Bicycle Club’s Newest Ride Going Fast

Students in South High School’s Bicycle Club have put together a custom ride to bring some exposure (and some additional funding) to their club. Members, in cooperation with students in the school’s Skills USA program, have completely overhauled a TREK Antelope mountain bike into a one-of-its-kind custom “Blue Thunder” replica police mountain bike. The bike project,…
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Tonight: Your Passport To Culture And Wellness

The popular debate of which school activity for kids – arts or sports – is better for a child’s overall development won’t get any clearer this evening at Discovery Middle School. However, if you believe that a proper amounts of exposure to both is good middle ground for you or your young person, Discovery is…
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Hawthorne Students Say ‘Thank You’

Residents of 80 households in the Hawthorne neighborhood opened their doors yesterday to a special message of friendship. Over 20 students in Pat Pobst’s Hawthorne Elementary kindergarten class made their way through the school’s surrounding neighborhood Wednesday afternoon, for a 70-minute “Kindness Walk.” The students left handmade door hangers with residents, or hung them on…
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A Night In Uniform

Student’s effort on the diamond draws cheers, support Although last Friday’s (May 6) North High varsity home baseball game was an otherwise ordinary one for the Spartan sluggers, it was a very special experience for one Ben Franklin Middle School student. Fourteen-year-old Lucas Hankel, who is a special education student at Ben Franklin Middle School,…
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Centennial Receives $40,000 Grant

Centennial Elementary has been named the recipient of a $40,000 Toolbox for Education grant from the Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation.  The funds will be used to replace and expand playground equipment on one of the school’s playgrounds. The improvements are designed to enhance the health and fitness levels of Centennial’s 3rd, 4th, and 5th…
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