publishing system at the Sun-Times.
Illinoisans can apply for a new tax credit when they donate up to $1 mil to private school scholarships; the change has its critics.
Students at northwest-suburban high schools would probably agree: students should use bathrooms based on gender identity.
A new law in IL will make tampons and pads available to 6th through 12th graders in the bathrooms of their schools. Good idea!