District 203 Speaks Out
At last night’s District 203 Board of Education meeting, Superintendent Dan Bridges addressed some recent discussion in the community about the pressures students face. Bridges reminded residents of many resources for parents and students that are available through the district’s website. And urged individuals who are struggling, or those who may know of someone who is struggling, to seek help.
Lacrosse Sanctioned in 204
Lacrosse is now officially a sanctioned extracurricular sport for District 204. Approved at last night’s board meeting, this means that 204’s lacrosse teams will be able to compete against other official teams in the IHSA’s state series, like those of District 203. Due to budget constraints, the sport, which will cost over $200,000 during its first year, will be paid for entirely by parents. Though the district has promised to revisit this funding model in two years in hopes of providing financial support.
A Best Place to Live
And Niche.com has once again named Naperville as a top place to live. The website ranked Naperville as the second best city to live in America, based on public schools, crime, job opportunities, cost of living and local amenities. In this category of cities with over 100,000 residents, Ann Arbor, Michigan took top honors.
NVHS vs. NCHS
Naperville Central girls soccer had to battle strong winds and a red-hot Neuqua Valley team over the weekend. The Wildcats offense continued its run of impressive play, knocking in four goals, while picking up the team’s fourth consecutive victory. Neuqua goalie Yanel Ortiz kept the Redhawks off the score sheet with a shutout. Both Neuqua Valley and Naperville Central will join Naperville North, Benet Academy and Waubonsie Valley to take part in the Naperville Invitational over the course of the next two weeks.
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