Texas A&M Celebrates Latinx Students with Bilingual Graduation Ceremony

The opinions expressed in this article are the writer’s own and do not reflect the views of Her Campus. Each semester, students at Texas A&M University have the opportunity to participate in the Latinx Graduation Ceremony, the only commencement celebration delivered in Spanish and English. The fall 2022 ceremony will be held on Dec. 18, … Read more

First Weekend Of December Events

Downtown Sonora’s Courthouse Park becomes Christmas Tree Lane There are several events planned this weekend in the Mother Lode. Friday is the Twain Hart Winter Wonderland Parade. The events start with caroling at 5:30 pm, a tree lighting at 6 pm followed by the parade, and then visitors are welcome to meet Santa at Eproson … Read more

Northwest’s state snapshot part of a district portrait

“It’s just one piece of a much bigger picture,” Smith said. The state’s common snapshot — built from the Nebraska Student-Centered Assessment System (NSCAS) and Accountability for a Quality Education System Today and Tomorrow (AQuESTT) — is much different than NWPS’s. In 2021-2022 school year, 8% of Nebraska’s students are English Learners, according to Nebraska … Read more

Former Calvert school superintendent dies at 79; Hook fondly remembered by colleagues | Local

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A Life Remembered | ‘Mayor of the Virginia Theatre’ was ‘full of life and full of energy’ | Film-television

CHAMPAIGN — Carlo Anzelmo, the “mayor of the Virginia Theatre,” is being warmly remembered as the man who never met a stranger, had a flair for gardening, was a wonderful cook and taught great life lessons. “He was always such a warm person, friendly, just made you feel good to be around him,” said Mark … Read more

12 DCPS schools receive PBIS awards | News

Twelve schools in the Daviess County Public Schools system have received awards based on the implementation of the national Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) framework from the Kentucky Department of Education and the Green River Educational Cooperative. Audubon, Burns, Country Heights, East View, Highland, Meadow Lands, Sorgho, Southern Oaks, Tamarack, West Louisville and Whitesville … Read more

Greater Math in ND Grants targeted at improving math learning | News

BISMARCK, ND – State School Superintendent Kirsten Baesler said the Department of Public Instruction will be providing $500,000 in grants to improve mathematics instruction and learning in North Dakota’s schools. The “Greater Math in North Dakota” program is designed to help teachers remedy “learning gaps” in students’ math knowledge. A learning gap refers to a … Read more