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Our next Public Buffet will be November 19th. At this time we are full and no longer accepting reservations. Have a safe and happy Thanksgiving!

HOSA LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE

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Wilco CNA students traveled to Decatur last weekend for the fall HOSA Leadership Conference. Students attending were, front row L to R: Violetta Villafuerte from Plainfield South, Alicia Leonard, also from South and Zach Sinnock from Plainfield Central. Back row L to R: Emma Steininger, Luis Simental, and Cait Morris all from South and Haley DiNello, Lockport, Glorida Awin-Ongya, Romeoville and Amanda Langford, Lockport. read more

TOYS FOR TOTS

The Wilco Fire Science and EMS students are official Toys for Tots sponsors and Wilco is an official drop off point. Anyone interested in donating a toy by December 10th, we are collecting. They do have rules: • New, unwrapped toys in their original package only • Toys designed for boys/girls 12 and under • . . . read more

Dress for Test Success

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Intro to Health. Mrs. Marco

Did you know how you dress the day of the exam may have an impact on your test score? Recently members of Mrs. Marco’s Intro to Health class took the challenge by dressing up for a recent exam in an effort to give themselves that little extra edge. While there may not be concrete evidence to prove that dressing better . . . read more

Public Buffet Schedule

Click here to see the schedule of this year's buffets Please take note when you look at the schedule that the Public Buffets are . . .

Buffet Menu

NOTICE! The Public Buffet is not always the 1st Wednesday! Please check the schedule! November 19, 2014 Menu  

Deli Menu for the Week

Click here for the deli menu for the week of 11-3-14 Click here for the deli menu for the week of 11-10-14

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Wilco Area Career Center 500 Wilco Blvd Romeoville, IL  60446

815.838.6941

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Please be aware of construction projects here at the school. Do not cross caution tape!

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