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How Parkland parents and lawmakers built relationships to help prevent violence at school

A few days after the murder of Parkland a little over a year ago, Fred Guttenberg and Marco Rubio met for the first time on national television. The Republican Senator, who introduces gun-friendly legislation as he was preparing for the… Continue Reading →

Parents wonder if school shooting exercises traumatize children

BUFFALO, NY – Long before a former student opened fire on his former classmates in Parkland, Florida, many school districts held regular shooting drills. These exercises, which sometimes included simulated gunshots and blood, proceeded without warning. . The exercises began… Continue Reading →

According to parents, a Minnesota choir teacher reportedly used racial slurs during Black History Month.

A Minnesota college teacher is under fire from critics for using a racial insult during a discussion on Black History Month. Parents of Heritage College E-Stem Magnet told FOX 9 during a discussion on Black History Month on Friday, the… Continue Reading →

Parents want to save a hundred-year-old Catholic school

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As schools cancel, parents scramble for childcare options

MINNEAPOLIS (FOX 9) – Schools across the state are closed for the next two days because of the intense cold. Cancellations leave parents overwhelmed with childcare options at the last minute. In Minneapolis and St. Paul, there is a little-known… Continue Reading →

Parents of St. James Elementary complain of mold and wish for the construction of a new school

Parents and guardians of students at St. James Elementary School interview Horry County School Board members regarding a new list of priorities for construction projects that do not include the replacement of the school of their children. June Johnson, whose… Continue Reading →

School blames communication system error after parents have not been warned about gun fear

MODESTO (CBS13) – Schools in the city of Modesto are reporting a communication system error after some parents were not alerted by a pistol alert at Enoch High School on Saturday night. The district said the problem with its warning… Continue Reading →

Alianna DeFreeze's parents sue for wrongful death against school

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The estate and parents of Alianna DeFreeze have filed a lawsuit for wrongful death, accusing the community school that the 14 – year – old girl had failed to warn her mother that she was "deadly. she… Continue Reading →

The representative of the Democratic State wants a school dress code for parents

10h02: 24/01/2019 | Education Nick Givas | Journalist for Media and Politics Democratic State Representative Antonio Parkinson of Tennessee offers a school clothing code for parents and a code of conduct for adults to help restore order in the school… Continue Reading →

Parents in the Township of Perry are worried after passing a student to school

INDIANAPOLIS – Parents in the Township of Perry are worried after a student has arrived at Perry Meridian High School, after hours, with a gun Monday night. After the dismissal of the class, the student was seen with a gun… Continue Reading →

LAUSD Weekend Teacher Strike Negotiations Are on Radar Screens of Parents

Some parents in the San Fernando Valley were on bedbugs this weekend to see if the marathon negotiations could lead to an agreement ending a strike that entered its seventh day Sunday. "I'm thankful that the negotiations are underway," said… Continue Reading →

The head teacher at Hilton allegedly assaulted a student several months ago. Why do parents come to know?

After a primary school teacher from Hilton Head was arrested on Thursday for sexually assaulting a student a few months ago, the school district officials and the sheriff's office are holding them back. decision to keep the investigation secret until… Continue Reading →

Teachers, parents and students from North Las Vegas raised their concerns at the CCSD Open Session

LAS VEGAS – Teachers, parents and students in North Las Vegas have voiced their concerns at a public meeting at Clark County District Hall. Teachers, parents, and students took a stand Thursday night when the superintendent of the Clark County… Continue Reading →

Parents are concerned about mold problems at St. James Elementary School

Myrtle Beach, S.C. (WPDE) – Many parents of students at St. James Elementary School said Friday that they were worried about the possibility of mold in the school. ABC15 spoke for the first time with district officials and a local… Continue Reading →

The director informs parents of the threat nationwide by mentioning Hillcrest High School

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The Springfield School District is investigating a threat mentioning "Hillcrest High School". The forces of the order of several states are investigating the anonymous threat. The school district says that there is no specific threat for Springfield… Continue Reading →

& # 39; Shame! & # 39; Parents and Graduates Criticize Granville County School Consolidation Decision

OXFORD, N.C. (WTVD) – Critics of the Granville County School Board's decision withdrew Monday night in protest. Others shouted "sellout" and "shame" after the council voted in favor of closing and consolidating two of the county's historically black schools. For… Continue Reading →

Doctors warn parents against illness and germs back to school

SPRINGFIELD, MO. (KY3 / KSPR) – Influenza activity is really resuming in the United States. The latest map of Influenza Control Centers and Disease Prevention (CDC) shows that Missouri and Arkansas are in the high-moderate range while being surrounded by… Continue Reading →

Parents pursue district policy to arm teachers at school

TAMAQUA, Pennsylvania (AP) – Parents will appeal to a court to prevent a Pennsylvania school district from allowing teachers to carry firearms to school. mass shooters. Tamaqua District, a coal-mining area approximately 145 kilometers from Philadelphia, serves more than 2,100… Continue Reading →

Turn off their screens an hour before bedtime, experts say the children's health to parents

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