At a specially called School Board meeting Tuesday, Hinsdale High School District 86 officials will consider putting two advisory referendums on the ballot in November.
Aug. 11 8 p.m. |
Even without treats, Andrew Krichbaum’s two- and four-legged customers are happy to walk in the door of Pet Necessities in Western Springs.
Aug. 11 4:36 p.m. |
I am a teacher who retired from Hinsdale High School District 86 after 34 years of service and one who has no personal stake in the current situation.
A creamsicle is a popsicle on the outside with ice cream on the inside.
From the Community
Aug. 11 4:01 p.m. |
Having witnessed the Hinsdale High School District 86 teacher negotiations climax this summer, I can’t stand by any longer.
From the Community
Beer enthusiasts can enjoy delicious samples from Midwestern craft brewing giant Great Lakes Brewing Company and enter to win exciting raffle prizes at Standard Market’s two-day beer tasting extravaganza.
Things To Do
At least 25 full- and part-time positions are expected to be filled following a job fair at the La Grange Theatre, which begins at 9 a.m. at 80 S. La Grange Road.
Aug. 11 2:15 p.m. |
It’s August, and for many families in this area that means getting ready to head back to school soon. We at Flagg Creek Heritage Society thought it might be fun to look back to an August past to see how different preparation for the year was compared to today.
It is right that the Hinsdale High School District 86 Board and Hinsdale High School Teachers Association are engaged in a spirited discussion about what is needed to continue the tradition of excellence at Hinsdale South/Central. There are differences — that is fine, but some differences clearly are not right.
As a trainer of kids and teenagers, I can make a strong case that teenage girls desperately need strength training more so than teenage boys. Why do I believe teenage girls need strength training more so than teenage boys? For several reasons...