5 results for tag: Student Council


D211 Post: Fremd Says Thank You to Health Care Workers

            Members of William Fremd High School’s sophomore class executive board wanted to say thank you to area health care workers battling the COVID-19 pandemic.  To do this, they collected more than 100 cards from students which were delivered to AMITA Health St. Alexius Hospital in Hoffman Estates.             Fremd High School Science Department Chair Karl Craddock said the idea came out of a brainstorming session among the 54-member board.             “They ...

D211 Post: Schaumburg Students Hold Stuff the Bus Food Drive

Students from Schaumburg High School's Students Helping Others partnered with the Schaumburg High School Student Council to hold their first ever "Stuff the Bus" food drive November 11.

Conant and Hoffman Estates High Schools Represented in Fourth of July Parade

Students from Conant and Hoffman Estates High Schools represented their schools and District 211 in the Hoffman Estates Fourth of July parade. See a few of them in action below.  

Conant High School Students Celebrate Life of Cafeteria Staffer Sandi Smith

When students at Conant High School entered the cafeteria for lunch, many looked forward to something more than socializing and satisfying their hunger.  For some, the highlight of their lunch experience rarely had to do with food - it was the person they could always find working the blue snack cart. Cafeteria staff member Sandi Smith, who worked and interacted with students from behind her blue cafeteria cart for 12 years, passed away on March 17. In honor of her legacy, students in the school’s student council approached administration to create a moment of silence during the week, and a “Blue Out Day for Sandi,” which took place on ...

Teacher Feature: HEHS’ Ryan Brown

  "Students see that the things they learned here at HEHS and with me, whether it’s in the gym, through other activities, or in the classroom, have benefitted them in life. That is the whole reason that I am doing this.” When Ryan Brown was a student at Hoffman Estates High School, little did he know he would return to walk the halls again as a teacher and coach. Although he had dreams of becoming a doctor and breaking the family mold of working in education, he realized his true passion is for writing, literature, and books. “When I got through my senior year, Kathy Wandro [retired HEHS teacher] was my teacher, and it was at that point ...