Johnsburg School District 12
Disparities in absenteeism appear in most McHenry County school districts when the data are broken down by race and in comparing students with disabilities.
Teachers in many McHenry County school districts have been hard at work preparing for another school year.
Johnsburg Elementary School teacher Kara Lentine graduated from Judson University just two years ago, but brings new excitement and ideas to her classroom, her principal said.
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.
With McHenry County under an ice storm warning from 6 a.m. Wednesday through Thursday morning, a number of area schools have been cancelled.
Here are all the closures, cancellations and moves to online caused by the Feb. 16 and 17 weather impacting McHenry County schools and organizations.
A list of those who are running for school board across McHenry County
Johnsburg High School has announced that 11 students from its graduating class of 2023 have been designated as Illinois State Scholars.
Students from the Johnsburg High School marching band are walking and playing Wednesday in the Pearl Harbor Memorial Parade, in remembrance of the Dec. 7, 1941, attack.
Johnsburg High School’s Madrigal Dinner is back for this holiday season with Christmas carols and skits, as well as a three-course dinner in a setting decorated like a castle from the Middle Ages.
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With a new principal at Johnsburg Junior High School, Jamison Pearce, students were welcomed back Tuesday with a red carpet, music, balloons and fanfare.
A new state law that takes effect this upcoming academic year regarding how Illinois schools handle sex education likely won’t mean sweeping changes regarding how the subject is taught in McHenry County classrooms, officials said.
Johnsburg High School won first place in the competition with its “Sweet and Savory Charcuterie Boards” idea.
Fourteen contestants from nine schools participated in the McHenry County Regional Office of Education’s annual spelling bee, which went 16 rounds before Johnsburg Elementary School’s Travis Melnick won.