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  • What's new in Palm Beach County schools

    What's new in Palm Beach County schools
    Summer fun is over, and school is back in session. But there are plenty of new and exciting things in Palm Beach County public schools this year, including GPS-equipped buses, charter schools and extended hours. An an estimated 183,000 students return...
  • Boost from new teams may have made this the best BML season ever

    One of the most competitive and surprising Blue Mountain League seasons in years ended with a three-game sweep in the finals the past week as the Northampton Giants defeated the Limeport Bulls. Even though they lost their last three games the impact that...
  • High School Coaches Hall Of Fame Class Of 2014: Collection Of Connecticut Greats

    Six coaches, two athletic directors, a legendary Connecticut athlete and a media member will be inducted into the Connecticut High School Coaches Association Hall of Fame at its 38th annual ceremony Nov. 20 at the Aqua Turf in Southington at 7 p.m....
  • Retired Nun Brings Comforting Touch To St. Francis NICU

    Retired Nun Brings Comforting Touch To St. Francis NICU
    Sister Loretta Mann might have retired, but she hasn't left the life of service to which she made a vow in 1948 when she entered the sisterhood of St. Francis. Sister Loretta, 85, spends three days a week in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of St....
  • Hundreds of students at Lake high school start year minus iPad learning tool

    Hundreds of students at Lake high school start year minus iPad learning tool
    MINNEOLA — About 200 freshmen and new students at Lake Minneola High School will start the school year Monday with no iPads after administrators said increasing enrollment numbers weren't what they expected. The iPads, with their multiple and...
  • Editorial: Geo Listening in the light, finally

    Editorial: Geo Listening in the light, finally
    When it first hired Geo Listening in late 2012 to monitor the public social-media postings of students for signs of, among others, depression or suicide, Glendale school officials were less than transparent. In fact, they were opaque, failing to...
  • Teacher of the Year for Newport News gives tips for newcomers

    Teacher of the Year for Newport News gives tips for newcomers
    NEWPORT NEWS — Newport News 2013-2014 teacher of the year Tina Chelgren had an audience of new teachers roaring in laughter Friday morning as they gathered for training at Woodside High School. Instead of a speech, Chelgren said she prepared a...
  • County school board bumps up Dance's benefits

    County school board bumps up Dance's benefits
    When the Baltimore County school board voted Tuesday on a contract that includes a raise for Superintendent Dallas Dance, they talked about a $5,000 salary increase. They didn't mention in public other benefits that will bump up his compensation by...
  • Roosevelt Middle School unveils new seventh period

    Roosevelt Middle School debuted an extra period this week, a move educators say will give students more time to take electives or receive targeted intervention in math or English. Roosevelt Principal Mary Mason said teachers felt the old six-period...
  • Ice challenge makes its way to Glendale High

    Ice challenge makes its way to Glendale High
    Glendale High Principal Monica Makiewicz agreed on Friday to have a bucket of ice water poured over her head as part of a trend that has recently swept the country to raise awareness for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, commonly known as ALS or Lou Gehrig&...
  • Newtown Teachers Went Back Too Soon, Union Head Says

    Newtown Teachers Went Back Too Soon, Union Head Says
    HARTFORD — Teachers in the Newtown school district were put back to work too soon after the Sandy Hook shootings on Dec. 14, 2012, without an adequate assessment of their mental health, the president of the Newtown teachers' union said Friday....