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  • Big turnout for first Newport-Mesa State of the Schools breakfast

    Big turnout for first Newport-Mesa State of the Schools breakfast
    Linen-draped tables packed with fresh fruit, pastries and eggs filled the gymnasium at Corona del Mar High School Wednesday morning for the district's first State of the Schools breakfast. More than 200 parents, district employees and city officials...
  • Bret Harte principal takes job with county

    Students, teachers and staff at Bret Harte Elementary School will bid farewell to their principal, Sheari Taylor, at the end of this month because she has accepted a position at the Los Angeles County Office of Education. A principal for six years at...
  • Parkland School Board to district's new hires: Welcome!

    Parkland School Board to district's new hires: Welcome!
    The Parkland School Board on Tuesday indulged in what President Roberta Marcus called its "favorite night of the year" — the reception to welcome new teachers and administrators. The majority of the new hires attended, and Pam Kelly, Parkland's...
  • Important lesson at ex-Jewish school, now Muslim

     Important lesson at ex-Jewish school, now Muslim
    On Monday afternoon, Lori Lippitz and her little band of well-wishers pulled into the parking lot of the school they once thought of as theirs. They came bearing gift baskets — fruit, flowers, nuts, pencils, rulers — and a card that said,...
  • Enfield School Board Votes Against Early High School Sports Merger

    Enfield School Board Votes Against Early High School Sports Merger
    ENFIELD — The school board agreed unanimously Tuesday to wait until 2016 to consolidate the town's two high school sports programs. The seven members present decided against merging the two sports programs a year earlier than originally...
  • L.A. Unified oversight panel rejects $42 million for computers

    L.A. Unified oversight panel rejects $42 million for computers
    The Los Angeles school district's bond oversight panel rejected a move Thursday by officials to spend an additional $42 million on new computers, including purchases under a controversial — and recently suspended — technology contract. The...
  • Colorado students walk out to protest proposed curriculum changes

    For the third straight day Wednesday hundreds of high school students walked out of their classrooms in suburban Denver in an act of civil disobedience to protest proposed curriculum changes that would curtail lessons about civil disobedience and other...
  • Deputies still looking for gunman who robbed 4 Westridge Middle School students

    Deputies still looking for gunman who robbed 4 Westridge Middle School students
    The search continues today for the teenage gunman who robbed four Westridge Middle School students walking to school Thursday morning. Investigators said there were three separate robberies, occurring on Oakridge Road between John Young Parkway and...
  • Enfield Hosting Security Expert, Holding Public Hearing On Armed Guards Thursday

    ENFIELD – The town council and the board of education will host national security expert Michael Dorn Thursday night. Dorn will speak before a public hearing on the town's school security officer program. Dorn visited Enfield last year to...
  • Eagles Landing gets national PTA kudos

    Bragging rights aside, Eagles Landing Middle School celebrated being the only middle school in Florida and among only 170 schools in the nation named a PTA National School of Excellence. Threatening skies moved speeches indoors on Sept. 12, but by the...
  • Western schools' teachers receive awards

    Recently five teachers received awards for exceptional service in the field of science education. The awards were presented by the Palm Beach County Science Educators Association president Stephanie Webster at this year's science symposium at Seminole...