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Elementary Schools

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  • With falling enrollment, Easton to study eliminating school

    With falling enrollment, Easton to study eliminating school
    The Easton Area School District is eyeing the possibility of eliminating one elementary school to save money and make better use of the district's facilities, although the superintendent is cautioning the public that it will be a long process and...
  • Putnam Board of Education announces leadership change at high school

    Putnam High School Principal Joseph Ptaszynski will be passing the baton to Vice Principal Jacqueline Vetrovec when the academic year ends in June. The Board of Education accepted his resignation with regrets at their Nov. 18 meeting. The 65-year-old...
  • State Allocates More Money for New Sandy Hook Elementary School

    The State Bond Commission on Wednesday approved another $5 million for the planning and design of a new Sandy Hook Elementary School. The money is part of the state's commitment to spend up to $50 million to build a new educational facility for the...
  • Boundary proposal for Virginia Shuman Young riles parents

    Boundary proposal for Virginia Shuman Young riles parents
    A Fort Lauderdale parent is proposing a boundary change that would allow more students in her neighborhood to attend Virginia Shuman Young next year, the highly sought-after elementary Montessori school. Ana Corujo, who proposed the plan, said she...
  • Former 2-room Wiesbrook school bulldozed

    Former 2-room Wiesbrook school bulldozed
    A 75-year-old house on Wheaton's southwest side that served as Wiesbrook Elementary School for more than 20 years before being converted to a single-family house a half century ago was demolished on Monday. The house at 2S411 Wiesbrook Road, which faced...
  • Teachers test new way of understanding how kids learn

    Teachers test new way of understanding how kids learn
    On the floor of a kindergarten classroom at Holly Ridge Elementary School, Michelle Russolese watches five children closely as they discuss the letter "M." She asks them what sound an M makes. One boy isn't sure. "What is the action trick?" the teacher...
  • Rachel's Challenge given to Windermere students

    Fifth and sixth grade students at Windermere School in Ellington got a sampling of what Rachel Scott's life stood for, before and after she lost her life at Columbine High School in 1999. Eliana Reyes, an ambassador of the Rachel's Challenge...
  • Tennis Ball nets more than 970 attendees to benefit An Achievable Dream

    Tennis Ball nets more than 970 attendees to benefit An Achievable Dream
    More than 970 people attended An Achievable Dream's benefit Tennis Ball Saturday at the Hampton Roads Convention Center, according to Amy Ritchie, director of public relations and marketing for the organization. Attendance was about the same as last...
  • Local student grows super-sized cabbage

    Local student grows super-sized cabbage
    What is the biggest cabbage you have grown? I think mine has topped out at about 5 pounds.  But this year a local student showed us the way to the really big ones.  Anna Haralampiev, a student at Sunrise Elementary School in Orlando, produced a 22 pound...
  • Debate rages over how many hours Maryland students should be tested each year

    Debate rages over how many hours Maryland students should be tested each year
    Even as public school systems in Maryland and other states prepare to give longer and more challenging standardized tests this spring, a national debate has erupted over just how many hours students should be tested in a year. Teachers unions deride the...
  • Southeastern College nurses future careers at Acreage Pines

    The students at Acreage Pines Elementary School in Loxahatchee are learning much more than what's in their textbooks these days. The school recently partnered with Southeastern College to bring nursing students to the school to give children a first-...