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Students honor Lebanon teacher in a big way

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Teacher arrested after students catch her doing drugs in classroom, police say

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Caught on camera: Teacher arrested, accused of doing cocaine in the classroom

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Teacher arrested after students allegedly catch her doing drugs on camera

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Minn. students practice persuasion on the guy at the top: the superintendent

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Man charged with robbing students in Grant Park, 2 others still sought
A judge denied bail for an 18-year-old man accused of beating and robbing two Columbia College students at a Grant Park skate park before the victims managed to fight off their attackers. Though prosecutors hadn't sought a “no bail” petition against Erick R. Johnson, Cook County Judge David R. Navarro ordered him held after hearing how he and two others violently attacked one of the victims at the skate park at the south end of Grant Park near Michigan Avenue early Wednesday   Read More ...
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Schools, students need to develop 'soft' skills
Through much of students' time in school, they are trying to learn the right answer - the correct calculation, the proper punctuation or appropriate scientific term. That base of knowledge is a crucial part of our education and adds to our value in the workplace. But when business people gathered recently in Charleston to talk about what they are looking for in new employees, they also stressed the importance of problem solving, teamwork and communication, according to a recent story in The State Journal   Read More ...
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AG: Juvenile charged with 1st-degree murder in student’s death
Associated Press Authorities have arrested a juvenile in the shooting death of an 18-year-old New Hampshire high school student. Attorney General Gordon MacDonald said Ian Jewell was killed by a single gunshot wound to the chest at a hardware store parking lot in Goffstown. He was a student at Manchester Memorial High School. MacDonald said Wednesday night that the juvenile was charged with first-degree murder, accused of knowingly causing Jewell’s death with a deadly weapon in the commission of a robbery   Read More ...
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Students honor Lebanon teacher in a big way
Two students at Lyman Memorial High School decided to celebrate their teacher's 50th birthday in a big way. They made cupcakes, posted a 'Happy Birthday' video on YouTube, and presented him with an award, that left him speechless. "We kind of felt like he's been doing so much for us, recently. It was time we did something for him,” said Isabel Link, who is a sophomore at Lyman Memorial   Read More ...
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Botched science experiment leaves four girls injured at NYC high school
NEW YORK — Four students were injured when a science experiment went wrong Wednesday at a school in the Bronx, CBS New York reports. Officials at St. Catharine Academy in the Allerton section of the borough said the students were watching a demonstration by their teacher during first-period chemistry lab when they were singed. "The teacher was doing a flame experiment   Read More ...
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Teacher arrested after students catch her doing drugs in classroom, police say
A teacher at Lake Central High School in St. John, Indiana faces drug-related charges after allegedly being caught by students using drugs in her classroom, CBS Chicago reports. The student witnesses contacted school administrators, who called St. John police, who, in turn, requested assistance from Dyer police for their drug-sniffing dog. Arrested was 24-year-old Samantha Cox, who was led from the school at about 1 p   Read More ...
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Caught on camera: Teacher arrested, accused of doing cocaine in the classroom
A high school English teacher has been arrested after she was secretly filmed by her students while appearing to cut up and snort what police suspect to be cocaine in an empty classroom, . Samantha Cox, 24, was taken away from Lake Central High School in St. John, Indiana, in handcuffs after students showed the video to their principal, who informed the authorities   Read More ...
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Santa Monica College Opens New Center for Media and Design
Santa Monica College announced that it will officially open its newest campus-housing The Center for Media and Design (CMD) and the KCRW Media Center-on December 2, 2017. We have repeatedly pointed out that only 4% (yes that's right, FOUR PERCENT) of SMC students are Santa Monica High School graduates, and that about half the student body are foreigners, who pay top dollar to study abroad   Read More ...
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Ohio State holds the country's largest on-campus Thanksgiving dinner
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX/WTTE) — The Ohio State University held a Thanksgiving dinner for students that were unable to travel home for the holiday. Organizers said they wanted to make the meal special, just like at grandma's house. Students were served 120 turkeys, weighing around 650 pounds. There was 30 gallons of gravy, over 400 pounds of green beans, 2,000 slices of pie, 300 pounds of cornbread and plenty of gluten-free and vegetarian options   Read More ...
