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Rome Education Council approves retireme...

At its last regular meeting in 2021, the Rome Board of Education addressed several resolutions regarding the ongoing drafting of the new district policy manual, as well as issues relating to people operations, including retirements. Patricia Wheeler, teaching assistant at Clough, and Linda Froio, typist at Strough, as well as the appointment of Jodi Marchone […]

Smackover-Norphlet board reintroduces ma...

The Smackover-Norphlet school board voted 3-2 to reintroduce a mask mandate for students and staff at a special meeting held Wednesday night. After a lengthy discussion, board members Chris Long, Stephen Crecelius and Lynn Birchfield voted in favor of the term while board members Cliff Preston and Dustin Bagwell voted against. The board has decided […]

The Recorder – Montague Selectboard, Boa

Posted: 01/06/2022 14:49:29 PM Modified: 1/6/2022 14:48:49 PM MONTAGUE – The Board of Health met on Wednesday for an emergency meeting that largely centered on mutual disappointment between the Department of Health and the Selectboard. The conversation followed a Monday night selection committee meeting in which President Rich Kuklewicz said he was “disappointed” that members […]

Tallahassee NAACP Hosts Community Discus...

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) – With detailed statistics in hand, the quest to reduce crime is on in Leon County. As commissioners review policy, the Tallahassee NAACP opened the floor to hear thoughts from the community. “It gives us an idea of ​​where we need to start,” said Willie Williams. In November, the Sheriff’s Office of […]

LCPS adopts a gender inclusion policy an...

LAS CRUCES – After months of discussion and dozens of public comments, the Las Cruces Public Schools School Board has approved a new gender inclusion policy. Twenty-one community members spoke ahead of the board vote on “JBD Policy: Gender Inclusive Schools” at the first school board meeting in 2022, held at the Karen Trujillo administration […]

The Truth is the First Victim of the PYL...

The proposed ban on Critical Race Theory (CRT) pushed by three school administrators newly elected to the Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District Board (PYLUSD) brings the education of thousands of students to a place where no democracy should go. Censorship is not American. To take away academic freedom and undermine public education is anti-American. Yet […]

New leadership appointed to Brunswick co...

Brunswick City Council President Jim Mason (left) and School Board President Beth Bisson (right). Courtesy of Mason and Bisson New presidents and vice-presidents were appointed to Brunswick city council and school board on Monday. Jim Mason was unanimously elected president of Brunswick City Council, succeeding former councilor John Perreault who did not seek re-election in […]

Several items to be discussed at the Jam...

The agenda for the January meeting of the James City County Planning Commission includes several items for discussion. (WY Daily file) JAMES TOWN COUNTY – The James City County Planning Commission (JCC) will hold its monthly meeting on Wednesday January 5 at 6 p.m. in the Council Chamber of the County Government Center, 101 Mounts […]

The mandate of the Marion school mask to...

President Eric Cummings said the Marion County School Board will have a discussion Thursday on whether to reinstate a mask warrant, with a opt-out provision, now that COVID-19 is spreading rapidly again throughout the county. Since the last week of school before winter break, countywide COVID-19 cases reported by the Florida Department of Health have […]

District 186 board of directors meets on...

Although members of the administration and education council of Springfield School District 186 continue to monitor COVID-19 local numbers in preparation for the return from winter break on january 10, at least one school board member would like to see student testing better. Other schools in the region are resuming classes this week after a […]