high school or secondary school

‘He left an imprint.’ Mike Woodson back at Broad Ripple to honor the man who got him started.

Mike Woodson could not remember exactly how long it had been since he had returned home to Broad Ripple High School. But the man who helped him become a man was the reason he returned Tuesday afternoon. Before Woodson, 64, was the Big Ten Conference player of the year at Indiana, played 11 seasons in

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Prevent Nearsightedness Complications With Early Treatment

November 10, 2022 · 7:00 AM Should have spent more time outdoors Myopia, aka nearsightedness, is extremely common and can start in childhood or young adults. Over time it can lead to early-onset cataracts, retinal detachment, and glaucoma. MedPageToday has an eye-opening article on treatments that can prevent myopia progression and complications. For example: Common

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High school seniors invited to participate in essay contest | News, Sports, Jobs

MARQUETTE — High school seniors who attend school and live in the Upper Peninsula and plan to pursue studies in a health care-related field at a college or university next fall are invited to participate in an essay contest. The Northern Michigan University Center for Rural Health is coordinating the contest in partnership

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Plan for new South Side high school narrowly passed by Chicago Board of Education, amid both opposition and praise

Despite declining student enrollment in Chicago Public Schools and lingering concerns from neighborhood groups, the Chicago Board of Education on Wednesday narrowly approved a plan to purchase land and take the first steps toward building a proposed $120 million Near South Side high school. The board voted 4-3 in support of buying property at 23rd

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Prizker names Isoye chair of the Illinois State Board of Education.

Former Niles Township High School District 219 Superintendent Steven Isoye has been named chairman of the Illinois State Board of Education by Governor JB Pritzker, according to a statement from the governor’s office. Isoye, who served as superintendent of District 219 high schools from July 2016 through June 30, said he was honored with the

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Amador High football team suspended after chat thread surfaces

The Amador County Office of Education is investigating a “chat thread” involving the varsity football team SUTTER CREEK, Calif. — The Amador High School varsity football team remains off the field indefinitely following word that the school district is investigating a “chat thread.” “It’s concerning. That’s a huge step for a supervisor or superintendent to

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Nanuet High School cancels first day of classes due to sewage problem

CLARKSTOWN Nanuet Senior High school will be closed on Wednesday the first day of classes due to an issue with the building’s main sewer pipe, according to a statement from Superintendent Kevin McCahill. There will be no in-person or virtual classes for ninth through 12th graders in the district, and there will be no access

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