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District 15 staff will visit Japan

Three members of the District 15 staff - two principals and a teacher selected by Superintendent John G. Conyers - will participate this summer in an exchange program sponsored by the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Chicago.

The staff members are Karen Hindman, delegation leader and principal of Frank C. Whiteley School in Hoffman Estates; Cheryl Quinn, principal of Plum Grove Junior High School in Rolling Meadows; and Patience Falk, an English as a Second Language teacher at Plum Grove Junior High. They will spend two weeks in Japan as part of the JCCC Educational Exchange Program.

The program gives educators a firsthand view of the Japanese educational system; as well as aspects of Japanese culture and society.

Morning session spots still open for golf outing

Practice your swing and contribute to the education of local children at the same time during the Schaumburg Township Elementary School Foundation's fifth annual golf outing Wednesday. Spots for the morning session of the outing, which begins at 6:15 a.m., are still open.

The event will be held at the Poplar Creek Country Club, 1400 Poplar Creek Drive in Hoffman Estates. The cost for the morning session is $115. The registration deadline is Tuesday. For details, call (847) 352-0652.

Library offers a slew of adult programs in June

June continues to be an eventful month at the Schaumburg Township District Library. Programs include:

- "Elderhostel," the nation's largest educational travel organization for older adults, will be featured from 7:30 to 9 p. …

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