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Elementary Schools

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  • EDUCATION NOTEBOOK: Hampton City Schools' Title I program honored

    EDUCATION NOTEBOOK: Hampton City Schools' Title I program honored
    Chanda Epps, Title I family engagement coordinator, and the Title I department at Hampton City Schools were awarded the National Family Engagement Award from Successful Innovations Inc., according to a statement from HCS officials. The department...
  • Charter School Funding Vital For Growth

    Charter School Funding Vital For Growth
    I am the proud mother of three sons who attend Achievement First schools in Hartford. I have a junior and a freshman at the Achievement First Hartford High School and a fifth-grader at the Achievement First Summit Middle School. My family has been part of...
  • East Aurora sending out registration packets

    East Aurora sending out registration packets
    Registration packets are being sent to the homes of all returning East Aurora School District 131 students beginning this week. Packets are being mailed to the homes of high school and middle school students. On Wednesday, registration packets will be...
  • Bartlett Library creates youth art gallery

    Bartlett Library creates youth art gallery
    While elementary school students enrolled in art classes often have a chance to see their creations on display, that's not something a home schooled learner might experience. With that in mind, the Bartlett Library District is creating a youth art gallery...
  • Community news for Putnam edition

    SS Mala event remembered KILLINGLY - A United States Presidential yacht built in 1895 for 36 passengers smuggle 1,400 Holocaust survivors to Israel by Martin Silver, a 19 year old volunteer sailor on board the SS Mala in 1948. On Sunday, April 19, at 1...
  • Valparaiso students put Diaper Drive into hyperdrive

    Valparaiso students put Diaper Drive into hyperdrive
    Family & Youth Services Bureau is bringing students at Hayes Leonard Elementary School into the fold as the organization works up support for its second annual Hyper Diaper Drive. Because the need for diapers is ongoing, Family & Youth Services Bureau...
  • Helen Anita Metz, teacher, principal, assistant librarian

    Helen Anita Metz, teacher, principal, assistant librarian
    After more than 20 years in the Carroll County school system, Helen Anita Metz retired to Ocean City, only to discover that her passion for nurturing through education wouldn't let her stay at home. The former teacher and principal volunteered at the...
  • Mount St. Mary's teaching plan features real-life situations

    Every prospective teacher in the state must undergo a stint of student teaching, in the hopes that firsthand experience in schools will cement their career choice. Education classes at Mount St. Mary's University take that requirement a step further,...
  • Gary schools facing restructure

    Gary schools facing restructure
    — More change could be coming next year for students in the Gary Community School Corp. The soon-to-close Dunbar-Pulaski Middle School could be reincarnated next year as the Williams Elementary annex, housing middle school students from the A-rated...
  • Students with autism learn life skills working school coffee shop

    Students with autism learn life skills working school coffee shop
    Carefully balancing a drink holder with a cup of tea in one slot, 11-year-old Luis Gonzalez slowly made his way down the halls of Waukegan's Andrew Cooke Magnet Elementary School on Tuesday. Reaching his destination — a kindergarten classroom...
  • In Parkland, a lesson in hydroponics

    In Parkland, a lesson in hydroponics
    The other day I saw a piece on the news about how California only has 5 gallons of water left in the whole state because of the terrible drought there. So it was encouraging to meet a class of high school juniors and seniors learning about hydroponics,...