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Botched science experiment leaves 4 girls injured at NYC high school
NEW YORK — Four students were injured when a science experiment went wrong Wednesday at a school in the Bronx, CBS New York reports. Officials at St. Catharine Academy in the Allerton section of the borough said the students were watching a demonstration by their teacher during first-period chemistry lab when they were singed. "The teacher was doing a flame experiment   Read More ...
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East Aurora student thankful to be first in family on track for graduation
Jose Vasquez didn't expect to make it to his senior year at East Aurora High School. But he hoped he would. He'd heard stories about other students dropping out and was afraid he might end up being one of those kids. It could have been because of the schoolwork, or hanging out with the wrong people. "I just got scared, you know?" he said   Read More ...
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Ag School students serve seniors a locally-sourced Thanksgiving dinner of food raised on their farm
Hundreds of seniors from the Far Southwest Side feasted on locally-sourced turkey with all the fixings Tuesday courtesy of students at the Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences. The farm-to-table meal, held annually at the Mount Greenwood high school in celebration of Thanksgiving, capitalizes on the school's claim as the site of Chicago's last working farm. Over the past few months, Ag School students have been raising the birds, growing the vegetables and even creating the wooden turkey-shaped centerpieces that adorned each dining table at the event   Read More ...
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Southern Miss uses alum Sheena Allen's CapWay app to teach students about finances
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Facebook Southern Miss uses alum Sheena Allen's CapWay app to teach students about finances University of Southern Mississippi graduate Sheena Allen is partnering with the school on her CapWay app to teach students about financial literacy. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed   Read More ...
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Teacher arrested after students allegedly catch her doing drugs on camera
Teacher arrested after students allegedly catch her doing drugs on camera ST. JOHN, Ind. — According to WLS, Samantha Cox was escorted from Lake Central High School in St. John by police on Wednesday. She is being held on charges of possessing a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia. A video shared on social media shows Cox alone in a classroom, hunched over a book in her lap while students wait outside   Read More ...
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North Dakota university walks back email urging opposition to GOP tax legislation
An official at North Dakota's top public university is apologizing for a school administrator's effort to get graduate students to lobby against Republican tax reform legislation. Chris Nelson, associate dean for the university's School of Graduate Studies, emailed a formal letter -- that was obtained by The Washington Examiner -- to students that they could send to their representatives in Congress   Read More ...
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Teacher arrested after students allegedly catch her doing drugs on camera
Teacher arrested after students allegedly catch her doing drugs on camera ST. JOHN, Ind. — According to WLS, Samantha Cox was escorted from Lake Central High School in St. John by police on Wednesday. She is being held on charges of possessing a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia. A video shared on social media shows Cox alone in a classroom, hunched over a book in her lap while students wait outside   Read More ...
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Teacher arrested after students allegedly catch her doing drugs on camera
Teacher arrested after students allegedly catch her doing drugs on camera ST. JOHN, Ind. — According to WLS, Samantha Cox was escorted from Lake Central High School in St. John by police on Wednesday. She is being held on charges of possessing a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia. A video shared on social media shows Cox alone in a classroom, hunched over a book in her lap while students wait outside   Read More ...
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Teacher arrested after students allegedly catch her doing drugs on camera
Teacher arrested after students allegedly catch her doing drugs on camera ST. JOHN, Ind. — According to WLS, Samantha Cox was escorted from Lake Central High School in St. John by police on Wednesday. She is being held on charges of possessing a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia. A video shared on social media shows Cox alone in a classroom, hunched over a book in her lap while students wait outside   Read More ...
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Minn. students practice persuasion on the guy at the top: the superintendent
As part of an exercise in persuasive writing, Auggie and other fifth-graders wrote to Steve Massey, the new superintendent of Forest Lake Area Schools, to secure his help in getting a football field marked on the playground. Their efforts paid off. Principal Julie Greiman worked with the school's physical education teacher to buy a machine to chalk the lines. "Now there's no arguing about 'Well, I just passed the boot back there — that's the touchdown zone,' " Massey told the students last week   Read More ...
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Minn. students practice persuasion on the guy at the top: the superintendent
As part of an exercise in persuasive writing, Auggie and other fifth-graders wrote to Steve Massey, the new superintendent of Forest Lake Area Schools, to secure his help in getting a football field marked on the playground. Their efforts paid off. Principal Julie Greiman worked with the school's physical education teacher to buy a machine to chalk the lines. "Now there's no arguing about 'Well, I just passed the boot back there — that's the touchdown zone,' " Massey told the students last week   Read More ...
