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Katlyn Smith

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Glen Ellyn art festival helps a great cause

Aug 23 2016 | 1:58 pm - The Glen Ellyn Festival of Arts, a two-day show and fundraiser for causes supported by the Lions Club, will return to Lake Ellyn this weekend.

Late, no-show buses trigger complaints in Glen Ellyn Dist. 41

Aug 23 2016 | 6:51 pm - Late and no-show buses marred the first day of school in Glen Ellyn District 41, but Superintendent Paul Gordon said the service was “significantly better” by Tuesday morning.

How new addition was ‘made for the future of Glenbard West’

Aug 20 2016 | 11:27 pm - When Glenbard West High School students start the school year Monday, they will begin taking science classes in a new addition and find stark differences in the main building, too.

District 41 at odds with some parents over approach to special needs

Aug 19 2016 | 6:00 am - Glen Ellyn Elementary District 41 officials say they’re working to improve their handling of students with special needs, but some parents say the district isn’t moving fast enough.

Meet Glen Ellyn District 89’s new superintendent

Aug 17 2016 | 2:08 pm - New Glen Ellyn Elementary District 89 Superintendent Emily Tammaru talks about her goals — and challenges — for the coming school year.

Bloomingdale District 13 teachers ratify contract

Aug 16 2016 | 4:53 pm - Bloomingdale Elementary District 13 teachers have ratified a proposed contract, union leaders said Tuesday.

Glen Ellyn OKs annexation of homes

Aug 16 2016 | 4:14 pm - The Enclaves of Glen Oak, a proposed subdivision of a dozen homes, will have a Glen Ellyn address.

Where DuPage districts stand after summer contract talks

Aug 15 2016 | 2:11 pm - Of six DuPage County school districts waging teacher contract talks during summer vacation, four were able to negotiate new agreements that either have been approved or are expected to be finalized soon. But with the 2016-2017 academic year looming,...

Big Idaho Potato Tour stops in Carol Stream

Aug 11 2016 | 7:15 pm - The pride of Idaho is no couch potato. This spud spends six months of the year on the open road as the star of a cross-country tour. It’s a Russet Burbank, and it must shine on its own. No gravy. No fixings. “It’s always...

Author book signing to raise funds for Glen Ellyn Children’s Resource Center

Aug 19 2016 | 7:33 pm - Proceeds from the signing of the latest installment in the Belden Boy series will go toward a nonprofit group that provides tutoring and mentoring for low-income families.

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