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  • District 113 superintendent may leave early

    District 113 superintendent to step down early
    Township School District 113 Superintendent George Fornero will retire effective June 29, 2015 -- two years ahead of the scheduled termination of his contract. At a special meeting Monday night, the District 113 school board approved the resignation...
  • 7th graders to try new math curriculum in District 365U

    7th graders to try new math curriculum in District 365U
    The Valley View School District 365U school board voted to implement a pilot math curriculum for 7th graders that emphasizes real-world applications. The program will cost $28,000 for student and teacher textbooks from Carnegie Learning, and will...
  • Osceola high school students still waiting for report cards

    Osceola high school students still waiting for report cards
    High school students and recent graduates in Osceola County are still waiting for their final spring grades, even as Back to School shopping gets underway. More than six weeks after school let out for the year, district officials are still unsure that...
  • READER SUBMITTED:

    Elmer Thienes-Mary Hall Elementary School in Marlborough will open on Wednesday, August 27, 2014. School hours are: Grades 1-6 are 8:35-3:05 p.m. Morning Kindergarten - 8:35-11:20 a.m. Afternoon Kindergarten - 12:20-3:05 p.m. Morning Pre-school - 8:50-11:...
  • Winnifred Cook Huder: Food and family were constants for ex-teacher

    Winnifred Cook Huder: Food and family were constants for ex-teacher
    If there was one thing Winnifred Cook Huder was known for, it was her skills behind a hot stove. Whatever the occasion — a housewarming, a sick friend, a family gathering — Huder was ready with a baked ham, black-eyed peas and other Southern...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Windsor Locks Public Schools Destroying 2008 Special Education Files

    The Windsor Locks Public Schools Department of Special Services will be destroying Special Education files pursuant to State of Connecticut guidelines on students who graduated in 2008. Transcripts, however, will be retained for 50 years. The Windsor...
  • BOE approves 2014-15 school budget

    The Killingly Board of Education approved the 2014-2015 budget presented by Superintendent Kevin Farr at a special meeting on July 16. Farr gave a break-down of where the voter-approved $39,488,458 education budget would be spent in 67 different accounts....
  • Tensions at Pasadena City College threaten school's reputation

    Tensions at Pasadena City College threaten school's reputation
    Pasadena City College's stature as one of the state's best two-year schools wasn't lost on members of a visiting team of advisors this year. "You've got a great reputation," one member told campus employees. But that reputation, and maybe even the...
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  • Bommarito's gym attracts athletes of all levels to South Florida

    Bommarito's gym attracts athletes of all levels to South Florida
    Two-a-days and position battles in the sweltering South Florida sun are just around the corner. With most teams beginning camp next week, including the Dolphins on Friday, many NFL players travel to South Florida to gain an edge on their peers before...
  • ACT edged out as state brings in new high school exams

    ACT edged out as state brings in new high school exams
    The popular ACT college entrance exam has been bumped from the roster of required state tests in 2015, part of a wave of changes reshaping how and when Illinois students are tested, which drew criticism from educators across the Chicago region. The exam...