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District 205 defends decision to change policy on class rank, titles

January 12, 2018 by Jessie Molloy, Freelance Reporter News, School

The Lockport Township High School District 205 administration is facing backlash from some parents over its recent decision to change its policy regarding class ranks and the awarding of valedictorian and salutatorian titles. 


Year in Review: Provi begins new construction

by Submitted by Providence Catholic High School News, School

Providence Catholic High School, in a spirited pursuit of excellence as a college-preparatory school, provides rigorous programs at all levels in academics, arts, athletics, along with extensive extracurricular activities.  We provide...

Year in Review: Facility updates highlight 2017 for D205

by Todd Wernet, D205 Superintendent News, School

Hello, District 205 residents! 2017 was an exciting time at our district with both East and Central Campus facilities being updated, the new curricular course offerings and our recognition as a top United States high school by The...

Public voices concerns over superintendent’s contract not being renewed

by Megann Horstead, Freelance Reporter News, School

Dozens flocked to a meeting of the Will County School District 92 School Board Dec. 19, with word spreading of a recent statement sent to district staff communicating the decision not to renew Superintendent Peter Sullivan’s contract...