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  • Broward bond project could benefit western schools

    Broward bond project could benefit western schools
    An $800 million Broward school bond proposal initially designed to fix old crumbling schools may also ease crowding in newer schools in the west. The most expensive project on a proposed list released this weekend isn't a leaking roof, faulty air...
  • Academic Decathlon coach draws on her own life to inspire students

     Academic Decathlon coach draws on her own life to inspire students
    Fremont High history teacher Kenia Gomez didn't have much of a summer break. Neither did her students on the school's Academic Decathlon team. They spent three days a week on the South Los Angeles campus, prepping for next year's competition. Last...
  • Parents say Glen Ellyn school cell phone policy is too lax

    Parents say Glen Ellyn school cell phone policy is too lax
    A new policy meant to update and overhaul technology rules in Glen Ellyn School District 41 was passed by board members on Monday, but some parents said it isn't strict enough. Under the policy, students in grades six through eight can have personal...
  • Bethlehem Area blocking second location for Lehigh Valley Dual Language Charter School

    Bethlehem Area School District won't allow the Lehigh Valley Dual Language Charter School to move 150 students to a second location until it finishes its legal battle with the charter school. The school board took no action Monday on the Dual Language...
  • Coral Springs Christian will not field football team for 2014 season

    Coral Springs Christian Academy will not be fielding a football team for the upcoming season, according to a release on the school's Facebook page. The school's admininstration along with coach Donnell Bennett reviewed a number of items before making...
  • Young actors ready to hone their craft at workshop

    Budding theater artists are heading back to class. The fall session of the Young Actor's Workshop at the Delray Beach Playhouse starts Sept. 6. Students in grades three to 12 will hone their skills in drama, musical theater and auditioning. The popular...
  • 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...
  • Easton Area Middle School to host walk-through orientation sessions for new students Aug. 18, 19

    Students and parents who are new to Easton Area Middle School 7/8 are invited to a walk-through orientation session, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday, Aug. 18 or Tuesday, Aug. 19. Take a tour of the building and meet with the administrative, guidance and office...
  • Windsor Board of Education appoints new Poquonock School principal

    Upon recommendation of Superintendent of Schools Dr. Craig A. Cooke, the Windsor Board of Education recently appointed a new principal of Poquonock School. The Board appointed Tracie Peterson as the Poquonock School principal, effective immediately....
  • BCCC hires new president after turmoil

    BCCC hires new president after turmoil
    Baltimore City Community College has hired the former head of a Michigan community college campus as its next president, officials announced Thursday, nearly two years after its last leader was forced out of her job. Gordon F. May, who formerly served as...