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Limit on GBS sports fundraising implemented for 2019-2020

Mary Grace Reynolds and Madaket Chiarieri

April 22, 2019

Filed under News, Sports

Beginning in the 2019-2020 school year, GBS athletic programs will no longer be able to pay additional coaches out of fundraising profits and must adhere to the number of paid coaching positions, otherwise known as stipends, a...

Illinois removes 300-minute school day minimum, creates flexibility

Maggie Baumstark, staff reporter

March 15, 2019

Filed under News

The Illinois General Assembly passed legislation that revamped how Illinois public schools were funded, and as a result, took away the 300-minute instructional day minimum that previously existed, according to Dr. Mike Riggle, ...

Dravid’s work published in science magazine Microscopy Today

Om Patel, staff reporter

March 15, 2019

Filed under News

  For the past year, senior Amil Dravid has been doing research in the field of computer science to apply machine learning algorithms to identify the nucleus of a cell. From that research, Dravid was able to get his work ...

Turnabout unable to sell enough tickets to break even

Anne Ribordy, asst. news editor

March 15, 2019

Filed under News

On March 2, Girls’ Letter Club held the Turnabout Dance and sold 706 tickets, but failed to break even by about 400 tickets says Kim Kiraly, Girls’ Letter Club, sponsor. Turnabout is the all-school spring dance where girls tradit...

South holds first robotics competition, furthers passions outside classroom

Maggie Baumstark and Om Patel

February 8, 2019

Filed under News

On Jan. 5, South hosted its first robotics competition, in which teams of students from high schools around the area pitted their robots against each other in various contests, according to Dawn Hall, instructional supervisor...

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