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Villareal coach earns trust as player’s friend

Of the people who have coached high school girls in basketball in Albuquerque, or coached in an adjacent ZIP code in Albuquerque, the only person standing in front of Lisa Villareal is the hulking figure of Don Flanagan. Flanagan’s face is deservedly chiseled on New Mexico’s Mount Rushmore, with 401 career wins and 11 state […]

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Esports in City Schools Teach More Than Video Games – Business Journal Daily

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Charles Stark wanted to do something for students in the Youngstown City School District, seeing how disconnected they had become as COVID-19 forced many into remote learning. The response was to commit $86,000 to outfit and completely redesign a classroom at East High School with dedicated computers, game controllers and large screens […]

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Doncic’s flurry of goals puts Mavs on playoff path |

DALLAS — Through all the triple-doubles, buzzer-beaters and three All-Star Game trips in four seasons, Luka Doncic never averaged 40 points over a four-game streak until the last foursome before the pause. These matches also turned out to be the first since a trade ended Doncic’s European pairing with Kristaps Porzingis which never developed as […]

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MHS graduate back as high school principal | News

MONTICELLO – The next principal of Monticello High School planned to become an architect. But his mother, Susan, knew better. “The day my parents dropped me off, the first day I moved into the dorm, my mom was like, ‘Are you sure you don’t want to be a teacher and coach?’ “said Travis Courson. “So […]

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School district can keep Lincoln building |

MONTICELLO — Monticello Schools isn’t experiencing a shortage of space right now, but can still cling to the Lincoln School building after finding no takers when it was recently put up for sale. The district put the building and green space up for auction earlier this year, but no one was willing to shell out […]

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Sindoni of Tioga is MOW in Mayville | News, Sports, Jobs

MAYVILLE — Tioga’s Emily Sindoni was named Most Outstanding Wrestler after winning the 126-pound weight class at the third annual New York State Intersectional Women’s Wrestling Championship on Saturday at Chautauqua Lake Central School. General Brown’s Zoey Jewett won the 102-pound weight class where Jamestown’s Skylynn Tomlinson took second and Falconer’s Brooklyn Pryll […]

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Some school systems suspend diversity programs amid rollback

Alexis Knox-Miller, director of school system actions for Colorado Springs, Colo., poses Friday, Feb. 4, 2022, in the district main office conference room in Colorado Springs, Colo. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski) Conservative takeovers of local school boards have already altered lessons about race and social injustice in many classrooms. Today, some districts are finding that their […]

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Karen Morgan Obituary (1946 – 2022) – Marin County, CA

Karen K. Morgan Karen K. Morgan died of cancer at her home on January 25, 2022, surrounded by loving family and friends. Karen was born on September 12, 1946 in Cleveland, Ohio and attended St. Vitus Elementary School, Parma High School, and Ohio State University. She met her husband, Jim Morgan in high school and […]

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Senators expand definitions of learning modules and micro-schools | Journal-news

CHARLESTON — An attempt by Republican members of the West Virginia Senate on Friday to expand capacity for micro-schools and learning modules has become a debate over public versus private education. The Senate passed Senate Bill 268 on Friday morning, creating a mandatory school attendance exemption for children who attend learning modules or micro-schools. The […]

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David Best Obituaries (1950 – 2022) – Brayton, IA

David Gene BestJanuary 10, 1950 – February 5, 2022Visitation for David Gene Best, 72, will be on Saturday afternoon, February 19, 2022, from 4-6 p.m. at Kessler Funeral Home in Exira, with a Masonic service at 5:30 p.m. Funeral services will be conducted by the Reverend Dr. Rachelle McCalla on Sunday afternoon, February 20, 2022, […]

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Irvington Middle School Seventh-grade students look at cells under a microscope

Seventh-graders at Irvington Middle School used a microscope to observe and study the structures of red onion tissue. Photo courtesy of Irvington Union Free School District Irvington High School seventh grade students, who explored the role of cells in the growth and development of living organisms, conducted a laboratory experiment in the teacher Nicole Arvanites‘ […]

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Firelands – Cloverleaf high school girls basketball February 16, 2022 – Morning Journal

