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Labour council continues to charge for reading lessons

GENE BRODIE, our education correspondent, has discovered that Croydon’s Labour-run council is using a legal loophole to continue to charge local children up to £3,500 per year just to teach them how to read and write… 1,108 more words


Lance Forman named first principal of Smith Springs Elementary School

Experienced educator and leader to begin serving the new school right away

Dr. Jesse Register and the Metro Schools leadership team are proud to introduce the first principal for Smith Springs Elementary School. 369 more words


Five Croydon primaries hit gold standard for school dinners

Five Croydon schools have achieved the Soil Association’s Food for Life Catering Gold standard for their healthy and wholesome school dinners.

The schools receiving the award are All Saints Primary, Cypress Infants and Junior schools, Downsview Primary and Rockmount Primary. 708 more words


Litter-ary Club Meets for the Final Time this Semester

On Tuesday, the Animal Rescue League’s Litter-ary Club had their last biweekly visit of the semester. Litter-ary Club is made up of students from Amos Hiatt Middle School in Des Moines. 100 more words

Amos Hiatt Middle School

What happens when a community school loses its head, and forgets where its heart is

When we first moved to Victoria Park, back when Jonah was on the way, our local school was a typical state primary – housed in a squat, past-its-best 60s building that had started to crumble and spill out into pre-fabs in an ill-kempt front yard. 2,700 more words

Life, Death And Everything Inbetween

Looping Ms Skandera

In computer programming loops are repetitive iterations of the same operation used to carry out specific tasks. The computer having no brain and no sense of monotony simply repeats the script ad infinitum until a particular condition is satisfied. 1,019 more words

On Schools

Linwood School, 266 Linwood Street, Winnipeg (1913)

Reid Dickie

Pop quiz!

What Winnipeg school’s alumni includes the City’s first woman mayor Susan Thompson, bandleader Jimmy King, Liberal Cabinet Minister Mitchell Sharp, Olympic speed skater Gordon Audley, Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger and former National Defense Headquarters Chief of Air Staff Ken Pennie? 847 more words

Manitoba Heritage