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Joliet Unity Movement selects 2020 scholarship awardees

The Joliet Unity Movement recently announced the recipients of the 2020 Loretta Westbrooks Scholarship awards. Daisa Norris, a sophomore at Dominican University, and Bolingbrook High School Senior KeAsha Smith were awarded $1,000. Each submission was carefully reviewed on the topic ...

JJC moves to primarily virtual services, campuses closed

JJC President Dr. Judy Mitchell announced recently the college will further limit campus activity to slow the spread of COVID-19 amid growing positivity rates throughout Will County.

Shorewood-Troy Public Library moves to lobby Grab-N-Go pick up

As our state works together to reduce COVID transmission, the library is doing our part to help our community under the recently announced Tier 3 mitigation efforts. Effective Saturday, November 21, 2020, Shorewood-Troy Public Library will be open by appointment ...

Foundation grant lets HS juniors broaden learning experience

District 202 high school juniors once again have the chance to broaden their academic horizons with the help of a special grant to help pay for a summer extended learning experience –whether in person, or virtually. The Plainfield Foundation for ...

Girl Scouts open Micro Food Pantry in Romeoville

thetimesweekly.com On November 12, the Village of Romeoville added another food pantry option for residents, courtesy of Girl Scout Troop 71503. The micro pantry is located inside the Romeoville branch of the White Oak Library (201 W. Normantown Road) near ...

USF preparing for first-ever virtual Caritas Scholarship Ball, January 30

For over sixty years, the annual Caritas Ball has served as the University of St. Francis’ primary fundraiser for student scholarships. While the COVID-19 pandemic has challenged the planning of large events for many organizations, USF has successfully pivoted and ...

School Dist. 202 extends pause to in-person learning; delay to start of basketball season

District 202 is extending its “adaptive pause” indefinitely and will not return more students to in-person learning until COVID-19 metrics improve. District officials will continue to assess COVID-19 metrics and guidance from the Will County Health Department. As well, District ...

District 202 continues pause of returning students to in-person learning

Plainfield Community Consolidated School District 202 is extending its "adaptive pause” indefinitely and will not return more students to in-person learning until COVID-19 metrics improve. District officials will continue to assess COVID-19 metrics and guidance from the Will County Health ...

Superintendent Rachel Kinder pause extended for return of Pre-Kindergarten-5th Grade Students

With our sights set on the return of additional students to in-person learning, we remain vigilant in monitoring the community health metrics related to COVID-19. Currently, Region 7, Will County, and immediate community ZIP Code data trends continue to increase ...

Troy 30-C pushes back full hybrid transition

To allow for a 14-day COVID-19 quarantine period after Christmas break, the Troy Community School District 30-C school board moved the start date of its Stage 4 Return to Full Hybrid Education from Jan. 11 to Jan. 20.

First day back to in-person learning

About 300 District 202 multi-needs special education students returned to in-person learning on October 26, 2020.

Joliet School District 86 while in COVID remote learning, honors Students of the Month

The following Joliet Public Schools District 86 students were named Students of the Month for September. Edna Keith Elementary Trileah Ball, Angel Cotto-Taylor, Allison Flores, Jovonne Hooks, Jayden Hull, Aaliyah Iscandari, Bentley Northern, Ariana Morales, Paisley Schuld, Alyssa Simmons, Andres ...

District 202 latest school district to put the brakes on in-class learning

Students across Will County and throughout Illinois have been kept out of their classrooms for various lengths of time since the Coronavirus pandemic hit in March. All of them shut down for the remainder of the last school year at ...

Teaching and learning in a pandemic

TJ Laptop pick up Thomas Jefferson Elementary School music teacher James Anderson waves to a student during laptop pick up on Thursday, October 15, 2020. The district this week gave laptops to pre-kindergarten through third grade students for remote learning.

District 86 to continue remote learning into the new year

Joliet Public Schools District 86 students will continue learning remotely from home until at least the middle of January, district officials said earlier this week. Meanwhile Valley View School District 365U students will soon transition to more in-person learning in ...

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