Photos from the Firelands–Cloverleaf High School girls’ basketball game on Feb. 16. Photos taken by Randy Meyers. Firelands’ Bella Simmons carries the ball against pressure from Cloverleaf’s Meghan Cavey during the first quarter on February 16. (Randy Meyers – for The Morning Journal) Firelands’ Bella Simmons leads the attack against Cloveleaf’s Emma Malikowski during the […]

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Soaring transport costs RPS | Revere Diary

At the Ways and Means subcommittee meeting of the Revere School Board last week, Revere Public School Director of Operations Matthew Kruse brought bad news: Fees Revere school bus system are skyrocketing. “Cumulatively, we’re up 63% with significant increases there,” Kruse said. “Transportation costs this year are dramatically higher than they were last year. So […]

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Life at SUMC – The Suffolk Journal

I had the advantage of being able to visit and learn about the University of Suffolk campus in Madrid while I was in Spain for the Global Gateway trip, but realized that most peopleple does not have this opportunity: he enters his study abroad program blindly. And although Suffolk Madrid have a website with a […]

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Weapon found in Socorro gym results in game postponed

Last Friday, a varsity girls’ basketball game at Socorro High School was stopped and postponed after it was discovered that a gun, placed in a backpack, had been brought into the gymnasium by a student from college. Socorro Consolidated Schools Superintendent Ron Hendrix told the Journal on Monday that a backpack — which had been […]

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Well-deserved recognition for the STEM school project | Jersey Journal Editorial

Congratulations and good luck to a group of STEM students from Christa McAuliffe School 28 in Jersey City as they progress through a national “Solve for Tomorrow” competition. Led by teacher Joel Naatus, eighth graders developed a rainwater harvesting system to keep school plants from withering. But it’s a system they hope to one day […]

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Palatine bans U-turns near Pleasant Hill School

Through Igor Studenkov | to February 13, 2022 The Palatine Village Council voted unanimously Monday, Feb. 7, to ban U-turns on the stretch of Cedar Street between Michigan Avenue and the end of the Pleasant Hill Elementary School baseball field. This is part of the village’s ongoing efforts to improve the safety of […]

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Tulum Country Club Real Estate Investment in Sustainable Tourism | World-class golf

Quintana Roo Real Estate has released a report on Tulum Country Club, highlighting a real estate investment opportunity that combines natural beauty… Playa del Carmen, Mexico – February 12, 2022 — Riviera Maya investment real estate experts are currently promoting the world-class leisure resort. The latest luxury opportunity is ideal for investors, retirees or anyone […]

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GOP pushes US schools to post all course materials online – The Journal

Republican US state lawmakers are trying to force schools to post all course materials online for parents to view COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Republican U.S. state lawmakers are trying to force schools to post all course materials online for parents to view, part of a broader national campaign by the GOP for a sweeping parenting […]

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Spruce Mountain School Budget Would Change Towns’ Shares

JAY — People don’t know how they’re going to pay their taxes, Shari Ouellette of Jay, a business owner and former school board principal, told Regional School Unit 73 principals Thursday night. The 2022-2023 budget presented to directors on February 3 is $22.17 million, or $1.42 million more than this fiscal year, which ends on […]

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Darwin M. Damcott | News, Sports, Jobs

Darwin M. Damcott Darwin M. Damcott, 77, of Clymer, NY, died at home on Tuesday, February 8, 2022, after a courageous battle with progressive supranuclear palsy, with his loving family by his side. Darwin was born on June 18, 1944 in Jamestown, NY, the son of Marion and Ruth (Godard) Damcott. Raised in Clymer, he […]

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EACS plans to scrap quarantine and contact tracing protocols | Schools

Another school board in Allen County is expected to take action on current quarantine and contact tracing protocols — and it appears removing coronavirus mitigations is on the table. An agenda posted today says the East Allen County Schools Board will consider the matter at its Tuesday meeting at 6:30 p.m. The item – “revised […]

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District Now Federally Approved CDL Trainer

PARIS — Tina Christophersen, executive director of Oxford Hills/Nezinscot Adult & Community Education, told the district school board that Winter/Spring 22 is off to a great start. She said that since the last catalog was released late last year, enrollments were 74 for academic courses, 45 for enrichment and another 21 for workplace training. Christopherson […]

