Teams that finish a regular football season in IL undefeated have something to be proud of. But then, it’s on to the playoffs.
Does tech improve learning? Or is it just the first step of many? Students and teachers may see the question differently.
Volleyball teams in the US, including the championship-quality team at Davies HS in N.D., are raising breast cancer awareness.
2 central IL football teams look strong and are sure to qualify for the playoffs, given strong support from their schools.
The Lancers of Linganore HS (Frederick, Md.) beat a talented Edgewood team, despite a D1 recruit on the other side of the ball.
As school years get into swing, students start looking for clubs to join. Students at Niles West HS have some suggestions.
Eisenhower HS in Blue Island, IL, named its 1st-ever female athletic director, who vows not to let her gender stop her from her goals.
Safety is on students’ minds, but we can’t let those who threaten schools because of mental illness stop us from helping others.
Today, this week, and this month celebrate good writing and poetry in many forms, from songs, to books, to greeting cards.
Would it make schools safer or friendlier places to learn if there were an armed police officer (SRO) in every school?