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Demolition of Maplewood School in Cary could start as early as Thursday. The village and District 26 disagreed about how to use the property.
School districts 155 and 26 have joined a national lawsuit against social media companies for causing mental health harm to children.
Disparities in absenteeism appear in most McHenry County school districts when the data are broken down by race and in comparing students with disabilities.
How did McHenry County schools do on their Illinois School Report Cards this year?
A week after voting down a proposed transportation center, the Cary School District 26 Board of Education reversed course on Wednesday and unanimously approved a modified version of the plan.
Cary School District 26′s plan to create a transportation center at the old Maplewood Elementary School remains undecided after the Board of Education’s tie vote on the plan.
Teachers in many McHenry County school districts have been hard at work preparing for another school year.
Two districts are fully staffed and the rest of the 18 districts in McHenry county need between five to 20 drivers, McHenry County Regional Superintendent of Schools Diana Hartmann said.
Kyle Block will be the new principal for the Three Oaks Elementary School in Cary, according to the District 26 school board.
Cary-Grove High School held its commencement ceremony for the class of 2023 on Saturday, May 13, 2023, in Cary.
Cary School District 26 will hold a Private School Proportionate Share meeting at 9 a.m. Friday, May 19, via Zoom.
Cary is considering creating a special taxing district along Route 14 from the Fox River to Cary-Algonquin Road, covering much of its Route 14 and downtown corridor.
Voters went to the polls on Tuesday to elect school boards across McHenry County.
Nearly four dozen of the local races in McHenry County will be competitive on Tuesday, as voters head to the polls to decide who will lead their school boards, municipalities, libraries and parks.
Question: Do you believe the district needs to make any changes to improve DEI in your district? Answer: I view DEI as something that we can constantly improve upon. Read Deanna Darling's full election questionnaire here.