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email@example.comThe Waynesboro Area School Board took steps Tuesday to narrow the scope of proposed changes to the district’s bullying policy, saying school administrators should not be policing social media posts that originate at home. The school board...
Taxpayers coalition rep to speak at Pa. event CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — The Franklin County 9/12 Patriots will host guest speaker David Baldinger of the Pennsylvania Taxpayers Cyber Coalition at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Franklin Fire Hall at 158 W. King...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHe was mocked, urinated upon, hit and kicked throughout middle and high schools, and Jamie Nabozny says his situation differs little from other youths being bullied. Nabozny’s story, as told in the documentary “Bullied: A Student, a School...
Shepherd University and the Division of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education will host a workshop, "Bullying Prevention: Making Our Schools a Safe Place to Learn," for middle and secondary educators, administrators, social workers, parents and the...
Shepherd University and the Division of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education will host a workshop “Bullying Prevention: Making Our Schools a Safe Place to Learn” for middle and secondary educators, administrators, social workers, parents,...
email@example.comOur freedoms tolerate little wiggle room. We are not to tamper with speech, religion, guns, assembly and, apparently, the freedom to show one’s ugly side in a good strong light. As a journalist, I have been taught to go to the wall in the name of...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe U.S. Supreme Court has passed up a pair of cases for the digital age — including one involving a former Musselman High School student — over whether schools may censor students who are at home when they create online attacks against...
email@example.comThe petition process is under a microscope in Annapolis. State legislators are looking ahead to a referendum this fall on a new law granting in-state college tuition to illegal immigrants. If the General Assembly legalizes same-sex marriage, the...
Here are some of the things happening this week in Washington County Public Schools: Monday, Feb. 6 Bester Elementary — Visit from Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot, Superintendent of Schools Clayton Wilcox, BOE members and county...
Tags: Culture, Ceremonies, Greenbrier, Public Schools, Pleasant Valley
Recently the third, fourth and fifth grade students at Winter Street Elementary participated in the school’s basketball hoop shoot contest. The winners in the 8-to-9-year-old age group were Kathy Dominguez and Isaac Wiggington. The 10-to-11-year-...
Tags: Sausages, Students, PTA, Teaching and Learning, Roy Rogers
As my students were scanning a list of potential research paper topics, one of the boys came up with a bright idea. At least he thought it was a bright idea. As he read a topic prompt — "Should the government be allowed to wire tap without...
• On Thursday, Winter Street Elementary School will hold a PBIS, or Positive Behavior Intervention and Support, winter hop at 5:30 p.m. • A winter wonderland breakfast will be held Friday for students who have had perfect attendance during...
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