Tag Archives: high school

drama teacher Chancellor wins inaugural Longwood University Drama Teacher of the Year Award | Education

On Friday morning, a parade of beaming alumni, Spotsylvania School Division administrators and members of Longwood University’s theater department surprised Matthew Armentrout in his class at Chancellor High School. They announced to him that he was the first winner of Longwood’s High School Theater Teacher of the Year award. “He …

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Alex Hernandez: a new president and a new perspective at Champlain College

Editor’s Note: This article was written by Haley Seymour, editor of the Champlain College Crossover and member of the Underground Workshop, VTDigger’s collaborative network of student journalists from across Vermont. For more information, please email Ben Heintz, the workshop editor, at [email protected] Tenth Champlain President Alex Hernandez speaks onstage in …

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At $475,000, this is no average culvert project

MOUNT DESERT — It will cost up to $475,000 to replace two old, inadequate culverts that carry water from Denning Creek under Beech Hill Cross Road. Director of Public Works Tony Smith described the existing culverts as “woefully undersized and in very poor condition”. “These conditions contribute to flooding, pavement …

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Warren Loy Fisk | Local

RAPID CITY – Warren was born on September 4, 1938 to Margaret (Peg) and Loy Fisk. He died on March 2, 2022. He was the youngest of three children. Her early childhood was spent in Nebraska City, NE. His father was originally a motorboat operator turned surveyor for the US …

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Lt. Governor Stratton visits University of Illinois to speak about teacher shortage

CHAMPAIGN — A small group of University of Illinois students met Monday with Lt. Gov. Juliana Stratton about the K-12 teacher shortage. Stratton spoke of the administration’s efforts to diversify the profession. “Some of the students I’ve met on these campuses have said they’ve never had a teacher of color, …

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Woman killed in apparent murder-suicide mourned as devoted Beaverton teacher, steward of Portland’s Royal Rosarians: ‘We are all devastated’

As Portland’s ambassadors, the Royal Rosarians are the first faces to welcome many visitors to the Pink City. And if any of those faces were Mary Butler Getty, you’d be greeted with a smile. The Royal Rosarians and the greater Washington County community mourn Getty, who was found dead in …

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Arlis Gene Martin | Obituary

Arlis Gene Martin July 11, 1931 — February 2, 2022 Arlis Gene Martin, 90, died on February 2, 2022. He was born on July 11, 1931 in Hinton, Oklahoma, the only child of Artie and Lois (Payton) Martin. The family moved to Lompoc, California when he was a young boy …

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New Program Turns Ohio County School Students Into Teachers | News, Sports, Jobs

WHEELING – Students at Wheeling Park High School who want to become teachers will have the opportunity to be pushed to the top of the class starting next year. The West Virginia Department of Education selected schools in Ohio County as one of 21 school districts in the …

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Scuttlebut 2/22 | Fire station

The Hall of Flame celebrates its 60th anniversary Billing itself as “the largest firefighting museum in the world,” the Hall of Flame Museum in Phoenix celebrated its 60and anniversary in December 2021. The Hall’s five galleries feature thousands of artifacts, including more than 130 wheeled vehicles depicting the profession of …

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Hearts of Gold Gala, Grand Opening of LSC-K for Fire Training Center

Suburb // Humble/Kingwood David Taylor, Personal editor February 12, 2022 1of2 FamilyTime Crisis and Counseling Center hosted its 29th annual Hearts of Gold Gala, celebrating its 2021 Women of Achievement. Pictured front row, left to right, Deborah Rose Miller, real estate agent and owner of Rose Realty LLC; Rose Austin, …

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BCCC professor honored as teacher of the year

Meg Eubank, from Hilltown, was named TESOL (Teacher of English to Speakers of Other Languages) 2022 International Teacher of the Year. Presented by the International TESOL Association and National Geographic Learning, the award was created to recognize and honor outstanding English teachers at all levels to teachers around the world. …

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Thayer Academy names Harvard teacher first scholar-in-residence

BRAINTREE — A Harvard University teacher has been named Thayer Academy’s first scholar-in-residence for leadership and communication. Timothy Patrick McCarthy teaches at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and the Harvard Kennedy School. He is also the Stanley Paterson Professor of American History and Academic Director Emeritus of the Clemente …

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Assistant Professor Lam Pham on the importance of school improvement: “I view investments in these schools as a direct way to support the students who most need our collective attention and resources”

As a student and, eventually, teacher in underperforming schools, Assistant Professor Lam Pham of the NC State College of Education has seen firsthand the ways reforms and interventions can have an impact. It was filled with questions about why school and district leaders chose particular reforms. So, after getting his …

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Emerging Researcher 2022: Dr. Cristobal “Criss” Salinas Jr.

