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  • New Morning Drop-Off Protocol Starting At Enfield High School

    New Morning Drop-Off Protocol Starting At Enfield High School
    Enfield Public Schools announced Wednesday afternoon a new morning drop-off procedure that will begin Jan. 28. "Due to the construction project, an increase in student drop-offs, and limited parking space, we feel this is an appropriate decision for our...
  • Board chooses new Naperville North High School principal

    The principal of a downstate Illinois high school will become the new principal of Naperville North High School. The Naperville School District 203 Board of Education on Monday night appointed Stephanie Posey as principal of the school effective July 1....
  • RHS RockaTHON raises $3,000 for Connecticut Children's Medical Center

    RHS RockaTHON raises $3,000 for Connecticut Children's Medical Center
    Having raised more than $3,000 for the Connecticut Children's Medical Center, the first RockaTHON at Rockville High School was a success, and organizer Ruth Hollm said the thanks goes to the volunteers from the RHS community. "Everyone is thanking me,...
  • Student with measles at Calif. high school might have exposed others

    Student with measles at Calif. high school might have exposed others
    Parents with students at a high school in California have been warned that a student infected with measles was recently on campus. In a letter sent to parents, Matt Zahn, medical director with the Orange County Health Care Agency, said the infected...
  • O.C. students may have been exposed to measles, kept out of school

    O.C. students may have been exposed to measles, kept out of school
    Parents with students at Huntington Beach High School have been warned that a student infected with measles was recently on campus, and unvaccinated students reportedly are being kept out of school for three weeks. In a letter sent to parents, Matt...
  • Open house will celebrate new Naperville partnership between teens and adults

    Open house will celebrate new Naperville partnership between teens and adults
    A new bridge is being built in Naperville between two populations who sometimes struggle to connect with each other. The grand opening of the new facility that will be home to both the Alive Center and NaperBridge will happen sometime this spring,...
  • Measles case: Unvaccinated students barred from H.B. High till Jan. 29

    Measles case: Unvaccinated students barred from H.B. High till Jan. 29
    Students at Huntington Beach High School who have not been vaccinated for measles are being kept out of school until Jan. 29 after a student tested positive for the contagious virus, the Orange County Health Care Agency said Monday. The male student...
  • Tuition is pricey, but applications could cost you too

    Tuition is pricey, but applications could cost you too
    Just mentioning college can evoke a wide range of emotions — excitement, fear, anxiety and giddiness. Regardless of how you feel about it, you’ve probably thought about the cost of attending your top-choice university. But current data shows...
  • Several states consider US citizenship test graduation requirement in wake of new Arizona law

    Arizona's new law requiring high school students to pass the U.S. citizenship test in order to graduate appears likely to be adopted in a handful of other states this year, though educators warn it's not a fix-all solution to the nation's dire knowledge...
  • Arizona swiftly adopts law mandating high school civics test

    High school students have their hands full worrying about passing core math, science and English classes to graduate. In Arizona, a new requirement has been added to their load, a civics test with questions like this one: Who was president during the...
  • Jackson gym at Brainerd faces wrecking ball

    Jackson gym at Brainerd faces wrecking ball
    The bulldozers that leveled the old Brainerd high school building are ready to take on the brick shell of the slightly newer Jackson Gym as Libertyville Community High School District 128 moves forward with plans for the site. The gym – built in...