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Newspapers in Education

Newspapers in Education

The Kane County Chronicle provides newspapers to local schools at no charge.  Newspapers are a great resource of information and current events, bringing new life to lesson plans!

The Kane County Chronicle E-edition, an online version of the daily paper viewed in the exact same layout as the printed edition, is also available!  Save paper and time by utilizing this valuable resource and go green!

To order newspapers for your classroom, please call Customer Service at (800) 589-9363.  You may also email your request to circulation@shawsuburban.com.


Chronicle Achievement Program (CAP)

The Chronicle Achievement Program recognizes local high school seniors for excellence in academics, leadership, and character.  Each month, from September through March, twelve schools nominate one student to be recognized.  Each student's photo, along with a list of accomplishments and activities is printed in the Kane County Chronicle on the last Thursday of the month. 

In May, each student will be invited to attend a reception held in their honor, where seven students will be drawn at random to receive a $500 scholarship to the college of their choice.  Students are invited to bring two family members and their nominating faculty member.  All students are individually recognized and presented with a certificate in recognition of their achievements.  CAP students should look for their invitation in the mail in early April.  R.S.V.P. required.

For questions regarding the Chronicle Achievement Program, call Kelsey Rakers at 630-845-5241.


Kane County Spelling Bee

Each spring, the Kane County Chronicle hosts the Kane County Spelling bee for grades 8 and under.  Kane County schools are invited to register for the Bee through Scripps at www.spellingbee.com.  Each school will select a champion to move forward to the Semi-Finals.  The top students from the Semi-Finals will be invited to compete at the Kane County Spelling Bee Championship.  The Kane County Spelling Bee Champion will receive prizes and an all-expenses paid trip to Washington DC to compete in the Scripps National Spelling Bee.

For questions regarding the Kane County Spelling Bee, please contact Kelsey Rakers at 630-845-5241.

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