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School ‘Equity Teams’ Disbanded by Mifflinburg Board | Local News

MIFFLINBURG — The equity teams were officially disbanded Tuesday night after another round of talks and a 5-4 vote by principals in the Miffflinburg area school district. Directors Brandon Straub, Mindy Benfer, Dennis Keiser, Melissa Wagner and Francis Gillott voted in favor of the disbandment motion. Wendy McClintock, Director and Chair of the Board, Tom […]

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Break on the high school basketball game

Breadcrumb Links Sports local sports Publication date : February 08, 2022 • 22 minutes ago • 5 minute read • Join the conversation While many high school sports will resume, basketball and wrestling will not. Exhibitor File Photo Photo by Brian Thompson /Brian Thompson / The Exponent Content of the article There was some good […]

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Esko School Board Continues COVID-19 Policy Discussion – Cloquet Pine Journal

ESKO — The school board voted in a meeting Monday, Feb. 7, against changing the contact tracing policy outlined in the district’s COVID-19 plan. Superintendent Aaron Fischer recommended the policy change after the district’s removal of the mask requirement for K-6 students took effect Monday, Feb. 7. Fischer’s policy would shift from district tracking those […]

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Students dive into the new world of live streaming and podcasting

Franklin Community High School students LR, Brandon Beaman and Jayce Miller use cameras Jan. 31 for the school’s Grizzly Cub network. If it’s a Franklin Community High School sporting event, he’s probably the voice behind the action. Thomas Crow dreams of one day making play-by-play at a Super Bowl or NCAA Final Four. Those dreams […]

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Bynum, Providence wins; Hoyas gives up worst 11th straight year

By PATRICK STEVENS WASHINGTON (AP) — Jared Bynum scored a career-high 32 points and No. 15 Providence won his seventh straight, beating Georgetown 71-52 on Sunday and sending the Hoyas to their school-record 11th straight loss. . The Friars (20-2, 10-1 Big East) finished a season sweep of the pulverized Hoyas and won 12 of […]

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Indian Creek girls repeat as sectional champions

A Division Championship game is a great time to have the best game of your season. Indian Creek sophomore Lauren Foster did just that, scoring a season-high 24 points against Speedway as the host Braves won, 57-50, to claim their second straight Class 3A crown. “She had 24 points and I don’t think she made […]

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A Spanish skier could create the surprise in the Olympic downhill

Adur Etxezarreta of Spain performs a turn during a men’s downhill training race at the 2022 Winter Olympics Thursday, Feb. 3, 2022, in Beijing’s Yanqing District. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty) BEIJING — On a previously unknown Olympic downhill course, securing a relatively unknown champion is a distinct possibility. Spanish skier Adur Etxezarreta could be the […]

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Lock Fizz | EDITORIAL | Las Vegas Review-Journal

A definitive review of how the United States and the world has responded to the COVID-19 pandemic is years away. But some early studies were not kind to those who touted draconian restrictions. On Monday, Johns Hopkins researchers released a report finding that shutdowns and other measures implemented early in the pandemic reduced deaths by […]

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PSU football adds two to 2022 signing class | Local

UNIVERSITY PARK — Penn State head coach James Franklin announced Wednesday the addition of defensive back Tyrece Mills and offensive lineman Vega Ioane to the signing class of 2022. Penn State has hosted 25 student-athletes who have signed national letters of intent to join the football program. Nine of the signatories have already signed up […]

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40 years on the road

Through Journal staff | to February 03, 2022 Donna Schoenbeck has driven school buses for District 211 for 40 years. She was inspired to start driving by her stepmother, former D211 bus driver Penny Little. Schoenbeck said she would retire at the end of March. A familiar face leading Palatine High School students […]

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Keystone’s Lampron targets Dayton – Morning Journal

Growing up in the small town of LaGrange, the 2021 Golden Helmet Award-winning running back from Keystone was looking to play in a bigger city. On February 2, he set his sights on the University of Dayton inside the cafeteria at Keystone High School. “Keystone is a small place and I wanted a bigger school […]

