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SHS Permanent Legacy Display in the Works

Decorated in the halls of Schaumburg High School are various plaques and distinctions that showcase the legacy of several current and former students. In an effort to celebrate even more of SHS, the VIPs are opening the opportunity for current and former students alike to engrave their legacy for all to see as they enter the school building. The SHS Saxon Leave Your Legacy Paver is an arrangement of engraved bricks that will be located outside the main entrance near the flagpole at SHS. Anyone can purchase a brick, varying by size, and engrave it with a personal message of their choice. The first brick was purchased by the baseball team in ...

Colonial Encampment Field Trip for CHS Students

It’s not everyday that students get to watch history be replayed right in front of them. However, for many junior students, the curriculum is brought to life by traveling back in time to a 1776 colonial encampment. James B. Conant High School juniors received an opportunity to take a walk through a recreated colonial encampment from 1776 on Sept. 14, where they could mingle with colonial citizens and ask questions about a time period they have simply read about in text books. The site of the recreated settlement was at Schaumburg’s Spring Valley Nature Sanctuary. “The kids take what they have learned in the classroom after reading ...