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A self-proclaimed Nazi is banned from his college campus in Florida — but allowed to remain a student
A self-proclaimed Nazi is banned from the University of North Florida’s campus — but will remain a student, university officials said. Ken Parker, a 37-year-old Navy veteran who once served as the grand dragon, or highest-ranking leader, of the Ku Klux Klan in Jacksonville, Fla., was initially suspended after posting a photo of himself on Facebook holding an assault rifle and calling out students who challenged his beliefs, saying he will “shut them down   Read More ...
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Teacher arrested after students allegedly catch her doing drugs on camera
Teacher arrested after students allegedly catch her doing drugs on camera ST. JOHN, Ind. — According to WLS, Samantha Cox was escorted from Lake Central High School in St. John by police on Wednesday. She is being held on charges of possessing a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia. A video shared on social media shows Cox alone in a classroom, hunched over a book in her lap while students wait outside   Read More ...
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Teacher arrested after students allegedly catch her doing drugs on camera
Teacher arrested after students allegedly catch her doing drugs on camera ST. JOHN, Ind. — According to WLS, Samantha Cox was escorted from Lake Central High School in St. John by police on Wednesday. She is being held on charges of possessing a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia. A video shared on social media shows Cox alone in a classroom, hunched over a book in her lap while students wait outside   Read More ...
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Teacher arrested after students allegedly catch her doing drugs on camera
Teacher arrested after students allegedly catch her doing drugs on camera ST. JOHN, Ind. — According to WLS, Samantha Cox was escorted from Lake Central High School in St. John by police on Wednesday. She is being held on charges of possessing a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia. A video shared on social media shows Cox alone in a classroom, hunched over a book in her lap while students wait outside   Read More ...
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Purdue University to offer grant program for local students
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) - Purdue University will be covering tuition needs for Indiana families making up to $70,000 annually starting next year. University President Mitch Daniels announced the Boiler Affordability Grant program on Tuesday. He tells the Indianapolis Star that he hopes the program will open doors to more middle-income families that previously thought a Purdue education was out of reach   Read More ...
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Eastern Wyoming College creates scholarship for graduate who died in car crash
The Eastern Wyoming College Foundation, together with a Casper oncology clinic, has created a scholarship honoring an EWC graduate who died in a car crash earlier this year. Nathan Pieper, a Casper native and Natrona County High School Mustang, graduated from the college in 2016 with a degree in agricultural business. He was repeatedly on the honor roll at the college   Read More ...
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Former Providence assistant principal won't be charged in student altercation
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Officials say a former Rhode Island high school assistant principal who was involved in a physical altercation with a student will not be charged with a crime. WPRI-TV reports Providence Public Safety Commissioner Steven Pare said Tuesday that criminal charges have not been brought against "any adult" in the incident. The police investigation has been closed. Former Central High School Assistant Principal Thomas Bacon resigned from the Providence Public School Department last month after video of the altercation in the school's cafeteria circulated on social media   Read More ...
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Pembroke adopts policy for protecting transgender students | New Hampshire
PEMBROKE — School Board members adopted a policy about transgender students Tuesday night that received the full support of many in the audience. The new policy allows students to dress and use the preferred pronouns and names, bathrooms and lockers of their gender identity. The policy also aims to protect students by keeping information about their gender identity private, and disciplining anyone who might discriminate against or harass those students   Read More ...
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AJC top teacher Maureen Wales of Fulton goes above beyond for students, past and present
The AJC created the Celebrating Teachers Awards this year to showcase remarkable Georgia educators. More than 375 teachers were nominated in the inaugural round of the awards, and a panel of education professors chose 10 winners. These teachers share a key trait: They go above and beyond for their students and their schools. Since this is Thanksgiving week, a time to express gratitude, I am sharing the nominating letters and photos of all 10 teachers, two each day from Monday to Friday   Read More ...
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Pembroke adopts policy for protecting transgender students
PEMBROKE — School Board members adopted a policy about transgender students Tuesday night that received the full support of many in the audience. The new policy allows students to dress and use the preferred pronouns and names, bathrooms and lockers of their gender identity. The policy also aims to protect students by keeping information about their gender identity private, and disciplining anyone who might discriminate against or harass those students   Read More ...
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Students Catch Teacher Doing Drugs In Classroom: Authorities
A northwest Indiana high school teacher was led out in handcuffs Wednesday after students alerted officials. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports.   Read More ...
