New Trier: Integrated Global Studies School recognized for reduction of energy use
- Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 25 Mar 2010, p. 17, 18
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- Students in New Trier's Integrated Global Studies School (IGSS) were recently recognized by the Village of Northfield for their efforts to reduce energy use in the communities New Trier serves through a series of community blackouts. The first community blackout day in Northfield is scheduled May 16.
Northern Illinois National Forensic League District Tournament held at Glenbrook North High School March 5-6.
The following team members qualified for the National Tournament to be held in Kansas City in June: Joseph Eichenbaum and David Walchak - Public Forum Debate; Jacqueline Sutherland - First Place, Original Oratory; Lindsey Olson - First Place, Dramatic Interpretation; and Nicholas Steen - First Place, United States Extemporaneous Speaking.
Other New Trier team members who placed in finals were: Naomi Camp - Fifth Place, Original Oratory; Teddy Austin and Fionna Millet - Fourth Place, Duo Interpretation; Fionna Millet - Sixth Place, Dramatic Interpretation; Rebecca Schwartz - Fifth Place, Dramatic Interpretation; and Doug Lavey - Best Presiding Officer and Seventh Speaker.
Individuals and businesses looking to employ New Trier High School students should contact Molly Ottolini in the Career Center.
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