Dr Cristobal “Criss” Salinas Jr. Title: Associate Professor of Higher Education Leadership and Faculty Coordinator, Leadership Studies, Educational Leadership, and Research Methodology, Florida Atlantic University. Education: BA, Teaching Spanish, English as a Second Language; University of Nebraska at Kearney; Masters of Education, Student Affairs and Higher Education, Iowa State University; …

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Frank Dale Christensen | Obituary

June 26, 1934 – December 14, 2021 Frank Dale Christensen passed away on December 14 at Prestige West Hills Senior Living with a loving family and caregivers by his bedside. Frank was born on June 26, 1934 to parents Fred and Anna (Moser) Christensen in Coquille. He was very proud …

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Workers call out in droves as Omicron causes major disruption in economy

In workplaces across the country, Americans who have Covid are asking their colleagues to cover them up while they are sick. And when those colleagues can’t, because, well, they Also have Covid, you get the kind of serious economic disruption the United States is facing right now. Numbers: The United …

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Fewer high school graduates enrolling in university

The share of high school students who enroll directly in college continues to decline, according to data from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center. According to the finalized version of the High School Benchmarks report released last month, college enrollment by high school class of 2020 showed an “unprecedented” drop …

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Chance named CU cornerback coach

BOULDER – University of Colorado Head Football Coach Karl Dorrell announced on Friday the addition of Chance rod to his staff as the Buffaloes’ new cornerback coach. As with all hires of this nature, it is subject to the approval of the Board of Regents of CU. Chance, 37, finished …

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Sally Smith Levy Obituary – The Burlington Free Press

Sally Smith Levy Middlebury – Sally Smith Levy, 91, of Middlebury and South Burlington, passed away peacefully on November 29, 2021. Sally was born on May 8, 1930 in Saranac Lake, NY, daughter of Sarah A. and Elmer W. Smith. Sally grew up in Saranac Lake and attended Saranac Lake …

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The best stories in 2021

The biggest news in education in 2021 has undoubtedly been the reopening of schools during a pandemic. When schools abruptly closed in March 2020, many believed they would be open again in a few weeks, or certainly by the fall. But the pandemic raged as school leaders sought to reopen …

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Local music teacher to lead national organization of educators | News

Bringing joy to children through song has long been a career for Thomas Michalek of Hastings, which makes him well positioned to lead a national organization promoting music education. Michalek, a music teacher at Watson Elementary School, will soon become president of the Kodály Organization of American Educators (OAKE), a …

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Herbert Fishman Obituary (2021) – Hartford, Connecticut

On December 19, 2021, Herbert B. Fishman, 93, passed away after a valiant 17-year battle with Parkinson’s disease. Herb was born July 30, 1928 in Hartford, Connecticut. He lived in West Hartford, attended Hall High School, and received two degrees from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute: a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering …

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COVID takes the life of beloved Seton teacher, 42

By Ken Sain, Editor-in-chief Life was looking for Vanessa Lopez Delgado. She had just bought a new home for her family and landed what she called her “dream job” teaching dance at Seton Catholic Preparatory. The 42-year-old woman died on December 9, one of more than 23,000 people in Arizona …

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Opinion: Here’s how San Diego Unified prepares students for a new world of work

In the past, building a career was relatively easy. Baby boomers could chart a clear and sustainable course. But the answer today is not that simple. The nature of work has changed, demanding of young professionals both soft skills and technical knowledge, forcing workers to keep pace and harness technological …

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Broadening the Conversation on Sustainability | MIT News

Stacy Godfreey-Igwe sat in her dorm at MIT, staring frantically at her phone. An unprecedented snowstorm had hit her hometown of Richardson, Texas, and she was struggling to contact her family. She felt worried and frustrated, aware that neighboring areas had not lost electricity during the storm but that her …

