“He was suspended with pay for the rest of the season.”
Coral Smith, a second-grade teacher at Pleasant Elementary, has been hired as the full-time curriculum director in Monroeville.
Several students at the middle school and high school are accused of possessing and distributing pornographic material via social media.
District treasurer says that would narrow it from a “broad-based tax” and limit the constituents.
Students need three mentors — from school, community and work.
Students become members of the club once they pass a confidential drug test.
District conservationist, who is married to elementary school teacher: “I’m not talking about the wild, wild West in (school) hallways.”
Boy, 12, wrapped head to “act like a terrorist” and said loudly “I’m going to bomb the school.”
Norwalk City Schools technology director shares suggestions to make it tougher on hackers.
Monroeville superintendent: “We encourage our students to voice their opinions in a peaceful responsible way.”
Teacher: “It was an enjoyable experience. It felt like we were working together”; new, 3-year contract provides for base-salary increases of 1.5% annually.
Local school superintendents discuss school shootings and safety; “As a country we have to come together and make the changes that are needed to protect our children.”
Board member references what happened when people addressed allegations involving a basketball coach.
Smith has taught French and math at the high school and middle school.
Many local superintendents and food service directors are choosing to keep status quo — as long as they stay within regulations.