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MELVILLE, NY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Sept. 7, 2022– Henry Schein, Inc. (Nasdaq: HSIC) today announced the 25th anniversary of its “Back to School” program, which provides backpacks, school supplies and more to meet back-to-school needs underserved children and their families. Since the program’s inception in 1998, the Society has helped more than 65,000Read More →

MELVILLE, NY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Henry Schein, Inc. (Nasdaq: HSIC) today announced the 25e anniversary of its “Back to School” program, which provides backpacks, school supplies and more to meet the back-to-school needs of underserved children and their families. Since the program’s inception in 1998, the Society has helped more than 65,000 childrenRead More →

MThe elco Resorts & Entertainment Return to School Program offers colleagues who have left school early the opportunity to earn their high school diploma internally by undertaking formal education alongside their employment. The company was the first local integrated resort operator to launch its in-house back-to-school program in conjunction withRead More →

With the new school year also comes the Coca-Cola powered Wawa 250 and “Last-Chance” Coke Zero Sugar 400 at the World Center of Racing DAYTONA BEACH, FLA (August 17, 2022) – New students and teachers at Turie T. Small Elementary School weren’t the only ones getting ready for the schoolRead More →

Kingston City School District Superintendent Paul Padalino described a summer school program that has proven both popular and successful with students, as he gave an update on the subject at from a school board meeting earlier this month. The K-3 Summer School, under the direction of Principal Emily Clausi, operatedRead More →

SAN DIEGO, Calif., August 12, 2022 /Christian Newswire/ — Registration is now open for the 2022-23 school year at FaithPrep Californiaa new online private learning option for K-12 students. FaithPrep California is a Rock Academy program in partnership with Faith Academics, a Tampa-based education company, and Stride, Inc., the leadingRead More →

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Virginia (WRIC) – Chesterfield Recovery Academy is a program designed to help high school students graduate while staying sober. The program is designed to aid addiction recovery and is equipped with assistance from Chesterfield County Public Schools and Behavioral Health and Developmental Services. Services will include academic, emotionalRead More →

Alvernia’s Reading Youth Initiative organizes the third annual Books for Bikes With the support of Customer bankAlvernia University Holleran Center for Community and Global Engagement distributed 59 bicycles and helmets to students at the center Youth Reading Initiative Summer school program in recognition of their dedication to literacy and summerRead More →

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. (WRIC) – Virginia’s first recovery program designed to help high school students recover from substance use disorders is set to begin in August. Local and state leaders, including some from Chesterfield County Public Schools (CCPS), will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, August 2 to celebrate theRead More →

HUNTSVILLE Ala. (WHNT) – Huntsville Parks and Recreation is bringing back its afterschool program for the 2022-23 school year. After a successful first year, Parks and Recreation Director James Gossett said the department can tell families urgently need more after-school programs. Swim for Melissa, Miracle Bash 2022 returns to helpRead More →

Mahalo for supporting Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Enjoy this free story! An innovative new after-school program to educate parents and families of LGBTQ students about the Hawaiian concept of “mahu,” or a third gender, is being developed at DreamHouse’ Ewa Beach Public Charter School. Starting this fall, the Kapolei School will holdRead More →

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A dozen children and two adults were given floor sealer instead of milk during a summer daycare program at an Alaska elementary school after containers were apparently mixed, the school district superintendent said Wednesday. Several students have complained of burning sensations in their mouths and throats,Read More →

Seattle-area Eastlake High School is notorious for being controversial. According for talk show host Jason Rantz, the school employed teachers who posted posters “depicting capitalism as a ‘cult of death’, demanding an end to borders and supporting Black Lives Matter”. Shila Hodgins, who teaches social studies at Eastlake, has publiclyRead More →

WILMINGTON — The School Committee received presentations at its last meeting from Wilmington Middle School Principal, Dr. Jeanette Quirk, and Superintendent, Dr. Glenn Brand, on the Master Entry Plan and recommendations for middle school curriculum review. Brand started by talking about how they viewed Quirk’s transition to the permanent principalRead More →

The ASE Education Foundation has launched a new Adopt-A-School program, designed to serve as a valuable resource to help students transition into the workforce. By implementing work-based learning programs, companies can help strengthen classroom instruction and increase students’ practical skills, making graduates more productive early in their careers, says theRead More →

TROY, NY (NEWS10) — The Lansingburgh Central School District announced Friday that it will receive a grant for a 21st Century after-school program at Knickerbacker Middle School and Lansingburgh High School. Middle and high schools serve Lansingburgh’s sixth through twelfth graders. It will be funded by the New York StateRead More →

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Las Vegas – ProAm Sports Medicine, a leading Las Vegas-based medical provider for athletes of all skill levels, announces the launch of an after-school program, A Fighting Chance, in partnership with Project 150 to benefit the homeless and displaced from the Las Vegas area and underprivileged high school students. InRead More →

Some Rock Hill parents told Channel 9 their children were locked outside Northside Elementary School on Monday for around 30 minutes. “The children were left alone outside without adult supervision,” said mother Kendra Funderburk. [ALSO READ: Rock Hill Schools over-reimbursed nearly $1 million after error in counting meals] The motherRead More →

A professor of international affairs launch a mentorship and financial aid workshop this summer for underrepresented political science students transitioning to graduate programs. Laila Sorurbakhsh, assistant professor of international affairs and principal researcher of the workshop, said the Breaking Barriers to Entry project will provide financial, academic and psychological supportRead More →

More Alabama Black Belt students will have the opportunity to learn about science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers through a unique curriculum that uses brain responses. Chris Crawford, Assistant Professor at University of Alabama‘s Department of Computer Science, will expand the Black Belt STEM Project to schools in SumterRead More →

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) – Educators at Erwin Middle School have noticed the need for a curriculum to address the challenges young girls face. Last October, they created the Aerie Girl program and they are already seeing positive changes. Timberly Hill founders Junikka Howard, Latessa Dillard and Michelle Griffin coined theRead More →

Middle school students in the Avondale Elementary School District continue to experience success through its accelerated high school program. As part of the accelerated program, students participate in high school algebra, band, choir and Spanish lessons in the supply school district, Agua Fria Union High School District. Participating institutions areRead More →