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The sun kept the track and Hinsdale Central and Hinsdale South High Schools students warm during the day as they walked laps to raise money for school activities from Saturday to Sunday morning. | Jon Langham/For Sun-Times Media  5/17/14

Hinsdale District 86 24-hour relay brings cool weather, fun time

<p>Patrick Quinn | Submitted</p>

Nazareth Academy Student Focus: Evans Scholar Patrick Quinn

This week, we meet Patrick Quinn, Class of 2014 at Nazareth Academy.

Hinsdale Central Senior Chris Borg asks the District 86 School Board to expunge the suspension he received May 8 for wearing a T-shirt that depicts and an AK47 rifle. | Kimberly Fornek/Sun-Times Media  May 12, 2014

Hinsdale Central student's suspension expunged, dress code may be revised

Hinsdale Central senior Christopher Borg said not only did he get his one-day suspension expunged, but school officials have asked for his input on revising how the dress code...

The Clarendon Hills Middle School PTO has raised about $120,000 in hopes of having a wood floor installed in the school's gym. | Chuck Fieldman/Sun-Times Media

PTO fundraising may bring wood floor to Clarendon Hills Middle School gym

A major fundraising effort by the Clarendon Hills Middle School PTO is aimed at purchasing a new wood floor for the gym at the school, which has the tile floor that was...

<p>Hinsdale District 86 administration building | Sun-Times Media File&nbsp;</p>

Hinsdale Central District 86 school board approves hiring six more teachers

Further analysis confirmed the need for additional staff at Hinsdale Central High School next year, District 86 officials said

This image on a T-shirt worn by a Hinsdale Central student caused the student to be suspended May 8. Chris Borg believes the image does not violate the school dress code. | Kimberly Fornek/Sun-Times Media  May 12, 2014

Hinsdale Central student to appeal suspension for T-shirt showing rifle

Student suspensions usually are confidential matters, but one Hinsdale Central High School student decided to go public with his.

Tatum Reitz and Stefania Sarkic (right) rehearse a scene from the Hinsdale South Deaf Drama Club Spring play "Eye Spy Pi," as other cast members create a background in motion. | Jon Cunningham/For Sun-Times Media

District 86 Deaf Drama Club performs 'Eye-Spy, PI'

A full dress rehearsal for the student production of “Eye-Spy, PI” is in full swing at Hinsdale South High School in Darien.

<p>Hinsdale South High School&rsquo;s Deaf Academic Bowl team. Back row: Gallaudet University President Alan Hurwitz (from left), coaches Kathy Craig and Jamie Nick, Director of Youth Services at Gallaudet Jesse Saunders; Front row: Lauren Putz, Steven Putz, Stefania Sarkic, Rodrigo Scofield. | Provided</p>

Hinsdale South deaf and hard of hearing students finish second at Academic Bowl

Senior Lauren Putz was named All Star for the Midwest Region for the second straight year. Sophomores Steven Putz, Stephanie Sarkic and Rodrigo Scofield complete the nationally...

<p>Music teacher Jen Burkemper calls for a holding a high note at choir rehearsal. The Treble Choir and the Symphonic Orchestra at Hinsdale Central High School rehearsed their music for holiday concerts. | Sun-Times Media file photo</p>

2 more teachers may be added at Hinsdale Central

In early April, Domenico Maniscalco recommended Central be staffed with the full-time equivalent of 210.8 faculty members.

<p>Sun-Times Media file photo</p>

Art room, tennis court upgrades planned for Hinsdale Central

Midwest Sports Surfaces LLC of Westmont, the lowest of three bidders, was hired for $44,000.

Students named National Merit Scholarship recipients

Area high school seniors were named Wednesday as recipients of $2,500 college scholarships from the National Merit Scholarship Corp.

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