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  1. Principals In Ohio County Seek RaiseRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | The Intelligencer

    Ohio County School students performed well on the most recent WESTEST 2, and building principals are asking they be rewarded for this year's accomplishments with a 3-percent raise. Madison Elementary School principal Walt Saunders, president of the Ohio County Principals Association, recently addressed the issue with school board members - who earlier this year approved $1,000 across the board wage increases for all employees.

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  2. Boys and Girls Club wants to create $10M ... 8 minutes agoRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Victoria Advocate

    Last summer, when the Boys and Girls Club of DeWitt County opened its doors, the new club grew into a 50-member organization with an average daily attendance of 30 members and a few people on staff. The club grew into what it is now with the help of the city of Cuero, which leased a building to the organization for free, and from the Cuero Independent School District, which helped bus students to the building's front door on East Courthouse Street, and with support from the community, which offered individual donations.

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  3. Editorial: Opportunity exists for Alford to mold schoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Aiken Standard

    File Photo Sean Alford, who was chosen as the new superintendent for Aiken County schools this week, speaks to parents during his time working in Dorchester School District Two in Summerville. The selection of a new superintendent for Aiken County should come with a sense of opportunity, as well as a new set of challenges.

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  4. For the record: Appleman stepping aside after 547 winsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Altoona Mirror

    Jeff Appleman enjoyed a very successful basketball coaching career that spanned nearly three decades at three different high schools, produced 547 total wins, one state championship and nine district titles. But, at the age of 65 and with 29 years on the sidelines as a coach, he figured that enough was enough.

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  5. Chicago teachers protest planned cutsRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Daily Chronicle

    Ronald Jackson pickets outside City Hall to protest $200 million in planned public schools cuts Thursday in Chicago. Chicago school and city officials detailed the cuts, including layoffs, scaled-back maintenance and reduced transportation, to the nation's third-largest school district on Wednesday, one day after the district paid a $634 million pension bill officials said it couldn't afford.

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  6. St. Bonaventure's ArtMobile Visits Ring ElementaryRead the original story w/Photo

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

    "Does anyone know the artist that created these paintings?" asked St. Bonaventure University education major, Brooke Skroback, as she pointed to paintings on an easel.

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  7. Educating For Life:Read the original story

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

    "I live with my family. I like to play football. My favorite food is chicken and pizza," said a Cambodian student in a video played for Love Elementary School third-graders during a recent visit from David and Marissa Troxell from the Rotary Club of Jamestown.

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  8. Give Postlewait a fair chanceRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Post and Courier

    Gerrita Postlewait visited the Charleston County School District offices in June as a finalist for the superintendent position. The Charleston County School Board's 5-4 vote Thursday on the choice of a new superintendent reflected continuing deep divisions about public education in our community.

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  9. Panama City Beach to get new Elementary SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | WJHG-TV Panama City

    With the surprise announcement of a public-private partnership for the Panama City Beach sports village complex with the St. Joe Company came another surprise. While students won't fill the desks of the new school for several years, Bay District School Superintendent Bill Husfelt said the district is preparing for families to grow along with Panama City Beach.

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  10. Canterbury teacher selected to attend C-SPAN educators conferenceRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Fort Wayne News-Sentinel

    Canterbury Middle School social studies teacher Miriel McFarland is among 30 educators nationally selected to participate in the C-SPAN cable TV network's classroom program's 2015 Educators' Conference on Thursday and July 10 in Washington, D.C. McFarland competed with applicants from across the country to earn a seat at the conference. C-SPAN provides round-trip air fare, hotel accommodations and meals for all participants.

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  11. Sacramento School: Hey, Let's Dumb Down Education for ImmigrantsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Townhall

    Unfortunately, a Sacramento city school district is doing everything it can to prevent children of immigrants from acquiring the skills of citizenship. The Sacramento City Unified School District's Board of Trustees has unanimously agreed to establish an ethnic studies pilot program because, as Drudge put it in a headline that is almost an oxymoron, eighty percent of the students in the school are minorities.

