CHAMPAIGN — The Champaign school district will host informational forums and open houses to inform parents about the schools of choice registration process.
Registration is open from Jan. 2 through March 31 next year. Children must be age 5 on or before Sept. 1, 2014, to register for kindergarten.
CHAMPAIGN — If you'd like to be heard before the Champaign school board chooses a site for the new Central High School, tonight is your last chance.
DANVILLE — The school board next week will vote on whether to adopt a proposed 2013 tax levy for the Danville school district.
The Danville School Board will meet at 6:30 p.m on Wednesday at the Jackson Building, 516 N. Jackson St., Danville. A copy of the agenda is available online at http://bit.ly/18otrRl.
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CHAMPAIGN — On a dry erase white board in her room, Ellie Walker has been tracking her future.
Among the list of critical dates the Central High School senior has jotted down on her board: Dec. 13.
CHAMPAIGN — Krannert Art Museum's WAM — Week at the Museum — for elementary school children is here to stay, says museum director Kathleen Harleman,
The museum this week received a boost to expand KAM-WAM, as it's called, in the form of a $20,000 grant from the Lumpkin Family Foundation, a private foundation created in 1953 from the estate of Besse A. Lumpkin of Mattoon.
School board confirms request for tax increase will wait till fall, defines its search criteria
CHAMPAIGN — After years of debate, the site selection for a new Central High School will take place Monday night.
The much-anticipated announcement will not.
Bookends program allows seniors to review literature with students from comfort of home
CHAMPAIGN — It seems like an unlikely combination: a fourth-grader, a 64-year-old volunteer, an iPad, a blog and a children's book.
GEORGETOWN — School officials are hoping to fill a vacancy quickly on the school board after one of their members resigned Monday.
April Evans, who has served on the Georgetown-Ridge Farm School Board since her appointment in February, submitted a letter of resignation because she will be moving out of the district.
URBANA — University of Illinois President Robert Easter and other leaders of the state's public universities have come out in opposition to the pension reform plan expected to be called for a vote on Tuesday.