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  • New MHS football coach prepares players for season – and life

    Roy Roberts begins his first year as head football coach for the Manchester Indians. He is looking to help the team have one of their best years ever. "We're going to do everything we can to win every game we play," said Roberts. "Whether we win by...
  • Enfield Public Schools 2014-15 Bus Routes

    Enfield Public Schools announced Wednesday afternoon the 2014-15 bus routes for the Enfield Public School system. Below are the bus routes as posted on Enfield Public Schools website for students attending Enrico Fermi High School, Enfield High School,...
  • Anne Arundel school system unveils new elementary pilot program

    Anne Arundel school system unveils new elementary pilot program
    Anne Arundel County public schools will launch a pilot program in the new school year giving some elementary school students instruction in specific themes, including global studies, arts and the humanities, and the use of science and technology in...
  • ACT scores in Tri-Cities top state average

    ACT scores in Tri-Cities top state average
    The high school graduating classes of 2014 in the Tri-Cities scored more than two points higher than the state average on the ACT college entrance exam, posting the districts' highest scores ever in some subjects, according to data released this week....
  • Thoughts from Dr. Joe: Philosophy with Sister Audrey

    Sister Audrey was many things, but one thing for certain, she was my favorite teacher at the University of Dayton. Because of her, I became a student of philosophy. Sister was a Rhodes Scholar and received her Ph.D. from Oxford, but found the title...
  • How Howard County schools are harnessing teens' tech obsessions

    Mt.┬áHebron High School algebra teacher Natalie Rau has flipped her classes. Now students learn at home and do their homework in school. The change is thanks to a “bring your own device” (BYOD) policy that Mt. Hebron and other Howard County...
  • Miramar High expects to have permanent principal by end of September

    Miramar High School students walked into the first day of class Monday without a permanent principal, a vacancy the school district expects to fill before the end of September. About 50 community members met Aug. 14 in the school's auditorium to voice...
  • Broward College's Visual Arts and Design Academy opens on Davie campus

    Some creative students are in exclusive company in Davie. After two years of discussion and development, Broward College recently launched its Visual Arts and Design Academy at the Davie campus. The program has a cap of 30 students a year, and only about...
  • Construction work remains at Lyons Twp. HS campuses

    Construction work remains at Lyons Twp. HS campuses
    Most construction projects at both Lyons Township High School campuses were completed during the summer months, but some work remains and will take several months to finish up. At a school board meeting on Aug. 18, Superintendent Timothy Kilrea gave...
  • Student suspended for writing he was going to kill dinosaur in assignment

    Student suspended for writing he was going to kill dinosaur in assignment
    A South Carolina student says he was suspended and later arrested after writing that he was going to get a gun and kill his neighbor's dinosaur in a class assignment, according to WCSC. During the first week of his freshman year of high school, 16-year-...
  • In Audubon vs. Osceola, the county does right by Everglades

    In Audubon vs. Osceola, the county does right by Everglades
    In today's Friday Files, I have some tips to help you vote in next week's primary. But first, we have a good-news update. Last spring, Osceola County made a remarkably bad decision to open up the headwaters of the Everglades to development. It had the...