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New Trier’s HUB7 holds open house, Glencoe Park District launches survey, Loyola hosts father-daughter night

Community members had a probability during an open house on Jan. 25 to listen to from Recent Trier faculty and administrators in regards to the importance of human-centered design in the college’s recent learning space, HUB7.

This system aligns with the district’s goal of providing students with a protected and fascinating learning environment that fosters creativity and important pondering skills.

In HUB7, Recent Trier students could have the chance to explore real-life complex problems. This system, launched by the district in partnership with the Siebel Center for Design on the University of Illinois, will help students develop the talents and mindsets needed for future college and skilled careers, in accordance with the Recent Trier Educational Foundation.

The price of HCD learning, which frequently is higher than traditional learning, is why the Recent Trier Educational Foundation has established an Innovation Fund to permit for greater flexibility in classrooms as teachers teach with and thru human-centered design.

Glencoe Park District in search of community feedback

The Glencoe Park District has launched a recent survey as a part of a broader plan to shape a sustainable future for the Glencoe community, the district said in a news release.

Residents are being asked to share their feedback to assist develop the district’s next comprehensive plan.

A community open house will probably be held from 6-8 p.m. March 6 on the Takiff Center, 999 Green Bay Road, to showcase the survey results and assessments of Glencoe Beach and the district’s parks.

Free childcare services will probably be offered on-site for individuals who need them, the district said. Those wishing to order childcare can email

The Glencoe Park District and residents are working together to construct a “sustainable future that reflects the needs and aspirations of the whole community,” the discharge says.

Fathers and daughters at Loyola’s D4 event on Feb. 2 in Skokie.

Loyola dads and daughters enjoy night out

A recent Loyola Academy event was a special night for Ramblers daughters and dads.

The 2024 D4: Dinner Dance for Daughters and Dads on Feb. 2 at Evanston Golf Club in Skokie provided students a probability to enjoy dinner, dance and carnival fun.

D4 is an annual event that alternates with Mom Prom. This 12 months’s event offered music from DJ Anthony, carnival games, a roaming magician, cotton candy, and more. Raffle drawings also played a key role within the festivities, with prizes comparable to restaurant gift cards, a Tiffany necklace, Stanley gift baskets and more.

To cap the night, one student’s name from each grade was drawn as a part of a category raffle. This included two tickets to prom for our senior winner.

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