SUGAR GROVE – Photography by Sarah Baranski, coordinator of the photography lab at Waubonsee Community College, was selected for inclusion in a juried show at the Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, Colo.
Nicholas Gottlieb of Somonauk, was named to the Milwaukee School of Engineering Honors List for the 2013 fall quarter. Gottlieb is pursuing a bachelor of science degree in architectural engineering.
Darren Riskedal of Leland and Emily Warhurst of Somonauk joined more than 550 of the top collegiate agriculture students in the country Nov. 7-10 in Kansas City, Mo., to engage in career preparation training at the Agriculture Future of America Leaders Conference.
SANDWICH – Students of the month of November at Indian Valley Vocational Center are Dominique Woodyard, Sandwich High School, auto body repair; Renee Farren, Yorkville High School, automotive technology; K.C. Stager, Sandwich High School, computer technology; Johnathon Coulter, Plano High School, construction technology; Michael Thornton, Newark High School, cosmetology; Ben Ballas, Somonauk High School, culinary arts; Alexander Strobert, Somonauk High School, drafting and design technology; Alexandria Beatty, Sandwich High School, early childhood development; Julissa Verda, Newark High School, fire science; Kayla Sansone, Leland High School, graphic communications; Melissa Jasutis, Yorkville High School, health occupations-CNA; Sarah Clayt
SANDWICH - On Monday, Nov. 11, members of Lewis P. Schultz V.F.W. Post 1486 and its Ladies Auxiliary attended the Veterans Day Program around the schools in Sandwich.
SUGAR GROVE – The application for 2014-2015 Waubonsee Community College Foundation scholarships is now available online at www.waubonsee.edu/foundation. More than 200 scholarships are offered to new and returning Waubonsee students.
SUGAR GROVE – Waubonsee Community College’s auto body repair program became one of four nationwide to secure a $50,000 grant from the Collision Repair Education Foundation.
SANDWICH – Even if he doesn’t mean to, Steve Kurtz sets an example for local students.
Alexandria Caruso from Sandwich participated in a Monmouth College field trip to Springfield on Nov. 6 to observe the state legislature during veto session.
Heartland Bank and Trust Company recently donated more than $4,500 to area schools from touchdowns scored by participating high school football teams. The Score with Heartland Bank program paid $25 for each touchdown made at a varsity home football game during the regular and playoff season.
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