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Youth Services, Child Development collaborate for community garden

Annabelle Northrup and Noah Walch
March 16, 2018

A student-created gardening program will begin during the first week of April at Glenview-Northbrook Youth Services, according to senior Madi Catarello. The program is part of a project for Advanced Childhood...

FANTASTIC FOODS:   Scooping cookie dough, freshman Dani Stadler (left) and Megan Butler (right) participate in foods one. They are preparing chocolate chip oatmeal cookies. Stadler plans on advancing to Foods two in the future because she loves learning about different foods and how to make them.

Advanced electives equip students for the future

Sarah Keaton and Annabelle Northrup
December 22, 2017

Some students take electives because they have to. Some students take electives because they want to. In any case, throughout the process of taking electives such as fashion and foods, sometimes the beginner...

WONDERFUL WEBB: Ceramics teacher Kurt Webb instructs a student on her ceramics piece. Webb says he developed his passion for art at a young age.

Webb motivates students, values failure

Annabelle Northrup and Jack Allen
December 1, 2017

With a warm cup of tea by his side, South's ceramics teacher Kurt Webb constructs another unique piece of art while partaking in a meaningful conversation with his students. After years of traveling the...

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