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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.
Back to School
New Trier High School offers options such as e-books and used books to keep costs reasonable.
Obituaries, Local Connections
When Neil Armstrong became first person to walk on moon, a Lake Forest resident was his backup. They were friends for 50 years.
What will happen to Elmwood Beach? Wilmette's Municipal Services Committee will discuss plans for the beach at its next meeting in September.
Government, Business, The Neighborhood Files, Awareness
A special legislative session in Springfield last week made no progress. Here, Patch rounds up reactions from local politicians and residents.
The district could bring back Ouilmette Foundation to help local families in need.
Local Connections, Summer
Want to know what streets to avoid? We've got a map and list of roadwork projects underway in the area this summer.
Saturday night's prom returns to the Hyatt Regency downtown with an uptick in attendance, as school takes safety precautions.
WNBA franchise plans to play an exhibition game at Gates Gym to please fans and enhance its brand.
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