‘Shark Tank’ style competition being held for Marion County high school students

Marion County high school students will be pitching their ideas for a new business during an upcoming ‘Shark Tank’ style competition. The 8th Annual Marion County Youth Business Plan Competition kicks off at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, December 13 at the Raney’s Inc. auditorium located at 3030 W Silver Springs Boulevard in Ocala.
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Students killed in Michigan school shooting

Oakland County Undersheriff Mike McCabe confirmed three students had died after a person with a gun opened fire at Oxford High School in Oxford, Mich., roughly 40 miles north of Detroit, on Tuesday afternoon. Eight people were injured and taken to the hospital, including at least one teacher. Police took a suspect, a 15-year-old male sophomore, into custody without injury or resistance within five minutes of authorities arriving at the school. They also recovered a semi-automatic handgun and around 20 shell casings at the scene. The identified the dead as a 16-year-old boy and two girls ages 14 and 17.
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British Learning Centre, Pattaya’s newest school, to hold Open House to mark their soft opening this Saturday, December 4th, and YOU are invited

Pattaya, Thailand- British Learning Centre, Pattaya’s newest school, is all set to hold an open house this weekend and is looking forward to meeting the local community!. First, however, a bit about the Learning Centre in their own words:. At the British Learning Centre, we provide additional educational. opportunities outside...
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Anoushey schools colleague to avoid getting 'intimate' during events

Pakistani host and actor Anoushey Ashraf has had enough with the indecent lows some co-stars stoop to during events specially after taking part in a project together. Taking to her social media handle and without taking the name of the person Anoushey has tried to address through her impactful note, the actress expresses her displeasure at being called 'babe' by a certain someone because the concerned man has assumed that by working together he has earned the right to enjoy liberties with his colleague, in this case Anoushey.

A primary school in the Oise closes 11 of its 12 classes because of the Covid-19

The Hippolyte-Bayard primary school in Breteuil (Oise) had to close eleven of its twelve classes this Monday because of the coronavirus. Of the 232 students in the establishment, 31 have indeed tested positive for the coronavirus. The children concerned being schooled in different classes, the activity of the latter had...

An outlet for homeschooled atheltes

Marshfield Christians in Action (C.I.A) is a homeschool sports program for the Marshfield area. Children ages 11-18 years of age can participate. The organization offers cheer, cross country, and basketball for homeschooled and private schooled kids that do not have the opportunity to play school sports. According to boys varsity...

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Enrollment drop could cost WA schools $500M in state funding

SEATTLE (AP) — New state data shows school systems in Washington still have not recovered their enrollment losses from pandemic. The Seattle Times reports that between October 2019 and October 2020, 39,000 fewer students enrolled in public school, about a 3.5% drop. The numbers weren’t distributed evenly across grades — the most pronounced losses were among younger students; the number of kindergarten students plummeted by 14%. By this fall, the state’s enrollment had only grown by a thousand students.

Well Schooled

The former Erasmus Smith schoolhouse in Cahir, County Tipperary. Erasmus Smith was a 17th century English merchant who acquired large amounts of property in Ireland running to over 46,000 acres. He then decided to use some of the income from this property to establish a trust, granted a royal charter in 1669, the purpose of which was to further children’s education in this country, not least by the establishment of a number of schools here. But over time the organisation also provided financial assistance for the creation of other schools, including that in Cahir, which was completed in 1818 at a cost of £1,034: the Erasmus Smith Trust providing £600 and local landlord Richard Butler, first Earl of Glengall paying the balance. Thought to have been designed by John Nash (who was also responsible for the adjacent Church of St Paul, see Figures of Mystery « The Irish Aesthete), the neo-Gothic building is constructed of cut limestone with a three-storey teachers’ residence in the central section and a classroom on either side. Open to children of all denominations, from the start the school was very successful, in 1824 having 131 pupils, of which 90 were Roman Catholic and the rest members of the Established Church. Due to the need for additional classrooms, the building was subsequently extended to the rear. It continued to operate as a school until 1963 after which it became a sawmill and steelworks, railway museum and warehouse before falling into disrepair. More recently, the former school has been restored by the local authority for use as an area office.

Van Lathan Schools Vlad About LA Being "Fake".

LA fake af. The vibe around that bi*ch is OFF. Mexicans racist. Mfs got they nose up in the air. Blacks allow other races to say n*gga and do n*gga cosplay. Everybody out that bi*ch acting, etc etc... Dope beaches and weed is A1 of course. Other than that, Much...

B-Schooled Podcast Episode #83: Spotlight on Booth

The University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business prides itself on its Nobel Prize-winning faculty, a collaborative community, and the “Chicago Approach” to solving problems. This week, two former Booth adcom members (and current SBC admissions consultants) join B-Schooled to share their insights on what is unique about Booth, what the program’s adcom is looking for, and what student life is like both in and outside of the classroom.