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  • Kate Maupin challenges bright, talented students

    Hebron Elementary School's challenge and enrichment teacher Kate Maupin, said she decided to go into teaching because she wanted to make the experience of growing up gifted a positive one for students. "I was identified as gifted and talented in fourth...
  • Synagogue helps elementary school

    Synagogue helps elementary school
    On Thursday, June 4, Highland Elementary School in Lake Worth held its first "Moving On" ceremony for the school's 115 fifth-graders, ages 11 and 12, thanks in large part to the efforts of B'nai Torah Congregation, a Conservative synagogue in Boca Raton....
  • School news: Tree planted for retiring Park Ridge teacher

    School news: Tree planted for retiring Park Ridge teacher
    Tree dedicated to teacher A prairie fire crabapple tree has been planted in recognition of Kathy Kraatz, a first-grade teacher at St. Andrews Lutheran School in Park Ridge. The tree was a gift from the school's first-grade class and a dedication...
  • York County School Board member inducted into Virginia education hall of fame

    R. Page Minter was recently inducted into the Virginia Career and Technical Education Hall of Fame during the Creating Excellence Awards Program in Richmond. Minter is a member of the York County School Board, and is the board chairman of New Horizons...
  • District 203 tabs new principal for Washington Junior High

     District 203 tabs new principal for Washington Junior High
    A new face will be seen in the principal's office at Washington Junior High. The Naperville District 203 School Board on Monday approved the appointment of Jon Vogel effective July 1. "I am very honored to be named as the next Washington Junior High...
  • District U46 to spend $14 million on computers over 3 years

    District U46 to spend $14 million on computers over 3 years
    Elgin School District U46 will spend $14 million over the next three years on new computer equipment and the gear to make it work, according to a U46 Technology Master Plan submitted to the board of education Monday. And board members then took steps to...
  • Indian Prairie District 204 fills administrative vacancies

    Indian Prairie District 204 fills administrative vacancies
    The Indian Prairie School Board on Monday appointed multiple administrators to fill vacancies in District 204. Many of the appointees already are employees in the district. Laura Devine Johnston will oversee the district's preschool and 21 elementary...
  • Teacher who read gay-themed fairy tale in class resigns after protest

    Teacher who read gay-themed fairy tale in class resigns after protest
    A North Carolina elementary school teacher has resigned after his decision to read a gay-themed children's book to his third-grade class led to controversy in the small town of Efland. Omar Currie read his students "King and King," a fairy tale about...
  • Linthicum: After 42 years, Blue Ribbon school's principal is going out on top

    Linthicum: After 42 years, Blue Ribbon school's principal is going out on top
    Growing up in Linthicum, Fran Nussle remembers charmed summers spent roaming the neighborhood streets and parks and lazing around at the pool. She remembers a community where people cared about and looked out for each other. So when she took the job...
  • "It's about bettering the community:' Arnold parent wins county involvement award

    "It's about bettering the community:' Arnold parent wins county involvement award
    For Kerry Petz, it all started when she noticed that Arnold Elementary School sorely needed a crosswalk. She started by figuring out who she had to talk to. Then, frustrated with the lack of progress, she wrote a letter to a Capital columnist. The...
  • Board: Schools will start later in 2016-17

    Board: Schools will start later in 2016-17
    It's official: The Board of Education has committed to start school later beginning in the 2016-17 school year. In passing its $1.09 billion operating budget Wednesday, the school board unanimously approved an amendment to reserve $602,000 toward...