Sharon Patchak-Layman, a longtime member of both the OPRF and D97 school boards, has suggested a fix to D97's space issues at its current location. Patchak-Layman told Wednesday Journal last week that she thinks D97 should move its central office locations to OPRF.
Maggie Anderson, whose family in 2009 decided to purchase all their goods and services from black-owned businesses to support minority entrepreneurship, appeared on CSPAN Aug. 29. It was the same night GOP vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan gave his acceptance speech.
District 97 is seeking dedicated individuals from the community who are interested in taking an active role in shaping the future of our schools by applying to serve in a voluntary capacity on our Finance Oversight and Review Committee (FORC).
Student Caitlin Kenoian played the villainess Ursula and wore an elaborate costume featuring the sea witch's long, octopus tentacles. But these tentacles were moving, thanks to the Vex Robotics club at Brooks Middle School.