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Christian brother and alumnus who served La Salle for nearly 50 years dies

La Salle University Archives Arthur J. Bangs, FSC, Ph.D., ’53, MA ’54, a brother of the Christian schools and two-time alumnus of La Salle whose university service spanned nearly half a century, is died on December 11. was 89 years old. Bangs’ main ministry at La Salle supported his students …

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Elementary Teacher Leal sees the favor returned after years of serving others | Education

URBANA – Leal Elementary School physical education teacher Jim McCune thought he was just tending Janet LeRoy’s third grade class for a few minutes on Friday morning as he sat on the stage in front of the gym. Instead, he was in for a surprise. LeRoy walked into the gym …

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New Teacher: Meet Linda Slotegraaf

MANISTEE – In order to introduce new teachers to the community, the News Advocate sent out questionnaires to new teachers in schools in Manistee County. Linda Slotegraaf recently became an art teacher at Kennedy and Jefferson Elementary School. His answers are below. LAWYER MANISTEE NEWS: Where are you from or …

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New Frontiers classroom named for father-son duo and its impact on agricultural education

Friday, December 3, 2021 Media contact: Mandy Gross | Senior Manager, Strategic Communications and Special Projects | 405-744-4063 | [email protected] For Phil and Ruth Terry of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, supporting Oklahoma State University’s New Frontiers campaign as major donors to build a new OSU education, research and extension center for …

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Sean Kirst: Grizzled college students say orphan turned teacher, 86, defines Thanksgiving | Local News

“He never told them,” said Kristin Lemay, one of Janan’s four daughters and a co-conspirator in setting up the surprise. Instead, he always focused on his students. He recalled how the very idea of ​​his work consisted of providing a work-study rhythm, alternating on-the-job experience and classroom teaching, in the …

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Obituary Dean Franz (1960 – 2021) – Marysville, WA

Dean Rocky Franz, 61, of Lake Stevens, Washington died on November 14, 2021.He was born in Rapid City, South Dakota, on Monday April 4, 1960. Dean graduated from Cedar Lake Academy and received a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Walla Walla University. On Sunday December 16, 1984, Dean married …

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Allen Meulen obituary (2021) – Concord, MA

Allen Vander Meulen, Jr., 89, passed away peacefully at The Commons in Lincoln, MA on November 22, 2021. Born in Chicago, Illinois on June 23, 1932, he was the eldest child of Allen (Sr) and Alice (Connor) Vander Meulen of Chicago. The grandson of Irish and Dutch immigrants, Allen grew …

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Clarkson and other colleges partner with Schenectady School District to provide seamless path for students to become a teacher at Sch’dy

The program aims to diversify the teaching staff From left to right: Dr Steady Moono, SUNY Schenectady County Community College, Dr Catherine Snyder, Clarkson University, Carla DeShaw, Cazenovia College, Anibal Soler Jr., Schenectady City School District. The leaders of the Schenectady City School District, SUNY Schenectady, Cazenovia College and Clarkson …

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Photojournalist, teacher talks at photo club

Nancy Hulsey’s ‘A Touch of Snow’ won first place at the November photo club reunion. The Carson Valley Photo Club November meeting was held via Zoom with the participation of 18 members. Award-winning photojournalist and professor at Syracuse University John Berry, who worked for a local Syracuse newspaper for 33 …

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National University Teacher Award Announces Top Inspirational Teachers Across The Country

Five regional winners recognized in Zoom’s surprise announcement; receive awards of $ 10,000, a full scholarship for the Masters in SEL at NU and are eligible for a national award of $ 50,000. SAN DIEGO — November 17, 2021—In recognition of inspiring teaching nationwide, the National University Teacher Award identified …

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Walter Davison obituary (2021) – Kirksville, MO

Walter Sears Davison, Jr, Kirksville – Walter Sears Davison, Jr, 89, from Kirksville, Missouri, returned home to his heavenly father on Friday, October 1, 2021 at Knox County Nursing Home in Edina, Missouri, where he was residing following a stroke. Son of Walter Sears and Mary Christina (Ombarger) Davison, he …

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Grow Your Own Teacher programs take off

Thank you for supporting Montana Free Press and for being part of our community. Your donation makes this and all of our other local reporting possible. A donation to Montana Free Press goes beyond the newsroom. We uncover the truth, explain key news and hold those in power accountable. The …

