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  • Several National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists In West Hartford

    Several National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists In West Hartford
    Students at area high schools are in the running for national merit scholarships, which will be awarded this spring. WEST HARTFORD — Students at Farmington Valley high schools are in the running for national merit scholarships, which will be...
  • Englander is Hillel's new head of school

    When Rabbi Adam Englander, the new head of school of Hillel Day School of Boca Raton, was in just his second year of teaching, he already knew he wanted to be a school administrator. Englander said; "I knew I could make a great impact from that side of a...
  • Middle School Teacher Promoted To Health, Physical Education Administrator

    EAST HARTFORD — A health and physical education teacher at East Hartford Middle School has been hired as the school system's supervisor of health and physical education for grades K-12. Tracy Stefano's first day in the new position was Monday....
  • The Home Economist: Don't let your name determine financial actions

    For high school seniors across the country, the school year has just started. But for so many, this one brings a slew of culminations, including the last time these kids will line up alphabetically by last name. While public schools rules say kids can be...
  • Coral Springs students organize 9-11 fundraising climb

    Coral Springs students organize 9-11 fundraising climb
    Students at a Coral Springs high school are organizing a 200-person, 72-story climb to raise money for families of firefighters who died in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. The Coral Springs 9-11 Memorial Stair Climb, put together by the kids of...
  • Family sues District 34 over art class injury

    Family sues District 34 over art class injury
    The parents of a former Springman Middle School student filed a lawsuit against Glenview School District 34, saying their daughter was seriously injured in an art class this spring. The complaint, filed in May, alleges that the 14-year-old girl, an...
  • School bus problems persist in Downers Grove area

    School bus problems persist in Downers Grove area
    Matt Pundmann had a word to describe school bus service in Downers Grove so far this year: inconsistent. "Sometimes they don't show up and every day there's a different driver," Pundmann recently told Grade School District 58 officials. "It's a security...
  • Palm Beach State remedial enrollment plummets

    Palm Beach State remedial enrollment plummets
    The number of students taking remedial classes at Palm Beach State College has dropped by nearly half in the past year, but that doesn't mean they're suddenly better prepared. A new state law, effective this fall semester, allows students who have...
  • Gloucester Schools reviewing class size options

    Although initial enrollment numbers for the new school year are down compared to 2013, Gloucester school officials are looking to review the division’s class size ratios. Last week, the Gloucester County School Board discussed lower class sizes...
  • District 113 picks search firm to find new superintendent

    District 113 picks search firm to find new superintendent
    A search firm has been chosen to help fill four top positions in Township High School District 113, including a new superintendent to replace George Fornero, who will retire next June. At a recent meeting, school board members approved the hire of...
  • Southington Hires New Director Of Pupil Services

    SOUTHINGTON — Margaret T. Walsh has been appointed as the school system's director of pupil services. Walsh, a Southington resident, was appointed by the school board Sept. 11. In her new post, she will guide the special education division. She...