Categories: High School Education

After preliminary plans got here in $20M excessive, Mitchell Board of Schooling to get take a look at revised highschool plans

Aug. 7—MITCHELL — The Mitchell Board of Schooling will get a take a look at a second spherical of plans for the proposed new highschool constructing when it convenes for its subsequent assembly Monday night, Aug. 8.

The assembly, which is open to the general public, will probably be held in Room 10 on the Mitchell Profession & Technical Schooling Academy. The assembly is scheduled to start at 5 pm

The board is anticipated to listen to from Robin Miller, supervisor architect for Schemmer — an Omaha, Nebraska-based structure agency with places of work in Sioux Falls that’s engaged on

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The real deal on attending college while in high school

Several programs help students take college courses while in high school or even junior high. What are the pros and cons?

OHIO, USA — Earning college credit while still in high school can be a great way to get a jump start on higher learning.

Plenty of students do it, but how easy or difficult is the process? To start, taking college courses as a high school student not only gets a few college classes out of the way early, but can save you some major money.

“They don’t have to pay for these courses. The state will cover the

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Team teaching is breaking the mold of high school education

MESA, Ariz. — There are plenty of negative trends showing up in education across the country. Student test scores are down and teachers are leaving the profession in droves. But, there is positive change happening too. There is a new kind of classroom that’s hoping to make the school more engaging for teachers and students.

“I can only describe it as magical,” said Jenny Denton, who teaches world history at Mountain View High School in Mesa, Arizona. “We work together really well.”

Denton is one of three educators overseeing a class of 100 students. It’s an initiative introduced this year

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Pesky pests in greenhouses lead to hands-on learning experiences for Smithville students

Smithville High School Agriculture Instructor Stephen Heppe explains how students in his class dealt with a pest problem after the agriculture program opened its greenhouse and received its first shipment of poinsettias.  Helping him and the students was Frank Becker (second to left), who at the time was the integrated pest management coordinator for OSU Extension, Wayne County office.  Becker is now the office's agriculture and natural resources educator and is sharing his expertise with the school's agriculture program as a guest lecturer.  Students pictured are Audrey Sidle and Ben Rhodes.

Smithville High School Agriculture Instructor Stephen Heppe explains how students in his class dealt with a pest problem after the agriculture program opened its greenhouse and received its first shipment of poinsettias. Helping him and the students was Frank Becker (second to left), who at the time was the integrated pest management coordinator for OSU Extension, Wayne County office. Becker is now the office’s agriculture and natural resources educator and is sharing his expertise with the school’s agriculture program as a guest lecturer. Students pictured are Audrey Sidle and Ben Rhodes.

When Smithville High School’s agriculture education program built a

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Dunbar High students receive head start in EMT program

Dunbar High School students take up life-saving skills in class



NONE OF THEM HAVE REGRETS ABOUT SIGNING UP. THE CLASSROOM TURNED MEDICAL TRAINING GROUND ON THE FOURTH FLOOR AT DUNBAR HIGH SCHOOL WOULD YOU NEXT STEP IS WHERE YOU’LL FIND MORE THAN A DOZEN STUDENTS EXPLAINING. COLLECTION THE MOUTH WHAT THEY’RE LEARNING ABOUT SAVING LIVES. THAT’S HOW AND HE GOT HIS NECK. EVERYTHING THAT WE LEARNED HIS CLASS YOU COULD USE LIKE EVERYDAY LIFE DEFINITELY FOR THE CITY THAT WE LIVE IN IS VERY BAD SO WE CAN KIND

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Some Fad Diets Are Better Than Others

September 27, 2022 · 7:00 AM

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Frontiers In Nutrition in July, 2022, published “Fad Diets: Facts and Fiction.” Thank you, FIN, for making it available at no cost. The authors are based in Pakistan and Romania. They attempted to summarize the literature on popular fad diets. I am shocked that they included the Mediterranean diet. Read the article and 134 references then form your own opinion. Some snippets:

Regarding the Atkins Diet: “AD provides several benefits including weight reduction and cardio-metabolic health improvement, but limited evidence exists as compliance is the major barrier to this

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Education: Students tout benefits of EMCC’s Adult Education programs

Two north Mississippi residents are taking advantage of the programs offered at East Mississippi Community College’s Golden Triangle campus.

Brandon Miller of West Point and Trey Logan of Eupora are both enrolled in the Adult Education Launch Pad where they are taking GED preparation classes, and the two were guest speakers at a Sept. 22 events about the program.

“I’ve been working for three years towards earning my high school diploma and after only a couple of weeks at the Launch Pad I have already passed two of the four subject areas for the GED test,” Miller said. “I want

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Fewer People Are Continuing Education After High School (VIDEO)

The amount of students in college classrooms is dropping, which could have long-term impacts for society as a whole.

Colleges are seeing more empty seats in the classroom now that school is back in session.

There are 4 million fewer college students than there were a decade ago. Among students who graduated high school in 2016, 70% began college that fall. In 2020, that number dropped to 63%.

There are a few possible explanations for this: Some people point to the pandemic as the main factor, as many students may have pushed college off until later to avoid learning from

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