Computer Science Grad Develops Communication Technology For The Deaf Neighborhood In Asu School Rooms

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Atlanta aims to enroll the majority of students in summer school

ExploreCOVID-19 cases reported at metro Atlanta public schools

Registration for the virtual and in-person Summer Academic Recovery Academy is open through the end of the month.

APS estimates it will spend $13 million in federal stimulus funds on this summer’s effort, the first of a three-year push to extend learning after the traditional school year ends in May.

It budgeted another $2.3 million to provide on-site child care as

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A roundup of questions, school levys/bonds on Greene County ballots

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Greene County voters will be headed to the polls in a little more than a week to decide who will serve on many municipal councils and school boards for the next couple of years.

But along with votes on representatives, residents of Ash Grove, Rogersville and Walnut Grove, as well as people living in the boundaries of the Walnut Grove and Republic school districts, will decide on municipal and

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Beacon Academy teacher delights school with goofy educational YouTube show

Fridays are most students’ favorite day of the week at Beacon Academy, a K-8 charter school in Crystal.

But the reasons go beyond the day being the end of a long school week or the anticipation of a break from wearing school uniforms.

Fridays mean it’s time for the latest episode of “Mr. Lee’s Brain Break.”

“Mr. Lee’s Brain Break” is an educational YouTube series created specifically for Beacon Academy

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Muirlands-based robotics teams reflect on their years together as middle school winds down

It’s the last roundup for two La Jolla eighth-grade robotics teams that have students who have been together since elementary school and are trying to make the most of their last year before moving on to what in some cases will be different high schools.

The Muirlands Constructors and Team Architech, whose members are predominantly from Muirlands Middle School, are participating in the Southern California First Lego League robotics tournament,

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New garden at Montrose Field House to focus on nutrition education for after school, summer enrichment programs | Local News Stories



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Brad Distel, left, and David Morris begin construction of a new garden at the Montrose Field House on Monday, March 8, 2021. 




Montrose Recreation District took a step forward in its mission to construct a community garden and teach nutrition benefits and healthy lifestyles.

MRD program coordinators and maintenance leaders broke ground on a new garden Monday at the Field House site. It served as the

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This isn’t the reopened school we’d expected

WOODLAND HILLS, CA - DECEMBER 09, 2020: Cynthia Medrano, a college counselor at Alliance Marine Tech High School, an LAUSD charter school in Sun Valley, works remotely at her home in Woodland Hills. Medrano is a dedicated counselor who has worked hard this semester to connect with her students remotely, texting, emailing, and setting up one-on-one virtual meetings to encourage them to apply to college and make sure they've completed the necessary steps, despite the absence of an on-campus presence. (Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times)

Cynthia Medrano, a college counselor at Alliance Marine Tech High School, an LAUSD charter school in Sun Valley, works remotely. (Los Angeles Times)

Middle and high school students in the Los Angeles Unified School District will head back to campus two days a week in late April or early May, assuming various stars align. By that time, barely any of the school year will be left to salvage — which

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Back to school for more epic highs and lows of high school football

How To Practice Safe Shipping in ‘Riverdale’

The stars of the CW hit show explain how to protect yourself — from shipping too dramatically.

Despite Riverdale fast-forwarding seven years post-high school just two episodes ago, this week took us right back to the oh-so-familiar hallways of Riverdale High. We really just can’t escape this place, huh?

And if this week’s recap of all the epic highs and lows of high

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Risky for Montclair to reopen school buildings | Letters

In response to “Montclair parent: Let’s get kids back in the classroom,” the recent op-ed by Dr. Lauren Brucia, I would like add my own thoughts resulting from almost 40 years of teaching in elementary schools.

I taught in the inner-city in a major New Jersey district, and the newest building I was assigned to was at least 40 years old. It showed all of those years through breakdown after

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Shooting claims life of 17-year-old New London High School student

Feb. 19—NEW LONDON — Police are investigating the shooting death of a 17-year-old New London High School student Wednesday night in the area of Grand and Elm streets.

