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  • Menchville High in Newport News honored for financial literacy test scores

    Menchville High School was named a Blue Star school in recognition of its students' successful performance on the 2013-14 W!SE Financial Literacy Certification Test, according to Newport News Public Schools officials. W!SE, or Working in Support of...
  • High school football: Vista Murrieta has a special look

    High school football: Vista Murrieta has a special look
    Vista Murrieta (11-2) is making its sixth consecutive appearance in a Southern Section championship football game, and the Broncos can thank the players on their special teams. During the West Valley Division playoffs, the Broncos have blocked two field...
  • Lincoln-Way teacher recognized for setting high standards

    Lincoln-Way teacher recognized for setting high standards
    Lincoln-Way North High School has recognized longtime teacher Ellie Warning for exemplifying "exceptional dedication to scholarship, leadership, service and character." Warning, a 30-year teacher who called District 210 "the only place I ever taught and...
  • High School Football Semifinal Schedule

    The field for the 2014 high school football playoffs is set. This year there will be eight champions as opposed to four in previous seasons. There will be two in each of the four classes (LL, L, M, S), divided into large and small divisions....
  • Allentown businesses to help fund new downtown high school

    Allentown businesses to help fund new downtown high school
    Downtown Allentown is getting a $1 billion face-lift, but even the leaders of companies occupying all those shiny new buildings acknowledge that if the city's struggling urban core is to make a comeback it must include one important ingredient: education....
  • 6 city schools recommended for closure amid $980 million renovation plan

    6 city schools recommended for closure amid $980 million renovation plan
    Six Baltimore schools, including two high schools, would close in June as part of the city district's proposal to downsize to fit current enrollment and prepare for a $980 million modernization, officials said Tuesday. School administrators showed the...
  • Western High School's RoboDoves crushes the competition, stereotypes

    Western High School's RoboDoves crushes the competition, stereotypes
    Indya Dodson is living a life far different from what she imagined. Growing up, Dodson had designs to become an actress. But now the 18-year-old sophomore at Capitol Technology University in Laurel is studying software engineering and Web development....
  • District 214 schools take a different approach to remembering veterans

    District 214 schools take a different approach to remembering veterans
    Students at Elk Grove High School listened to stories shared by veterans at a special breakfast with local veterans on Tuesday, Veterans Day. Students in a leadership class had the opportunity to talk with the veterans at the breakfast and give them a...
  • Ex-prep quarterback files concussion suit against IHSA

    Ex-prep quarterback files concussion suit against IHSA
    On the final day of the state's high school football season, a former prep quarterback filed a lawsuit against the Illinois High School Association, claiming the organization has failed to do enough to protect athletes from the potential damage of...
  • LCCC to offer community baking class Dec. 3 at Catasauqua High School

    Learn how to make a new treat for the holidays in a community education class, 7-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 3 at Catasauqua High School. Bakers can learn how to make nut roll in a special one-time class offered by Lehigh Carbon Community College, according...
  • Simsbury High Students Revive Multicultural Club

    SIMSBURY — Before September, Simsbury High School hadn't had a multicultural club for about six years. But this year, senior Ashley Jackson teamed up with Samaria Campbell, the school district's open choice intervention specialist, to reinstate the...