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  • Chromebooks, tablets to be issued to K-12 students in District 301

    Chromebooks, tablets to be issued to K-12 students in District 301
    Central Community Unit School District 301 plans to roll out its new technology program this coming fall for students in grades kindergarten through high school. A TOSA (Teacher on Special Assignment) team has been formed to help teachers in all of...
  • Club Notes for April 24 and 25

    EDITOR'S NOTE: Club information is printed free for local nonprofit activities weekly. Submit information two weeks in advance; all items run, space permitting. Submit by: Email: commnews@capgaznews.com. Mail: Community News, The Capital, 888 Bestgate...
  • Botetourt Elementary's Megan Houtz named Gloucester's Teacher of the Year

    Botetourt Elementary's Megan Houtz named Gloucester's Teacher of the Year
    Botetourt Elementary School teacher Megan Houtz has been named the Gloucester County Public Schools Teacher of the Year. The school division honored its teachers of the year from each of the division's eight schools with a dinner on Wednesday night with...
  • Mandate gifted programs

    Mandate gifted programs
    After U.S. Sen. Barbara Mikulski announced plans to retire in 2016, advocates for high-performing students sang her praises for her steadfast support of federal initiatives to boost programming for academically gifted, low-income learners, and with it,...
  • Norfeldt School Celebrates Earth Day In West Hartford

    WEST HARTFORD — When Sam Lewis, 7, saw highway crews grinding trees into mulch several months ago, he felt a pang of sadness. So instead of birthday presents this year, Lewis asked for donations to plant more trees. His parents, Jill Pollack...
  • No redistricting for overcrowded Annapolis school

    No redistricting for overcrowded Annapolis school
    After seven months of meetings and study, the Board of Education Wednesday night scraped all options for redistricting overcrowded Tyler Heights Elementary School in Annapolis. The board instead directed the superintendent to figure out a plan, and...
  • Elgin U46 eyes school boundary changes

    Elgin U46 eyes school boundary changes
    Elgin School District U46's Enrollment and Facilities Committee members are reviewing attendance boundary changes that would affect at least 13 elementary schools, most of them in Elgin. The committee, made up of about 30 volunteer parents and taxpayers...
  • Around South County: Connection grows between students and seniors

    Around South County: Connection grows between students and seniors
    Kin-nect, is a community-based non-profit devoted to remembering senior citizens in care facilities and nursing homes. This year, Kin-nect "adopted" the South River Health & Rehabilitation Center in Edgewater. In February, they brought the center...
  • School board hears results of survey and student performance assessments

    Tuesday's meeting of the La CaƱada Unified School District Governing Board offered opportunities for self-evaluation and reflection, as board members heard highlights of the district's latest annual districtwide survey and the recently issued third-...
  • ZSpace virtual reality system makes science class look like 'Iron Man' lab

     ZSpace virtual reality system makes science class look like 'Iron Man' lab
    Heart dissections in science classes have always been a messy affair. For years teachers have cut open cow’s or sheep’s hearts to show students how they look inside, and, while students get to feel and see the heart, they can’t watch...
  • School briefs

    Reisterstown Battle of the Books to be held The Reisterstown Battle of the Books, a tournament held as part of the Baltimore County Public Library Battle of the Books, will take place from 6:30 to 9 p.m. April 29. The tournament, which tests...