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Elementary Schools

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  • Interest in Glendale Unified's dual-language, magnet programs continues to grow

    A computerized program will soon determine which students will be placed in Glendale’s elementary dual-language and magnet-school programs for the next school year, when the window to enroll comes to a close later this week. So far, 1,173 students...
  • Orange County school, closed because of asbestos, is back in session

    Orange County school, closed because of asbestos, is back in session
    School is in session again at an Orange County school that was closed for months after asbestos was discovered. Oak View Elementary was one of three campuses closed when the hazardous mineral fiber was discovered during an 11-campus modernization...
  • Palm Beach schools face $177,000 class size fine

    Palm Beach schools face $177,000 class size fine
    After three years of compliance, the Palm Beach County school district expects to pay a $177,224 fine for having too many students over the state-mandated class size caps this year. Chief operating officer Mike Burke said the cost of complying with the...
  • Warren Elementary fifth-graders step out on dance floor [Cockeysville]

    Shall we dance? That's was the question among the fifth-graders at Warren Elementary School as they recently took part in a week-long ballroom dance program. Sponsored by the PTA, this fun offering from the Baltimore County Public Schools' dance and...
  • 3 months later, O.C. school closed by asbestos scare to reopen

    3 months later, O.C. school closed by asbestos scare to reopen
    Students displaced from a Huntington Beach grade school will begin returning to campus on Tuesday, more than three months after three schools were closed because of an asbestos scare. Many of the students who attended the three campuses have been...
  • Lake Silver Elementary touted as model for sales tax hike's success

    Lake Silver Elementary touted as model for sales tax hike's success
    Lake Silver Elementary School, which is now celebrating its first semester in the newly renovated and reconstructed building, is being held up by Orange County’s public school leaders as a great example of what can be done when the county has the...
  • Instrumental to learning

    Instrumental to learning
    On the back wall, the word “music” was spelled down a broad, white stripe in the midst of various academic subjects: the M came from music, the U from language, S from history, I from reading and C from science. Dark brown ukuleles lined the...
  • A chat with IMSA students, Silicon Valley's future innovators

    A chat with IMSA students, Silicon Valley's future innovators
    Cupcakes vanished faster than a megabyte of storage at the alma mater of YouTube co-founder Steve Chen on Wednesday, where hundreds of whiz kids massed to hear the name of the innovation hub that will be built from Chen's $1 million gift to their high...
  • Naperville girls ready to take on robotics world

    Naperville girls ready to take on robotics world
    Four Naperville girls got involved in a school robotics program because “it’s not about the destination, it’s the journey.” Now they’re finding the destination could be a part of their journey. Kendall Elementary School...
  • Teachers turn to the web for funding help

    Teachers turn to the web for funding help
    After dipping into their own pockets to enrich their classes, local teachers are turning to a crowd-funding website for help with classroom materials. The nonprofit DonorsChoose.org allows teachers at public and charter schools to post their project...
  • Educators check out new tech firsthand

     Educators check out new tech firsthand
    Alan Farms says the need for students to engage with technology at New Beginnings High School in Winter Haven, where he leads academic programs, means educators need to keep up. "The YouTube generation learns differently than we did," Farms said at a...