While Sophomores and Juniors at Palatine High School were taking state tests last week, Freshmen and Seniors had the opportunity to participate in Palatine High School’s second annual Day of Service. The event gave nearly 100 students the opportunity to volunteer at four elementary students.
PHS Social Studies Teacher Andrea Guthrie said the day was arranged on this day to allow students who had out of school conflicts the ...
When Drake Roberts and Anthony Tamras were seniors at Palatine High School, they were encouraged to become involved in the business incubator program. Their decision to join the program changed their futures in ways they could not have at the time imagined.
Roberts and Tamras worked together along with two other students on a project that they called DeoBlock. The problem they chose to address was the unpleasant odor from ...
Township High School District 211 will hold an open house at the student build home located at 155 E. Glade in Palatine, on April 14, from 1:00 pm – 4:00 p.m. The house was built by students from Palatine and William Fremd High Schools as part of the District’s Building Construction Program.
As approved by the Board of Education, High School District 211 will hold a blind auction of 16 surplus vehicles and a baby grand piano. The vehicles include five Ford Tauruses, eight Chevy Impalas 2 Ford vans and a Dodge pick-up truck.
All vehicles will be available for viewing and inspection April 13, from 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. in the Palatine High School football parking lot. In the event of inclement weather, the alternate date for the viewing and inspection will be April 14. Vehicles questi...
Township High School District 211, in conjunction with High School District 214, Barrington Community Unit School District 220, and Northwest Suburban Special Education Organization (NSSEO) will hold The Future Begins Today at Palatine High School (1111 Rohlwing Rd. Palatine) April 23, from 6:00 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. They event is for parents and guardians of individuals with a wide-range of developmental disabilities and mental health needs.
For the second year, Township High School District 211 held a career expo, which highlighted career path information as well as job and internship opportunities. This year’s expo, held at Schaumburg High School, saw 600 students meet with representatives from 155 area businesses.
District 211 Internship Coordinator Jan Brottman said following last year’s successful expo, the team of career counselors wanted to expand.