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Mrs. Wipmann and her students

Teacher Receives Presidential Teaching Award
Sarah Wippman was recently named a state finalist in the prestigious Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching Award and shared her experience of inspiring children with recyclables, robotics kits and computers, then watching the results.
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NBJH alumni invited to perform with band
Any and all graduates of the Northbrook Junior High Band program are invited to participate in a special Alumni Band Festival at 7 p.m. Dec. 16 at the school. Read on...
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Author/Illustrator Brings Message of Creativity to Students
Author and illustrator Tom Lichtenheld brought a dose of creative energy to elementary students this week in a series of visits. Read on...
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Board Studies Feasibility of Full-Day Kindergarten
The Board of Education will continue to study the feasibility of a full-day kindergarten program after an extensive report by Superintendent Larry Hewitt at the October 27 board meeting. No decision will be made at the November meeting. Read on...
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Guest Musician Helps Students Tackle New Musical Styles
Jazz Violinist Randy Sabien spent two days at Northbrook Junior High fulfilling one of his passions in life: exposing students to new forms of music. Read on...
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Board of Education Meeting Highlights
Approving the 2015-16 budget and reviewing a District literacy program are among the highlights of the September Board of Education meeting. Read on...
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Board of Education Highlights
In Aug. 25, 2015 edition of Board Briefs, read about: The Teacher Mentor Program, Teacher Summer Professional Development, Newly Revised Parent-Student Handbook and Vision 20/20 laws. August Board Briefs
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New Early Childhood Program Opens
The Young Explorers Early Childhood Program offers new learning opportunities in District 28 for children ages 3 to 5. Read on...
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July Board Briefs
The Board of Education at the July 28 meeting: Adopted a Tentative Budget Hired a Gifted Teacher Approved an Emergency Plan Received a Summer School Update Read the full report
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