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  • CT Teacher Doubles as Children's Book Author

    CT Teacher Doubles as Children's Book Author
    Her students made her dreams of becoming an author come true! Sheila Murphy Adams is a 5th grade teacher at Pawcatuck Middle School.  "I have always loved to write," she says "when I became a teacher, I used a lot of my rhyming skills to teach...
  • The Magical, Wonderful, Totally Exhausting 'Class Book'

    The Magical, Wonderful, Totally Exhausting 'Class Book'
    I love photography and have a gorgeous camera.  One year, when my oldest son was finishing 1st grade, I think, I made a photo book as an "end of the year gift" for his teacher.  It came out great.  Everyone loved it...parents ended-up ordering soft-...
  • Community forms association to save Charles Carroll Elementary

    SILVER RUN — When Emily Brown moved to the Silver Run community with her husband Robert 15 years ago, their decision was based in part on the community's small elementary school, Charles Carroll. At that time, the couple had heard rumors of the...
  • Children's books come to life through augmented reality

    Children's books come to life through augmented reality
    At first glance, the children's book shows a one-dimensional picture of a lion. But hover a smartphone over the page, and the lion springs up in front of you. The book is among the creations of Interactive Art, a Deerfield Beach company that uses...
  • Lake Central project in final stretch before school starts

    Lake Central project in final stretch before school starts
    Soon the last of the dust will be swept away from Lake Central High School leaving only the sweet smell of new construction and the memory of a mammoth undertaking for administrators, faculty, students and those who came together to get the job done....
  • Summer writing class helps kids get creative, keep minds active

    Summer writing class helps kids get creative, keep minds active
    Alexis Spencer, 8, read a tale she had written of a superhero, Echo Woman, to eight other students at the Boys and Girls Club of Westminster on Thursday. "Once, in the city of Washington, D.C., I was walking through the beautiful city at about 10 p.m.,"...
  • Rocky Hill Gets Disappointing News On School Reimbursement Rates

    ROCKY HILL — Town educators who were looking for the state to assume the lion's share of the cost of a new intermediate school received disappointing news from Hartford this week. The school construction bill adopted by the General Assembly...
  • CPS set for $200 million in cuts; mayor floats property tax plan

     CPS set for $200 million in cuts; mayor floats property tax plan
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Wednesday detailed the fallout he attributes to Chicago Public Schools making good on a $634 million pension payment: 1,050 workers will lose their jobs, 350 vacant positions will be eliminated and several education programs will...
  • Shi Scott, 'Idol' contestant with Harford roots, shares her passion for social issues through music

    Shi Scott, 'Idol' contestant with Harford roots, shares her passion for social issues through music
    Shi Scott is excited to be back in Harford County. She’s here celebrating the 20th anniversary of Church Creek Elementary, the Belcamp school she attended when she still went by her given name, Shaina. Dressed in a flowing pink-and-black number...
  • Bushy Park kids wearing out some shoe leather [Glenwood/Glenelg/Dayton]

    Bushy Park Elementary School has proudly released the results from its Walking Wednesday program for the past year. Every Wednesday, when the weather was good, some of the students walked laps around a playing field at recess. Parent volunteers counted...
  • Community news for Vernon edition

    Russell G. Hartmann Memorial Pavilion dedication VERNON - The Russell G. Hartmann Pavilion was dedicated on Thursday, June 18, in Henry Park in Vernon. Mayor Daniel Champagne officiated the ceremony. Russell started out selling meats and groceries while...