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Obituary of Jessica Lee Crumrine – Akron Beacon Journal

Jessica Lee Crumrine, 36, of Bath died on January 27, 2022. Jessica was born in Akron, Ohio on June 19, 1985. Jessie graduated from Firestone High School and was also on the bowling team. Jessica loved local stock car racing, cheering on her favorite driver (other than her #44 dad) Jeff Kuykendall among many others. […]

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Chemical Society Reviews Journal explores how OncoTEX

AUSTIN, Texas, Feb. 01 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — OncoTEX Inc., an oncology company developing first-class, well-tolerated, MRI-detectable cancer treatments targeting drug-susceptible and drug-resistant solid tumors, today announced its peer-review submission Chemistry Society Reviewsexploring the new AuraTEX gold compound platform technology, and how the human body’s immune system can destroy cancer cells. The detailed report, Metal-Based […]

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Immunization mandate for New Orleans schoolchildren goes into effect

DEVELOPMENT… The story will be updated as new information can be verified. Updated 3 times NEW ORLEANS – As school systems across the United States struggle to keep classrooms open amid the pandemic, New Orleans is set to become the first major district in the nation to mandate COVID vaccinations -19 for children 5 and […]

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Eriksen ready to play his return after signing for Brentford

With a thumbs up for the camera, Christian Eriksen revealed his new squad and his planned return to action – almost eight months after suffering cardiac arrest on the pitch during the European Championship. “I am pleased to announce that I have signed for Brentford Football Club,” Eriksen said in Monday’s social media video. “I […]

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OSHA Pros, LLC Discusses 8-Hour HAZWOPER Training Course

This press release was originally distributed by ReleaseWire North Richland Hills, TX – (ReleaseWire) – 01/30/2022 – OSHA Pros, LLC is proud to offer a range of OSHA professional training and refreshers, such as the 8-hour HAZWOPER training course. Designed as a follow-up training to both the 24-Hour HAZWOPER Training and the 40-Hour HAZWOPER Training, […]

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Skiing: Maine Winter Olympics streak continues

I have to do a bit of checking, but I believe Maine’s streak of having a skier at every Winter Olympics since 1948 was extended with the nomination of Yarmouth’s Sophia Laukli to the Beijing Nordic team and of Claire Egan in the biathlon team. Dave Irons, ski columnist Many Maine skiers are unaware that […]

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Grant helps WCHS expand aerospace program

Students in a new aerospace class at Whiteland Community High School build rockets and design flight paths. In the first year of the program, it has only six students, but $10,000 in new grant the Clark-Pleasant Education Foundation received from the Elba L. and Gene Portteus Branigin Foundation will help the program with much-needed materials, […]

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Kwame Alexander and Follett launch Bookfest classroom book clubs

The New Classroom Book Club Program for Grade 3 Students–8 includes titles, educator and discussion guides, and access to a podcast hosted by Alexander. Newbery Medal–Winning author Kwame Alexander went to Follett with an idea that had been “ruminating” for a while. “As much as I love writing books and as much as I love […]

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Evelyn R. Stanaway | News, Sports, Jobs

ISHPEMING, MI – Evelyn R. Stanaway, 81, of 1745 Southwood Dr., Ishpeming, died Tuesday, January 25, 2022 at UP Health System – Marquette. Evelyn was born in Crystal Falls, MI on July 19, 1940, the daughter of the late Cecilia (Holmes) and Eugene Kennedy. She grew up in Negaunee and graduated from Negaunee High School, […]

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Caliche Jr. High and High School Honor Roll Second Quarter – Sterling Journal-Advocate

Caliche College and High School have released their honor rolls for the second quarter of the 2021-22 school year. Students on the regular honor roll have achieved a cumulative grade point average of 3.33 or higher. To be placed on the top honor roll, students must receive a GPA of 3.75 or higher. Top Honor […]

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Carlton Public School District – ISD 93 – Cloquet Pine Journal