Police said that at approximately 6:22 p.m., emergency personnel responded to a report of shots fired with an injured person in the road. When they arrived, they found a 17-year-old boy who was declared dead by paramedics.

Police said the incident does

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The Day – Shooting claims life of 17-year-old New London High School student


New London — Police are investigating the shooting death of a 17-year-old New London High School student Wednesday night in the area of Grand and Elm streets.

Police said that at approximately 6:22 p.m., emergency personnel responded to a report of shots fired with an injured person in the road. When they arrived, they found a 17-year-old boy who was declared dead by paramedics.

Police said the incident does not

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East Bay’s Skinner introduces ‘School Meals for All’ bill

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State Sen. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, introduced legislation Wednesday to make free meals available to every public school student without any burdensome application process or eligibility determination. With provisions that emphasize meals that are freshly prepared with locally grown food, SB 364, the “School Meals for All” bill, is meant to reduce hunger, improve learning, help families and support California farmers and food producers.

“Free education for every child

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2 N.J. school districts are putting more money toward students. It’s a model others could follow.

School districts in New Jersey have been forced to adjust to a countless number of changes over the last year in face of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. But, in the months before the outbreak, officials from two school districts in the Garden State made the decision make changes to share resources and put more taxpayer dollars toward students.

Since the beginning of the 2019-20 school year, a shared services relationship

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School playground in Olathe explodes with color

This colorful new playground became a fun place to play at Tomahawk Elementary School in Olathe.

This colorful new playground became a fun place to play at Tomahawk Elementary School in Olathe.

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Sometimes, good things descend from the top of an organization. But other times, it takes people with a passion among the rank-and-file to make a change.

So it was with the asphalt playground at Tomahawk Elementary School in Olathe, where an idea to touch up faded paint last summer turned into something

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Gov. Cuomo announces proposal to open low-cost finance, design, construction services to all non-profits, school districts

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Gov. Cuomo announced a proposal to open the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York’s (DASNY) low-cost financing, design and construction services to all non-profits and school districts as part of the Governor’s 2021 State of the State agenda.

Through this program, nonprofit organizations and school districts can access DASNY’s services for needed improvements at lower costs during COVID-19 so they can spend their resources

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Nevada high school sports drought ends Friday

When Amplus Academy first announced it would start a flag football program, the response was anything but overwhelming.

Coach Ariana Grgas said one player showed up in person and two virtually to the first meeting. But word quickly spread, and a team of 12 was formed.

On Friday, the Archers will make history as they play their first game against SLAM! Nevada at 4:30 p.m. on Field No. 6 at

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Pinnacles Prep set to transform Community Center into a new school | Education

WENATCHEE — A new charter school in Wenatchee is now a step closer to reality as Pinnacles Prep took over management of the Community Center Campus, 504 S. Mission St., on Jan. 1.

The charter school group entered into a lease agreement with the city of Wenatchee to manage the campus for the next 30 years. The deal is broken into five, six-year terms.

“Right now, we just received the

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At least 285 kids and school staff caught COVID-19 at school, new state stats show

Find all of the most important pandemic education news on Educating N.J., a special resource guide created for parents, students and educators.

The number of students, teachers and school staff who have contracted or transmitted the coronavirus at school rose to 285 this week after four new school outbreaks were reported, state health officials said Wednesday.

The new school outbreaks — defined as cases in which two or more

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School districts making plans for virtual learning again

ST. LOUIS – COVID cases in teachers are making it hard to staff schools properly causing some school districts to make some changes to their learning plans.

Parkway is considering making some changes to how they’ll proceed with the school year. They have a virtual meeting set for Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. At last check, 78 students tested positive for COVID-19, 628 in quarantine after possible exposure, 27 staff member

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Harrison goes high-tech with new school for the youngest of district’s students

HARRISON — Students at the new Kennedy School in Harrison will have a wealth of technology at the tips of their tiny fingers when they finally get into the classrooms.

Town and district officials held a ribbon cutting last week for the school — which will be home to the town pre-K through first-grade students — even though the building has remained closed so far this school year because of

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