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Channel 2 NewsThe newest member of the Alaska State Board of Education and Early Development has been sworn in. State education officials say Sue Hull of Fairbanks was sworn in by Gov. Sean Parnell at the board's meeting in Juneau Thursday. Parnell appointed Hull...
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Genevieve Willett Age: 8 School: Pine Jog Elementary in West Palm Beach Grade: Third Hometown: West Palm Beach Pillar: Caring Genevieve is a volunteer extraordinaire. She helps put on school events, collects items for recycling, participates in...
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The Huntington Beach City Council gave city staff the green light Monday to update its report on the possible annexation of the remaining portions of the Bolsa Chica Wetlands and uplands. In a 5-1 vote, with Councilman Dave Sullivan dissenting and...
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‘Breaking the Monopoly of Mediocrity’ education tour to hit Orlando on Wednesday, a chamber-sponsored eventSentinel School Zone - Orlando SentinelThe U.S. Chamber of Commerce's national “Breaking the Monopoly of Mediocrity” education tour is scheduled to be in Orlando on Wednesday for a day-long education summit. The tour, which began in October, aims to highlight problems with public...
As the second day of searching for two missing Costa Mesa hikers ended, resident John Sendrey decided it had gone on long enough. The 42-year-old IBM programmer thought a data- and technology-driven approach could be the key to finding Kyndall Jack, 18,...
Tags: Law Enforcement, IBM, Apple iPhone, Apple iPad
In response to the death of a student at La Cañada High School Friday afternoon, the school district canceled all events over the weekend. Also canceled was the PTA Founders Day Awards ceremony, which had been scheduled for Wednesday night in the high...
Tags: Google+, Arts and Culture, Ceremonies, Culture
Here are some of the things happening this week in Washington County Public Schools: Monday, March 4 Clear Spring High — Athletic Boosters meeting, 7 p.m. Fountaindale Elementary — Dr. Seuss reading night, 6 p.m. Greenbrier...
Editor's note: Every school day, the Aberdeen Public School District serves more than 1,500 students at Central High School, Holgate Middle School and Simmons Middle School. The same students are responsible for reminding their parents to give them...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMaryland currently doesn’t have a requirement that high school students take an online class as a condition for graduation. Sen. Christopher B. Shank, R-Washington, said he thinks it’s time for such a requirement. “Hearing from the...
James E. Johnston, a retired Navy Department worker who also maintained a home-improvement business, died Sunday of cancer at FutureCare Lochearn. The longtime Northwest Baltimore resident was 88. Born and raised in Roanoke Rapids, N.C., James Eugene...
The creative talents of a junior high poet, a high school photographer and an elementary school composer are taking the students to the state level of the annual PTA Reflections competition. The three are Noah Trong, a La Cañada Elementary School fourth-...
email@example.comIt started with a simple request for volunteers for the newly formed Habitat for Humanity of Washington County chapter. Cheryl Saylor of Hagerstown noticed the call for volunteers in the newspaper, attended an informational meeting and signed up....
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