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Upcoming Events
MAR 25
Google's CS First Program
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
MAR 28
Student-Centered Coaching
8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
APR 1
Trauma-Informed Practices Online Course 2
Start: Apr 1, 2019 End: May 5, 2019 Multi-Day Event


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As public educators, we believe public education works. We reject the premise that education in Illinois has failed but recognize its impact has not been equitably delivered to all student populations and that there are opportunities for continuous support. 

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Four years after its debut, a new statewide study from regional school superintendents finds Illinois’ serious teacher shortage continues to worsen, especially in school districts in central and southern Illinois. Click the title to read more.

The Department of Curriculum and Instruction at Western Illinois University is sharing the Summer 2019 schedule. The schedule includes graduate offerings in language arts, reading, science curriculum in the elementary school, and special education. All of the courses for this summer are online offerings and will be taught by tenured or tenure-track faculty within the department. Click the title above to learn more.

For over 26 years, the Illinois Sheriffs’ Association has been awarding scholarships for youth to attend the Cebrin Goodman Teen Institute (CGTI). CGTI is a 5-day youth leadership conference sponsored by the Illinois Alcoholism and Drug Dependence Association (IADDA). It is an award-winning program that offers opportunities for teenagers around the state to learn about leadership, healthy choices and working with others to create better communities. Click the title to learn more.

The "Forever Home" series features interviews with WIU alumni who have chosen to make Macomb (and/or WIU) their home after graduation. Before Tom and Gayle Carper were leaders in the Macomb community, the two first met when their academic and career paths converged at Western Illinois University in the 1970s. 

Attention Community Members:
ROYALS needs 15 Minutes of Your Time!

ROYALS needs your help in assisting students in finding a career path. Career awareness is a vital piece to finding post-secondary success.

Could you spend 15 minutes with us describing your career path? We want to hear about the perfect transitions from school to career, but we need to hear about the indirect paths that are so often taken! We are asking you, and others you know, to come visit with us at our ROYALS Macomb, ROYALS Canton or ROYALS Carthage sites. Please contact Principal Lori Bilbrey at (309) 575-3241 or [email protected] to schedule your opportunity to give “15 for our Future.”

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