Category Archives: spring

Leyden High School “You Tube” Statement to the Faculty and Staff by Dr. Nick Polyak, Superintendent


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Happy Birthday, Wrigley Field !!!


April 23, 1914………Weeghman Park (Wrigley Field), opens for the first time, with the Chicago Federals as the first tenants. The Federals are part of the upstart Federal League, the 3rd Major League. The Federals will remain in Weeghman Park for … Continue reading

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A Very Frustrated Cub’s Fan


Congratulations Theo on our Last place Chicago Cubs . . . How does it feel to be 5 1/2 games back (knowing that you did nothing in the off season to improve our relief pitching) It is possible to be … Continue reading

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Groundhog Day 2019: Punxsutawney Phil predicts an early spring


Following a week of frigid temperatures that gripped the Midwest, all eyes were on Pennsylvania’s famed groundhog on Saturday in hopes of signs of relief. And Punxsutawney Phil delivered good news on Groundhog Day morning, failing to see his shadow and … Continue reading

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