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  1. 5 Questions: Tanya Bell says Indiana Black Expo serves Indy all yearaRead the original story w/Photo

    51 min ago | The Indianapolis Star

    Check out this story on Tanya Bell, who took over as president of Indiana Black Expo in 2008, said the organization offers youth and family programs throughout the year. One of its biggest, Summer Celebration, takes place from July 9-19, 2015, at sites throughout Downtown Indianapolis.


  2. Parents: Sonora High bullying response lackingRead the original story

    52 min ago | The Union Democrat

    The parents of a Sonora High School student say the administration has not done enough to find out who assaulted their daughter on campus in May. The girl, who the parents did not want identified, had been receiving obscene and threatening text messages for five months before the assault occurred outside a girls' locker room. The family has identified several female students as suspects.


  3. The Gabbard Team, Keller Williams Realty, Listed a West Chester Ohio Home for SaleRead the original story

    2 hrs ago |

    Bill Gabbard of The Gabbard Team listed the 2 story home for sale in the Beckett Station neighborhood of West Chester, Ohio. Cincinnati, OH, July 04, 2015 -- -- Beautiful West Chester Ohio Home for Sale in Beckett Station Bill Gabbard of The Gabbard Team listed this 4 bedroom 3.5 bath 2 story home for sale in West Chester, Ohio.


  4. ITIWA Executive Director authors book to educate High School studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | GhanaWeb

    Executive Director of the International Trade Institute for West Africa , Ms Getrude Nimako-Boateng has authored a book themed "High School Students; Your Guide For Success". The book is a motivational and thought-provoking piece to encourage high school students to make the right choices that will pave the way for the completion of their studies and set the stage for a fulfilling adult life.


  5. Desegregation lawsuit lawyers ask to see judgeRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | NWAonline

    Attorneys for black students in the long-running Pulaski County federal school desegregation lawsuit want a conference with the judge to discuss "urgent" concerns, including the operation of the new Jacksonville/North Pulaski School District. Rep. John Walker, D-Little Rock, and Robert Pressman of Lexington, Mass., told U.S. District Judge D. Price Marshall Jr. that the matters to be raised include the forthcoming Sept.


  6. Without vision, the people perish' - Reverend concerned about Annotto Bay youthRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Gleaner

    FOR MORE than a decade, Reverend Veronica Thomas has simultaneously served as the Anglican minister throughout five districts in St Mary: Annotto Bay, Enfield, Devon Pen, Long Road, and Grandy Hole. During that time, several of those communities have earned a reputation as turbulent and unruly, but Thomas refuses to subscribe to the notion that southeast St Mary's citizens are violence-prone.


  7. Art exhibit features work by youth in correctional facilityRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Denver Post

    The adolescents who created the artwork are locked up in what amounts to juvenile jail. They are awaiting court hearings involving criminal cases or have been found guilty of committing felonies and misdemeanors.


  8. Whatcom View: Community generosity aids Mount Baker High School studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bellingham Herald

    In the early 1990s a group of parents, administrators and teachers met to discuss the establishment of a scholarship foundation for the support of Mount Baker High School graduates. With the cost of any post-high school education on the rise, the goal was to assist students further their education.


  9. EDITORIAL: Next frontier for school choiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Press-Enterprise

    Any slight against liberty is felt by the whole - and so we are compelled to stand with our friends in the state of Colorado; specifically, the parents, students and officials served by the Douglas County School District. The Colorado Supreme Court this week issued a ruling invalidating a district program called the Choice Scholarship Pilot.


  10. Wash. boy, 13, charged for raping girl, 7, on school busRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | New York Daily News

    A 13-year-old boy in Washington State has been charged for allegedly sexually assaulting a 7-year-old girl several times on a school bus. The boy faces three counts of first-degree rape for the alleged assaults that occurred throughout the past school year in the Chimacum School District, the Peninsula Daily News reported.


  11. Teachers still sought in home economics fieldRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Washington Times

    Forty years ago, when Cheryl Tschetter started teaching at what was then McMillan Junior High, boys were for the first time allowed to take home economics and girls could enroll in shop class. Over the years, home ec was rebranded as "family and consumer sciences."


  12. Jamestown DAR Award Student Good Citizenship AwardsRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York

    The Jamestown Chapter of the National Society of Daughters of American Revolution recently awarded Good Citizenship Awards to Middle School students of area school districts.


  13. Edmonds CC partners with VOICE to provide work experience to student with developmental issuesRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | My Edmonds

    E dmonds Community College partnered with the VOICE program of the Edmonds School District in 2015 for the first time, to give one of the district's students, Brianna Horne, an internship and a chance to see what it would be like to work at the college. "Briana's experience here was developed to simulate working independently in a job on a college campus," said Lori Tiede, Edmonds CC Technology Training and Communications Project Manager.


  14. Northern Highlands schools chief starts 'dream' tenureRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Item

    Beckerman has served in principal and superintendent positions around New Jersey, and he has also worked as a teacher and principal in New York. For the past three years, he worked as assistant superintendent at the Jackson school district, a much larger district with ten schools and more than 9,000 students.


  15. Midland Park district vows defense against parents' lawsuit claiming retaliation by principalRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Item

    School administrators have called a borough couple's lawsuit "factually inaccurate" and "frivolous" in its claims that a district principal reported them for child abuse in retribution for a bullying complaint they filed with the state Education Department. A statement, emailed this week by a district administrative assistant at the behest of schools Superintendent Marie Cirasella, said that Midland Park Junior/Senior High School Principal Nicholas Capuano has himself been "defamed" by the lawsuit, which says he made "defamatory" statements about the Burkes to the state's Division of Child Protection and Permanency.


  16. MASH campRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Courier

    Eleven senior high school students from Pope, Yell, Johnson and Logan counties attended a Medical Applications of Science for Health camp June 8-19 at St. Mary's Regional Medical Center in Russellville. Pictured are : M*A*S*H director Carrie Pelfrey, RN, Shelby Forst of Scranton, Skyler Hooper of Russellville, Joshua Pierce of Dover, Hunter Jackson of Dardanelle, Rebecca Carter of Belleville and M*A*S*H assistant Brook Morrow; : Cecily Schwartz of Scranton, Emmy Schluterman of Paris, Ryan Harpenau of Russellville, Savannah Wiegel of London and Katelyn McConnell of Dardanelle.


  17. FDCSD searches continueRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | The Messenger

    As the summer continues, the Fort Dodge Community School District is working to fill two administrative positions before classes begin again in August. Applications are being accepted for the principal of Fort Dodge Senior High School and for the district's director of transportation.


  18. School district to ask for additional funds Posted atRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Sun Journal

    The Craven County Board of Commissioners will consider a $50,000 funding request from Craven County Schools during their meeting Monday night. The Craven County Board of Commissioners will consider a $50,000 funding request from Craven County Schools during their meeting Monday night.


  19. Canutillo ISDRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | El Paso Times

    The Canutillo Independent School District has hired the Jacobs Engineering Group to complete a facilities master plan - the third area school district to hire the firm. The firm will begin its project in August to provide a comprehensive facilities assessment and master plan to predict future needs to address building conditions and the student enrollment growth spurred by residential, retail and commercial development occurring across the Canutillo school district's boundaries.


  20. N.J. dairy outbids Wade's for school milk contractRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Connecticut Post

    For another year, Park City public school students will drink milk supplied not by a local, family-run dairy, but one based in the Garden State. Bridgeport's Wade's Dairy this week was again underbid for the lucrative, $800,000-a-year contract by New Jersey competitor Cream-O-Land.