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  • Thanks to $10,000 donation, fire-damaged Allentown school can buy supplies

    Thanks to $10,000 donation, fire-damaged Allentown school can buy supplies
    When Cleveland Elementary School shuttered its doors two weeks ago because of a small fire, Allentown School District officials weren't able to retrieve any books, papers, pencils or crayons for students. Now, they'll be able to buy school supplies...
  • Three winners honors at Holocaust Educators Award ceremony

    Three winners honors at Holocaust Educators Award ceremony
    Teachers, families, Holocaust survivors and students gathered recently to recognize the exceptional work of this year's three recipients of the Gutterman Family Outstanding Holocaust Educator of the Year Award — including two educators from...
  • Polish schoolteacher probed over taping of children's mouths

    Shocking conversations allegedly recorded at a primary school have led authorities in southwestern Poland to look into claims that a teacher taped small children's mouths shut to silence them. A suspicious mother of a 6-year-old secretly recorded a day's...
  • Summer projects top $4.1 million in Wilmette D39

    Once the doors shut on Wilmette School District 39's 2014-2015 school year, construction crews will move in to three schools, getting started on an ambitious schedule of summer construction jobs that could total about $4.14 million. That includes...
  • Shoemaker students celebrating music month

    Shoemaker students celebrating music month
    Students at Shoemaker Elementary School in Macungie are celebrating "Music in Our Schools Month" with a series of activities scheduled through March, according to the East Penn School District. Students are read a music fact daily during morning...
  • Local collector shares art collection at Altoona museum

    John Orr mulled the question. What is the role of art? "It's civilizing," but otherwise is difficult to explain and is subjective, Orr told a gathering at the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art (SAMA) in Altoona recently. The group was attending a...
  • Full-day kindergarten approved in Deerfield

    Full-day kindergarten approved in Deerfield
    Beginning next fall, full-day kindergarten will be available in Deerfield's elementary schools at a cost of $2,600 per student. In a unanimous vote Monday night, school board members for the Deerfield Public Schools District 109 approved a fee-based...
  • Hundreds open annual student art show at VU

    Hundreds open annual student art show at VU
    Hundreds of Porter County elementary and middle school students gathered with their families and art teachers in the Chapel of the Resurrection at Valparaiso University on Sunday afternoon for the opening reception of the 40th annual Arts-A-Budding...
  • Louise H. Cote September 12, 1926 - January 1, 2015

    Louise H. Cote<br/> September 12, 1926 - January 1, 2015
    Louise Helen (“Franky”) Cote passed away peacefully on New Year’s Day 2015 at her son’s home in Santa Barbara, California, surrounded by her loving family and friends. She will be remembered by three generations of first-grade...
  • Some U46 parents wonder if new tests will be a waste of time

    Some U46 parents wonder if new tests will be a waste of time
    Students used to taking the ISAT (Illinois Standards Achievement Test) in grade school and the Prairie State Achievement Exam in 11th grade will have a whole new animal to deal with this spring — a new state-required test called the PARCC that...
  • Trade Tech gives culinary students the ingredients for fulfilling careers

    Trade Tech gives culinary students the ingredients for fulfilling careers
    College professor Robert Wemischner surely knew the way to my heart when he invited me to join him at work this week. A professional pastry chef, he teaches baking in the culinary arts program at Los Angeles Trade Tech, the oldest school in the state's...