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Second-graders research City of Mattoon

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Arland D. Williams Jr. Elementary School second-graders are learning about the City of Mattoon. They have researched the history of Mattoon and created two Power Points included below. The second-graders and their teachers visited several Mattoon locations Oct. 17 including the Burger King, de Buhr's, a local mural, the library, the train depot,the fire station,  the YMCA and the Mattoon High School building trades home which is . . .

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Proceeds from admission fee to be donated to Conlon fund

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Riddle Elementary School Principal Christy Hild reflected this week on the loss of teacher Nancy Conlon one year ago this week. Conlon’s infectious laugh, sense of humor, mentoring of other teachers and sharing ideas as well as her creative and and fun assignments that spurred children to want to learn are truly missed at Riddle. However, her unwavering dedication to helping students continues in a fund that serves as a tribute . . .

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Students unearth objects in archaeology assignment

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Mattoon Middle School social science students are learning by digging. Teacher Debbie Seaman said she and her husband both grew up on farms that were in their families for several generations. To assist Debbie Seaman with an archaeology lesson, her husband began digging around the farms and found many interesting items. Seaman placed those items into five different boxes filled with sand and set up separate stations around her . . .

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MHS homecoming bebops back to the 1950s

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The week long Homecoming festivities ended in high gear with the annual homecoming dance. Freshmen-seniors enjoyed dancing, photos and fun during the dance hosted Oct. 7, 2017 in the MHS gym. MHS student council turned back time to the 1950s as the theme. Old 45s and albums decorated the entry way. The stage was decorated with a lighted cardboard car and soda. Click the thumbnails to view the photos:

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Students attend SEED conference

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The Deaf and Hard of Hearing high school class traveled to Illinois State University to represent Mattoon at a SEED (Search, Empower, Experience, Deaf) conference. The students heard from other deaf college students and participated in sessions discussing future plans and how best to prepare for life after high school. Thanks Debbie Rotramel of EIASE Deaf and Hard of Hearing program for sharing the information and photos!

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Green Wave fan presented with autographed football

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Mattoon High School football coaches present super Green Wave fan Dean Coleman with an autographed football Oct. 6, 2017 at halftime of the homecoming game. Coleman, a season ticket holder for decades, will be leaving Mattoon to be closer to his family. Hail Green Wave and Hail Dean Coleman! To read more about Dean Coleman, click the following link: . . .

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District to meet with first responders to evaluate plans

Press Release from Mattoon Police Department and Mattoon Community Unit School District #2 September 29, 2017 Mattoon Community Unit School District 2 administrators will meet with law enforcement and emergency responders in the coming days to review the response related to the Sept. 20 shooting incident at Mattoon High School. A student shooter fired several rounds in the cafeteria on Sept. 20. One student was shot and . . .

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District appreciates the support and offer of donations

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The school district is deeply appreciative of the many acts of kindness over the last week.  The community has supported our students and staff in countless ways.  For your generosity, we are forever grateful. Among those acts of kindness are recent offers to donate money directly or from proceeds generated through the sales of “Mattoon Strong” items. We sought the advice of our local auditor, Kemper CPA . . .

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Grant encourages teachers to integrate arts

Teachers who integrate visual art, drama, dance, music or a combination of those disciplines into their classroom studies may receive a grant of up to $1,000. Jamie Shortal Willis, a retired Mattoon art teacher, and her family, are encouraging teachers to integrate art in their classrooms. The Shortal Foundation Grant rewards a teacher or a group of teachers with up to $1,000 earmarked for the classroom project. Potential . . .

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