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Elementary Schools

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  • Orlando's Jones High struggles to fill its halls

    Orlando's Jones High struggles to fill its halls
    Nearly 10 years after a rebuild reshaped Orlando's historically black Jones High, the school remains half-empty. This past academic year, 763 students attended Jones, fewer than a third of the average enrollment at Orange County's other 18 traditional...
  • Adult students find way to juggle life and school successfully

    Adult students find way to juggle life and school successfully
    Returning to college as an adult can be a completely different experience from having attended right out of high school. Many have spouses, children, careers and a long list of responsibilities from paying the bills to grocery shopping and housekeeping...
  • D112 architects study school consolidation

     D112 architects study school consolidation
    Architects hired by North Shore School District 112 to study going from 12 schools to eight or six say they're making progress on what they've found to be an exceedingly complex task. For those wondering which schools could be closed – the part...
  • Darrian Robinson, competitive chess player

    Darrian Robinson, competitive chess player
    Like many of her fellow students at the University of Chicago, Darrian Robinson texts frequently, is in a sorority and likes to spend her free time binge-watching popular TV shows, like "Orange Is the New Black" and "New Girl." But among the...
  • Parents play role on D181 committee

    Parents play role on D181 committee
    An advisory learning committee that includes parents has been created at Hinsdale-Clarendon Hills School District 181. Superintendent Don White put together the 26-member committee to provide feedback and input into areas that have been controversial...
  • Glastonbury Plans To Give iPads To All Seventh-Graders

    Glastonbury Plans To Give iPads To All Seventh-Graders
    GLASTONBURY — The town, already on the cutting edge in Connecticut for using iPads in the classroom, is considering a plan to give the tablet computers to every seventh-grader. Brian Czapla, the schools' director of education technology, made...
  • Last School Fires Hartford Charter Group FUSE

    Last School Fires Hartford Charter Group FUSE
    The Hartford charter school operator FUSE, facing a state investigation and the loss of school management contracts in Connecticut, has now been pulled from an elementary school in Baton Rouge that it was set to open next month, Louisiana education...
  • Spending outpacing revenue in Downers Grove District 58

    Spending outpacing revenue in Downers Grove District 58
    A preliminary budget for Downers Grove's public elementary schools shows expenses outpacing revenue, as it has in recent years. The Downers Grove District 58 school board unanimously approved a $64.1 million tentative budget for the 2014-2015 school...
  • Hampton School Board selects chairwoman, amends budget | With Video

    HAMPTON — Martha Mugler was named to a second term as chairwoman of the Hampton School Board Wednesday night during an organizational meeting held at Jones Magnet Middle School. The board also voted unanimously to select William "Dave" Pearson...
  • Local volunteer historian receives national award

    Gloucester volunteer and historical committee member William Lawrence has been chosen to receive a national award of merit for leadership in history from the American Association for State and Local History. Lawrence was honored for his dedication to...
  • Farmington Museum Exhibit Seeks To Identify Former Union School Teachers, Students

    FARMINGTON — The Unionville Museum is celebrating the 75th anniversary of Union School with an exhibit featuring photographs and artifacts that span the decades. The school, built on School Street in 1939, was commissioned through President...