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  • LTHS students experiment at Science Olympiad camp

    LTHS students experiment at Science Olympiad camp
    Students gathered in a mostly empty Lyons Township High School July 1 to work on a science project. They used saws to cut long pieces of wood, drills to put holes in the wood and blew air into empty two liter pop bottles. These 24 students have signed...
  • Newport News schools receives grant for two-year pilot program at Heritage High School

    Newport News Public Schools was awarded a $50,000 Virginia Department of Education High School Innovation Planning Grant to establish a two-year pilot program at Heritage High School. It will create college, career and citizen-ready micro academies to...
  • Community news for Windham edition

    Local students recognized SPRINGFIELD, MA – Rachel Landon of Chaplin and Lucelenia Morales and Vanessa Pedraza of Windham have earned master's degrees from Springfield College. Kyle Schilling of Andover has earned a bachelor's of science degree...
  • Community news for Killingly edition

    Local students recognized SPRINGFIELD, MA – Jessica Little of Canterbury and Melissa Demma of Danielson have earned master's degrees from Springfield College. SPRINGFIELD, MA – Kathleen R. Silveira of Plainfield has been named to Dean's List...
  • Letters: Crofton students; Confederate flag; Music program

    Crofton students On June 1, I had the pleasure of watching 214 of Crofton Middle School's finest accept the Presidential Academic Award for achieving a 3.5 grade-point average for all three years of their middle school career at Arundel High School....
  • Indiana's career, technical students have higher grad rate

    The growing number of Indiana students taking career and technical education courses are graduating from high school at a higher rate than other students and need less remediation than those classmates, new state education figures show. A report from the...
  • Allentown hopes to lure dropouts back to school with new re-engagement center

    Allentown hopes to lure dropouts back to school with new re-engagement center
    In just three years, the Allentown School District saw more than 1,000 students drop out of its two high schools. The reasons for why students leave school vary, the Allentown School District says. But one thing is certain: life is hard without a degree....
  • Decrepit Stranahan High faces longer wait for repairs

    Decrepit Stranahan High faces longer wait for repairs
    For years, Stranahan High school in Fort Lauderdale has wallowed in disrepair, waiting for much-needed fixes to its aging and rusting infrastructure. The school's covered walkways are rotting; sections of the roof are covered by tin plates and others...
  • Helping kids find their voice

    Helping kids find their voice
    It was in the summer between seventh and eighth grade that Gordon Liao "figured it out." "I was riding my bike in the neighborhood, and I just decided, 'I am going to be cool,'" he said. As he maneuvered his way through the streets of Park Forest,...
  • California continuation schools: Do they work or not

    SANTA CLARITA, Calif. Jailine Lopez skipped school more often than not her sophomore year. Eventually, she fell so far behind that counselors transferred her to Jereann Bowman High School in Santa Clarita, a school for students at risk of not graduating....
  • Photo wall putting a face to fallen US troops in Vietnam

    SEATTLE After graduating from Kent-Meridian High School, David Maclurg enlisted in the Army, serving less than a year before he was killed in 1970 in a helicopter crash in Vietnam. Spc. Maclurg is one of more than 58,200 service members who lost their...