The Shepard girls swim and dive team volunteered to package meals for Feed My Starving Children in late September.
Retired District 218 administrator Eileen Korhonen, the wife of legendary coach Gary Korhonen, and her granddaughter cut the ribbon at the first Richards home football game to celebrate the completion of the new turf field.
Staff members from Eisenhower High School gathered the morning of Friday, September 10 to mark 20 years since 9/11.
The U.S. Air Force JROTC program from Shepard marked 20 years since 9/11 with an 11-mile Walk of Remembrance. As students walked the track classmates read the names of all victims.
The U.S. Navy JROTC program from Richards High School marked 20 years since 9/11 with the reading of the Presidential Proclamation and an 11-mile Walk of Remembrance.
Leo Club from Eisenhower volunteered on September 12 at the Rose Walk to benefit Blue Cap in Blue Island.
Astros Dance Team from Shepard High School performed at the Back to School Parade sponsored by the Village of Robbins.
Moraine Valley Community College and District 218 once again hosted fun and engaging STEAM Camps for students entering grades 2 to 4 and 5 to 7 this summer.
Congratulations to Eisenhower senior Caleb Brantley (pictured at Scholarship Night with Principal Dr. Erik Briseno) on winning the National Speech and Debate Association national championship in the category of Expository Speech! Caleb heads to Howard University this fall.
Congratulations to Shepard junior Damari Reed on winning the Illinois Wrestling Coaches and Officials Association state championship at 152 pounds!