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Celebrating accomplishments

Drum majors win award
“Congratulations to the Marching Pioneers on their performance Saturday at the Eastern Illinois University Panther Marching Band Festival! The band placed 1st in Class 4A and also won caption awards for Best Drum Majors, Best General Effect, Best Music Performance, Best Visual Performance, and Best Color Guard.”

Senior Nick King placed in the top 12 out of 138 entries in
Extemporaneous Speaking at the Yale Tournament.

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The Clarionette Student Newspaper

  • ‘Historic’ trip to London
    In spring of 2017, Dr. Robert Fitzgerald was able to take a trip to London through his Fulbright scholarship. While there, he worked at University of College London Institute of Education where he worked with his friends Dr.Robin Whitburn and Abdul Mohamud in a program called Justice 2 History. The… Read more »
  • A year abroadA year abroad
    Last year, the Landes family boarded a 20-hour flight, left behind their life, loved ones, and school in order to spend a year abroad in Nairobi, Kenya. This opportunity came to the Landes family through their home church. Band teacher Jason Landes was first approached by retired missionaries who had… Read more »
  • Paying for college one video game at a time
    Esports has opened a new realm of possibility for seniors Bailey Klemmensen and Parker Penn. Klemmensen and Penn signed to Illinois Wesleyan University’s Esports team on scholarships this past winter. Esports is an organized form of competition using video games for professional players and teams. Colleges are not only starting… Read more »
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Lab School/College of Education News

  • Career ambassador provides best practices for education majors participating in clinicals, student teaching
    Some education majors may not know where to start when thinking about professionalism during clinicals and student teaching because of the overwhelming misconceptions about it. However, there are a few easy practices to help each student improve and get a head start on their professional brand. Be professional Even though… Read more »
  • New Fall Education Career Fair to meet needs of national teaching shortage
    To help meet the needs of school districts, the Career Center is hosting the Fall Education Career Fair. Held the morning of Tuesday, November 5, students and alumni in education and related fields have an opportunity to connect with school districts earlier in the academic year than usual. In the… Read more »
  • National Board Certified teachers nominated for Illinois Teacher of the YearNational Board Certified teachers nominated for Illinois Teacher of the Year
    Jen Leban has been teaching for Elmhurst CUSD 205 since graduating from Elmhurst College in December of 2001. Jen has taught art at Sandburg Middle School and recently transitioned to teaching technology. Teacher of the Year finalist,                   Jen Leban Jen believes that… Read more »
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