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Language program earns international accolades
NORTH SALT LAKE—“Regardez!” “Numero un.” “Ca marche!” Things sound different in Francois Gayral’s class at Foxboro Elementary, where students are learning to round numbers.
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Federal awareness alarmingly low in high school seniors
Are You Smarter than a 12th Grader? Last year, a bill was passed requiring Utah’s high school seniors to pass a 50-question civics test to graduate. One would think this would be an easy enough fea...
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Viewmont teacher honored for kindness
BOUNTIFUL—Viewmont High School teacher Kay Merrell recently received the Teacher Feature award from Zions Bank and KSL Newsradio.
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Scholarship, letter honors fallen Woods Cross marine
The memory of one young man from Woods Cross still lives on. Woods Cross High graduate Chloe Lund recently received the 2016 Dion Stephenson Memorial Scholarship, created in honor of a Woods Cross ...
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Davis County students back to studies, some in brand new schools
FARMINGTON/KAYSVILLE—It’s back to school this week for thousands of students in Davis School District.
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Dealing with cultural clashes in the classroom
Numerous studies have revealed that African-American students are more likely than their white peers to face referrals to the office, suspension, expulsion or other forms of discipline at school. B...
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Life-saving efforts honored by district
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LAYTON—Having the proper training and equipment helped save the life of a student at Northridge High School last year.
Open houses tonight showcase new elementary schools
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FARMINGTON—Two new elementary schools will open to the public tonight, Aug. 18, giving the community a chance to see the state-of-the-art facilities, meet teachers and principals and explore the cl...
Institute helps teachers prepare students for AP tests
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KAYSVILLE—It is summer vacation for many who work in education, but a number of teachers were back in the classroom last month, this time filling the desks as students at the district’s annual AP S...
Doors open on new facility that helps struggling readers locally and abroad
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KAYSVILLE—Morena Yaquas’ daughter was “having a little trouble reading,” according to Yaquas, until she participated in RISE Institute for Literacy’s summer classes.
District considers opting 11th graders out of SAGE tests
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FARMINGTON—Is one less test for 11th graders a good thing, or would opting them out of the state’s year-end standardized test create more problems?
‘Virtual students’ receive diplomas
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DAVIS COUNTY—Nine Davis County students received their high school diplomas last month, celebrating the milestone with students from around the state, many of whom they had never met before.
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PIKETON, Ohio (AP) -- Six months after someone shot eight members of an extended family to death in their homes, surviving relatives are still waiting - for an explanation, for an arrest, for a hint of closure....
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ABBEVILLE, S.C. (AP) -- In this small South Carolina town near the Georgia line, where some say the Confederacy was born and died, descendants of a man lynched 100 years ago are erecting a downtown memorial to him and other black men killed by white mobs after the Civil War....
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