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Nevada State Board of Education discusses possible later start time for high school students

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) – School start times for Clark County high school students were discussed Thursday with the Nevada Board of Education. School starts at 7:20 am for students and some parents say it is too early. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, 8:30 am is the best time for middle and high

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Palos Park sisters help high school students improve literacy

After returning from a debate camp at Harvard University this summer, sisters Bella and Mia Narciso decided to create the Turn the Page Foundation to help disadvantaged high school students improve their reading skills. The foundation’s first partner is the iCan Dream Center in Tinley Park. The teens, who live in Palos Park, said they

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Worried About Vax-Related Side Effects? Breath Easier One Year Out

Photo by RODNAE Productions on Pexels.com I’m at my one year anniversary of getting Pfizer’s COVID-19 vax. I’m starting to worry less about adverse effects, not that I’ve lost much sleep over it. Luckily, I’m hearing no chatter at my hospital about requiring the boosters. Yet I don’t hear any of the vax mandaters saying

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Clinton High School teacher receives a national award as part of the ‘Amazing Teacher’ program

Mary Lesko Kokenakes, left, who taught for many years at Madison High School but this year began teaching English at Clinton High School, was recently named an Amazing Teacher of the Month as part of the Amazing Teacher Awards promotion that is live on The Daily Telegram’s website. It is a national award through Gannett

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Randolph High School investigating gender locker room dispute

RANDOLPH, Vt. (WCAX) – Randolph High Schools girl’s volleyball team has been banned from its own locker room while school officials investigate a conflict involving a transgender student on the team. Vermont education policy says students can play sports and use the locker room corresponding to their gender. But some members of the Randolph girl’s

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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

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