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D211 Post: Students Return for Summer School

            Students across District 211 returned for the first of two three-week summer school sessions June 8.  More than 6,200 students registered for courses which is only a slight decline from pre-COVID numbers.             For students, the summer courses provide a closer sense of student-life before the pandemic.             “It’s good to see everyone again,” said Hoffman Estates High School senior Caden Nakai.  “I missed a lot over the past year.  ...

District 211 Students Share What They are Most Excited About This Holiday Break

To get in the holiday spirit, we asked several District 211 students what they are most excited for during their holiday break. Here is what they had to say. Happy holidays and a have fantastic new year.    This winter break, I am most excited for… “I am most excited about Tuba Christmas, which is a huge room full of low brass, playing Christmas music at the Palmer House.” – Dakota Harrison, senior, HEHS “Getting long needed rest from the past stressful months of school work.” Sresht Iyer, junior, FHS “Christmas, and spending time with family!” Rajesh Kalvakota, senior, CHS “Spending time with my family and ...

Palatine High School’s Pirate Booster Club to hold 29th Annual Dinner and Auction Fundraiser

Members of the Palatine community will have a chance to enjoy a dinner with live entertainment, while at the same time helping raise funds for Palatine High School students. The 29th annual Pirate Boosters Dinner and Auction will take place on Feb. 22 at The Cotillion, 360 Creekside Dr. in Palatine, from 6:30 to 11 p.m. The event is open to adults in the community. It is hosted by the PHS Pirate Boosters to benefit student scholarships, grants, and activities. “This event brings the community together,” said Susan Mulert, PHS Pirate Booster member and co-chair for the dinner auction. “This isn’t just for sports or a particular group, we ...