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Principal Smith to students: "I know that your lives will be lived with great purpose. You will use your gifts to shape the world around you."
Tickets go on sale this week for feel-good family show.
Schools, Local Connections
How many digits of Pi can you recite?
Schools, The Neighborhood Files
Hawthorne Elementary students take the lead on FreeRice.com's educational program that feeds the hungry.
York's Friday pep rally kicked off an exciting weekend; the Dukes went on to beat rival Oak Park Friday night, and the Saturday dance saw a throng of participants.
Ten years after the terrorist attacks that changed the world as we know it, students turn to prayer to honor the the survivors and the fallen.
Senior Jack Hennessy offers some advice and encouragement for students just starting out in high school.
Freshman orientation night gets the Class of 2015 prepared for York.
Help is available for District 205 families feeling the sting of rising fees for high school students.
Matt Whistler received care packages from Valerie Baxter's second-graders while stationed in Korea. On Thursday, he paid them a surprise visit.
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