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"Then I played for New Trier High School when my dad coached the school's first hockey team."
Strom, librarian and coordinator at New Trier High School in Northfield, Illinois, presented forty library orientations last fall.
New Trier High School, close to O'Hare Airport in Chicago, has been an exemplary school for as many years as I can remember and has had terrific teacher librarians during its history.
At New Trier High School (IL), librarian Judy Gressel complained that their school's filters were so pervasive that they blocked websites that involved games, weapons, violence, and even swimsuits.
Mary Lappan, who teaches "both flavors of calculus"--that's regular and multivariable for you English majors--at New Trier High School in Winnetka, Illinois, has seen "enormous growth in AP classes."
It is unfair of Rich Cohen ["'It's Not News,'" Letter from Winnetka, February] to imply that chilling restraints placed on New Trier High School student journalists typify a dismal state of instruction across the country.
You shine a light on that darkness by making plans," says Larry Rehage, a teacher at the New Trier High School School District in Northfield, Ill.
One day we received a call from New Trier High School, which serves about 3,000 students in Chicago's wealthy North Shore suburbs.
New Trier High School in Winnetka, Illinois, banished the tome in 1976 upon finding that it was "degrading and destructive to black humanity." The book now faces virtually constant attack from do-gooders across the fruited plain.
In contrast, the principal of the New Trier High School in Winnetka, Illinois, states confidently, "Our goal is for students to be successful." The school, situated on twenty-seven suburban acres, offers Latin and six other foreign languages; the senior English class is reading Nietzsche, Darwin, Plato, Freud and Goethe.
Receiving $250 each as runners-up will be John Buchtel, a senior at Scottsdale Christian Academy in Phoenix, whose teacher is Sharon Coil, and Dan Fitzpatrick, a senior at New Trier High School in Winnetka, Illinois, whose teacher is Charlotte Huggins.