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Winter 2015 Teachers of the Season

Oscars, Emmys, People’s Choice Awards…they’ve got nothing on OurUnifiedSchools.com’s Teachers of the Season award! Given to a deserving teacher, this accolade recognizes their hard work with their students and the Schools Partnership Program. 1,512 more words

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Spring Valley HS Takes the R-Word Pledge

This March, Spring Valley High School in Las Vegas took the pledge to end the r-word! Join them in taking the pledge – click here… 14 more words

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A Lesson Plan to Spread the Word

Are you a teacher or student who wishes you didn’t hear students use the r-word? Then we have a lesson plan for you! Wednesday, March 4, 2015 is annual Spread the Word to End the R-Word Day, when people all over the country pledge to not use the r-word (retard), and instead replace it with respect for all. 318 more words

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How Humboldt State Is Making a Difference

We love hearing about what people are doing in their hometowns and schools to make their communities more accepting and respectful. OurUnifiedSchools.com was fortunate enough to talk with Dr. 676 more words

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Teach Your Parents Night Turns the Table

We had the pleasure of attending a Teach Your Parents Night at Franklin Elementary in Burlingame. It was a district-wide event created to educate and bring acceptance for people of all abilities and backgrounds. 343 more words

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Q&A With Brady – a Cool School Plunger

Did you know that you can earn money for your school by taking the Polar Plunge with Special Olympics Northern California & Nevada? Lots of local schools create teams, fundraise and Plunge together – all for our Special Olympics athletes! 367 more words

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What Are the Top California Schools?

Our Unified Schools isn’t an official ranking system, but we like to think that we work with the best schools in all of California! Students at a select 37 of the top schools went above and beyond to make their campuses more respectful and unified! 336 more words

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