Homewood-Flossmoor High School students may have new career opportunities later this decade as District 233 joins with five other high school districts, Prairie State College and the SPEED Cooperative in forming the South Career and Technical Education Center.
Johnnie Thomas, superintendent of Rich Township District 227, made a presentation on the career center to the District 233 board at its June 21 meeting. Thomas, who is spearheading the initiative, said the plans have been in the works “for almost two years.” He said the project has gone through an initial review by the Illinois State Board . . .
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