Tag Archives: high school

KVHS Graduate Feddeler Receives Hershey Fellowship at Trine | News

ANGOLA – Tommy Feddeler, a junior from Trine University in Wheatfield, is the 2021-2022 recipient of the General Lewis B. Hershey Scholarship. The General Lewis B. Hershey Scholarship was established in 1988 by Army, Navy, and Air Force veterans in the United States and Canada to honor General Lewis B. …

Read More »

Hays community to vote on $143 million bond issue in May after school board approves $489

By Hailey Chapman Hays Daily News Last Monday, the Hays USD 489 School Board voted unanimously to present the $143.5 million bond issue to voters on May 10. The cost will be used to build a new high school, renovate the current Hays High to meet the needs of Hays …

Read More »

James Goodenough | Obituaries | Goshen News

James Richard GoodenoughJim April 6, 1930 – January 27, 2022 James (Jim) died on January 27 at his home in Toledo. He was born April 6, 1930 in Allentown, Pennsylvania to Russell and Elaine Goodenough. He was a descendant of Thomas Goodenow who emigrated from Wilshire to England in 1638, …

Read More »

Camden Haven public donated over $2000 to support underprivileged children in Myanmar (Burma) | Camden Haven Courier

The public at Camden Haven donated over $2,000 to support underprivileged children in Myanmar (Burma). Contributions were made by members of the public, the Kendall Op-Shop, the Kendall Community Center raffle sales and the sale of produce from Ian Oxenford and the Aung Mingala Farm of Tin Hta Nu in …

Read More »

Monsignor Gadoury will host new state higher education programs | Woonsocket

WOONSOCKET – The newly renamed Woonsocket Education Center may still be under construction on Main Street, but state officials are moving ahead with plans to bring career-focused education programs to the city , although the building should become a hub for professional opportunities has not yet opened. Earlier this week, …

Read More »

Decide between transition kindergarten or another kindergarten year

For children whose birthdays miss the Kindergarten deadline, parents need to determine whether transitional kindergarten or another preschool year is best for their children. While both provide education for children and help them prepare for kindergarten, there are some very real differences between the two. And because of these differences, …

Read More »

Should Illinois schools switch to distance learning as COVID skyrockets? Here’s What Pritzker Says – NBC Chicago

As the rapidly spreading omicron variant fuels an increase in COVID-19 cases, calls have mushroomed across Illinois for school districts to reinstate distance learning. At least two Chicago-area districts – Niles Township High School District 219 and West Chicago District 33 – have switched to online education, especially due to …

Read More »

Kerstin Perez searches the cosmos for signs of dark matter | MIT News

Kerstin Perez is looking for imprints of dark matter. The invisible substance embodies 84% ​​of the matter in the universe and is considered a powerful cosmic glue, preventing entire galaxies from separating. And yet the particles themselves barely leave a trace on ordinary matter, thwarting all detection efforts so far. …

Read More »

US Department of Education Approves Mississippi Plan to Use US Rescue Plan Funds to Support Kindergarten to Grade 12 Schools and Students | Mississippi Politics and News

State plan approval will release remaining $ 543 million in ARP ESSER funds Today, the United States Department of Education (Department) announced the approval of the United States Mississippi Rescue Plan for Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ARP ESSER) and distributed the remaining ARP ESSER funds to the state. …

Read More »

SMSD News: cries of students and staff

The students and staff of the Shawnee Mission School District (SMSD) continue to make our community proud with their many accomplishments. Here are some recent highlights from our school communities: Seal of biliteracy Our district is the state leader in obtaining the Kansas Biliteracy Seal. The Kansas State Department of …

Read More »

GNTC Adult Education Program Hosts Launch Ceremony

Georgia Northwestern Technical College held its GED launch ceremony on Thursday for students graduating from General Education Development. The ceremony was held at the conference center on GNTC’s Gordon County Campus in Calhoun to welcome students and families from the nine counties in GNTC’s service area. The evening began with …

Read More »

Governor Parson wants ‘big ideas’ for Missouri’s budget surplus

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson wants to do big things with the billion-dollar budget surplus and federal aid to Missouri, state lawmakers said last week. During a hearing of the federal stimulus spending subcommittee, higher education leaders offered their wishlists for projects the state could not afford in the past. Southeastern …

Read More »

Nolan provides funds for UAMS regional campus in honor of deceased son

Robert C. Nolan, former president of Deltic Timber, managing member of Munoco Company LC and resident of El Dorado recently made a donation to UAMS (University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences) El Dorado Regional Campus in honor of his son, the late Dr. Justin M. Nolan, professor of anthropology. “El …

Read More »

It’s madness to quarantine school children

Portland, Ore. An Oregon high school ordered its 2,680 students to stay home for a week and a half in September, two days of complete closure, followed by a week of online classes. Oregon Public Broadcasting reports that the district sent a “flash alert message” to parents at Reynolds High …

Read More »

Meet the LCPS District 2 School Board Candidates

LAS CRUCES – Two opponents face off again for the seat of the Las Cruces District 2 Public Schools Education Board after competing for the temporarily vacant position three months previously. Following the abrupt resignation of District 2 school board member Terrie Dallman on June 3, LCPS appealed to community …

Read More »

How to find your way around your neighborhood

PopSci is spend September relearning to eat. As intuitive as our love of consumption is, there is a lot between us and optimal nutrition. This month we’ll be breaking food myths, unlocking delicious cooking tips, and exploring our most common misconceptions about our food. There are 300,000 species of edible …

Read More »

Message from the community: United Way of Greater Milwaukee and Waukesha County announces the recipients of the 2021 Philanthropic 5 Award

Editor’s Note: Community Posts are the perfect place for community announcements and event posts. If you have a community driven event that might be of interest to our readers, please submit here. United Way of Greater Milwaukee and Waukesha County will celebrate and honor five community leaders and one outstanding …

Read More »

Asians in New York

The invisible minority – Asians in the city [SPECIAL REPORT] This special report from FOX 5 NY examines how the city government is seemingly ignoring the experience of Asian New Yorkers. NEW YORK – It’s a race story. And a fundamental question of who we think of when we consider …

Read More »

Junior Achievement and American Honda Finance Corporation Launch JA All About Cars ™ Personal Finance Education Module

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., February 16, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Today, Junior Achievement United States (JA) and Honda American Financial Corporation (AHFC) announced the launch of JA All About Cars ™, a new learning module in the “JA Personal Finance” program for high school students that explores the personal financial …

Read More »

Vanderbilt Experts Available to Comment on Back-to-School Trends | Vanderbilt News

As schools across the country prepare for the new academic year during the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers at Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College of Education and Human Development are available to comment on trends in primary and higher education. Contact: Vanderbilt Communications Division, [email protected] Learning during the COVID-19 pandemic Depression and anxiety …

Read More »