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St. Viator choir director brings faith to music

At a Catholic high school, it's easy to perform sacred music at a choir concert. Public schools, too, often perform sacred music. Good thing.

Reading for fun, a student takes no prisoners

How do you read "for fun," enjoyment, pleasure? Do you devour books? Or do you moan and groan every time you get an assignment to read?

Naperville senior would rather shoot than toot

2 HSs, one in Md., one in IL, are off to a great start in girls' basketball. Sometimes it's senior leadership. Other times, it's underclassmen who drive the intensity.

Antioch math fair brings new life to the subject

A math fair in far north-suburban IL makes math fun for elementary students & helps high schoolers develop communication & project building skills.

West Chicago science teacher interns at Fermilab

A summer internship gives teachers of science a great professional development opportunity, which explains how some teachers spend their summers.

Parents, Poundstone want screen safety laws

Some parents and one famous comedian want Maryland legislators to enact screen safety laws because students are nearsighted and use computers a lot.

Preparation key to double soccer state title

Both the girls' and boys' soccer teams at Urbana HS in Ijamsville, Md., brought back a state title this year in soccer, a rare feat.

Girls in Belvidere sure know how to build a motor

Some high school competitions actually involve more traditional life skills, like how to fix your car when it breaks down.

Hogan speaks to Jewish middle schoolers

The Md. governor visited a Jewish middle school just outside Washington, telling kids to persevere in their goals, despite hate crimes and other obstacles.

Broken Arrow students work football’s big screen

The students at Broken Arrow HS in Oklahoma were running the video production studio during football season this fall, a tribute to students and staff.