In June, a group of teachers from Antioch Community High School, along with other members of CHSD117 and various Chicagoland school districts, had the opportunity to work with teachers from Puerto Rico through a service organization called “Relief Through Leadership.” This organization was created by CHSD117 Superintendent, Dr. Jim McKay. Over 90 Puerto Rican teachers participated in three days of professional development focusing on how to incorporate Chromebooks into their classrooms. After those three days, the group scraped and painted a commons area at a high school in Canóvanas. The impact made by the teachers from ACHS was immediate and amazing. The teachers modeled leadership through service and helped make a difference in the lives of future generations of students on the island of Puerto Rico.
Maryrose Dadivas, a talented student from Antioch Upper Grade School, has achieved remarkable success by placing second in the Lake County Treasurer’s annual 6th-8th...