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  12. Huntley woman joins Cary School District 26 as new HR coordinatorRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Northwest Herald

    CARY – There is a new face in the one-person human resources department of Cary Community Consolidated School District 26. She had been learning from Barbara Cummins, who recently retired from the post after 26 years with the district, but took over on her own Wednesday. “I'm just looking to jump in and meet people, and work to serve their needs and be available to anyone who has questions,” said Sturz, who came from a company in the Chicagoland area.

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  13. Lions legend Charlie Sanders dies at 68Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Erie Times News

    For a decade, Charlie Sanders was one of the best tight ends in the NFL, a sure-handed pass catcher who helped revolutionize the position. When Sanders" playing career ended in 1977, a year after he suffered a serious knee injury, he remained a staple of the organization, first as a broadcaster, then an assistant coach, and most recently "" since 1998 "" as a member of the personnel department.

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  14. Gateway Showcase salutes AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Star

    STAFF PHOTO BY LARRY WOOD From left, Gateway students Riley McIntosh, Evalynn Franklin, Kasbie Tolliver-Jones, Lily Boswell and Orihanna Martin beat out a patriotic rhythm on plastic buckets wrapped in red, white and blue stars and stripes. Elementary school students in the summer Gateway arts program celebrated Independence Day early Wednesday with a star-spangled “Tribute to America.” During the multimedia Showcase performance, the students – from drama, dance, music and the visual arts – sang, danced, acted and played musical instruments.

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  15. Susanna Contreras Smith becomes sole superintendent for Montebello Unified School DistrictRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Whittier Daily News

    MONTEBELLO – About 17 months after naming two people as in essence co-superintendents, the job is being given to Susanna Contreras Smith, who had been superintendent of education. Meanwhile, Cleve Pell, who had been superintendent schools, will become the district's new chief financial and operations officer.

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  16. Public school board offers credit course to ease transition to high schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Windsor Star

    Greater Essex County District School Board teacher Dan Fister is running a summer course to prep Grade 8 students to enter Grade 9 June 29, 2015. . July 6-29 at the Catholic Education Centre, 1325 California Ave. and at H.J. Lassaline Catholic Elementary School, 3145 Wildwood Dr. Intended for students in Grades 2 and 3, this program is designed to prevent the "summer slide back" that some children experience as a result of being away from learning throughout the summer break.

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  17. North Xtra: New Shaler coach optimisticRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Post-gazette.com

    Amanda O'Connor, the new girls volleyball coach at Shaler Area High School, had an unusual senior project for her final year at Seneca Valley High School. "The district couldn't find a coach for our seventh grade boys volleyball team," said O'Connor, who graduated from Seneca Valley in 2004.

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  18. McKeesport Area raises school property taxesRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Post-gazette.com

    The school board voted 6-3 on June 24 passing a $59.42 million budget for 2015-16 that sets the millage rate at 16.15, up 0.45 mills from last year. Directors Patricia Maksin, Trisha Gadson, Mary Jane Keller, Terri Kisan, Thomas Maglicco and Scott Smith voted in favor of the budget and Joe Lopretto, Christopher Halaszynski and Steven Kondrosky voting against it.

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  19. Penn Hills schools pass $97 million budget balanced by $12 million loan, tax hikeRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Post-gazette.com

    The board for the financially troubled Penn Hills School District has approved a $97 million budget balanced with a 0.65-mill tax increase, a $12 million short-term loan and staff cuts. The 6-1 vote came Monday night, a day before the state-mandated deadline for school district budgets.

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  20. Vallejo Child Development Center receives new play setRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Vallejo Times-Herald

    Students of Vallejo's Child Development Center will not only have a new space, but also a new play set and benches, to greet them in the upcoming school year. The center is moving to a new location at the south campus of Vallejo High School after being displaced by a natural gas explosion in November on the north side of the campus.

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