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  • School club combats bullying

    School club combats bullying
    Piper High School in Sunrise is taking a proactive approach to combat bullying. Students United with Parents and Educators to Resolve Bullying, supported by the Florida Endowment Foundation for Florida's Graduates, features curriculum activities, lesson...
  • Robinson, Northwest Catholic Wrap Up Home Playoff Game

    WEST HARTFORD — About 30 minutes after the Northwest Catholic football team had put the finishing touches on its CCC Division III West Championship victory over Rocky Hill Tuesday, coach Mike Tyler lingered on the field, shaking hands and joking...
  • Umoja strives to give high school kids a leg up

    Umoja strives to give high school kids a leg up
    It's college application season, which means Christian Lloyd is busy. The Sullivan High School senior has completed his Common Application but is hard at work on the 12th draft of his personal statement and is prepping for additional college visits this...
  • Ex-Miramar coach Strout faked transcript, Ohio State says

    Ex-Miramar coach Strout faked transcript, Ohio State says
    The Ohio State University transcript Matt Strout added to his personnel file after being named Miramar High School's football coach last year is not an authentic document, the university's registrar told the Sun Sentinel on Monday. Strout, whose wide-...
  • Storm Cancels Community Dinner, But Not Students' Giving Spirit

     Storm Cancels Community Dinner, But Not Students' Giving Spirit
    EAST HARTFORD — East Hartford High School senior Alexis Strong spent more than a month organizing a dinner for the community, seeking donations of food and arranging transportation and food preparation. When the event, scheduled to take place...
  • New Trier takes issue with state report card data

    New Trier takes issue with state report card data
    While New Trier High School officials are applauding the state for creating a more comprehensive school report card this year, they are also taking issue with some of the extra data posted on the state's website. At a recent New Trier Township High...
  • Avon School Officials Seek Public Comment On Budget Proposal

    Avon School Officials Seek Public Comment On Budget Proposal
    AVON — Residents can speak on the $52.80 million budget that is proposed for the schools during the upcoming fiscal year at a forum scheduled for Dec. 1. That forum will be at 6 p.m. in the community room at Avon High School. It is part of a...
  • Mr. Rockville High School crowned

    Mr. Rockville High School crowned
    Eight Rockville High School students competed for the title of "Mr. RHS," on Nov. 21, but only one – Andrew Foreman – walked away with the crown. The fundraising event for the senior class celebrated its 22nd running before a packed house in...
  • Amazing Race: Old Saybrook Students Build Sub For National Contest

     Amazing Race: Old Saybrook Students Build Sub For National Contest
    At the mouth of the Connecticut River in Old Saybrook, they're still making history. High school students in the town where the first submarine was launched 200 years ago have built a new generation of submersible, a human-powered craft that cruises...
  • Latin American literature an alternative to English

    Latin American literature an alternative to English
    High school seniors at Valley View School District 365U will have the chance to take a class focusing on Latin American literature next year. After three years of standard English, the elective can be chosen and serve as a complement to other African-...
  • California students in high-poverty schools lose learning time, study says

    California students in high-poverty schools lose learning time, study says
    California high schools with high-poverty students lose nearly two weeks of learning time annually because of teacher absences, testing, emergency lockdowns and other disruptions compared with their more affluent peers in other schools, according to a...