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Bowling/Elburn/Kaneland

Cummins’ victory lane continues through summer

ELBURN—For the city of Buffalo, NY, it’ll be nice to have a bonafide winner in its midst. The football thing hasn’t worked out. Enter Kaneland Harter Middle School athlete Mabel Cummins, soon to enter eighth grade. Already one of the elite bowling talents in her age group, the busy Cummins heads to the United States… Keep Reading

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A quick example

Kaneland grad Heckert utilizes experience to coach, run marathons PLAINFIELD, Ill.—As a multi-sport athlete at Kaneland High School nearly a full decade ago, Kristen Heckert used her immense talent to cross many a State-qualifying finish line. Now as a math teacher and coach at Plainfield South High School, she’s been responsible for honing young athletes’… Keep Reading

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Kaneland/Sugar Grove

‘Pwnage’ robot a hit at middle school

Photo: Kaneland students and 2451 Robotics Team members include Elburn resident Triston Powell (left to right), 16, and siblings Alyssa, 18, and Charles Faulkner, 15, of Aurora. Photo by Lynn Logan KHS students bring robot to Harter Middle School KANELAND—Harter Middle School recently had a unique visitor grace its main stage: a robot. And not… Keep Reading

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Kaneland/Maple Park

Student’s drive, commitment leads to President’s Scholarship

MAPLE PARK—Carissa Miller is all about business. And heart. Miller, a Maple Park resident and Kaneland High School senior, will major in business administration when she attends Indiana State University this fall. Miller is one of 20 selected students across America to achieve the ISU President’s Scholarship, and one of two Kaneland High School students… Keep Reading

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School Board approves technology position addition, increase

KANELAND—The Kaneland School Board on May 28 voted unanimously to increase a current information systems specialist position from .8 to full time, and add a full-time technician to begin work July 1. The cost for the technician will be between $30,000 to $35,000, including benefits. There will be an additional salary of $8,500 for the… Keep Reading

Kaneland

Local Partnership to fundraise for Jazz Band

KANELAND—Five local men on June 29 will trek across Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, from a lighthouse on the shores of Lake Michigan to the coast of Lake Superior. The participants are all associated with Da Capo Music Studio in Elburn: Ben Westfall, co-owner of Da Capo; Garrett Patterson, student at Da Capo and a Kaneland graduate… Keep Reading

Kaneland

Correction: KHS graduation is at 4 pm.

Sorry for our error that appeared on page 13A of the May 29 edition. The Kaneland High School Graduation ceremony will begin at 4 p.m. on Sunday, June 1, at the NIU Convocation Center. From kaneland.org: Commencement (Graduation) is Sunday, June 1, 4:00 pm. It will be held at the NIU Convocation Center, 1525 W… Keep Reading

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Photos: It’s senior night

Kaneland High School hosted its Senior Honors Night for the class of 2014 May 22 in the KHS auditorium. A host of scholarships and awards were presented in the categories of Memorial, Organizational, Departmental and Academic including National Honor Society, Illinois State Scholars, National Merit Scholar, Knights of Distinction, Salutatorian and Valedictorian. Senior Madeline Heinzer… Keep Reading

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Photos: An encore

The 2014 Kaneland High School Senior Music Recital took place in the KHS auditorium May 19. Students performed choral and band solos. Senior Garrett Patterson (right) performed the song “Reverie” by Shawn Bell. Senior Erika Carlson (below), performed “A Thousand Years” by Christina Perri. Keep Reading

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Field of hope

Photo: Sisters Emma, 4, and Kailey Kunstman, 6, wearing their red, white and blue, visited the KHS Healing Field to honor the military during the opening ceremony on Saturday. Photo by Patti Wilk KANELAND—Last weekend’s Healing Field display at Kaneland High School caught the community’s attention. According to Rudy Keller, chair of the Kaneland Healing… Keep Reading

Kaneland

National Honor Society recognition

KANELAND—Jarod Erlandson is a recent National Honor Society member who calls being a part of the group “a complete honor.” Erlandson is a Sugar Grove resident and junior at Kaneland High School. “It’s something that I’ve always aimed for,” Erlandson said. “It’s always been a goal of mine and I think being a part of… Keep Reading

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Kaneland bands ‘battle’ for worthwhile cause

KANELAND—Bands came together last month in the Kaneland High School auditorium to raise money for the Kaneland community. The name of the event was “Band Night.” Attendees paid $5 at the door and gave donations to vote on whom they thought was the best-playing high school band through a “battle of the bands.” Tim Larsen,… Keep Reading

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Elburn/Hometown/Kaneland

Kemp earns President’s Scholarship

Will attend Indiana State University this fall ELBURN—You could say Brittany Kemp’s most recent accomplishment was a slam dunk of an achievement. Kemp, an Elburn resident who is a Kaneland High School senior and a basketball and track athlete, will attend Indiana State University (ISU) this coming fall. And she recently earned the title of… Keep Reading

Kaneland

Kaneland approves new special education bussing

KANELAND—The Kaneland School Board on Monday voted to move on with a new bus company for special education transportation for the upcoming school year. Currently the Kaneland School District uses Spare Wheels Transportation. This coming school year the district will use the company Illinois Central School Bus on a one-year contract. According to a report… Keep Reading

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Rivals come together in Cougar-land

Photo: KHS softball coach Brian Willis, who is battling colon cancer, will be honored at Monday’s Pack the Park event at Fifth Third Bank Park in Geneva. Photo by Patti Wilk Kaneland-Batavia clash to benefit great causes KANELAND—Area baseball teams aren’t only mindful of the postseason task ahead. They’re also willing and able to help… Keep Reading

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Kaneland High School to host Healing Field

KANELAND—Kaneland High School will soon feature a field of American flags. The concept is called the Healing Field, and it will requre sale of 1,000 flags. The Healing Field will take place Friday, May 23, until Tuesday, May 27, on the field directly east of KHS. Rudy Keller, interim co-athletic director at Kaneland High School,… Keep Reading

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Kaneland honors its own

The first round of Kaneland 2014 Hall of Fame inductions took place Monday at Kaneland High School. Christine Heath (right) was honored for Personal Achievement and presented with her award by Kaneland Superintendent Dr. Jeff Schuler. Gary Nickels (left) was recognized for Personal Achievement following an introduction by presenter Ralph Drendel. Rick Schairer (below) was… Keep Reading

Kaneland

School Board approves administrative changes

KANELAND—The Kaneland School Board on Monday approved administrative changes, including changes regarding new assistant principals and a resignation. Kaneland Superintendent Dr. Jeff Schuler announced during the meeting that Patrick Raleigh will be an assistant principal and computer teacher at Kaneland McDole Elementary School beginning July 1. Schuler said that Raleigh has a “wealth of teaching… Keep Reading

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Kaneland to work with energy conservation company

KANELAND—The Kaneland School Board on Monday agreed to move forward and enter into a contract agreement with an energy management and conservation program. The company that will work with Kaneland schools to conserve energy is Cenergistic. The five-year contract will last from May 1 until April 30, 2019. The cost to the district is $9,000… Keep Reading

Kaneland/Regional

KHS, McDole in tech demonstration

SPRINGFIELD—Kaneland High School and McDole Elementary School are among approximately two of 60 schools statewide that will participate in the annual TECH 2014 Students for the Information Age event on Thursday, May 8, at the Illinois State Capitol Building in Springfield. From 1 to 3 p.m., students will show the public and elected members of… Keep Reading

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