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  • Bloomingdale homes school boundary swap denied May 1, 2012 12:00 AM
    Two subdivisions of 25 homes in Bloomingdale will remain within the school district boundaries of Glenbard High School District 87 and Marquardt Elementary District 15, even though residents there sought to detach their properties and annex into two other nearby school districts.

     
  • Lake Park High School's Lancettes dance team performs live Monday on ABC 7's morning news show. The team is competing against other suburban dance squads in the “Dance Team Dance-off.” Viewers can vote Thursday and the winning team will be announced Friday.

    Hundreds support Lake Park dancers in ABC 7 contestNov 14, 2011 12:00 AM
    Lake Park High School's Lancettes dance team members are already state champions, but on Monday they competed for another honor. The team performed live on ABC 7 Chicago during an early morning pep rally, competing against three other suburban squads chosen for the "Dance Team Dance-off."

     
  • Lake Park: test scores just ‘a snapshot’ Nov 14, 2011 12:00 AM
    As was the case for many other Illinois school districts, Lake Park High School District 108 did not meet state improvement standards this year. The district failed to make progress under the federal No Child Left Behind Act, but Lake Park officials say the mandate is “a single snapshot” based on the Prairie State Achievement Exam, which is taken by a different group of juniors each spring, and fails to track cumulative achievements.

     
  • Lake Park High School's 2011 Freshman A and B teams practice together and players rotate throughout the season. This fall, the B team was not only undefeated but unscored upon.

    Lake Park freshman football team posts all-shutout season Nov 4, 2011 12:00 AM
    An undefeated football season? That wasn't enough for the Freshman B team at Lake Park High School in Roselle. The squad didn't even allow a single point. Even their tie game was a 0-0 score. “I wish I could tell you (how they did it), because if I could, I'd bottle it," volunteer football assistant Dean Bladel said.

     
  •  Members of the Lake Park High School Lancettes will perform Nov. 14 on ABC 7 Chicago as part of the “Dance Team Dance-off.”

    Lake Park Lancettes to compete on ABC ‘Dance-off’ Nov 3, 2011 12:00 AM
    Lake Park High School's Lancettes dance team members are already state champions, but now they need your help to win another honor. The team will performe live on ABC 7 Chicago at 6:45 a.m. Nov. 14, competing against three other suburban squads chosen for the "Dance Team Dance-off."

     
  • The 39th annual Ryder Cup tournament will completely close Medinah Road for a week when it comes to Medinah County Club in September 2012, but schools in Medinah District 11 vow to remain open as much as possible.

    Medinah Dist. 11 to work around Ryder Cup closures Sep 26, 2011 12:00 AM
    Officials in Medinah Elementary District 11 are working to keep their schools open as much as possible during the the 39th Ryder Cup golf tournament next September at nearby Medinah Country Club.

     
  •  Waubonsie Valley High School performs Saturday during the 33rd annual Lancer Joust Marching Band Competition at the Lake Park High School West campus.

    Marching bands mix it up at Lake Park’s annual Joust Sep 10, 2011 12:00 AM
    Lake Park High School hosted its 33rd annual Lancer Joust marching band competition Saturday at the school's west campus. About 25 bands representing high schools from Wisconsin and Illinois performed in the daylong event.

     
  •  Ken Black of Roselle walks down the hall with Joey Sandoval, 12, at Trinity Lutheran Church in Roselle, where Joey is enrolled in summer camp. Joey’s mentor, Black, started the Adults Involved in Mentoring Students while working with the senior ministry at the church nine years ago. AIMS now serves students in five elementary districts, Lake Park High School District 108 and Trinity Lutheran School.

    Roselle mentor makes a difference in students’ lives Jul 11, 2011 12:00 AM
    Nine years ago, Ken Black of Roselle started the mentoring program that serves Lake Park High School and its feeder districts. The program matches students who need some extra attention with adult mentors, who meet with them weekly. Now he's ready to turn over the reins of the program.

