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  • Monarch WR Calvin Ridley ineligible for most of season

    Monarch senior Calvin Ridley, the nation's No. 1 high school receiver for the Class of 2015, will be ineligible after the first three games this season because of age restrictions, Monarch athletic director James Klemke told the Sun Sentinel on Tuesday....
  • Junior League helps students transition from foster care

    The Junior League of the Palm Beaches' Pink Palm Brigade recently helped make the transition from the foster care system to college life easier for five local college-bound students. The five recipients included two students from the western...
  • D86 voters will have say on teacher pensions

    D86 voters will have say on teacher pensions
    Voters in Hinsdale Township High School District 86 will have the chance in November to weigh in on an advisory ballot question related to teacher pensions. The board voted 4-3 Monday to place the following question on the Nov. 4 ballot: "Shall the...
  • CAFCI awards scholarships to college-bound students

    Recently the Royal Palm Beach-based nonprofit Caribbean-Americans For Community Involvement had a ceremony in which they presented 22 awards to local students bound for college. This year's theme was The Future is Yours. The 21 graduating seniors who...
  • New middle school principal at DKJA

    Sydney Siegel, the new middle school principal at Donna Klein Jewish Academy (DKJA), really believes in the Boca Raton school. "I believe so much in this school — what we do and what we have to offer," said Siegel, who is now in her 13th year at...
  • New superintendent, teachers, programs at Sterling Community School

    When the approximately 450 students return for classes at the Sterling Community School on Aug. 27, they'll be greeted by new programs, teachers and a new superintendent. Brenda Needham is taking over for interim Superintendent Dr. H. Kaye Griffin,...
  • Residency program tries to solve problem of teacher burnout

    Residency program tries to solve problem of teacher burnout
    As principal of a small Southeast Baltimore school, Anthony Ruby has guided an array of first-year teachers, from the stars who seem to have an innate sense of how to handle a class to those who were so ineffective he declined to renew their contracts....
  • The viewing and funeral times for John Donmoyer

    The viewing and funeral times for John Donmoyer
    Courtesy of the Stephens Funeral Home, here is the obituary and viewing and funeral hours for my friend John Donmoyer: John Edward Donmoyer, 75, of Allentown passed away August 16, 2014 at the St. Luke’s Hospital, Allentown Campus.¬† He was the...
  • Lots of new things at Broward schools this year

    Lots of new things at Broward schools this year
    Summer fun is over, and school is back in session. But there are plenty of new and exciting things in Broward County public schools this year, including eco-friendly buses, charter schools and extended hours. As an estimated 265,000 students return...
  • The Sports Xchange: SEC newcomers to watch

    The Sports Xchange The Sports Xchange: SEC newcomers to watch In the Southeastern Conference, the best team is quite often the deepest team, the one suited to withstand the gauntlet that is conference play. Depth was Alabama's defining characteristic...
  • Classes resume in most Fl districts, with Orange projected to lead state in student growth

    Classes resume in most Fl districts, with Orange projected to lead state in student growth
    Most Florida public school students  -- more than 2.7 million of them -- started the 2014-15 school year today. It is a school year that is forecast to be one of limited enrollment growth statewide, but Orange County public schools are expected to be a...