Latest School Board Stories
By Beth L. Jokinen, The Lima News, Ohio Aug. 1--PANDORA -- Pandora-Gilboa school employees have agreed to pay more for their insurance in the coming years, but will continue to see wage increases.
By Monica Rodriguez POMONA - The school board has agreed to place a $235million bond measure before voters. Pomona Unified school board members voted 3-1 Thursday to place the item on the Nov. 4 ballot. Board member Andrew Wong dissented.
By Liset Marquez UPLAND - Despite their efforts to keep it alive, officials at Pacific Christian School have elected not to reopen the tiny private institution.
By Linda Davis
By Jonathan Cribbs, The Beaufort Gazette, S.C. Jul. 31--The Beaufort County School District has scheduled the first meeting of a committee charged with recommending one calendar for all schools, even as the district continues to search for members, a district official said.
By Andrea Osmun, Eagle Times, Claremont, N.H. Jul. 31--CLAREMONT -- The school reinvestment committee is coming closer and closer to deciding the fate of Stevens High School.
By Justin Vick, Independent Tribune, Concord, N.C. Jul. 30--Longtime child care advocate Anne Laukaitis is running for the Cabarrus County Board of Education, making this year's school board ballot the largest in the last decade.
By Rachana Dixit, The Daily Progress, Charlottesville, Va. Jul. 31--Health education is about to become more comprehensive in Charlottesville schools.
By Kathy Bushouse, South Florida Sun-Sentinel Jul.
By Ann DeMatteo By Ann DeMatteo Assistant Metro Editor School officials in Hamden and North Haven are continuing their quest to root out students whose parents don't pay taxes to the town. In Hamden, parents or guardians have until Aug.
- A woman chauffeur.
- A woman who operates an automobile.