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    AbbVie donates $40 million for a new school in North Chicago

    AbbVie Middle School Press Release 3-21-19 North Chicago Middle School Fact Sheet PRESS RELEASE AbbVie Donates $40 Million to Rebuild North Chicago Middle School – Rebuilding Neal Math & Science Academy supports student success and underscores AbbVie’s ongoing commitment to North Chicago, where the company is headquartered – Donation is part of AbbVie’s $350 million…

    Daddy Daughter Dance

    There’s an unmistakable bond between a dad and his daughter. This was evident when Green Bay Early Childhood Center hosted its annual Daddy Daughter Dance. Guests were dressed in formal attire as they danced the night away to songs that included “My Girl” by The Temptations. The magical evening included dinner, dessert, great music and…

    JA Visits Forrestal

    North Chicago Community Partners and Forrestal Elementary School had a blast hosting Junior Achievement of Chicago on Tuesday, March 5th! Volunteers from AbbVie Careers engaged in lessons about self, family and community with all students in the school, and enjoyed themselves just as much as the kiddos. Thank you to all who played a role in today’s fun- we…

    Alexander Hosts Movie Night

    Alexander hosted its annual PBIS movie night that took place on Friday, March 1st. Staff members welcomed students and parents, with blankets and chairs in hand, to the gymnasium where they enjoyed fresh popcorn, juice boxes and Incredibles 2.It was a huge success! Thanks to all who shared the evening with us!

    A Tribute to Mrs. Sanders

    AJK Academy’s latest fine arts project is a tribute to their late Assistant Principal and friend Mrs. Louise Sanders. Inspired by glass artist Dale Chihuly, 5th grade art students who knew her best, created a vibrant mobile constructed of water bottles. The cascading bottles, with shades of blue, symbolize colorectal cancer awareness. This beautiful piece…

    Health Professions Education Consortium – Update

    About HPEC The equation is simple: Healthcare-related organizations and businesses need trained, prepared workers; and people in the community need jobs – particularly in stable career paths that offer opportunities for growth and advancement. The Health Professions Education Consortium (HPEC) exists to help those two needs become one another’s solutions. Learn more about HPEC See…

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