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Photos: Choir power

Kaneland High School presented the 2014 KHS/HMS 8th Grade Choir Festival on Saturday in the KHS auditorium in Maple Park. Eighth-grade mixed choir soloist Amanda Eckstrom (right) performs “Shenandoah,” arranged by Spevacek. The combined choirs (above) performing “Imbakwa,” by Arr. The combined choirs performed “Imbakwa,” featuring soloists John Briggs and Jonathan Heuman. More photos on… Keep Reading

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Harter Middle School students qualify for Illinois Junior Academy of Science Fair

DEKALB—Students at Kaneland Harter Middle School are solving problems, thinking independently and raising the bar for future science classes. On Feb. 13, Kaneland eighth-graders gathered to showcase their science projects at the second annual Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Science Fair. Out of the 343 student projects, 68 were selected to compete in the… Keep Reading

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School Board approves cost limitation waiver submission

KANELAND—The Kaneland School Board on Monday voted to submit a waiver for administrative cost limitation to the Illinois State Board of Education. The vote requests a “one-time, one-year waiver.” The matter is expected to go to the General Assembly in August. Tony Valente was the only board member to vote against the waiver, though fellow… Keep Reading

Boys Basketball/Kaneland

Inaugural Day and Knight event raises over $5,000

KANELAND—On Feb. 15, nearly 1,000 basketball players and fans filled the gym at Kaneland High School as the boys basketball held its inaugural Day and Knight of Basketball to benefit Wounded Warrior Project. Varsity and sophomore basketball programs from Hillcrest, North Chicago, St. Charles North, Peoria Richwoods and Larkin (Elgin) joined the Knights in thrilling… Keep Reading

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Kaneland chess team shines in IHSA tournament

Photo: The 2014 Kaneland Chess team at the IHSA State Tournament last weekend. Courtesy Photo KANELAND—Kaneland High School sophomore Spencer Serwin’s first chess match on Friday ended in a loss. That was OK, though, because he went on to win the remaining six games at the IHSA State Chess Tournament on Friday and Saturday in… Keep Reading

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District 302 seeks to add committee members

KANELAND—Kaneland Community School District 302 seeks to add members to its Citizens’ Advisory Committee (CAC), Finance Advisory Committee (FAC) and the Kaneland Foundation. The mission of the CAC is to improve Kaneland schools by advising the Administration and Board of Education regarding educational and other issues facing the district. Members study and deliberate problems, issues… Keep Reading

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Many happy returns

Photos: Coaches share memories > One need not look far for former athletes returning to teach, coach at KHS KANELAND—It’s one thing to compete for your school—to put in hours of blood, sweat and tears for a shot a glory. But there are some whose story doesn’t end when they walk through the graduation line.… Keep Reading

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Community bowls against bullying

Photo: Leigh Ann Reusche (left to right), director of Kindness Campaign of Elburn, Renee Dee, founder/CEO of Peak for Kids, and Maria Dripps-Paulson goof around at the “Bowling Against Bullying” event on Saturday night. Photo by Lynn Logan AURORA—C.J. Conley, a Kaneland parent and Elburn resident, learned a lesson while attending the “Bowling Against Bullying”… Keep Reading

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Kaneland considers middle school Spanish course

KANELAND—The Kaneland School Board on Monday listened to the possibility of incorporating Spanish in Harter Middle School next year. School Board member Peter Lopatin expressed his enthusiasm for the idea of having foreign language at the middle school and beyond, and also noted interest in “working for immersion in the elementary school.” Students had the… Keep Reading

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Bateman crowned Mr. Kaneland 2014

Photo: Mr. Kaneland 2014 was won by senior Mitch Bateman (middle). First runner-up won by senior Dalvell Triplett (right) and second runner-up was given to senior James Lim (left). Photo by Lynn Logan KANELAND—There’s a new Mr. Kaneland in town, and his name is Mitch Bateman. Bateman, a senior at Kaneland High School, was crowned… Keep Reading

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Fundraiser a success for Kaneland Blackberry Creek

