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Mrs. Jean Payne's lesson in objectivity

Probably my favorite teacher in high school was Mrs. Jean Payne.

I took a class called American Government from her, and learned a huge amount about history, civics and politics, but I realized afterward that the most important thing she taught me was about something else—fairness. 357 more words

Charger Football

Charger football is now three games into the 10 game season, and last Friday night the team suffered their first loss. Wichita Falls defeated Central 27 – 7 in a cool windy night in Wichita Falls. 268 more words

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Phenix City teacher on paid leave after flying on plane used by Ebola patient

PHENIX CITY, Ala. (WIAT) – A teacher in Phenix City, Alabama, is on paid leave for 21 days, which is the incubation period for Ebola. School leaders in Phenix City say the decision was made out of an abundance of caution. 86 more words


A Good Cause!

This past Saturday I joined The Richards Group Foundation for a 5K Walk/Run to benefit the Girls Who Win Program of Central High School. We had amazing weather and some of the most awesome people on the planet who were there to support us. 10 more words


Teens try to tackle a new sport: Rugby

By Erin Aulfinger (Central High School)

Last year, one Central High School teacher taught a team of 13 girls the rules of rugby; now, the coaches hope to grow that team and bring the sport to even more Memphis youth. 673 more words


Visiting Alexandria & Revisiting Race in the United States

This past weekend, I finally took the time to visit Alexandria, Virginia–a very short Metro ride from D.C. I had been looking forward to seeing this city for quite some time. 907 more words

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