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JHS Boys basketball team receives sendoff | News, Sports, Jobs

Students and staff lined the sidewalks outside Jamestown High School on Thursday morning to wish members of the men’s basketball team luck ahead of their hours-long trip to Glens Falls. The team is participating in its third trip to the New York State Public High School Athletic […]

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Riverside donates over $11,000 to local high schools | Local News

Riverside Healthcare’s annual Scores for Schools program has donated more than $11,000 to area high schools. “We are so proud of our local high schools for their accomplishments this year, and Riverside is grateful to be able to celebrate student-athletes and their coaches with this program,” said Kyle Benoit, senior vice president and chief operating […]

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Community Calendar | News, Sports, Jobs

THU/3-17 Alliance Live version of the online game “Among us,” 5:30-7 p.m., Rodman Public Library; 12-18 years old; information at 330-821-2665, ext. 217 Beloit West Branch School Board, 6:30 p.m., High School Media Room; working session at 5:30 p.m. Boardman WDB Zone 17 Executive Committee Meeting, Noon, OhioMeansJobs Center – Mahoning County, 127 […]

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Hijab ban aggravates Hindu-Muslim fault lines in Indian state

Ayesha Imtiaz, an Indian Muslim student expelled from school for wearing the hijab, is interviewed by The Associated Press at a cafe in Udupi, Karnataka state, India, Thursday, February 24, 2022. Female students Muslim women in this southern Indian state have found themselves at the center of a debate over the banning of the hijab […]

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Charles Greene Obituary (1944 – 2022) – Lincoln, NE

Charles Edward Greene March 21, 1944 – March 14, 2022 Charles Edward Greene, 77, of Lincoln died March 14, 2022. He was born March 21, 1944, in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, to Bertha Johnson. For most of his youth, he grew up and lived in Seattle, Washington. He graduated from O’Dea Secondary School, a Catholic school […]

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Leslie Richardson Obituary (2022) – Coventry, CT

Leslie K. “Butch” Richardson, 62, of Coventry, died peacefully at home with his family by his side on March 10, 2022, after an uphill battle with Cancer. Butch was born June 12, 1959 to Lois (Lee) Richardson and the late Franklin H. Richardson and lived in Coventry all his life. He was a graduate of […]

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Donald Schaet Obituary (2022) – Savannah, GA

SCHAET, Donald Donald Edward Schaet of Savannah, Georgia died March 9, 2022 at the age of 87. His long life was cut short due to complications from Alzheimer’s disease. Don passed away peacefully with his beloved wife, Gail, and youngest daughter, Claire, by his side. Don was born in Teaneck, NJ on August 18, 1934, […]

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The turmoil at the Desert Oasis school continues; many absent students

It was another tumultuous day at Desert Oasis High School in Las Vegas on Friday, with many students not showing up to class due to social media threats against the school. Clark County School District Police Lt. Bryan Zink said the online threats were discovered following school closures in Southwest Las Vegas on Wednesday and […]

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Teachers are reimagining US history lessons with diversity in mind

Brandon Brown poses for photos in Los Angeles, Thursday, March 25, 2021. Brown, a former history teacher and high school vice principal, is now a Billboard educational rapper who performs in the United States. He founded School Yard Rap, a California-based company that produces music about historical black, Latino, and Indigenous peoples often missing from […]

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Franklin boys win first section title since 2006

Franklin players celebrate after beating Center Grove to win the section title for the first time since 2006. chris williams | For the daily newspaper Anyone who has seen an upset NCAA tournament play out, whether on TV or in person, has felt that gradual build-up to a crescendo as the underdogs’ hopes grew ever […]

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Charles Quinn Obituaries (1937 – 2022) – Bermuda Run, NC

Quinn, Charles H. (Charlie) October 27, 1937 – March 1, 2022 Charles H. Quinn (Charlie), of Bermuda Run, visited his Heavenly Father on March 1, 2022. He was 84 years old. He was born on October 27, 1937 to the late Aaron Borders and Katherine Briggs Quinn in Shelby, North Carolina. He spent most of […]

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Longtime Lansing Dance Program Approaches Milestone | Way of life

LANSING, Mich. — For Beck Diamond, dancing wasn’t just a way to make new friends. It was a reason to go to school. Diamond, now an adult, had truancy issues when she enrolled at Vivian Riddle Middle Magnet School for Visual and Performing Arts in Lansing. One of four children of a single mother, she […]

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‘Oh, the places we’ll go’ | News, Sports, Jobs

