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Nancy Marshall Jordan March 4, 2014 at 09:39 am
St. John the Baptist Catholic School celebrated Read Across America by wearing PJ's to school,Read More reading throughout the day and taking over 300 comprehension tests on over 300 books through the Accelerated Reader program. That's 41,382,444 words read at St. John's Catholic! We love reading! - Mrs. Jordan, Principal
Kaci Smith March 7, 2014 at 10:54 am
Yountville Elementary School celebrated by having a guest reader in each class along with a greenRead More eggs and ham breakfast. A kind kindergarten grandmother had sewn 30 red and white striped hats for the class to wear all week. It was great!!!
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Bill Bindewald January 29, 2014 at 06:48 pm
Thank you Keri for this posting! This second annual event promises to be an outstanding evening ofRead More youth music performances from our local Waldorf schools, both public and private. - Bill Bindewald Administrator, Stone Bridge School
bluecollardoctor November 19, 2013 at 05:10 pm
This is another fine example of "race baiting", or the introduction of racially motivatedRead More controversy into a problem or situation where it does not or should not exist. It is itself a form of racism. But this is how these people think. My personal opinion is that the Federal Government should have no role in education. But unfortunately, he is probably right, in that some upper middle class and affluent suburban parents probably think that the public schools to which they send their kids are not as good as they think they are. The reasons for this, well lets just say I would probably wholeheartedly disagree with Duncan.
MICHAEL WILSON "TEA PARTY 2014" November 19, 2013 at 06:26 pm
Funny how even the "Caucasian Guy" in the most racist administration in American history,Read More can not keep himself out of the fire. Ever notice when liberals get caught race baiting they always dismiss it as a distraction from an important conversation?
Pupils practice cursive writing. Credit: AFP/Getty Images
Logans Runner November 14, 2013 at 04:44 pm
Do we really want this United Nations education plan to keep our children writing in a slowed up,Read More laborious and tidieous way?
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Harold Edwards October 29, 2013 at 11:27 pm
You all where duked,A college education don't mean jack if you don't have work skills.Wake Up! I wasRead More fully retired at 53 years of age.Its called Union labor and most young people don't know jack about it.School is a big business and you don't learn any job skills and most of you are not going to get anything out of it other than a big debt and a big headache.Let me tell you these so called dream jobs are nothing more than a nightmare.They are for the chosen few and not for you unless you know somebody,you really don't stand a chance.Keep your feet on the ground and don't set your standards too high.May all your delusions come true.If your going to be a ditch digger be a good one and enjoy what you do and remember,join a Trade Union it's all the worker has for a future.
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Gina Ritter October 18, 2013 at 05:23 pm
I've been really lucky to stay home with my kids the last 12 years and have definitely seen theRead More difference from when I was working. Now we have time before and after school and they get 10 to 11 hours a night. It's completely different when they're up too late on the weekends or holidays. Even ONE hour difference and it shows with my 5yo.