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College Student Accused of Considering Mass Attack
(SILOAM SPRINGS, Ark.) — Police arrested a student at a Christian college in Arkansas, alleging he told officers he had been building small bombs and that he posted a note in a dormitory common room saying “the maniacal side” of his brain was a “fun little guy” who wanted to inflict mass casualties on society. Timothy Constantin, a 20-year-old John Brown University student from Gainesville, Florida, was arrested Tuesday and was being held pending a bond hearing Thursday morning, said the local prosecutor’s office, which didn’t know if he had an attorney   Read More ...
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Video: Students honor Lebanon teacher in a big way
By Kaitlyn Naples Two students at Lyman Memorial High School decided to celebrate their teacher's 50th birthday in a big way.   Read More ...
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Another ex-student files suit claiming former Evanston drama teacher molested him
Another former student from Evanston Township High School student has accused a now-retired theater director of molesting him in the 1980s. Daniel Romain, who attended the school from 1981 to 1985, filed suit Tuesday against former drama director Bruce Siewerth. Romain’s suit is in addition to two filed last month against Siewerth by two former students, both identified only by the pseudonym John Doe   Read More ...
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Western Mass. colleges open doors to students from Puerto Rico whose education was disrupted by Hurricane Maria
AMHERST -- Amherst College will provide free tuition, room and board to some students from Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands for the spring semester, one of the programs area institutions are offering to help students affected by Hurricane Maria. "In an effort to support college and university students affected by Hurricane Maria, Amherst College is offering a limited number of places to residents of Puerto Rico and the U   Read More ...
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UW-Madison begins accepting food stamps from students in one campus store
UW-Madison students who signed up for a federal food assistance program can now use their benefits at a campus convenience store to buy items like cold sandwiches and packaged food. Students who participate in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, also known as food stamps, can now use their benefits to buy some types of food at the Flamingo Run store at the Gordon Dining and Event Center, said UW-Madison housing spokesman Brendon Dybdahl   Read More ...
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Arkansas college student accused of considering mass attack
SILOAM SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) — Police arrested a student at a Christian college in Arkansas, alleging he told officers he had been building small bombs and that he posted a note in a dormitory common room saying "the maniacal side" of his brain was a "fun little guy" who wanted to inflict mass casualties on society. Timothy Constantin, a 20-year-old John Brown University student from Gainesville, Florida, was arrested Tuesday and was being held pending a bond hearing Thursday morning, said the local prosecutor's office, which didn't know if he had an attorney   Read More ...
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Investigators search for woman accused of stealing iPads meant for Flagler students
Investigators search for woman accused of stealing iPads meant for Flagler students WEBVTT 'S CLAIRE METZREPORTS NOW, THEY HAVE SOMESURVEILLANCE VIDEO AFTER THEWOMAN ALLEGEDLY RE-ROUTED AFED-EX DELIVERY.CLAIRE: THE FLAGLER COUNTYEDUCATION FOUNDATION, LOCATEDINSIDE GOVERNMENT SERVICES HERE,IS A NON-PROFIT THAT SUPPORTSCOUNTY SCHOOLS.THEY HOPED TO DONATE 9 I-PADS,BUT BECAUSE OF A SUSPECTEDTHIEF, THEY'VE COME UP 5 SHORT.>> IT'S BAD TO BE A THIEF TOBEGIN WITH BUT WHEN YOU ARESTEALING FROM KIDS   Read More ...
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Announcements for Nov. 23, 2017
Concord Finish education The Concord Regional Diploma Academy, through its Adult High School program offers adult students from Concord and surrounding cities and towns the opportunity to take a step toward their future. Through evening courses and individualized programs, students can earn high school credits, as they complete their high school diploma (at any age). Classes offered are in mathematics, science, social studies, English, career readiness and training, art and other electives   Read More ...
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Teacher Adopts Her Student Who Was in Foster Care for 7 Years: 'Every Kid Deserves a Chance'
A Texas teacher known for being a caregiver to her students went the extra mile this holiday season when she officially adopted her former student who revealed he was in foster care. Bennie Berry, a teacher at Pathways Learning Center in Beaumont, Texas, first met 16-year-old Anthony last November when he joined her English class. While Anthony stood out from other students with his work ethic and eagerness, Berry had no inclination then that her hard-working student wouldn’t just be making an impact in her classroom, but on the course of the rest of her life   Read More ...
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