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  • Daily Herald teams with Community Education to offer classes on fake news

    In an era of fake news, how do you discern what information is factual? In a series of free classes, Daily Herald editors and District 214 journalism teachers will educate the community on how to identify lies, spin and bias that might masquerade as news.

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  • Community can preview 2018 Illinois governor race at panel-style event

    District 214 Community Education will host political journalists and other experts for a free, conversational analysis of the 2018 Illinois gubernatorial race. Decision 2018: A Gubernatorial Conversation will be held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, September 13 at the Forest View Educational Center, 2121 S. Goebbert Road in Arlington Heights.

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    District 214 coaches stay up to date on safe football techniques

    Football coaches in the Mid-Suburban League, including District 214, participated in a clinic with USA Football on June 13 to stay up to date on the safest tackling strategies and techniques for their players.

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    District 214 students stage Catch Me If You Can

    This summer, students from across High School District 214 will perform in the all-District musical, Catch Me If You Can, at 7 p.m. from Thursday, July 12 through Saturday, July 14 at the Forest View Educational Center, 2121 S. Goebbert Road in Arlington Heights.

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  • District 214 Education Foundation awards $20,000 in scholarships

    A Rolling Meadows High School senior who turned his classroom pursuits and co-curricular activities -- from robotics to cross country and water polo -- into a 30-second video rap is among the winners of this year's Redefining Ready! Twitter-based scholarship, offered through the District 214 Education Foundation to seniors who creatively and genuinely demonstrate how they are college, career and life ready beyond a test score.

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    Buffalo Grove teacher selected to participate in intensive summer humanities program

    Buffalo Grove High School English teacher Ami E. Relf was selected among hundreds of applicants to study Alabama's legacy in the Civil Rights Movement this summer.

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  • District 214 teachers participate in summer conference in South Korea

    Erik Hodges and Jeanne Shin-Cooper, teachers at Prospect and Buffalo Grove high schools respectively, this month will participate in a geography education conference and field study in South Korea.

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    District 214 Education Foundation awards $20,000 in scholarships

    A Rolling Meadows High School senior who turned his classroom pursuits and co-curricular activities -- from robotics to cross country and water polo -- into a 30-second video rap is among the winners of this year's Redefining Ready! Twitter-based scholarship, offered through the District 214 Education Foundation to seniors who creatively and genuinely demonstrate how they are college, career and life ready beyond a test score.

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  • Local realtors invited to District 214 Breakfast Discussion

    High School District 214 will host a breakfast event for realtors who sell within its communities -- a more than 60-square-mile area that encompasses six comprehensive high schools and specialized programming for 12,000 students.

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  • District 214 hosts Concussion Awareness Night

    High School District 214 will host a Concussion Awareness Night on Wednesday, April 25 in the John Hersey High School Carter Gymnasium. The evening is designed to educate parents about the issues of concussions in youth sports including what to do if you think your child has suffered a concussion, tips for choosing the right medical professional, and how to put together a concussion history.

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