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Crow Island third-grader Madisen Vint (left) receives instruction from Skokie School teacher Michael Greenman on how to use a WPSF-funded virtual reality art program called Tilt Brush at the open house Thursday, Jan. 17, at the Winnetka Community House. Libby Elliott/22nd Century Media
Crow Island third-graders demonstrate their school’s new multi-use classroom furniture at the WPSF’s annual Carlson Event Thursday, Jan. 17, at the Winnetka Community House.
Libby Elliott, Freelance Reporter
12:57 am CST January 22, 2019
When the Winnetka Public Schools Foundation’s current co-chairs, Kim Ronan and Megan Panje-Wilson, sat down last fall to plan the nonprofit organization’s annual Carlson Event, they realized they had a problem, albeit a good problem.