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Police & Fire, Schools
The police investigation began last month. The male students are being charged as juveniles and police are not releasing their names.
The following is a selection of police-related items reported in area Patches recently. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
Rick Hahn has been promoted from assistant general manager to general manager. The Winnetka native replaces Ken Williams, who was elevated to the position of executive vice president of the club.
More than half the teachers at New Trier make a six-figure salary. Fifteen administrators do as well.
Students learn cooking and nutrition in the school's state-of-the-art kitchen. A new, third course would allow New Trier High School to offer a three-year culinary experience for students.
Patch built readers a database to look up teacher and administrator salaries for the 2010-11 school year using information from the Illinois State Board of Education.
The comedy show is the school’s only performance produced almost entirely without adult assistance.
Schools, Local Connections
"Bullied" author Carrie Goldman joins local Girl Scout Leaders in a discussion on bullying prevention.
Three young locals were granted the scholarships.
One suburban school district decided to ban Halloween, citing religious and economic concerns. Should others follow suit?
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