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  • Assembly Republicans to pass school testing pause bill

    Responding to pressure from parents and teachers upset with the troubled rollout of a new statewide test that grade-school students are taking this spring, Assembly Republicans said Thursday they will pass a bill next month ensuring the results aren't...
  • 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...
  • 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-...
  • 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...
  • Scott Elementary students show parents computer skills

    Scott Elementary students show parents computer skills
    Jacob Myszka takes a photo of himself, a friend and his mother using an iPad. Using a program called Thinglink, he creates icons of question marks in a circle, which he scatters around the photo. Click on an icon in his mouth and a little box comes up...
  • New Jersey teacher diagnosed with meningitis

    An elementary school classroom has been sanitized after a central New Jersey teacher came down with viral meningitis. South Amboy Superintendent Robert Sheedy told parents about the diagnosis in a letter Tuesday. Sheedy says the risk of others...
  • Students tell story of Lincoln, Civil War on class quilt

    A fourth-grade class at Elmwood School recently shared their research on former President Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War era with fellow students. Jamie Kanas' fourth-grade class met in the school's new cafeteria on April 15, the 150th anniversary...
  • Western Springs District 101 axes plans for all-day kindergarten

    Western Springs District 101 axes plans for all-day kindergarten
    Western Springs Elementary District 101 will not move forward with plans to offer all-day kindergarten classes in the district, at least for the foreseeable future. Officials said April 20 that any plans to add full-day kindergarten options have been...