Triton College is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a series of events including a friendly competition between athletes and alumni.
July 25 4:45 p.m. |
Following a year of high-profile national concerns about individual privacy, some Oak Park Elementary District 97 parents are concerned about their children’s privacy when using district-issued iPad Minis.
Area high school students took a crash course in the negatives and positives of how the nation’s food is grown and ways to improve the process.
July 18 5:20 p.m. |
A group of about 30 parents at Horace Mann and William Beye elementary schools, led by Mann parent Keith Bullock, are asking Oak Park Elementary District 97 to assign full-time licensed nurses to their schools.
The event, to be held on July 20 on the university’s quad at 7900 W. Division St., will be a who’s who of green-friendly organizations around Oak Park, River Forest, Elmwood Park and Forest Park
A new ethics class caught on big at Triton College, so much so that students have formed a team that won big in their first competition.
July 15 12:06 p.m. |
If his scholarship to study music at Harvard doesn’t work out, Jonah Philion always could perform on the streets of Naples, Florida.
Area youth will have no excuse for being bored the summer because Triton College has education and athletic camps available that cater to them.
July 9 10:37 a.m. |
Oak Park and River Forest District 200 currently has an agreement with the village and neighbors that allows the school to light its football stadium for a maximum of 60 nights over the course of 10 weeks in the spring and 10 weeks during the fall season.
July 9 9 a.m. |
Healy’s Westside, 7321 W. Madison St. in Forest Park, will host a fundraiser from 5-8 p.m. Wednesday benefiting Backpacks 4 Class. Admission is $15 per person or $5 per person for those donating a bag of new school supplies