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  • Lane Tech principal chosen to head Deerfield High

    Lane Tech principal chosen to head Deerfield High
    When Christopher Dignam needed a yardstick to measure the school he led the last three years, he made Deerfield High School his standard — and he will now be its new principal. Dignam was selected to become Deerfield's principal effective July 1...
  • Two Students Sent To Hospital After Tolland High School Evacuation

    TOLLAND — Two students were taken to the hospital to be treated for possible exposure to the cold after Tolland High School was evacuated Friday, officials said. The students were treated at Rockville General Hospital and released, said Walter...
  • Allentown School District looks at center for high school dropouts

    Allentown School District looks at center for high school dropouts
    To help students who have dropped out of high school, the Allentown School District is looking at opening a re-engagement center for them. At its Thursday night committees meeting, the district heard from Communities in Schools, a Lehigh Valley...
  • Students to find out U of Illinois admission status Friday

    For the first time the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is letting high school seniors know their admission status all on the same day. The (Champaign) News-Gazette reports (http://bit.ly/173Dg9G ) students can check the UI website starting...
  • Native American Mascot Issue Stirs Strong Debate In West Hartford

    Native American Mascot Issue Stirs Strong Debate In West Hartford
    WEST HARTFORD — The high schools' Warrior and Chieftain mascots were described alternately as proud and respectful or racist and offensive by speakers at a community forum on Thursday night. About 300 people attended the board of education forum,...
  • Rockville High Ag-Ed students show projects at Winter Market

    Rockville High Ag-Ed students show projects at Winter Market
    The Rockville High School FFA Chapter and Agricultural Science and Technology program held their 6th annual Winter Market and Cake, Pie and Fruit Basket Auction on Feb. 11, and featured several of the students' Supervised Agricultural Experience Projects....
  • New choices offered to Deerfield middle schoolers

    New choices offered to Deerfield middle schoolers
    Eighth graders at Shepard and Caruso Middle Schools will get to choose some of their courses next year for the first time in their academic careers. A middle school curriculum change to move band and orchestra into the school day as a class for credit...
  • 2 students sent to hospital for exposure to cold after fire

    Connecticut officials say two high school students were taken to a hospital for exposure to freezing temperatures after their school was evacuated during a fire. Tolland High School was evacuated Friday morning after officials say a burst pipe caused a...
  • USC mailbag: The defensive line, midyear enrollees and championships

    USC mailbag: The defensive line, midyear enrollees and championships
    When young men leave high school early and enroll in the spring semester at USC, what happens to - what would have been - the end of high school? Do they take an equivalence test and graduate early, or does the high school recognize the USC courses and...
  • School: student can't say 'God' in school announcements

    A northeast Florida high school has barred a student from saying "God bless America" while delivering morning announcements on campus after complaints from two atheist students. The atheist students at Yulee High in Nassau County took their complaints to...
  • Despite a dismal record, Dieruff's Huskies are ready to make some noise

    Despite a dismal record, Dieruff's Huskies are ready to make some noise
    On the surface, the Dieruff boys basketball team appeared to have taken a step back this winter. After going 9-13 last season, the Huskies were just 3-19. But first-year coach Joe Jarjous feels some forward steps were taken that will result in more...