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For some Canadian students, school disruptions have become routine – Barriere Star Journal

With the resumption of classes last fall, some Canadian students said they finally seemed to be settling into a school routine after more than a year and a half of intermittent learning interruptions. Some children felt like they were getting into the groove of seeing their friends, classmates and teachers within the confines of COVID-19 […]

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Personal finance education must reach all students

I have spent over a decade as a teacher, and there is one course that is “personal” for me and my students: personal finance. During my time at Sandia High School as a teacher for the Distributive Education Clubs of America, I spent my time teaching students the fundamental skills they will need to make […]

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Skimeister’s future remains on a downward slope

Mt. Blue’s Josh Smith switches from Nordic gear to alpine gear midway through Friday’s ski practice at Titcomb Mountain in Farmington. Andrée Kehn/Sun Journal Competing in four contrasting ski events gives Josh Smith and Nick Bancroft the opportunity to test their mettle on cold slopes and earn the coveted title of skimeister. But the number […]

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‘Heathers’ has ‘extremely high’ energy, no weak links in cast

By JE Ballantyne Jr.YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Collaborations between theater companies are a growing trend in the industry. It has many advantages, including integrating the strength of two theaters into a single production. Sharing costs as well as revenues can help make possible a production that otherwise would have been difficult for a theater to mount. […]

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Pitman unveils new Pride Rock Cafe

Students at Pitman High School have returned from winter break to the opening of a new food center that offers healthier locally produced food options. The Pride Rock Café provides a place to access additional food and a variety of ready-to-serve school meals in hopes of reaching more students during meal service and managing crowd […]

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On skis: safety, it’s us

Last week was ski patrol. We learned that at Sunday River, the ski patrol is part of a large safety team. This week, I return to this subject because it seems that we all need a reminder. Dave Irons, ski columnist No skier wants this toboggan run. We can avoid this need by following a […]

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Daily Journal Boys’ Cross-Country Runner of the Year: Carlmont’s Aidan Dimick | Local

The first time Aidan Dimick raced the Crystal Springs cross-country course, he was racing against his older brother Ryan. The race was nothing official, mind you, at least not for Dimick, who was a student at the time. He was just a kid with a dream and an older brother to the Carlmont cross-country team […]

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NM organizations received $530,000 in arts grants

A variety of folk art crafts, like the lacquer (or Maque Incrustado) pictured, are available as part of the annual ¡Fiesta Latina! mercado craftsman at Western New Mexico University in Silver City. (Courtesy of Western New Mexico University) Twenty-four New Mexico-based organizations receive grants from the National Endowment for the Arts. During the first round […]

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French teachers go on strike to manage the pandemic

Teachers and students hold up a banner reading “National education – working conditions – wages” as they demonstrate in Bayonne, in southwestern France, on Thursday, January 13, 2022. French teachers have withdrawn from a strike National Council on Thursday to express their anger at the government’s handling of the virus situation in schools, denouncing muddled […]

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French teachers go on strike to deal with pandemic – The Journal

Less than two weeks after the start of the winter term, French teachers are already exhausted by the pressure of the upsurge in COVID-19 cases PARIS (AP) – Less than two weeks after the start of the winter term, French teachers are already exhausted by the pressures of the upsurge in COVID-19 cases. On Thursday, […]

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Last of Navy’s new class of warships leaves shipyard – The Journal

The last of a new class of warships left a Maine shipyard BATH, Maine (AP) – The last of a new class of warships left a Maine shipyard on Wednesday. The USS Lyndon B. Johnson was built at Bath Iron Works and is the last in a class of three ships that the United States […]

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Daily Journal Female Tennis Player of the Year: Ava Martin of Menlo-Atherton | Local

Like many top junior players, Menlo-Atherton’s Ava Martin hasn’t appeared in every Bears’ Peninsula Athletic League game, focusing instead on the bigger and bigger ones. Part of head coach Tom Sorenson’s reasoning is that he doesn’t believe anything wins for Martin or his opponent if the Bears’ No.1 junior singles player just gets a shutout. […]

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Indiana lawmakers push back partisan school board bill

School board members across Indiana on Tuesday voiced opposition to a Republican-backed proposal that would add political party identifications to what are now non-partisan school board elections statewide. The bill’s mover, Representative JD Prescott, of R-Union City, said the impetus for the bill came from voters’ demands for more transparency on the part of school […]