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  • Oyster Point Rotary Club helps Mayors' Book Club

    Karen Gill, spokeswoman for the Newport News Public Library System, shared news that the Oyster Point Rotary Club recently donated $500 to the Hampton-Newport News Mayors’ Book Club. The mayors of the two cities, Molly Joseph Ward and McKinley L....
  • Ellen DeGeneres, 'Sesame Street' Lead Daytime Emmy Wins

    "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" and "Sesame Street" landed a half-dozen wins apiece on Friday night as the Daytime Emmy Creative Arts Awards were handed out in Los Angeles. DeGeneres' syndie yakker, a perennial Daytime Emmy darling, won a craft and...
  • Web-based community fundraiser set for May 2

    The Community Foundation of Washington County will sponsor a 24-hour web-based, social-media-driven fundraiser called washingtoncountygives.org on Thursday, May 2. The goal is to get local residents to support their favorite Washington County charity by...
  • Summer Pre-K Program Shows Great Promise

    A hallmark of President Barack Obama's recently released early childhood education plan is federal funding to expand pre-kindergarten for low- and moderate-income children, with mandates for state-regulated quality control and continuous program...
  • Fl’s new pre-k test set to debut amid some complaints

     
    In case you missed it, here is our story from yesterday on a new test for pre-K students that youngsters in Florida's pre-K program will begin taking this month. The new Voluntary Prekindergarten Assessment — required by the Florida Legislature &#...
  • Skelton: Protect California's students from illegal fees

     
    Even though a California Supreme Court ruling should have guaranteed equal educational opportunity, some K-12 students are still being gouged by illegal fees. George Skelton writes in Monday's column that new legislation and a lawsuit could help end that....
  • Is my toddler acting out because dad works late?

     
    Q: I have a 3-year-old daughter who started crying at day care, and her teacher says she also started pushing other children. My husband has started working longer hours and often is not home until she is in bed. Could this be upsetting her? A: Children...
  • Orange parents: free PreK slots still available

     
    Orange County parents — if you haven't yet signed your 4-year-old up for free Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten, there's still time. Also, some schools are offering extended-day care beyond the half day program. Call your local school for details —...
  • Is my son ready for kindergarten?

     
    Q: My son is scheduled to begin kindergarten in a few weeks. I have grown more concerned over the summer about his readiness for school. It seems like many of the 5-year-olds starting school are so far ahead of him. Some of them can even print their names...
  • Transitional kindergarten funding spared under Democrats' budget

     
    Money for programs aimed at getting youngsters ready for kindergarten will be spared the budget ax under a proposal expected to be passed by state lawmakers....
  • Orange special ed teacher speaks on Capitol Hill

     
    Hannah Ehrli, an exception education teacher of an Orange County pre-kindergarten class, spoke recently on Capitol Hill on behalf of the Council for Exceptional Children. Ehrli, who is the national group's teacher of the year, spoke in support of...