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Middle Schools

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  • Eustis Middle School principal's demotion draws slew of protest

    Eustis Middle School principal's demotion draws slew of protest
    MINNEOLA — Dozens of angry community members crowded the auditorium at Lake Minneola High on Monday to demand the reinstatement of a longtime principal they said was wrongly demoted by the district. But the tactic didn't work — Lake County...
  • Wheaton Warrenville D200 tests using more electronics in classroom

     Wheaton Warrenville D200 tests using more electronics in classroom
    Wheaton Warrenville Community Unit School District 200 will be rolling out personal electronic devices to some staff members next month, the first wave in what officials are calling a test year for the district's technology plan. Principals from each...
  • Mentor-tutor program helps ensure Howard County students are A-OK

    Mentor-tutor program helps ensure Howard County students are A-OK
    Sometimes, they offer help solving math problems, or writing sentences, or forming short paragraphs. Yet often, the adults of A-OK Mentoring-Tutoring of Columbia help Howard County students unlock their potential simply by giving an hour a week of...
  • Dual Language Charter middle school running out of time

    With just 10 days left before school starts, the middle school program at Lehigh Valley Dual Language Charter School is at risk and parents must decide whether to stay the course or abandon ship. Administrators and board members of the charter school met...
  • For Palm Beach County School Board: Brill, Katz, Andrews and Robinson

    District 3: Karen Brill most qualified Many Palm Beach County School Board members make an effort to be in touch with parents, teachers and political, business and civic organizations. None is more plugged in to her district than Karen Brill. The Sun...
  • Broward educator starts 60th year

    Broward educator starts 60th year
    Laura Martin arrived for a School Board meeting in May, ready to be honored as she retired after nearly six decades as a Broward County educator. But her recognition for being Broward County's longest serving teacher — at 59 years — came...
  • Apodaca: District working with teachers to make Common Core work

    Whether you're inclined to love it or hate it, or are reserving judgment, Common Core is here. The big experiment with new educational standards, adopted by most states, is in varying stages of roll out, with some districts further along in adapting...
  • What's new in Palm Beach County schools

    What's new in Palm Beach County schools
    Summer fun is over, and school is back in session. But there are plenty of new and exciting things in Palm Beach County public schools this year, including GPS-equipped buses, charter schools and extended hours. An an estimated 183,000 students return...
  • Editorial: Geo Listening in the light, finally

    Editorial: Geo Listening in the light, finally
    When it first hired Geo Listening in late 2012 to monitor the public social-media postings of students for signs of, among others, depression or suicide, Glendale school officials were less than transparent. In fact, they were opaque, failing to...
  • Schools aim for restaurant-style service in lunchrooms

    Schools aim for restaurant-style service in lunchrooms
    No one would confuse the cafeteria line at Crystal Lake Elementary in Seminole County with a restaurant. But that hasn't stopped the school from aiming for a "restaurant-quality" experience. That includes using black plastic ware and serving split-top...
  • Roosevelt Middle School unveils new seventh period

    Roosevelt Middle School debuted an extra period this week, a move educators say will give students more time to take electives or receive targeted intervention in math or English. Roosevelt Principal Mary Mason said teachers felt the old six-period...