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Middle school students in the Shanksville-Stonycreek School District have just completed a two year period with the Pennsylvania Department of Health’s Active Schools Grant program. Heather Birch (3rd year) and David Mapes (39th year), health and...
Some 30,000 Chicago Public Schools students will learn about eye health in a pilot program aimed to get children and their parents to take vision more seriously. Prevent Blindness America, based in Chicago, gave the district 1,000 kits of its new Star...
email@example.comImagine that money and space were not an issue. Then think about what kind of programs you would want Washington County public school children to experience. That's what Washington County Public Schools asked a group of about 100 volunteers to do last...
Imperial Valley PressActing Calexico Unified School District Superintendent Richard Fragale and Associated Calexico Teachers President Enrique Cervantes announced they have come to a tentative agreement for this year’s and next year’s master school calendar. The...
Tags: Schools, Elections, Politics, Teaching and Learning, Waterford
With the cutback in school funding that is approaching, maybe we should stop and rethink some of the proposed cuts that have been suggested. The problem is where they are going to make them. The fine arts appear destined for the shelf, and it seems that...
Tags: Elections, Politics, Teaching and Learning, Education
It should come as no surprise that the most important factor in college admissions is grades in rigorous courses. So unless your student is going to be a recruited athlete or an actress on Broadway, extracurricular activities should never trump...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhen Diana Reyes was attending North Hagerstown and Williamsport high schools during the late 1990s, there were not many other Hispanic students to be found. In the late 2000s, when her twin brothers attended Williamsport High and then entered Hagerstown...
Tags: Homes, Elections, African Americans, Politics, Prisons
Statement from Interim Superintendent Dr. Susan Enfield At its meeting this evening the School Board voted 6-1 to appoint Dr. Susan Enfield as Interim Superintendent. The appointment is effective immediately and extends through June 30, 2012. The...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterAs March madness rages in Indianapolis -- at the Statehouse -- parents cozy up to something they know for certain: girls playing basketball in a public school. Woosh. Two points for another team of fifth- and sixth-graders. Sit next to a parent for a...
Tags: Sports, Basketball, Elections, Politics, Tony Bennett
Tribune reporterHoping to learn more about new charter school proposals in Chicago, several hundred parents, teachers and activists crowded into a South Side community center this morning for a contentious, sometimes theatrical, meeting about education in the city. The...
email@example.comWashington County made its case for another $3.1 million in school construction funding on Wednesday, on top of nearly $6 million already in Gov. Martin O'Malley's proposed fiscal 2012 budget. Washington County Public Schools Superintendent Elizabeth...
Lynchburg is taking the next step in dealing with the continuing problems at Heritage High School. A Task Force was announced at a press conference Tuesday afternoon. The task force will be made up of members from city council and the school board,...
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