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Newport School Board Looks for More Cuts

Newport’s School Board is going back to the drawing board to cut an additional $300,000.00 from their proposed budget. The board presented a budget to the public last night that had over $300,000 as revenue from tuition added for students expected from Goshen next year. 104 more words


2014 Review - Work with Schools

“What is it you do, exactly?” is a question I receive a lot. No matter how many times I’ve been in trainings that have us practice our “elevator speech” or “spitch,” it can be a difficult question to answer depending who is asking. 859 more words

Childhood Obesity

Steger SD 194 forum eyes transformation issues

by Dennis Sullivan
Dec. 15, 2014

Supt David Thieman says student transportation is one of the logistical issues Steger School District 194 officials are addressing during the transformation of two of the three elementary school buildings into grade centers. 396 more words


Bellevue Middle Prep gets a new principal with proven experience

A new leader is coming to Bellevue Middle Prep. Mark Pittman, currently assistant principal at Glencliff High School, will take over for principal Jim Mann, who is leaving the district for personal reasons. 182 more words


Nashville awarded major federal grant to expand and improve early childhood education

Metro Schools has won a major new prekindergarten award from the U.S. Department of Education that will give $8.3 million to Metro Schools this year for the development and expansion of high quality pre-K in Nashville, with the possibility for a total of $33 million more over four years. 779 more words


Twickenham School Site Scrap?

There’s nothing quite like planning committees and schools to get people all hot under the collar in Twickenham. That whole ‘neck / collar interface’ is getting decidedly warm near Twickenham Green as one of the recently approved free schools seeks to turn an office block into its new primary school. 799 more words


Six more Metro Schools getting Disney Musicals through TPAC & the CMA Foundation

Six more Metro Nashville Public Schools have been selected to participate in Disney Musicals in Schools, an extracurricular program that complements classroom learning goals. The additional schools are: 671 more words