At its February 14 meeting, the High School District 211 Board of Education approved a motion authorizing the District to file for an abatement to the 2018 property tax levy that will reduce total local property taxes by almost $2 million. The reduction is due to a nearly $1.3 million grant the District received through the Illinois State Board of Education’s Property Tax Relief Grant. As a recipient of the grant, the District must also reduce the levy by an additional $0.7 million on top ...
Seldom do mainstream and Special Education students work together in a sporting event.
The Amy Rudolph Basketball Tournament provides a unique opportunity for District 211 students to cheer one another on while raising funds for a worthy cause.
The tournament, in its 37th year, recognizes Amy Rudolph, a special education student, who passed away in November, 1982, of kidney failure. She was only 15 years old. Amy’s love of sports and her outgoing personality inspired those around her. Three months after this popular student passed, the school hosted a sporting ...
When the James B. Conant High School's Conant Theater takes the stage February 8, they will be presenting the newer play “subtext,” which delves into the experiences of 21st century teenagers through a variety of short segments told in the round.
“This play brings attention to several issues close to my heart,” said Conant High School Winter Play Sponsor Stephanie Svarz.
One question people often have when moving into a new house within District 211 is which high school will their student attend. By going to https://vtweb2.tylertech.com/Palatine211/elinkrp/Search.aspx parents can input their new address and look up which school’s area the home is in. The search is available anytime, anywhere and is free to use. Search results include a map which shows where the school is located, as well as the nearest school bus stop. The link can also be found on District 211's transportation website.
As the second semester is underway, seniors should start filling out scholarships in preparation for college. The District 211 Foundation offers a variety of scholarships from students which range from school specific to District wide.
Scholarships offered by the District 211 foundation are available to graduating seniors across the District. While most applications are due by mid-March, students are encouraged to check ...
NOTE: This event has been postponed. The new date and time are to be determined. Please check back for updates.
Township High School District 211 will host a Community Education Session discussing the dangers of Vaping and E-Cigarettes at Palatine High School January 31, 2019, beginning at 7 p.m. The session will be available in both English and Spanish, and child care will be available in the school’s media center café.