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Confidence and karate help kids overcome bullies

For three years, Logan Pace was picked on by bullies at his school.

“They were calling me names, picking on me and hitting me,” said Logan, 13. 733 more words

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Students donate beds to St. Vincent de Paul Society

Getting a good night’s sleep will be a little easier for a few of Windsor’s less fortunate thanks to the efforts of students from the Windsor Essex Catholic District School Board. 106 more words

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WEAVA 2015 - Learning Disabilities Association of Windsor–Essex County

Experience led to career switch

In high school, I started my journey with the Learning Disabilities Association of Windsor Essex County (LDAWE) as a Focus on Youth summer student with the Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board in 2011. 220 more words

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New city hall expected to cost millions more than originally budgeted

Designs for Windsor’s new city hall will likely have to be scaled back unless council agrees to throw more cash at the project that is now expected to cost millions of dollars more than originally planned. 496 more words

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New sex education curriculum not as racy as some expected

If parents think Ontario’s new sex education curriculum released Monday is the Ministry of Education’s version of Fifty Shades of Grey, they are putting themselves through needless worry, say those who’ve seen the changes. 718 more words

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Coke-snorting teacher to go before disciplinary panel

An elementary teacher arrested 2½ years ago for taking breaks from his students by snorting cocaine might finally have his teaching licence revoked.

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The Star's View: You can't cut education funding and increase salaries

It’s difficult to defend keeping schools open when they’re operating at 65 per cent capacity and a board has 6,000 empty student spaces.

That’s the situation the Greater Essex County District School Board is facing, at a time when it also has a $2-million deficit after being on the losing end of a recent arbitration case. 377 more words

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