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updated: 8/21/2014 5:30 PM

Classes resume in High School District 211

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  • Kurt Tenopir, the new principal at Fremd High School, welcomes sophomore student Karla Carmona Navarrete on the first day of school.

      Kurt Tenopir, the new principal at Fremd High School, welcomes sophomore student Karla Carmona Navarrete on the first day of school.
    Submitted by District 211

  • Schaumburg High School freshman Alec Greenhold started the new school year with two thumbs up as he enters next to sophomores Michael and Austin Anzelmo.

      Schaumburg High School freshman Alec Greenhold started the new school year with two thumbs up as he enters next to sophomores Michael and Austin Anzelmo.
    Submitted by District 211

  • New Conant High School Principal Julie Nowak greeted students as they arrived on the first day of school. She introduced herself as the new principal and discussed student schedules in the school's new main office area.

      New Conant High School Principal Julie Nowak greeted students as they arrived on the first day of school. She introduced herself as the new principal and discussed student schedules in the school's new main office area.
    Submitted by District 211

 
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Classes resumed Thursday after summer break in Palatine-Schaumburg Township High School District 211, the largest high school district in the state.

The district's schools include Conant and Hoffman Estates high schools in Hoffman Estates, Fremd and Palatine high schools in Palatine and Schaumburg High School in Schaumburg.

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