Richmond-Burton High School District 157
Katie Murphy has been working to bring new, nationally recognized biomedical pathway classes to Richmond-Burton High School.
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.
Richmond-Burton High School District 157 Board President Tracey Highley resigned from the board this week, citing a move out of the district.
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Almost 20% of McHenry County is without power as of early Thursday morning
With McHenry County under an ice storm warning from 6 a.m. Wednesday through Thursday morning, a number of area schools have been cancelled.
McHenry County residents deal with another round of snow on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2023, after a winter storm moved through McHenry County creating hazardous driving conditions.
All McHenry County schools not already on winter break have closed or will dismiss early on Thursday due to the impending snow.
More than a hundred candidates across 19 school districts have filed to run for school board in the past week across McHenry County, meaning a dozen districts can expect to see competitive races heading into April.
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A Richmond-Burton High School teacher has been charged with misdemeanor counts of battery and disorderly conduct this week after police allege he touched a student’s buttocks in September, court records show.
Leadership Greater McHenry County announced its Youth Class of 2023, which pairs students from every high school in the county with a community member or Leadership Greater McHenry County alum.
Suzanne Johnson is sometimes at Richmond-Burton High School as early as three in the morning in order to prep and bake fresh pastries for what has become a very popular pop-up bakery.
Harvard District 50 officials canceled their first days back from winter break this week, opting to keep classrooms shut Thursday and Friday due to COVID-19 cases among staff, the superintendent said.
Without some type of influx of transportation staff or another schedule rearrangement allowing fewer drivers to transport more children, McHenry County education officials fear an unmanageable transportation conundrum will arise this winter as more drivers need days off for illness and other reasons.