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  1. 2019 DB Brooks Offered By "Dream School" PSU

    Fantasy.scout.com - Football 05.23 / 01:07 fantasy.scout.com
    Penn State is the latest to offer outside linebacker Marcel Brooks out of Marcus High School in Flower Mound,…
  2. St. Paul’s School reports a history of staff sexual abuse of students

    Episcopalcafe.com - Lifestyle 05.23 / 01:03 episcopalcafe.com
    “Put simply but starkly, several former faculty and staff sexually abused children in their care in a variety of ways, from clear boundary violations to repeated sexual relationships to rape.” The tolerance by those who knew and the lack of awareness by most of the faculty and leadership “is all equally troub…
  3. Norman County West to co-op with Ada-Borup in high school activities

    Wday.com - Fargo 05.23 / 00:58 wday.com
    WDAYHALSTAD, MN -  Norman County West's sports programs will continue on, just not on their own anymore. Monday the Norman County West school board accepted a proposal to co-op …
  4. Fundraiser at Fargo school ends with smooch-a-swine-athon

    Wday.com - Fargo 05.23 / 00:58 wday.com
    INFORUMFARGO—The piglets hogged the spotlight, and Matthew Holtz and his family got a big gift and lots of love from the students and staff at Discovery Middle School on M…
  5. Fundraiser at Fargo school ends with smooch-a-swine-athon

    Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo 05.23 / 00:55 westfargopioneer.com
    INFORUMFARGO—The piglets hogged the spotlight, and Matthew Holtz and his family got a big gift and lots of love from the students and staff at Discovery Middle School on M…
  6. Salem Middle School closed Tuesday due to flood damage

    Wave3.com - Louisville 05.23 / 00:53 wave3.com
    Extreme flooding took over Salem on Friday…
  7. All Sonoma Valley school campuses to get new signs

    Sonomanews.com - California (CA) 05.23 / 00:50 sonomanews.com
    Over the next 12 to 18 months, every Sonoma Valley Unified School District campus will get a new “monument” sign out front, as well as ……
  8. Big rig fire burns into brush several miles north of El Tejon School

    LEBEC, CA (Monday, May 22, 2017 at 5:19 p.m.)—After four lanes had been shut down, the number 3 northbound lane has been opened, leaving one lane still closed. According to Kern County Fire...Continue reading: Big rig fire burns into brush several miles north of El Tejon S…
  9. Thomas Bailey named the new Washington Court House City Schools superintendent

    Recordherald.com - Ohio (OH) 05.23 / 00:42 recordherald.com
    The Washington Court House City Schools Board of Education introduced Thomas Bailey as the district’s new superintendent Monday night. Prior to the regular meeting Monday, board member Jon Creamer introduced Bailey, who was awarded a three-year contract. He’s currently the assistant superintendent of the Three Rivers Local School District in Hamilton County. He has served…
  10. Video of assault at Zane Middle School sparks outrage on social media

    Times-standard.com - California (CA) 05.23 / 00:42 times-standard.com
    A video of a student assaulting another at Zane Middle School in Eureka surfaced on a social media website over the weekend and sparked outrage among parents and community members.The video shows a girl pulling another girl to the ground by the hair from behind and repeatedly pulling her hair until bystanders break up the…
  11. This Week in High School Sports: Recognizing our state-bound spring athletes

    Mltnews.com  - Halls Lake 05.23 / 00:40 mltnews.com
    We celebrate all the Edmonds School District athletes who are headed to state competitions this week. Our guests include representatives from two of our three high school softball teams bound for state — Kira Doan and Gabby Calhoun from Mountlake Terrace and Savannah Spratt and Emma Helm from Meadowdale — and state-bound track and field…
  12. Why schools are worried about Medicaid cuts hurting special education

    Pbs.org - Education & Family 05.23 / 00:38 pbs.org
    Watch VideoJUDY WOODRUFF: And, as we just heard, Medicaid cuts are a key part of the president’s proposed budget. Mr. Trump’s budget assumes that cuts already in the House Republican health care bill will eventually become law and take effect. We have been looking at the potential impact of the bill. And, tonight, we focus on what it could mean for schools, and particularly special education. William Brangham has our conversation. WILLIAM BRANGHAM: Special education just…
  13. Food fight over roll back of federal nutrition standards for school lunches

    Lockportjournal.com - Lockport 05.23 / 00:37 lockportjournal.com
    WASHINGTON — Should America’s school children be offered strictly nutritional foods that they aren’t used to, or tasty but less healthy fare?…
  14. Oklahoma school apologizes for Hitler yearbook quotation

    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The principal of an Oklahoma high school apologized after its yearbook featured a quotation attributed to Adolf H…
  15. Food fight over roll back of federal nutrition standards for school lunches

    Clintonherald.com - Clinton 05.23 / 00:26 clintonherald.com
    WASHINGTON — Should America’s school children be offered strict nutritional foods they aren’t used to or tasty but less healthy fare?…
  16. This Week in High School Sports: Recognizing our state-bound spring athletes

    Myedmondsnews.com - Edmonds 05.23 / 00:24 myedmondsnews.com
     We celebrate all the Edmonds School District athletes who are headed to state competitions this week. Our guests include representatives from two of our three high school softball teams bound for state — Kira Doan and Gabby Calhoun from Mountlake Terrace and Savannah Spratt and Emma Helm from Meadowdale — and state-bound track and field …
  17. New Auburn High School open house set for May 31

    Wtvm.com - Columbus 05.23 / 00:23 www.wtvm.com
    After more than a year and a half of construction, the new Auburn High School will be open to the public on May 31 from 4 to 7…
  18. Incident at elementary school sparks crop dusting probe near mega farm

    Thestate.com-SC 05.23 / 00:22 www.thestate.com
    Clemson University confirmed Monday that it is investigating whether aerial spraying at a mega vegetable farm violated pesticide safety laws the same day crop-dusting was blamed for disturbing an elementary … Click to Continue…
  19. Rotary Club of Lynnwood, school district superintendent receive awards

    Lynnwoodtoday.com-WA 05.23 / 00:22 lynnwoodtoday.com
    The Rotary Club of Lynnwood was awarded the Community Leadership Award from the Edmonds School District last week during the Washington Association of School Administrators (WASA) Region 109 Awards Luncheon on Tuesday, May 16. The club’s president Marilla Sargent, secretary Barbara Lindberg and Lynnwood Rotary Community Foundation President Jonathan Hatch were all there to receive…
  20. This Week in High School Sports: Recognizing our state-bound spring athletes

    Lynnwoodtoday.com-WA 05.23 / 00:22 lynnwoodtoday.com
    We celebrate all the Edmonds School District athletes who are headed to state competitions this week. Our guests include representatives from two of our three high school softball teams bound for state — Kira Doan and Gabby Calhoun from Mountlake Terrace and Savannah Spratt and Emma Helm from Meadowdale — and state-bound track and field…