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A number of special activities are planned throughout the year and former students are invited to participate.
The District 41 will hire a firm to conduct a search for a new superintendent after Ann Riebock retires at the end of the school year.
Government, Schools, Sports
Opposition from village officials and residents led the owner of the Tap House Grill to withdraw his request for a special events liquor license. Some community members were concerned the tailgating events would unintentionally promote underage drinking.
Police & Fire, Schools
College of DuPage officials have announced plans to deal with approximately $2.1 million of past-due tuition and fees that are the result of financial aid fraud.
Back to School
A ribbon cutting will be held at 7 p.m. Friday night at Glenbard South.
David Larson has been at the helm at Glenbard District 87 since July.
A number of students at the College of DuPage are accused of enrolling in enough online classes to qualify for financial aid and then dropping classes to get a refund.
The class of 2012 scored ahead of the state average when taking the ACT college entrance exam.
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During its meeting Monday night board member discussed pursuing a school funding referendum.
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