Leckhampton: £35m carbon neutral high school opens in Cheltenham

A £35m carbon neutral high school has opened its doors to pupils. The Lord Lieutenant of Gloucestershire Edward Gillespie OBE opened The High School Leckhampton in Cheltenham. The school will create its own green energy using solar panels which will cut its carbon emissions. The county council first put...
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Canyon View Middle School Students of the Week

Payton is kind, hard working and does anything she is asked to do. She asks great questions that help drive the class toward our goals. Her dedication to her team is inspiring, whether it is keeping stats for the football and wrestling teams or her team of friends and family. When she’s not working on her learning, she can be found riding horses, watching NCIS, or chowing down on a good steak. Payton is a joy to have in class and strives to be nice to everyone. CVMS is proud to recognize Payton and her accomplishments!
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Some CT school districts seek waiver from state reading program

School districts in Milford and Shelton are seeking waivers to the state's Right to Read Act — and this might be only the beginning of what could be a line of schools planning to opt out of the state legislation. The Right to Read Act, according to state education...
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Haney Technical College in Panama City has openings for spring semester

PANAMA CITY − For Alexandra Murphy, trade schools are important because they help people learn skills needed to create brighter futures. As chief community relations officer of Tom P. Haney Technical College, Murphy said the school located in Panama City still has openings in four of its 18 education programs offered in the spring 2023 semester. The available programs are for aviation mechanics, automotive collision repair, marine mechanics and medical administrative specialists.
Bay Net

Anne Arundel Superintendent Announces $1,000 Bonuses For School Employees

ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Making good on a promise to show Anne Arundel County Public Schools employees they are appreciated for the work they are doing under very difficult circumstances, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Mark Bedell – with the full backing of the Board of Education – recently announced that permanent AACPS employees will receive a $1,000 Employee Appreciation Bonus next month.

Top 10 Summer Programs For Humanities Aspirants In High School

Your school year’s long summer break could often become a boring ordeal. The days stretch on, and you hole yourself up inside your house for most of the break. But you know what? You can choose not to let it be that way. In fact, you could make the most out of this break.

It’s Time To Fulfill Our Promise to Teachers, Students and Parents

The start of a new school year should be marked by excitement, nerves and, perhaps, more than a little yearning for a longer summer. But this year, the return to school is different. For the last two years, isolation, fear, confusion and uncertainty have taken a toll on our children’s...

Forrest County AHS is running Mississippi’s 1st electronic school bus

BROOKLYN, Miss. (WDAM) - Mississippi Power and Forrest County Agricultural High School have teamed up to bring the first electronic school bus in the state to Brooklyn. FCAHS Superintendent Donna Boone said the bus offers many benefits to students. “Well, number one is you can see by the wrap on...

Mid-East Zanesville campus academic lists

Sydney Boggs, Nevaeh Burke, Brendan Burris, Madison Goodin, Kamdyn Hall, Julie Kane, Julianna Locke, Samantha Morrison. Juniors: Callie Baker, Sydney Blanchard, Bennett Brechko, Kelsie Bryan, Ian Campbell, Delaney Carmichael, Corey Cubas, Aidan Davis, Isaac DiVincenzo, Trinity Durst, Zak Eck, Dakota Eckelberry, Charley Ford, Conner Fraley, Cierra Gensley, Ryley Gibson, Colette Girton, Raegan Green, Abbigail Guentter, Shelby Harmon, Kileigh Haynes, Alyvia Hinkle, Jacob Hoffman, Blake Hoop, Nattalee Jarrett, Joseph Keeter, Ross Lake, Hazen Lange, Laney Mathews, Ryan McQuain, Robert Miller, Julie Miller, Landon Miracle, Emma Miser, Brie Morgenstern, Sera Nihiser, Arianna Osborn, Jase Pakes, Jessica Powell, Gavin Pranoto, Carson Rowland, Kaid Smith, Porter Snider, Kaleb Spillman, Andrew Stark, Santana Strode, Emily Tezen, Jeremiah Thompson, Kenneth Tullius, Alexis Wagner, Parker Wickham, Brayden Wood, Madison Yates.
Delaware Gazette

Delaware Hayes earns Lighthouse Award

Hayes High School was awarded the Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence National Lighthouse Award Friday at Blue Ribbon’s national conference in Florida. Hayes Principal Dr. Ric Stranges and Assistant Principal Rex Reeder traveled to Florida this week to receive the award and to present about the House System at Hayes as well as the school’s new mastery-based learning curriculum.
Washington Examiner

Report: Charter school enrollment increases in Georgia

(The Center Square) — More Georgia students are attending charter schools, while enrollment at public schools is declining, according to a new report. New figures from the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools show that Georgia experienced a roughly 4.9% increase in charter enrollments between 2019-20 and 2021-22. Meanwhile, traditional public schools saw a roughly 1.9% decline in enrollments during the same period.

Branford Education Board Chair Shares Superintendent Search Update

In a letter to the Branford community published on the Town of Branford website November 23, 2022, Board of Education (BOE) chairman Peter Berdon outlined the board’s efforts underway in the search for the district’s next Superintendent of Schools. The full text of the letter reads as follows:

'One of the best things the district has ever done for us.' Escambia Schools celebrate staff

Despite the heavy toll of staff shortages and teacher burn-out, Escambia County Public Schools is working to show their staff how appreciative they are and give them a taste of holiday spirit. Jo McArthur, executive director for the Escambia County Public Schools Foundation, said part of her role is pulling the community together in support of the school district. One of the first ideas she executed was a special a “night out” for staff Friday night at...

LCSD1 Student of the Week for week of Dec. 5

Alexis Johnson East High, 12th grade Parents’ names: Troy Johnson (Dad), Melanie Johnson (Mom) and Amber Johnson (Stepmom) Alexis Johnson, who is a senior at East High School, was selected as Laramie County School District 1’s Student of the Week for the week of Dec. 5. ...

Zoë Smith promoted to director of Adirondack Watershed Institute

Changes come as Paul Smith’s College goes through leadership shifts. With longtime executive director Dan Kelting picked to serve as interim president of Paul Smith’s College, the Adirondack Watershed Institute on Thursday named Zoë Smith as the water quality organization’s new leader. Smith has served as...