Carlton Public School District – ISD 93 Organizational Meeting Minutes January 3, 2022 Emerson called the meeting to order at 7:02 p.m. Members present: Emerson, Gustafson, Hagenah, Karp, Szymczak with Superintendent Engstrom. Absent member: Ojibway (arrival at 7:08 p.m.). Hagenah’s MOTION to approve the meeting agenda was seconded by Szymczak. MOTION carried 6-0. Acting President […]

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South Dakota House committee approves ban on trans athletes

PIERRE, SD — A South Dakota House committee on Wednesday approved a proposal by Republican Gov. Kristi Noem to bar transgender women and girls from participating in school sports leagues that match their gender identity. All 11 Republicans on the House State Affairs Committee voted in favor of the bill, which was billed as “protecting […]

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Universal TK is coming to TUSD

The Turlock Unified School District Board of Trustees received guidelines incorporating Transitional Universal Kindergarten into the district. California passed a $2.7 billion initiative last year calling for the universal transition of TK in all public schools by 2025. “(Transitional Kindergarten is) a school year that serves as a bridge between preschool and kindergarten, to give […]

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Martin Luther King Day – Milwaukee Community Journal

Hello, my name is Joshua Jackson and for me one of the most important holidays is Martin Luther King Day, because it was really an important day. It’s really nice to have a day off and sleep on days like these, but sometimes we forget the true importance of vacations in addition to a day […]

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Obituary: Charlie Boothby – Lewiston Sun Journal

Charlie Bootby BANGOR – Charlie Boothby died on January 23, 2022 at a local hospital. He was born to Laurence B. Boothby and E. Louise (Ricker) Boothby on the family farm in Livermore, Maine. He was baptized into the Second Universalist Church of Livermore and remained a proud Universalist throughout his life. Charlie was educated […]

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Netlist expands NVMe(TM) SSD product line

The N1563 series delivers industry-leading enterprise data center-class performance and security IRVINE, Calif./ACCESSWIRE/January 24, 2022/ Netlist, Inc. (OTCQB: NLST) today announced the release of its N1563 PCIe Gen4 NVMe™ SSD series, expanding Netlist’s Gen4 NVMe portfolio. This new line of SSDs delivers exceptional performance, new NVMe and TCG Opal security features, and the short lead […]

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Nominations for Wyoming Superintendent of Schools Keep Rolling In |

Eight new nominations for the position of superintendent of public schools have been submitted to the Republican State Central Committee, bringing the total number of nominees to 12. The position of state superintendent, an official usually elected by the people of Wyoming, is vacant because Jillian Balow, the former superintendent, resigned earlier this month to […]

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Youth overdose death renews pleas for Narcan in schools

Students at the Academy of Athletic and Medical Sciences return to school, Jan. 19, 2022 in Hartford, Connecticut. The school has been closed since last week after a student died of a fentanyl overdose. The seventh grader’s death has renewed calls for schools to offer the opioid antidote naloxone. The 13-year-old Hartford student died after […]

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MVD does not verify your COVID status

Extremely misleading texts and emails have been circulating in the state, appearing to come from ‘nmhealth.net’, a bogus website that underpins an effort to steal people’s identities, according to the real Department of Health of State. Agency advice: Ignore them. The posts are titled “Validation of New Mexico State’s COVID-19 Vaccine Status” and feature the […]

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Women’s basketball: defense leads Lewiston past Scarborough

LEWISTON — Lewiston coach Craig Jipson has praised second Ellie Legare’s defensive performance against Scarborough on Saturday afternoon. Legare had a block, converted all four of her free throws and locked out the Red Storm in the fourth quarter to help the Blue Devils to a 47-39 Class AA women’s basketball victory at Fern Masse […]

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Gwinn participates in the High School Bowl | News, Sports, Jobs

The Gwinn “Model townspeople” played the Bessemer “Speedboys” in the second round of the High School Bowl and were defeated by a score of 240-150. Depicting Gwinn, seated from left to right are players Abigail McCabe, Donald Jourden, team captain Ian Packard and Thomas Jenkins. Standing, alternates Emily Wright and Bo Zeug with coach Dan […]

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CCDS workforce, attendance improves after 5-day break

The Clark County School District saw improved employee and student attendance after classes resumed Wednesday after a five-day “hiatus.” The school district canceled two days of classes, combined with a long vacation weekend, beginning Jan. 14 due to “extreme staff shortages.” Students will make up for those school days this year. The district, which has […]

