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Joliet Central Class of 2017 Student Athletes Sign Letters of Intent

Twenty-five Joliet Central High School athletes from the Class of 2017 signed letters of intent to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level at a recent ceremony in the Joliet Central High School Student Center.

Romeoville High ranks top 12 percent most challenging schools in country

The Washington Post’s annual “America’s Most Challenging High Schools” rankings are based on what the well-respected media group terms “a simple ratio” of the number of Advanced Placement and Advanced International Certificate of Education tests taken by students divided by ...

Students raise money to protect African village water supply

A group of Plainfield South High School students raised $5,535 for something they might never see in a country they may never visit. PSHS seniors Alex Mayer, Unzila Manzoor, Citlalli Ruiz, Daniel Muncaster, Shannon Solomon, Olivia McGrath, Sarah Mullan, Alex ...

JJC hosting regional job fair

Job seekers are invited to attend the 18th annual Joliet Regional Job Fair on Wednesday, May 24 from 1 to 4 p.m. in the Event Center on Joliet Junior College Main Campus, 1215 Houbolt Road in Joliet. This event is ...

JTHS alumni invited to participate in Summer Concert

The Joliet Township High School Alumni Choir will host its summer performance at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 15, at Bicentennial Park Theatre, 201 Jefferson Street in Joliet. JTHS alumni who sang in choir at any time during high school ...

K-8 summer tennis camp slated at Bolingbrook High School

Bolingbrook High School has scheduled a summer tennis camp for youngsters in kindergarten through 8th grade. The camp will be held from 9:30 to 11 a.m. on May 30 and 31, as well as June 1, 2 and 5 at ...

Romeoville HS makes Washington Post’s “Most Challenging High Schools” list

Romeoville High School ranks among the top 12 percent “most challenging high schools” in the country according to a Washington Post report released late last week.

Plainfield students treat moms to spa day

As a crowd of moms waited in the lobby and lined the hallways, third grade students at Plainfield’s River View Elementary were busy putting the finishing touches on everything they’d need for a day at the spa.

Romeoville HS makes Washington Post’s “Most Challenging High Schools” list

Romeoville High School ranks among the top 12 percent “most challenging high schools” in the country according to a Washington Post report released late last week.

Rotary bestows Paul Harris Fellow recognition on VVSD’s Leroy Brown

Valley View School District 365U School Safety Coordinator Leroy Brown was named a Paul Harris Fellow recently at Rotary Club of Bolingbrook “Top Ten Percent” banquet. Established in 1957 by the Rotary Foundation of Rotary International, the Paul Harris Fellow ...

VVSD students earn ‘excellent’ rating at ISU Research Symposium

Three groups of Romeoville High School research students and two Brooks Middle School students who were 8th grade winners in the Valley View School District 365U STEM Fair attended annual Illinois State University High School Research Symposium. Each RHS team ...

Jane Addams team wins Scholastic Bowl regional title

Jane Addams Middle School’s Scholastic Bowl team continued its amazing season by winning an Illinois Elementary School Association Class AA regional at Humphrey Middle School Wednesday. The Mustangs (23-2) trimmed Richland 305-90 and Humphrey 315-100 in the preliminary rounds and ...

Lewis University breaks ground on new Student Center

Students are expected to enjoy a new student center in Fall 2018. The Lewis University community gathered April 25 to break ground on the Brother James Gaffney, FSC Student Center at its Romeoville campus. The 26,000 square-foot building is expected ...

Troy Schools ‘Coffee with the Superintendent’

Troy Community School District 30-C will host "Coffee with the Superintendent" on Thursday, May 11, 9-10 a.m. at the District Office, 5800 W. Theodore Street, Door 10, behind Troy Middle School.

High School YESS Mental Health Services grant

After learning that valuable mental health services for Joliet Township High School students were in jeopardy, Will County Center for Community Concerns Community Services Director Belithia Johnson knew something had to be done. Partnering with the District, Johnson received a ...