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Resignations: School District 103 in Disarray

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Resignations: School District 103 in Disarray

Resignations: School District 103 in Disarray Candidates say schools need new leadership This week, three top officials at School District 103 resigned their offices. They include School Superintendent Mary Jo Vladika, the Chief Executive Offidcer, and her executive secretary Marge Kubicek, and the Principal of George Washington Middle School John Billingsley, the largest school in […]

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Illinois High School Superintendents wager over school mascots

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Illinois High School Superintendents wager over school mascots

The Superintendents of two High Schools will wear the Mascot Uniforms of their wager to wear foe’s Mascot Uniform if their school loses in local championship CICERO/BERWYN, Ill., March 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The Superintendents of two West Suburban high schools have agreed to wear the mascot uniforms of their opposing schools if their school’s team […]

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Cicero high school students meet with Miss Illinois

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Cicero high school students meet with Miss Illinois

Cicero high school students meet with Miss Illinois Marisa Buchhiett, this year’s miss Illinois, visited with students at Morton High School District 201 on Friday, January 30, 2015 to talk to the students about their futures, careers and safety. More than a thousand students attended. Ms. Señorita  Cicero 2015 Dafne Villaseor gave a warm welcome and provided the introduction […]

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It’s an open and closed case – schools can’t win

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It’s an open and closed case – schools can’t win

By Ray Hanania This week’s arctic chilled weather raised an important issue about schools and our society. Schools across Chicagoland suburbs closed on Wednesday and Thursday when temperatures dropped below zero. The wind chill was predicted Wednesday to be minus-35 degrees, although it was higher. That’s pretty darn cold, though. On Friday, even though the […]

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Four largest Illinois Education Associations to unveil education policy brief called Vision 20/20, Tues. Nov. 18

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Four largest Illinois Education Associations to unveil education policy brief called Vision 20/20, Tues. Nov. 18

Four largest Illinois Education Associations to unveil education policy brief called Vision 20/20, Tues. Nov. 18 The media is encouraged to attend: M E D I A   A D V I S O R Y   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                     Contact:  Rosemaria DiBenedetto Thursday, November 13, 2014 Website: http://illinoisvision2020.org Vision 20/20 Media Briefing and Rollout   Who:                        Brent Clark, […]

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Celebrity Chef Visits Morton East and West High Schools

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Celebrity Chef Visits Morton East and West High Schools By Michael Flaherty (Berwyn, IL) – High Liner Foods, the leading value-added seafood supplier in North America, announced that it has partnered with Morton West and East High Schools located in the Chicago, Illinois area, as part of an ongoing initiative to raise awareness in the […]

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District 201 Adopts 5th Consecutive Balanced Budget

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District 201 Adopts 5th Consecutive Balanced Budget

District 201 Adopts 5th Consecutive Balanced Budget (Cicero, IL) – The Board of Education for J. Sterling Morton High School District 201 is proud to announce adoption of the District’s fifth consecutive budget for the 2014-2015 financial year at a special public hearing on Tuesday, September 16, 2014. “We’re proud of the fact that we have […]

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District 201 Receives Certificate of Excellence Award

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District 201 Receives Certificate of Excellence Award

District 201 Receives Certificate of Excellence Award (Cicero, IL) – J. Sterling Morton High School District No. 201 received the Association of School Business Officials International’s (ASBO) Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting award for having met or exceeded the program’s high standards for financial reporting and accountability. The district was recognized for its Comprehensive Annual […]

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Morton Varsity Football Debuts 2014 Schedule Poster

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Morton Varsity Football Debuts 2014 Schedule Poster

 Morton Varsity Football Debuts 2014 Schedule Poster (Cicero, IL) – Morton Varsity Football Head Coach Bob Organ and Athletic Director Nicole Ebsen announced the release of a 2014 football season promotional poster. The 11″ x 17″ full-color poster features 26 Mustang seniors with the 2014 home and away schedule. “The players are excited to be […]

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Supt. Kuzniewski on District 201’s Emergency Protocol

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Supt. Kuzniewski on District 201’s Emergency Protocol

 Superintendent Kuzniewski’s Message on District 201’s Emergency Protocol To the Morton Community, We would like to think that an emergency situation would never occur to us.  On most days throughout the country, schools, businesses and daily lives of the average citizens are not affected by the possibilities of imminent harm or danger. However, there are […]

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