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Text-A-Tip 90-Day Update
Since the official public launch of Text-A-Tip on March 14, 2016 a grand total of 90 users generated 982 texts for the period covering 3/14/16—7/1/16.
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Summer Children's Book Collection Drive at the Township Office
New Trier Township is partnering with Bernie’s Book Bank to collect new and gently used children’s books from June 27- August 12, 2016. The Township goal is to acquire 2,000 books by August 12, to benefit at-risk children. Bernie’s Book Bank collects, processes and distributes quality new and gently used children’s books to significantly increase book ownership among at-risk infants, toddlers and school-age children throughout Chicagoland.
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Text-A-Tip 60 Day Report
In March 2016, New Trier Township and Lead (Linking Efforts Against Drugs) launched Text-A-Tip, a confidential, text-based system providing an extra layer of counseling support for students in grades 5-12. The preliminary 60-day usage report is now available to the public. In our 90-day analysis, LEAD will provide specific breakdowns on the topical trends (reasons students are using the Text-A-Tip system). We anticipate more refined usage results at the 90-day mark as all schools come online.​
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New Trier Township Annual Report 2015-16
New Trier Township’s FY2015 Annual Report is now available online at the Township’s website http://www.newtriertownship.com or in paper copies at the Township Office located at 739 Elm Street in Winnetka. The 13-page report provides an overview of fiscal year 2015 programs and services from the Township Supervisor Paddie Brennen, Township Clerk Jerome Hoynes, Township Assessor Jan Churchwell and Township Trustee Gerri Kahnweiler. The report also provides a detailed FY2015 budget and recognizes
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National Able Network Providing Career Workshops for the Unemployed
National Able Network orientation sessions provide information on WIOA ( The Workforce Investment Opportunity Act) guiding those who have been laid off or who are currently unemployed. You can take advantage of free job placement assistance that National Able Network offers. Career workshops, coaching, training assistance, job search work teams and connections are amongst the resources available. To learn more, contact Jean Crusoe at National Able Network (847) 448-8649.
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