The DeKalb County Community Services Department and the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity announce the 2014-2015 Community Services Block Grant college scholarship program. To be eligible, the applicant must be a permanent DeKalb County resident, and be a member of a family whose gross income from the past 90 days does not exceed 125 percent of the poverty level. Deadline to apply is 4:30 p.m., Friday, April 18.
SOMONAUK – Somonauk High School will present “Murder in the House of Horrors” as its spring play March 14-16.
Eastern Illinois University
AURORA – Thanks to a bridge program at Waubonsee Community College, students can prepare for their GED test or improve their basic academic skills while also training for a career in health care or manufacturing.
Sandwich High School Honor Roll: Fall 2013 Semester
SUGAR GROVE – The Waubonsee Community College Board of Trustees approved seven new degrees and certificates in Automation Technology and Machine Tool Technology. The new degrees will enhance the college’s cohesive package of programs related to advanced manufacturing, including Computer-Aided Design and Drafting (CAD), Automation and Welding.
The Illinois Sheriff’s Association will award more than $53,000 in college scholarships to students in Illinois who want to pursue higher education in the 2014-2015 school year. Scholarships can be applied to tuition, books and fees only. Students must be enrolled full-time at a certified institution of higher learning in the state of Illinois.
The following local students were named to dean’s lists at their respective colleges and universities for the fall 2013 semester.
SOMONAUK – Somonauk District 432’s kindergarten registration and preschool screening will be held March 13 and 14 at St. John’s Lutheran Church, behind the fire station.
MALTA – If a spell-off between two middle school students is anything like their first meeting, audience members can expect an epic battle.
Kimberly Young of Sandwich, a Waubonsee Community College graduate, was recently selected as the first runner-up in the nationwide contest to be recognized by the Cooperative Education and Internship Association as the top student at a two-year college last year.
Previous Page|1|2|Next Page