#Summer School

Copan, OKBartlesville Examiner-Enterprise

Copan Hornet football still slim on numbers but players working hard

For Copan High School head football coach Marshall Foreman it's pretty much about wait and see. The program's Summer Pride program has attracted eight to 10 players consistently — but it's been the same athletes. That means Foreman's still not certain about how many student-athletes will show up on the...
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DC's Stargirl "Summer School: Chapter 3" Photos Released

We're just a few weeks away from the Season 2 premiere of DC's Stargirl, but The CW is giving fans plenty to get excited about. The network previously released photos for the first and second episodes of the new season and now, we have photos for the third, "Summer School: Chapter 3". The episode does not yet have an official synopsis, but from the looks of things in the photos, we'll be getting to see more of Richard Swift/The Shade (Jonathan Cake) who has returned following the defeat of Jordan Mahkent/Icicle (Neil Jackson) and the Injustice Society last season.
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The Herald Bulletin

Superintendents share their initiatives for the 2021-22 school year

It will be the first full year in our new elementary and high school with the majority of the construction projects completed. We also wrote a grant to partner with Purdue University to implement a design studio at the elementary school. All students will investigate coding, stem and authentic learning opportunities using a curriculum developed by Purdue.
Albemarle County, VAStamford Advocate

Summer school programs have more of a camp feel this year

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — Albemarle County students are learning how to be inventors during summer school this year — a four-week program that is closer to a camp than school and aimed at helping students bounce back from the last year. “I think it’s pretty cool to come up with...
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Journal Inquirer

School bus catalytic converters stolen in Manchester

MANCHESTER — Thieves stole several catalytic converters from school buses this week, temporarily sidelining a portion of Dattco’s fleet for the town, police said. Catalytic converters were stolen from 10 school buses sometime overnight Tuesday into Wednesday at the Glen Road location where they’re stored. Manchester Police Lt. Ryan Shea said that the midnight shift officer on duty at the time arrived to the scene as the thefts were taking place because he frequently checks Dattco property during his patrols.
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Gené Hunter

Masks required for metro Atlanta schools once classes begin

(ATLANTA, Ga.) As schools in the metro Atlanta area prepare to open for the new school year, many districts are making decisions on mask mandates. Atlanta Public Schools (APS) announced on Thursday that it will make masks mandatory for all students and employees at the start of the school year, which begins Aug. 5.
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Local kids ready for Anfield return

Red Neighbours has donated tickets to 28 local schools in preparation for the 2021-22 Premier League campaign, which sees the Reds hosting Burnley for their first home game on Saturday August 21. Each school receives free tickets to attend three Premier League home matches at Anfield throughout the season. Pupils...
Rolla, MOphelpscountyfocus.com

ROLLA PUBLIC SCHOOLS: Return to Learn plan approved for 2021-22 school year

The Rolla School Board on Thursday unveiled the “Return to Learn” plan for the 2021-2022 school year. In the plan presented by Dr. Craig Hounsom, Superintendent of Rolla Public Schools, it states that masks are not required for students and staff. Unvaccinated staff and students are encouraged to wear a mask while in district facilities, but due to a federal order regarding public transportation, masks are required for all students and staff on district school busses. Regarding vaccines, Hounsom said it will not be a requirement at the school.
Baton Rouge, LAwbrz.com

Pay problem for Southern professors continues for summer session

BATON ROUGE- Three weeks after the WBRZ Investigative Unit exposed at least a handful of professors had not been paid for their work teaching summer school at Southern University, multiple professors still have not been paid. At the beginning of this month, WBRZ published an email that went out to...
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