#Middle School

Old Town, MEBangor Daily News

New Old Town mural designed by kid shows city’s past and imagines its future

OLD TOWN, Maine — The city of Old Town unveiled a new mural designed by kids that showcases where the city has been and where it can go. With teacher assistance and city approval, the Leonard Middle School eighth-graders worked with Maine artist Abigail Swartz — who won an award in 2017 for her cover of The New Yorker that featured a Black Rosie the Riveter — to make a four-panel mural that tells Old Town’s history with a look to the future as imagined by the students.
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Keene, NHPosted by
Keene Times

House hunt Keene: See what’s on the market now

Whether you’re looking for a new home on acreage or a fixer-upper close to amenities, you can probably find a listing here to suit you: Easy, one floor living in this 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom ranch within walking distance to the Walpole Village. As you enter the home through
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Marshalltown, IAPosted by

Assistant Principal Kills Himself Amid Sex Exploitation Case, Following Teacher’s Suicide Accused of Same Thing: Report

A former assistant principal in Iowa who was accused of sexually exploiting a student reportedly took his own life last week. William Terry (pictured left), 47, is apparently the second Marshalltown Community School District employee who has died by suicide this month while under investigation for sexual misconduct. KGBT reported that Terry was found dead of a suspected gunshot wound in his basement by Marshalltown police officers who were serving a search warrant at the time.

CIPC Semifinal Round, Session 2: Jiarui Cheng & Yedam Kim (July 30)

Given relatively spacious blank canvases to work with, Friday evening’s pianists took different approaches to curating and performing their 40-minute solo programs in the Second Session of the Semifinal Round in Gartner Auditorium at the Cleveland Museum of Art. 22-year-old Jiarui Cheng, born in Nanjing, China and now pursuing a...

Ogden Photo Contest returns for 2021

The Spencerport Depot and Canal Museum has re-opened for 2021 and is currently open Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Ogden Photo Contest is also returning this summer. This contest has four age categories: Elementary (K-5), Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12), and Adult (18+). Local artists and photographers will judge each category separately, and prizes for first place, second place, and honorable mention will be awarded in each. There is no theme to this year’s photo contest, so let your imagination run wild.

North Laurel Middle School hosts cheer camp

The North Laurel Middle School cheer camp was held this past week with 94 enrolled campers and 36 North Laurel Middle School cheerleaders enjoying the "Jungle Safari Mini-Cheer Camp". | Photo Submitted.
Harrison County, MSwxxv25.com

Opening of West Harrison Middle School delayed

On Friday, the Harrison County School District announced students at the new West Harrison Middle School will begin the new school year virtually due to delays in construction. The district says supply shortages due to the pandemic along with impacts from Hurricane Zeta have caused delays and that students will...
Marshalltown, IATimes-Republican

Spotlight back on Marshalltown Community Theatre

Marshalltown Community Theatre (MCT) is preparing for a comeback season, with two shows in the works for this year. “We are all really anxious to get back on stage, wherever that stage is, we don’t care,” MCT Board of Directors President Lisa Naig said. She has been frequently asked about...
Taylor County, WVWVNews

Family fun attracting West Virginians to Taylor County Fair

GRAFTON, W.Va. (WV News) — Hundreds of West Virginians enjoyed family-friendly fun on Friday during Day 2 of the Taylor County Fair at the fairgrounds near Pruntytown. After having to cancel last year’s event due to COVID-19 concerns, Fair Secretary Julie Royce said she is excited to have the opportunity to get the fair back up and running for the community.
Lawrence County, INwbiw.com

297 students enrolled in LCIS as of Thursday

FAYETTEVILLE – The Lawrence County Independent Schools’ first day of school is August 10th. A total of 297 students are enrolled in the new charter school. Openings remain available in all grades, especially in the third grade, if anyone is interested in enrolling their child. Masks will be required for...
Sikeston, MOStandard Democrat

Sikeston school will have new name

A Sikeston school will have a new name. According to a social media post from the Sikeston R-6 School District, the building formerly known as the Sikeston 5th and 6th Grade Center will now be called the Sikeston Middle School. Building administrators brought this request to the R-6 Board of...
Moscow, IDMoscow-Pullman Daily News

‘Trophy Husband’ finds pallets quite palatable

Moscow Middle School shop teacher JD Poulos said he first began working with reclaimed wood from industrial shipping pallets by chance. He said his wife’s stepson had picked a few up for a project that fell through and offered them to Poulos, who used them to build an end table for his living room. Now, five years later, Poulos’s home is filled with homemade furniture and rustic accents that include some amount of the reclaimed wood.

Back-to-school information for the 2021-22 school year

Below are links for parents and students to help you prepare for the first day of classes. September 8-11: Kindergarten orientation activities. Information about athletics fees, physical exams, FamilyID online registration, student and parent concussion statement. Bell times. Salem-Keizer Public Schools will have new bell schedules for all schools across...
Monett, MOMonett Times

News in brief

The Cox Monett Hospital Pharmacy has expanded its hours of operation to Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. to meet community needs. Expanding services will also allow Cox Monett to provide chemotherapy and other infusions for patients. The Barry County Shrine Club is holding a gun drawing...
Cambridge, OHDaily Jeffersonian

Free Back-to-School Haircut Event

Zac Anderson of Pathways Fellowship along with Cambridge City School District is planning a back-to-school haircut event from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday, August 9 at Cambridge Middle School. “I know there are a lot of kids in our community who need and want haircuts,” said Anderson, who is...