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Students from District 155’s Marketing and Autos classes returned to the Chicago Auto Show on Thursday and Friday for the first time since the pandemic.
The largest auto show in the country returned to full capacity this year. Students from Cary-Grove, Crystal Lake Central, Crystal Lake South, and Prairie Ridge were able to experience the trip once again thanks to a donation of tickets from M’Lady Nissan.
Community High School District 155 received a shipment of 30,000 packages of Lysol wipes on Monday, February 13. The donation to District 155 from the Frontline Impact Project has a value of $142,500.
D155’s Board of Education named Dr. Neil Lesinski as the next superintendent during a special board meeting on February 1. He will continue to serve as principal at Cary-Grove High School until June 30 and begin his new role on July 1. He will replace Superintendent Steve Olson, who will retire at the end of this school year after completing 38 years of educational service in District 155.
District 155 recognized more than 55 business and community partners for providing students an opportunity to explore a variety of careers at its first Industry Partner Breakfast on January 20 at the Dole Mansion. The Career Experiences Program is part of a district initiative launched this school year to give students an opportunity to explore careers through internships, job shadowing, field trips, and guest speakers.
“We are committed to giving our students the chance to explore their career interests earlier in life before they make a financial commitment to pursue a degree, and with your help, this is quickly becoming a reality,” said Steve Olson, superintendent.
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