Photo: Elburn resident Rocky Wruck dazzles the crowd in his Elvis costume as he volunteers to sell the 50/50 raffle tickets at Family Bingo on Saturday night. Photo by Lynn Logan KANELAND—Maryann Lisberg, a Blackberry Creek Elementary School parent volunteer, enthusiastically recalled Saturday’s Family Bingo and Silent Auction Night, hosted by the Kaneland Blackberry Creek… Keep Reading

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Fine Arts Feast fundraiser at Open Range Southwest Grill

SUGAR GROVE—Kaneland Arts Initiative will host its fifth annual Fine Arts Feast on Friday, Feb. 21, at 5 p.m. at Open Range Southwest Grill in Sugar Grove. The purpose of the fundraiser is to raise money from arts-minded individuals seeking to become KAI arts patrons. Guests are served dinner and entertainment, along with an informational… Keep Reading

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Kaneland to conduct inaugural Parent Satisfaction Survey

KANELAND—Kaneland School District 302 in February will conduct its inaugural Parent Satisfaction Survey. The survey is part of a continued effort by Kaneland CUSD 302 to strengthen communications between schools and the community. Between Thursday, Feb. 6, and Tuesday, Feb. 18, parents will be asked to complete a satisfaction survey to help identify school strengths… Keep Reading

Kaneland

District 302 seeks to add committee members

KANELAND—Kaneland Community School District 302 seeks to add members to its Citizens’ Advisory Committee (CAC), Finance Advisory Committee (FAC) and the Kaneland Foundation. The mission of the CAC is to improve Kaneland schools by advising the Administration and Board of Education regarding educational and other issues facing the district. Members study and deliberate problems, issues… Keep Reading

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Bowl against bullying

Event seeks to teach participants to “be happy” AURORA—Local adults will soon have a chance to go out, bowl and have fun while learning, too. “Bowling Against Bullying” is a collaborative endeavor hosted by Kindness Campaign, Nick Edward Haben Foundation and Peak for Kids. The event will take place Saturday, Feb. 8, at 7:30 p.m.… Keep Reading

Kaneland/Sugar Grove

Kaneland Arts Initiative’s Fine Arts Feast

SUGAR GROVE—Kaneland Arts Initiative (KAI) will host the fifth annual Fine Arts Feast and Silent Auction on Friday, Feb. 21, at Open Range Southwest Grill, 1 Golfview Road, Sugar Grove. A cash bar will open at 5 p.m., with dinner and program scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. Attendees will have an opportunity to learn… Keep Reading

The cast of “The Laramie Project” includes Justin Schaller (back row, from left), Ben Mitchinson and Patrick Murphy; Rebecca Hof (middle row), Pamela Gianakakos, Sabrina Massa, Laszlo Reed, Peter Lopatin and Trisha Mills; Douglas Orlyk (front row) and Caitrin Mills. Photo courtesy of Sally Jane Photography
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‘The Laramie Project’ debuts on Kaneland stage

‘It’s a powerful, powerful production.’ KANELAND—The play “The Laramie Project,” presented by Kaneland Arts Initiative (KAI) and partnered with the Kindness Campaign, did not open on its expected opening day last Friday, due to frigid weather. However, the show was back on Saturday and Sunday. Maria Dripps-Paulson, executive director of KAI, said the cancellation was… Keep Reading

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Kindergarten registration, literacy fair

KANELAND—The 2014 Kindergarten Registration and Literacy Fair will take place Saturday, Feb. 8, 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the cafeteria at Kaneland High School, 47W326 Keslinger Road, Maple Park. Students with last names beginning with letters A-H will register from 8 to 9:30 a.m.; I-O will register from 9:30 to 11 a.m.; P-Z will… Keep Reading

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‘Friday Knightlife’ in the Kaneland area

ELBURN—’Friday Knightlife,’ a newly reborn program giving Kaneland kids a fun place to go on Friday nights, will be available this winter for Kaneland community kids, grades fourth through eighth, on Fridays, 6 to 9 p.m., from Jan. 31 to March 21. Elburn and Countryside Community Center, 525 N. Main St., will be open with… Keep Reading

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