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Second City writer speaks with Honors English students


Glenn Earich, a writer for Second City in Chicago, visited with students in Jim Drier’s Honors English class Jan. 23.An Ohio State University graduate, Earich also has been teaching at the Second City Training Center since 2000. Read More

Music-filled dramatic comedy comes to MHS


Teenagers dealing with serious illness is generally not a subject that elicits humor, but they do say that laughter is the best medicine. Get the details by seeing John Lennon & Me, the Winter Play to be presented by Mundelein Theatre. Read More

New policy for building entrance after hours


Beginning Monday, January 28, all exterior doors at the high school campus will be locked after dismissal and entry for all after school activities will only be through the main entrance, Door ONE (1). The lower level parking lot near the stadium should become the secondary parking area for after hour activities. Read More

MHS to welcome new freshmen, parents at Class of 2023 Night


All eight grade students who will be attending MHS next year, along with their parents, are encouraged to attend the Class of 2023 Curriculum Night and Activities/Athletics Fair Wednesday, January 23. Read More

Mayors Cup STEM Challenge March 17


The annual Mayors Cup STEM Challenge will take place Sunday, March 17 from noon to 4 p.m. Interested students should register with their math teachers no later than March 1. Read More

Community Forum to explore marijuana legislation


Catalyst Community Forum Wednesday, January 30th, 7:00 - 9:00 PM Adlai E. Stevenson High School (recital hall) This forum, hosted by local Catalyst students, will feature experts such as Kevin Sabet, President of Smart Approaches to Marijuana, Dale Quigley, Deputy Director from High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas; Peter Bensinger former head of the DEA; and community activists from Compton, California. Read More