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  • Palm Beach high school results and schedules

    Olympic Heights hired Boca Raton High School assistant coach Matthew Ryder as its new boys basketball coach, the school said in a release Wednesday. Ryder has been an assistant at Boca for two seasons, Olympic Heights athletic director Cindy Lucia said....
  • District celebrates students' strong character

    District celebrates students' strong character
    They raise funds for good causes. They reach out to peers and help their teachers. They're responsible and caring. These are some of the many acts and attributes demonstrated by 33 students who will be recognized at the 11th annual Your Character...
  • Wisconsin high school students say prom poster carries sexist message

    Wisconsin high school students say prom poster carries sexist message
    Some students at a Wisconsin high school say posters put up in the halls a week before prom amount to "sex shaming." The posters at Lincoln High School in Manitowoc show a black-and-white silhouette of a woman in formal attire, with words such as...
  • District 308 proposes $3.4 million staffing plan

    District 308 proposes $3.4 million staffing plan
    Community Unit School District 308 presented a staffing plan Monday that calls for hiring just under 55 additional full-time staffers for the coming school year, most of whom would be high school or special education resource teachers. The high school...
  • Jackie Robinson's high school team is struggling; will Dodgers help?

    Jackie Robinson's high school team is struggling; will Dodgers help?
    On a chilly and cloudy Friday afternoon, the high school baseball home of Jackie Robinson is a cratered, weed-choked monument to a memory forgotten. When Pasadena John Muir High steps carefully onto its field against rival Pasadena High, the main...
  • Collin Gray and Brice Hardesty turn skating passion into business

    Collin Gray and Brice Hardesty turn skating passion into business
    North Carroll High School students Collin Gray and Brice Hardesty are two friends who share a passion for skateboarding. They have turned their love of the activity into a business called Goblin Skate, which earned them a spot as finalists in the second...
  • Parents unhappy with Lincoln-Way District 210 move from transition house

    Parents unhappy with Lincoln-Way District 210 move from transition house
    Four years ago, when Lincoln-Way Area Special Education Cooperative District 843 opened its transition house in Frankfort, it was touted as being "innovative," "forward thinking" and a doorway to opportunity for special education students who had...
  • Flunking civics should no longer be an option

    Flunking civics should no longer be an option
    "Don't know much about history" -- Sam Cooke It's an old joke, but one that is a commentary on our times. A pollster asks: "What do you think about the level of ignorance and apathy in the country?" The person replies: "I don't know and I don't care."...
  • Sugar: Young LFHS entrepeneurs are poised for success

    How do children learn about money and the way business operates in the real world? Certainly, their parents teach them, some deliberately, and some by example. There are textbooks that try to address the subject academically. But the wave of innovation...
  • Obama honoring Texas teacher who works with war refugees

    A high school English teacher from Amarillo, Texas, who works with refugees from war-torn countries was honored Tuesday at the White House as America's Teacher of the Year. President Barack Obama said Shanna Peeples of Palo Duro High School teaches...
  • Lake, Porter schools receive Four-Star School award

    Lake, Porter schools receive Four-Star School award
    More than two dozen schools in Lake and Porter counties were named Indiana Four-Star Schools for their academic performance during the 2013-2014 school year. Fifteen schools in Lake County and 13 schools in Porter County made the grade by scoring in the...