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Code of Code educational website offers free online programming courses

Code of Code, an educational programming website, offers free online courses with no requirements for people who want to enroll. Founded by programming expert Yasin Cakal, Code of Code is a website that aims to make basic programming knowledge accessible to everyone. The website has many features to encourage people to participate in the learning […]

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RLRS Board Update – Lewiston Sun Journal

The RSU78 school board met in person and via Zoom on January 11, 2022. Video of the board meeting, along with all presentations, are posted on the school’s website at https:/ /www.rangeleyschool.org/school-board/agendas-minutes/ Rowenna Hathaway, a secondary maths teacher, opened the meeting with a presentation of the secondary ‘project’ which was launched earlier this year in […]

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Will Montezuma-Cortez continue four-day school weeks next year? – The newspaper

The Montezuma-Cortez RE-1 School District recently moved to four-day school weeks and plans to maintain the schedule next year. School board compares four- and five-day weeks Speculation has begun over whether the shortened school weeks will continue in the next school year in the Montezuma-Cortez RE-1 School District, after schools moved to four-day schedules when […]

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Are we our own “domestic enemies”? – The Northern State Journal

**FILE** Andy Griffith sits in front of a bronze statue of Andy and Opie from the ‘Andy Griffith Show,’ in this file photo from Tuesday, October 28, 2003, after the statue was unveiled at a ceremony in Raleigh, NC Griffith, the actor who played the sheriff of the fictional town of Mayberry, North Carolina, sued […]

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House Republicans target COVID-19 mask/test mandates in schools | Journal-news

CHARLESTON — Even as the omicron COVID-19 variant sends hospitalizations back toward summer highs, Republican lawmakers in the West Virginia House of Delegates want to end mask and testing mandates in public schools. The House Education Committee considered House Bill 4071 on Wednesday afternoon, called the Public School Health Rights Act, passing it in an […]

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Revisiting Wilmington History – Wilmington News Journal

Wilmington College Professor Emeritus Neil Snarr addresses the high school class. Photo submitted WILMINGTON — Students of United States History and U.S. Government at Wilmington High School were able to learn from and talk to one of the cornerstones of our community, Wilmington College Professor Emeritus Neil Snarr, Jan. 13-14. Professor Snarr, drawing on his […]

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Commissioners OK SE property tax relief | News, Sports, Jobs

Staff Photo by Fritz Busch The City of Sleepy Eye is working with a builder to build a 72-unit apartment complex on six acres of land (shown here) the city owns south of Kibble Equipment and east of Maple Street SE Brown County Commissioners approved a property tax abatement of $182,000 over 15 years to […]

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White House soft launches COVID-19 test request website

FILE – Faith Terreri, an employee of the City of Youngstown Health Department, collects two COVID-19 home test kits to distribute at a distribution event, Dec. 30, 2021, in Youngstown, Ohio. The Biden administration quietly launched its website Tuesday for Americans to request free at-home COVID-19 tests, a day ahead of the site’s scheduled launch. […]

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Daily Journal Boys’ Water Polo Player of the Year: Sacred Heart Prep’s Griffin Award | Local

When Griff Price joined the Sacred Heart Prep boys’ water polo team as a rookie, he was already in the discussion as one of the best goaltenders in the country. Four years later, the discussion has changed. Now, Price isn’t just considered the best goaltender, he’s in the debate for the best high school water […]

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St. Emily Postpones Catholic Schools Week Open House

Through Journal staff | to January 17, 2022 St. Emily National Junior Honor Society students celebrate the school’s 60th anniversary (Photo courtesy of St. Emily School) Around the Archdiocese of Chicago, schools traditionally kick off Catholic Schools Week with an open house on the last Sunday in January. This year, out of an abundance of […]

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Threats at school are not child’s play.

By: Diana Bello Aristizabal Para leer en Español Last year ended in worrying fashion for the education community after threats to school security spread on social media. This situation revealed a deeper problem: our children and teenagers are not doing well. These threats, which were mostly made by children and teenagers in social media applications […]

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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, […]