October 12, 2021
  • October 12, 2021

QF students donate school supplies to Afghan refugees at the start of the school year – Doha News

by on October 4, 2021 0

Qatar students took part in a humanitarian campaign to support Afghan children recently evacuated from their war-torn country. Qatar Academy Doha students have launched a heartfelt initiative to help Afghan children overcome educational challenges as the school year begins. Grade 5 students at the school, part of the Qatar Foundation’s pre-university education, donated school...

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BOLD resumes responding to school needs and terminates consultation agreement

by on September 23, 2021 0

At its Monday meeting, the board unanimously approved a recommendation from its facilities committee to dissolve the consultation agreement with ICS. Superintendent Jim Menton said there have been discussions with ICS about the possible end of the relationship. He said company representatives understood the school’s desire to end the relationship and start over. “They...

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BG’s school facilities plan to be presented in October | Community

by on September 22, 2021 0

Bowling Green will soon learn what district staff and community members want in their school buildings. At Tuesday’s board meeting, board member Jill Carr said visualization exercises started earlier this month with teachers will end next Monday. Representatives from Fanning Howey will moderate the discussion. The board hired Fanning Howey, an architecture and engineering...

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The Recorder – Greenfield School Department requires student-athletes to undergo routine COVID-19 testing

by on September 14, 2021 0

GREENFIELD – The Greenfield School Department has joined a growing number of communities in demanding that its student-athletes participate in routine testing for COVID-19. “Testing is one of our best mitigation strategies,” school nurse Kelly Savitri told school committee members at their Tuesday night meeting. The school will have three levels of COVID-19 tests...

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