Where the series differ is in the lenses they use to examine their respective high-school politics. Veronica Mars — the third season of which is off the table here, since it focuses on college by then — is a genre show, a Philip-Marlowe-meets-90210 detective serial. It’s plot-driven, with often zippy dialogue and a postmodern sensibility […]
According to Probasco, she is proud to have earned the Triple “A” Award, feeling it serves as a reminder to herself that she has worked incredibly hard throughout her high school career. “For me, it’s been a really big pat on the back. I’ve been through a lot and sometimes it’s difficult to take a […]
But Japan’s prime minister Shinzo Abe is reportedly against allowing women to rule, believing that because the throne has consistently been passed down through the male line, it should continue the same way.
Reichel said this fundraiser is just about getting the study completed, and doesn’t mean Sandy Springs would have to take action. The study, she said, would provide an idea of what it would take for the city to create its own system. She also said it could be a way to provide better pay to […]
Statement From Martinez Unified School District Superintendent CJ Cammack “Martinez Unified has just been officially notified by federal, state, and local agencies that part of Alhambra High School is being considered to create additional spaces for providing care. As you all know and understand, in any emergency situation, schools are regularly used by agencies such […]
“When they called Shirley Brockmeyer from Hampstead, I lost my marbles I was so excited for her,” Brockmeyer says. “I genuinely forgot about applying to be a contestant until one evening after dinner I checked my email and there was a message about being selected for an audition. I thought the email wasn’t real.
I shared a great deal of information at the Virtual Town Hall Meeting last Thursday, March 26. If you haven’t seen it, you can view a recording here. I hope it will answer some of your questions. We will be holding another Virtual Town Hall Meeting at 4:00 pm on April 14, 2020 on NUSD’s […]
Please continue to monitor your email, as we will be communicating additional information specific to your child’s school within the next two days. You will receive information about how to access Distance Learning and materials, how to access school meals for your child, and any additional student support services. We are here and committed to […]
Fridley Public Schools teachers and staff have been hard at work finalizing plans for continuity in instruction through Distance Learning, continuation of services (including meals for students, social emotional learning and supports), support for students with special needs, and evaluating the needs of students who may not have access to technology. While modified due to […]
“While we are devastated by this news, I am confident we will continue to unite to find ways to support and connect as a community to make the best of the remaining school year for our beloved students, families and colleagues,” said Superintendent Andrew Pulver in the announcement.