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Horace Mann announces honor roll

WAUSAU – Horace Mann Middle School has announced its 2020-2021 second semester honor roll list. Sixth Grade Highest Honors (3.75-4.0) O’Ryan Anderson, Brynn Bancuk, Sam Barthels, Noah Berghammer, Grayson Best, Adee Beversdorf, Elle Boers, Isabella Bunnell, Isla Carew, Daeshia Chang, Zoe Dietsche, Adalyn Dirks, Alexis Drenk, Bryce Falstad, Bryce Gilbert, Emma Gilbert, Claire Gille, Jackson Gumbert, Kaylyn Hafner, Jackson Heise, Timothy Hughes, Maddox Hurtis, Aiden Kilde, Aliviea Kitzrow-Coleman, Xander Klein, Tanner Kostroski, Alexia Kufahl, Emma Kutella, Serenity Lee, Elias Leininger, Angel Lor, Grace Lor, Henry Maahs, Kaylen Majewski, Monica Modrzejewski, Jerzey Moen, Jacob Moss, Ryan Nardi, MacAllister Noll, Stella Olson, Aubree Palecek, Emily Parker, Benjamin Peterson, Nathan Rauscher, Carson Reich, Nicholas Schumacher, Savannah Schurter, Kate Sewall, Owen Springer, Gaige Stockwell, Alexandra Stolze, Eli Swemke, McKaea Taylor, Allison Thao, Kevin Thao, Ellie Vanzo, Carley Warner, Calysta Welle, Kaia Williams, Pa Yang, Brody Younger.
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Three Horace Mann Middle School employees facing battery charges

KANAWHA COUNTY, W.Va. (WSAZ) - Three employees from Horace Mann Middle School in Charleston are facing battery charges after police say they were caught on camera abusing students in a special needs classroom. Police say the abuse was physical and verbal. Walter Pannel, who, according to HMMS’s website, is an...
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Horace Mann instructors accused of assaulting two special needs students

CHARLESTON – Three instructors at Horace Mann Middle School have been named in two civil lawsuits alleging they physically and verbally assaulted two special education students. Teacher Anthony Wilson as well as aides Lilliana Branham and Walter Pannell are named as defendants in the civil complaints filed May 26 in...
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Three Horace Mann employees charged with battery

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A teacher and two aides at Horace Mann Middle School in Kanawha County have been charged with battery after allegedly mistreating special needs students. The charges, first reported by WCHS-TV, allege teacher Anthony Wilson, 45, of Beckley, and aides Walter Pannell, 51, of Charleston, and Lillian Branham, 65, of Beckley, were caught on classroom surveillance video.
Charleston, WVwvgazettemail.com

Horace Mann teachers accused of hitting, shouting at disabled students

A Horace Mann Middle School teacher and two aides beat and berated two nonverbal special education students earlier this month, Charleston police and two civil lawsuits claim. The lawsuits, filed Wednesday, allege that the employees refused to take the children to the restroom for long periods of time, forcing one of them to “urinate on himself.” Then, they “physically and verbally abused him.”
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Caltech Professor Awarded Horace Mann Medal

Brown University awarded the Horace Mann Medal to Ares Rosakis, Theodore von Kármán Professor of Aeronautics and Mechanical Engineering, as an outstanding alumnus. Rosakis, who earned master’s and doctoral degrees from the university in 1980 and 1982, respectively, was recognized for his research and mentoring skills, as well as being “a champion of societal impact that can be realized through the sciences,” said Larry Larson, Sorensen Family Dean of the Brown School of Engineering, in his nomination.
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Horace Mann: Q1 Earnings Snapshot

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) _ Horace Mann Educators Corp. (HMN) on Tuesday reported first-quarter profit of $39.3 million. On a per-share basis, the Springfield, Illinois-based company said it had net income of 93 cents. Earnings, adjusted for investment costs, were $1.10 per share. The provider of auto and homeowners' insurance for...
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Framingham-based Advocates enters into partnership with Franklin's Horace Mann

Two prominent human services agencies in the region have entered into a "strategic partnership" that will aim to help each organization better serve children, adults and families with intellectual and developmental disabilities, autism and behavioral health needs. Framingham-based Advocates and Franklin-based Horace Mann Educational Associates together serve more than 35,000...