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  • Students experience a day in the life of Civil War soldiers

    Fifth-graders at Philip R. Smith Elementary School took their lessons outside on Friday, May 15, setting up an authentic Civil War encampment on the main lawn of the school. Students, dressed as Union and Confederate soldiers, could be found pitching...
  • Enfield Parent Leadership Academy Gives Back At Loaves And Fishes Soup Kitchen

    The 10th graduating class of the Enfield Parent Leadership Academy will be lending a hand to the Enfield Loaves and Fishes soup kitchen this year. Each class that graduates from the 12-week academy is required to complete a community project. This...
  • Board approves Lincoln Hall reconstruction

    Board approves Lincoln Hall reconstruction
    The District 74 School Board approved a master reconstruction project for Lincoln Hall Middle School, centered on the addition of modern safety features and new areas for science labs and student services. Highlights of the project—which...
  • Salt Marsh Opera brings 'Magic Flute' to Windham County

    Fifth-graders from schools throughout Windham County were treated to the opera, "The Magic Flute," on May 19. The Salt Marsh Opera production was an abridged version of the Mozart classic. Designed to fit into a one-hour segment, the show gave the...
  • Elementary school students study Celery Bog Nature Area

    On a sunny Wednesday morning when most students were stuck at their desks, nearly 100 Edgelea Elementary School fourth-graders headed out to the Celery Bog Nature Area to learn about the environment. As they trekked through the woods and across the lawns...
  • Students become circus performers at Elm Middle School

    Students become circus performers at Elm Middle School
    The circus came to town Monday for eighth-grade students at Elm Middle School — and they were part of the show. The school had its fifth-annual Circus Day event May 18 at the school, a tradition for eighth-grade students on their last day at...
  • Maryland students will take fewer tests next year

    Maryland students will take fewer tests next year
    Amid an outpouring of frustration about the amount of public school testing, education leaders in Maryland and 10 other states decided this week to cut back on the reading and math tests introduced only three months ago. The testing won't be completed...
  • Teacher back in classroom he attended as a fifth-grader

    Teacher back in classroom he attended as a fifth-grader
    Greg Mohlke, of Wanatah, is a proud member of the Purdue University North Central Class of 2015. While he participated in the university's recent commencement ceremony, he earned his diploma in December, graduating with a degree in elementary education....
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  • School hosts Showcase of Success

    School hosts Showcase of Success
    Art, music and academics were on full display as Hollywood Hills Elementary School hosted its first-ever Showcase of Success. More than 300 students, their families and teachers were there on a recent Friday night to show off school happenings and...
  • Glastonbury Saying Goodbye To Retiring Teachers, Administrators

    Glastonbury Saying Goodbye To Retiring Teachers, Administrators
    GLASTONBURY — Each year during the board of education's meeting in May, Superintendent Alan B. Bookman honors educators and administrators who are leaving at the end of the school year. This year's recognition ceremony was no different with longtime...