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  • Board Hears Report On "Power Hour" At Manchester High School

    Board Hears Report On "Power Hour" At Manchester High School
    MANCHESTER — The school board on Monday heard about the effectiveness of "Power Hour" at Manchester High School and a new curriculum guide for parents of elementary students. Launched in the fall at Manchester High School, Power Hour is a longer,...
  • That's code: Casey to promote computer science at Easton Area High School

    That's code: Casey to promote computer science at Easton Area High School
    Sen. Bob Casey will visit Easton Area High School this morning to promote legislation aimed at increasing investment in computer science education. The "hour of code" event will give students a chance to learn how to write computer code, and Casey a...
  • Academic 'red shirt' program draws women, minorities into engineering

    SEATTLE When she got the letter in summer 2013, Courtney Seto thought it sounded too good to be true. A free program that offered automatic acceptance into the University of Washington's engineering school? Did everyone get this letter? Seto had already...
  • Fire damages classrooms in Garden Grove high school

    Fire damages classrooms in Garden Grove high school
    A classroom wing of Bolsa Grande High School in Garden Grove was damaged Sunday afternoon in a three-alarm fire. About 60 firefighters fought the blaze, which was reported at 1:15 p.m. and contained in about an hour, said Jeff Spargur, division...
  • Essence Awards honor members of GHS Community

    Essence Awards honor members of GHS Community
    Glastonbury High School presented its fall Essence Awards on Dec. 3, and inducted several new members of the school community. "The Essence Awards offer us an opportunity to recognize students and staff members, as well as community members and adults...
  • Preview Capsules: High School Football Semifinal Saturday

    Preview Capsules: High School Football Semifinal Saturday
    CIAC football semifinals. Games start at 2 p.m., unless otherwise noted. CLASS LL – LARGE No. 4 Glastonbury (8-3) at No. 1 Southington (10-0) Outlook: Southington outlasted CCC Division I rival Glastonbury 41-38 in the season opener....
  • Plea for no cuts to health, phys ed at Quakertown

    Plea for no cuts to health, phys ed at Quakertown
    A Quakertown Community High School teacher is urging the district to halt its plan to downsize health and physical education classes. At the Quakertown school board meeting Thursday night, health and physical education teacher Ryan Stettler told the...
  • At Dillard High School, art students get a glimpse of real word with their very own exhibit

    At Dillard High School, art students get a glimpse of real word with their very own exhibit
    From ethereal to abstract styles and from 'radiant mapping' technique to graphic drawing, six seniors at Dillard High School displayed their best artwork in a gallery exhibit Thursday at the school. The students sold many of their pieces, pocketing...
  • Newport Harbor students, teachers dance like the stars

    Newport Harbor students, teachers dance like the stars
    In Newport Harbor High School's own version of TV's "Dancing With the Stars," teams of students and teachers hit the floor at the school's Robert Wentz Theater on Thursday for the last performance of the two-night "Dancing With the Teachers." The...
  • RHS Ag department holds successful Holiday Night

    RHS Ag department holds successful Holiday Night
    The Rockville High School Agricultural Education Department held its second annual Holiday Night event on Dec. 4. More than 50 students from the Ag-Ed program volunteered, some taking on the project of creating their own "business," selling holiday gift...
  • N. Carolina education department used Koch-funded group for proposed history lessons

    RALEIGH, N.C. High school social studies teachers in North Carolina would be encouraged to use curriculum materials prepared by an institute funded by the conservative Koch family, under a proposal the Department of Public Instruction presented this week....