     
  • Omar Almasri

    2010-2011 DuPage County Academic TeamJun 3, 2011 12:00 AM
    It's a good way to wrap up the school year -- 24 high schools in DuPage County submitted 42 nominations for the 2010-11 Daily Herald Academic Team. Meet the 10 best.

     
  • Kirstie McHugh

    Rose Queen pageant draws 12 to compete for crown, scholarship May 18, 2011 12:00 AM
    Twelve area teens will compete for the crown during the annual Rose Queen pageant at 7 p.m. Friday, May 20, at Lake Park High School in Roselle.

     
  •  The 39th Ryder Cup will come to Medinah Country Club Sept. 25-30, 2012, and Lake Park High School will close that week. The last event of this scale at Medinah came in 2006 during the 88th PGA Championship.

    Lake Park to close for Ryder Cup in '12 Apr 29, 2011 12:00 AM
    Lake Park High School will close for one week in September 2012 when the 39th Ryder Cup comes to the Medinah Country Club, due to traffic and security concerns. School officials say they are adjusting the school calendar so students don't lose classroom time.

     
  • Lake Park teacher says goodbye with ‘Guys and Dolls’ Apr 28, 2011 12:00 AM
    Lake Park High School presents "Guys and Dolls" this weekend, marking the last production for retiring vocal director Mary Gibson. A reception in her honor follows the final curtain May 1.

     
  •  The team from Jacobs High School competes Saturday during the Midwest Color Guard Circuit Contest at Lake Park High School’s West Campus in Roselle.

    Color guard teams show talent, dedication at Lake Park High Mar 26, 2011 12:00 AM
    Blending dance, gymnastics, energy and team choreography, 24 teams converged Saturday on Lake Park High School’s West Campus for the Midwest Color Guard Circuit Contest.

     
  • DuPage County briefsOct 4, 2010 12:00 AM
    pen auditions are being held for a new theater company in West Chicago. Plans call for an initial season of two plays and one musical. Informational meetings along with the auditions are set for 7 p.m. tonight at Gallery 200/STUDIO, 203 Turner Court.

     
  • Lake Park High School's Joust Marching Band Competition returns to the school's West Campus on Saturday, Sept. 11, to showcase more than 20 bands from throughout the Midwest.

    Lancer Joust to feature largest-ever Lake Park bandSep 9, 2010 12:00 AM
    Lake Park High School now has its largest band ever at 180 musicians, creating a few more reasons to look forward to the annual Joust Marching Band Competition.

     
  • Lake Park High School spokeswoman Jennifer Jungel, left, helps freshmen Rachael Hansen and Michelle Park get to their classrooms Monday during the first day of classes in Roselle.

    Lake Park unveils new schedule on first day of schoolAug 17, 2010 12:00 AM
    Freshmen weren't the only ones challenged to find their bearings Monday, as students started their first day of classes at Lake Park High School in Roselle.

     
  • Lynne Panega is the new superintendent for Lake Park High School District 108 in Roselle.

    New superintendent says Lake Park must 'nurture what we have'Jul 26, 2010 12:00 AM
    Even while students are still working summer jobs, hanging out at the pool and sleeping late, Lynne Panega is gearing up for the 2010-11 school year.

     
  • Claire Adachi

    Lake Park appoints new board memberJul 20, 2010 12:00 AM
    Officials in Lake Park High School District 108 on Monday appointed a 20-year teaching veteran to fill a vacant seat on its board of education.

     
  • $216,000: Amount District 200 paid Richard Drury to disappear for last 34 months of his contract.

    Schools spending your tax dollars to cover the cost of personnel mistakesJul 11, 2010 12:00 AM
    A series of abrupt superintendent resignations over the past year have pitted taxpayers against school officials in a battle between the right to privacy and the right to answers.

     
  • Time to gag all school chief secrecyJul 11, 2010 12:00 AM
    Palatine Township Elementary District 15's taxpayers are on the hook to pay former Superintendent Dan Lukich $185,000 in return for no work by him next year, unless he happens to get a full-time administrator position with another district.

     
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