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Free Prom Dresses for Fresno High Students

Thursday, April 8th, 2010


Fresno High School students are hoping fellow classmates enjoy their upcoming prom without worrying about one of the biggest expenses — the dress

Teacher Accused Of Sexual Battery

Thursday, April 8th, 2010


A Lincoln High School teacher is accused of inappropriately touching a female student

New Federal Money Concerns Small School Districts

Thursday, April 8th, 2010


4 7 10 - Some of the state s smaller districts are worried a federal education money could cost the entire county later

St. Mary’s Soccer Player Charged With Sexual Battery, Leaves School

Thursday, April 8th, 2010


There is turmoil on the University of Saint Mary campus because a star athlete is accused of a sex crime

Survey: OSU Students’ Eggs Worth More Than UO

Thursday, April 8th, 2010


A recent survey says Oregon State University won the Civil War over University of Oregon when it comes to egg prices

New social networking policy examined for Granite School District

Thursday, April 8th, 2010


SALT LAKE CITY ABC 4 News - The Granite School District is getting ahead of the curve and clamping down on social networking between teachers and their students

Teachers Protest Against State Bill

Thursday, April 8th, 2010


Teachers protest outside Spanish River High School to voice their opposition to a state bill that would base their salaries on student test scores

Vandals Damage New Elementary School in Hamilton

Thursday, April 8th, 2010


Cool School of the Week: West Lake Jr. High

Wednesday, April 7th, 2010


APS budget cuts approved by school board

Wednesday, April 7th, 2010


the board voted unanimously to approve superintendent winston brooks plan to cut the budget but rather than brooks deciding on cuts for individual schools — the schools will make most of those hard decisions joe vigil is live at aps headquarters with our top story as far as cuts to staff and teachers–district leaders say the plan actually turned out better than expected under the current plan about 180 people will lose their jobs—-but not the hundreds as some had feared the cuts are certainly going to hurt and
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10 01 pm residents let the board know i m angry and i m upset i can t believe that you want to impact children s lives like this the plan approved here tonight is expected to wipe out the district s current 43 8 million dollar budget deficit and balance the books i just want that clear if it s reported in the news tonight that it s not hundreds and hundreds and 500 and 600 700 layoffs in this district but the jobs of 180 double-dippers who came back to the district and have been back less than three years –will be eliminated and it s still possible other staff and teachers may go too each school principal will have to cut nearly one and a half percent from their schools total budget along with 30 from their discretionary budget that could includes things like a new library before and after school programs or teaching and staff positions the principals are going to have to decide pick and choose you know on the other hand it s a good thing because