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  • Arlington Hts. Science Olympiad a place for kids to belong Jan 18, 2014 6:15 PM
    South Middle School students Patrick Shalton and Derek Prusener have one clear goal in mind for this year — making the Science Olympiad nationals. The 8th graders are co-captains of South’s Science Olympiad varsity team, which took third place in the state for the last three years. Only the top two in state make it to nationals, which this year will be in May in Florida.

     
  • Northwest suburban coach preached hard work and dedication Jan 16, 2014 2:11 PM
    Ted Wissen, a legendary coach who helped shape basketball and football programs at four different Northwest suburban high schools, has died. “Ted touched so many young lives in (Northwest Suburban High School) District 214,” said Bob Frisk, who covered high school sports for 50 years for the Daily Herald. “He truly played a huge role in the tremendous growth of high school sports in this area.”

     
  • District 25 names fund for former principal Dec 26, 2013 4:22 PM
    Arlington Heights Elementary District 25 has started a new fund in honor of a former principal Bernice Gliege that will collect money to help children in need. The district’s news release said it was “very fitting that Bernice, as an advocate for the disabled, a pioneer for women in education, and a proponent of reaching new heights with a love for helping others through the world of education, should be the namesake of District 25’s new ‘Bernice Gliege’s Angel Fund’ for children in need.”

     
  • Arlington Heights students give back to families in need Dec 12, 2013 6:04 PM
    Students and staff from Thomas Middle School in Arlington Heights collected money and gifts for the village’s Adopt-A-Family program over the past few weeks. Fundraising started mid-November and the presents and money were presented to the village this week, along with an additional $2,000 check Baird & Warner’s Northwest Suburban office in Arlington Heights.

     
  • Roselle Dist. 12 chief named new Arlington Hts. Dist. 25 superintendent Dec 6, 2013 3:19 PM
    The Arlington Heights Elementary District 25 school board has appointed Roselle Elementary District 12 Superintendent Lori Bein to be its superintendent beginning next summer. Bein will succeed retiring District 25 Superintendent Sarah Jerome on July 1. "I look forward to collaborating with the board, administration, teachers, staff, families and community members to continue to provide the best possible learning environment for our students,” Bein said.

     
  • District 25, union reach contract agreement Nov 21, 2013 11:30 PM
    After working without a contract since August, more than 400 teachers and support staff at Arlington Heights Elementary District 25 have a new contract.

     
  • The Soapbox Nov 16, 2013 5:00 AM
    From earthquakes to sports fashion, Daily Herald editors express have something witty to say about many topics of interest to the suburbs.

     
  • Arlington Heights District 25 soon to be debt free Nov 14, 2013 6:11 PM
    With the last of its debt to be paid off next month, property owners in Arlington Heights Elementary District 25 will receive a smaller tax bill from the school district next year, officials said. On Dec. 1 the district will make its last debt payment — about $5.3 million — on millions of dollars in loans going back decades.

     
  • Two local superintendents finalists for Dist. 25 top job Nov 13, 2013 6:09 PM
    Two area superintendents, Lori Bein from Roselle Elementary District 12 and Dane Delli from River Trails District 26, are finalists for the top job at Arlington Heights Elementary District 25. The school board is expected to announce its decision next week. “Whoever gets it is going to be very lucky because this is a really good job, a really good community and a really good school system,” said Mark Friedman, a consultant who has been overseeing the search effort.

     
  • Chinese cultural performance Friday in Arlington Heights Nov 6, 2013 3:01 PM
    To celebrate what they have learned in their Mandarin classes, students from three area school districts are coming together Friday for their first Chinese Student Cultural Performance. The 70-minute show will be 7 p.m. Nov. 8 in South Middle School’s Multi-Purpose Room, 400 S. Highland Ave., Arlington Heights.

     
  • Halloween fun fair another big success Nov 4, 2013 6:00 AM
    Letter to the editor: "Wheeling Township’s annual Halloween Fun Fair Make A Difference Day held on Saturday, Oct. 26 at Riley School was a fun-filled day for over 150 children with special needs and their families," write township Supervisor Michael Schroeder.

     
  • Arlington Heights students hear moving story from veteran Nov 4, 2013 8:00 PM
    When Alec Catherwood left for boot camp just four days after graduating high school in 2010, his father knew he would never see his son again. "I knew he wasn't coming home," said Kirk Catherwood, a veteran himself who graduated from Arlington High School and who returned to Arlington Hts. Monday to speak to middle school students.

     
  • Arlington Heights students enjoy school garden harvest Oct 31, 2013 12:36 PM
    The garden club at Thomas Middle School in Arlington Heights held its first harvest celebration this month to serve and taste the foods they spent the year growing. The event highlighted healthy and sustainable food that is easy for families to grow themselves, said school officials.

     
  • Westgate’s World’s Fair crowds discover ethnic food, culture Oct 29, 2013 1:19 PM
    More than 340 Arlington Heights students and their families recently celebrated the culture and cuisine of Chicago’s ethnic neighborhoods in Westgate’s World’s Fair 2013. “We were thrilled with the more than 340 people who attended our open house to learn about cultures from around the world that have settled in Chicago,” said Kelly Darby, a native of Frankfurt, Germany, and one of seven third-grade teachers at Westgate who organized the event.

     
  • Windsor School's 'farm to table' experience a hit Oct 14, 2013 1:57 PM
    For the third year, students at Windsor Elementary School in Arlington Heights tasted a little of the “farm-to-table” experience. Students planted seeds last winter, and last week enjoyed a homemade butternut squash soup. "it's a beautiful way to connect kids to the food they eat,” says Chef Tom Leavitt of White Oak Gourmet in Arlington Heights.

     
  • Lots of interest in Arlington Hts. superintendent post Oct 11, 2013 1:27 PM
    After getting feedback from nearly 800 people, Arlington Heights Elementary District 25 is getting ready to select a new superintendent. More than 40 people have applied so far to replace Superintendent Sarah Jerome after she retires in June.

     
  • Federal shutdown may stall District 25 contract negotiations Oct 8, 2013 6:18 PM
    Teachers in Arlington Heights Elementary District 25 have been working without a contract since school started in August, but the federal shutdown is now threatening to drag negotiations out even longer.

     
  • District 25 starting gifted program transition Sep 20, 2013 11:57 AM
    Arlington Heights Elementary District 25 school board members discussed the changes to the district's gifted education program at the Thursday night meeting as a year full of transition and training gets under way.

     
  • District 25 changes lunch menu to make healthy eating more appetizing Sep 3, 2013 5:31 PM
    While new federal mandates are making school lunches healthier, Arlington Heights Elementary District 25 has had to tweak its menu to make sure students will actually eat the food. Last year District 25 saw a 7 percent decline in the amount of lunches bought at the district’s nine schools, said Food Services Director Coletta Hines-Newell.

     
  • Arlington Hts. Dist. 25 launches superintendent search Aug 27, 2013 5:43 PM
    Arlington Heights Elementary District 25 is moving quickly with its search for a new superintendent as officials plan to have someone hired by the end of 2013. But first, the school board will be polling parents, teachers and community membersto identify important characteristics for the next superintendent.

     
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