– Daily Freeman-Journal photos of David Borer Drew Pulis, Cody Seiser, Tucker Murray and Jayce Abens performed a traveling medley at the Webster City High School Variety Show on Friday and Saturday nights. The show included performances from soloists, small ensembles and the Lynx Singers a— Daily […]

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Tackett 5th, Hobbs 8th at Central Region Wrestling Tournament

ADRIAN, Mich. — Caleb Tackett finished fifth and Alex Hobbs eighth for the Wilmington College wrestling team on Saturday at the NCAA Division III Central Region Championships hosted by Adrian College. Tackett finished fifth in the 197-pound weight class while Hobbs placed eighth in the 174-pound weight class. As a team, the […]

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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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Ethan Crumbley’s diary entries laid out the teenager’s filming plan, the path to his ‘dark side’

More ominous warning signs of Ethan Crumbley revealed ahead of mass shooting as parents face trial A haunting video was shown in court on Thursday of Ethan Crumbley at the shooting range with his practicing mother, Jennifer, with the same gun used in the Oxford High School shooting. ROCHESTER, Mich. – The latest testimony at […]

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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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Best High Schools in Washington |

As filmmaker and writer Nora Ephron said in a 1996 commencement address at Wellesley College, “Your education is a dress rehearsal for a life that is yours.” If so, high school may be one of the biggest dress rehearsals of all. It’s a place where students explore their interests, immerse themselves in extracurricular activities, finally […]

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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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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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Banning books is the wrong decision | Journal-news

Challenging young minds is one of the most rewarding things we can do as adults. One way to do this is to have students read wonderful, impactful books that pose difficult or, at times, uncomfortable situations. As adults, we should be there to help young people – whether they are our children, our grandchildren or […]

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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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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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Sterling wrestling qualifies four for state – Sterling Journal-Advocate

Sterling Wrestling will send four boys to the Pepsi Center next weekend. In the Tigers’ Region 2 3A Tournament on Saturday, they earned four top-four finishes, including a few regional championships, to earn their tickets to Denver. Casteus Combs took the crown in the 152-pound weight class with a 7-1 decision over University’s Paxton Daggett […]

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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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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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Michael Thomas is recognized by Continental Who’s Who |

DEDHAM, Mass., February 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Michael Thomas is recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a Distinguished Executive for his work in fundraising and in recognition of his work as President and CEO of the English High School Association of Boston. Michael Thomas is the President and CEO of America’s oldest public high school, […]

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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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Jeremy Kittel completes his residency at the Springville Center for the Arts

SPRINGVILLE- “It’s never a bad idea to start with a jig and a reel.” Jeremy Kittel recently said from the stage at the Art’s Cafe Lunch Session. He immediately jumped into a rhythmic fiddle song that had everyone from toddlers to seniors tapping their feet and clapping. Jeremy Kittel at the Concord Historical Society. Kittel, […]

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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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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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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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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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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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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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Make Note: January 19, 2022 – Pine and Lakes Echo Journal

University of Minnesota-Crookston Lachlan Larson, of Pequot Lakes, was recently named to the University of Minnesota-Crookston’s Fall Semester Chancellor’s List. David Maschoff, of Fifty Lakes, was recently named to the University of Minnesota-Crookston’s fall semester deans list. Candyce Marie Spielman, of Pequot Lakes, recently graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from the University […]

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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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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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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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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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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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Bad shot dooms Toronto Raptors against Detroit Pistons, NBA’s worst

Breadcrumb Links Sports NBA Basketball Toronto Raptors guard Fred VanVleet (23) is fouled by Detroit Pistons guard Cory Joseph (18) in the first half at Little Caesars Arena. Photo by Rick Osentoski /USA TODAY Sports Content of the article The combination of a tough team-wide shooting night and an opponent still angry from a nasty […]

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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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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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Italian study grants; Weiss 2021 Fellows Named | Journal Entries

Italian scholarships Two high school students from the area are among five students from across the state who won the Garibaldi Prize from the Silvio Laccetti Foundation in Fairview this year. The award is given to students who have demonstrated great success in their high school Italian studies while serving as role models for school […]

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365 journal entries. A roller coaster year as a high school student – Post Bulletin

As Luke Drake read aloud one of the four journals he had filled with daily reflections during the coronavirus pandemic, he looked up, a little bewildered. “These are sad things! He laughed. A March Journal entry. 17, 2020, “Covid Day 1” by Luke Drake. (Traci Westcott / [email protected]) An entry on November 5 captured the […]