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Lockouts are lifted after the gun threat in several Salt Lake Valley schools

SALT LAKE COUNTY (ABC4 News) – Several schools in the Salt Lake Valley were locked out Tuesday after police announced that a man had been called to threaten to shoot an unspecified school. School district officials in Salt Lake and… Continue Reading →

Police: threats against schools in Salt Lake County are not credible

SALT LAKE CITY – Police officers from various agencies in Salt Lake County say they do not believe the threats to nurseries and kindergartens across the valley are credible. The threats, however, led police to search several schools in Salt… Continue Reading →

How do schools decide when to close in cold weather?

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Donation of $ 120,000 to Grand Forks Schools in downtown Hugo can not be used for parking

However, the $ 120,000 received by the district under the commercial agreement might not be used to create more parking spaces for Central High School, as had originally recommended the developer and the company. school administration. Council members voted 4-1… Continue Reading →

Churchill: The law on child victims should include public schools

Stephen. H. Erickson, son of Stephen J. Erickson, victim of a sexual assault, is accompanied by his mother, Margaret Sorokey, at the center, and Gary Greenberg, founder of Fighting for Children PAC, left, at A press conference to draw attention… Continue Reading →

Minnesota Schools Face 'Crisis Level' in Special Education Funding

Spike in special education costs is squeezing Minnesota school budgets – and is quickly becoming the school districts' priority for the new legislative session. While public schools are required to provide special education services, the federal and state governments only… Continue Reading →

The inhabitants of Lehi protest against the new boundaries of elementary schools

LEHI – The Lehi Alpine School District, one of Utah's fastest-growing cities, is redefining the boundaries of elementary schools for the fourth time in nine years. Their actions encourage local parents to act while they are looking for a favorable… Continue Reading →

Charter schools were once the incubators of LAUSD. Now, they are the competition.

While tens of thousands of teachers from the unified school district of Los Angeles paraded in Grand Park on Friday, three kilometers away, students inside small red and white bungalows continued to function. It was a normal day for the… Continue Reading →

Schools monitor head lice

SPRINGFIELD – Ashley Ripple and Dalton Dale have lice girls. Ripple said, "Everything they touched, it was the fabric, it had to be sprayed to make sure we would not get it or that their first girl would get it."… Continue Reading →

A new gigantic solar telescope shares its scientific enthusiasm with neighboring schools

This summer, the most powerful solar telescope ever built should make its first observations of our sun – but the excitement is not simply for scientists, the telescope team believes. Instead, the National Solar Observatory, which builds the new Daniel… Continue Reading →

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