#High School Diploma

The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal

What I know Tupelo Schools are doing to protect children and provide better education

I am a Church Street champion, product of Tupelo Public School District and parent of a child at the Early Childhood Education Center. I want to express my support for the work the Board of Trustees and school district leadership have done this school year to safely drive towards the mission of “serving the community by engaging each student in an excellent education that develops skills and citizenship needed for success in a global society.”
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Yankton Daily Press

Various Positions - Yankton School District

Yankton School District is now accepting applications for the following positions:. 8-10 weeks starting in January. Qualifications: At minimum, Registered Nurse with current license in the state of South Dakota. Experience: Two years clinical setting. Long-Term Substitute. Speech Language Pathologist. 12 weeks starting in December. Qualifications: Certified Speech Language Pathologist.

20 Careers with High Income and Room for Advancement That Just Require a High School Diploma

Did you know that a college degree is not required for all fast-growing jobs that pay more than the median yearly wage? Flight attendants, for example, earn an average of $59,000 a year and are expected to grow by 31,100 jobs between 2020 and 2030. Here are 20 jobs with strong growth potential and good compensation that normally demand high pay.
Hot Air

New York City high school issues useless diplomas for all

At first glance, Maspeth High School in Queens, New York, looked to be one of those rare examples of a success story in the New York City public school system. Graduation rates were well above those of other schools in the district, as were grade point averages. Attendance was high and test scores exceeded those of many other public schools. In fact, at least on paper, you would have to call Maspeth a huge success. But the key phrase there is “on paper” because that’s all there was to show to the public. The principal of the school drove the teachers to assign credits for students who were failing or not even showing up. Other bogus activities were recorded to fluff up the school’s numbers. An investigation into the allegations concluded that the diplomas that Maspeth was handing out were “not worth the paper on which it was printed.” (New York Post)

Software Development Training Program Holberton Tulsa Graduates Its 1st Class

The first cohort of 17 students has graduated from Holberton Tulsa, a tuition-deferred software development school. They started the 20-month program in January 2020 and continued throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, earning certificates in options like machine learning or augmented and virtual reality. Holberton Tulsa Executive Director Libby Ediger said almost half of their first group of students secured a job before graduation, and all but one of those jobs was in the Tulsa area.

Cochise College President Rottweiler earns 2021 Leader of the Year award

In the world of higher education, leaders are the innovators in revolutionizing communities. The president of Cochise College, Dr. J.D. Rottweiler, has been named the 2021 Leader of the Year. The Arizona Capitol Times recognized Rottweiler for his history of contributions in the world of academics. Originally planning to go...

New Pima County program aims to help students get their high school diploma

The Pima County School Superintendent’s Office, in partnership with Grad Solutions, has launched a high school diploma recovery program. The PCSS Diploma Recovery Program is a free statewide initiative for students ages 16 to 21 who have been out of school for more than 30 days. There are about 18,000 young people in Pima County and more than 100,000 throughout the state who fit this criteria, a news release said.

Library Clerk Position Available

Come join our team! C. C. Mellor Memorial Library has an immediate opening for a part-time position as Library Clerk. This is a position with 12 – 25 hours a week split between our Edgewood and Forest Hills locations. Pay range is 9 – 13 dollars/hour. We are a busy...
York Dispatch Online

1964 Central grad returns diploma in disgust over book ban

I just put my 1964 Central York High School diploma in the mail to the school board at 775 Marion Road. I no longer want to be associated with this school district in any way, shape or form. For the school board to ban a four-page list of videos, articles,...

Telecommunicator, Campus Police

3 years of experience working as front-line administrative support or call center operator. Excellent computer skills in word processing and spreadsheets with the willingness to increase these skills. Ability to use phone system, calculator and two-way radio. Must be DCI certified or able to be certified as a DCI operator.

CHS Students Outperform Nation On SAT

CARROLLTON, GA — Carrollton High School students have yet again topped the national average in SAT performance while also increasing the number of students who took the popular college entrance exam. Carrollton’s Class of 2021 earned a composite score of 1071, 33 points higher than the national average of 1038....

iSchool High-Atascocita now open at Lone Star College-Atascocita Center

ISchool High-Atascocita, a tuition-free public charter school, opened a new campus on Aug. 23 at Lone Star College-Atascocita Center, 15903 W. Lake Houston Parkway, Houston. The school, which is available to ninth- and 10th-grade students this year, offers dual-credit courses, allowing students the opportunity to earn a high school diploma and an associate degree upon graduation. Officials noted iSchool High-Atascocita will expand by one grade level each year until it is available to all high school grade levels by 2023. In addition to earning college credits, students will have access to clubs, sports and traditional high school events, such as homecoming. 832-306-3603.


Applications are currently being accepted for an annual graduation ceremony that awards high school diplomas to men and women whose education was interrupted due to military service or internment. Reporter Ernest Figueroa has more on the 13th annual Operation Recognition Veterans Diploma Project…. The San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools,...