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Dr Lyle Hawkins | Obituaries

Dr Lyle Eugene Hawkins February 11, 1932 – September 19, 2021 Dr Lyle Eugene Hawkins died on September 19, 2021 at Union Hospital. He was born in Memphis, Tennessee, on February 11, 1932, to Charles A. and Lillian Jacoby Hawkins. He was the youngest of 3 children. Lyle was an …

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Karen Hollebrands appointed Associate Dean for Research and Innovation at the College of Education

Karen Hollebrands, Ph.D., Professor of Mathematics Education and Distinguished Undergraduate Graduate, will be the Associate Dean for Research and Innovation at NC State College of Education, effective October 1. Hollebrands has been the Interim Associate Dean of the College of Education for Research and Innovation since July 15, 2020. “As …

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Why is it important for K-12 students to understand data and statistics? “Understanding how data is used, how it is collected and why it is collected helps you understand that you can be held accountable by it or that you can be manipulated by it,” says Professor Hollynne Lee

It’s part of the monthly “Ask the expert” series in which professors at NC State College of Education answer some of the most frequently asked questions about education. Students and teachers are surrounded by data every day and often use it to inform their decisions without fully understanding where it …

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Humberto Sanchez of Indiana honored after Kabul attack

At first glance, Humberto Sanchez looks like many young corporals serving in the Marines. He went through one of the army’s toughest basic training programs to become a “strategic warrior” and defend his country. Beside other members of the service in the photos, he was standing, sporting the Marine Camouflage …

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Riverhead Hires New Latin Teacher

Riverhead’s Latin language program returns this school year. The Riverhead Central School District has hired Aidan Walsh as the district’s new high school Latin teacher, according to a district statement. According to his LinkedIn page, Walsh is a freelance tutor at Varsity Tutors and editor and database manager for the …

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North County School News, August 22

CARLSBAD The Academy welcomes a new president Mark Desjardins was named the next president of the Académie de l’Armée et de la Marine. He was selected after a seven-month executive search to run the academy, a college-preparatory military boarding school for middle and high school boys. He will succeed retired …

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WIU’s agricultural education program awarded by NAAE – Western Illinois University news

WIU’s agricultural education program awarded by NAAE August 6, 2021 MACOMB, IL – Western Illinois University’s agricultural education program recently received the Region 4 Outstanding Post Secondary Agriculture Program award from the National Association of Agricultural Educators (NAAE). Additionally, WIU alumnus Trent Taber ’15 was honored for completing the “Outstanding …

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New Music Teacher in St. John’s | New

Grayson McGregor smiled outside St. John the Baptist School in Plattsmouth earlier this week. School officials announced Thursday that McGregor will be the new pre-K-8 building music teacher this year. Photo courtesy of Deb Walton / The Journal PLATTSMOUTH – Grayson McGregor has used his musical talents to collect many …

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Pennsylvania education leaders call on schools to strengthen teacher diversity with stimulus funds

Aaron Walton, president of Cheyney University, a historically black university, has suggested that school communities devote more funds to partnership programs between higher education institutions and school districts. Cheyney just launched its “Aspire to Educate” program last summer, a five-week summer program for high school students to learn about a …

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United Spinal announces four new board appointments

NEW YORK, July 20, 2021 / PRNewswire / – United Spinal Association today announced that it has appointed Javier Robles, assistant professor at Rutgers University; Dr David Mann, Senior researcher at Mathematica; Christophe Pangilinan, head of global policy, public transport at Uber; and Keaston White, Lawyer-Advisor in the Office of …

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Warren Janke – GRAND BEND FORUM

ALBUQUERQUE, NM – Warren Janke, 71, died on June 25, 2021 in Albuquerque. Born in Great Bend, Kan., Son of Raymond and Ruth Janke, he spent his early years growing up on the family farm. He attended Claflin Schools and graduated from Kansas State University with a bachelor’s degree in …

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What will your district receive?

Governor Tom Wolf signed a state budget with the largest investment in education funding Pennsylvania has ever seen. With a historic boost of $ 416 million for public education, the state budget aims to push the Commonwealth towards a post-COVID recovery, officials said. “It’s a budget that invests in Pennsylvanians,” …

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