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Romeo and Juliet Auditions - Wednesday 7th September

For the 3rd year in a row, Alperton Community School will be involved in the UK’s largest youth drama festival, Shakespeare Schools Festival! We would like to invite all students, from all year groups to audition for our adaptation of Romeo and Juli.

SEND Students Go Bowling - Monday 5th September

28 of our students who had accessed various interventions delivered by the 4 Specialist TAs: Maria, Adam Claire and Joanna were taken on a trip to a bowling alley and Pizza Hut. It was a great opportunity for the students to interact with each other.

GCSE 2016 - Best Ever Results! - Thursday 25th August

Congratulations to all our Year 11 students on producing the best set of GCSE results that we have seen. The students performed brilliantly with our overall results up by 22% in the last three years. We will post more information in the coming days.

Excellent A Level Results. again! - Thursday 18th August

Congratulations to our A Level students on an amazing set of A Level results with the highest ever number of students achieving places at Russell Group Universities. Students have been accepted onto Medicine, Dentistry, Chemical Engineering, Econom.

Slambassadors Showcase - Tuesday 12th July

We are pleased to announce that Alperton Community School received a full-house standing ovation after Neha's spoken word performance. Though she was nervous, Miss Leite and 10 other supportive students from the school helped boost morale; enough so.

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Epinor Activities

In EPINOR there are two annual events offered PhD candidates; The EPINOR Summer School and The EPINOR Annual Meeting. As a member of EPINOR it is expected that the PhD candidates participate in these two events yearly.

The EPINOR Annual Meeting

This year’s annual meeting is in Bergen on September 28th, the day after the annual NOFE Conference, which is arranged in Bergen September 26th and 27th. If you also attend the NOFE conference, you must register to that conference separately.

The EPINOR Summer School

A National Summer School will take place every year where the EPINOR students are expected to participate. The Summer School will normally be the first week of June from Monday to Friday. The Scientific topic and venue will change every year. All EPINOR students are invited to join as well as their supervisors. Another important part of the Summer School is the social activities. Students and supervisors will have joint social activities at the Summer Schools.

Summer School 2016

Tartan High School, Tarden

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Welcome to Tartan High School

Tartan High School is a high quality public high school serving approximately 1,700 students in grades nine through twelve in Oakdale, Minnesota. Our focus is to ensure exceptional learning experiences for all of our students inside the classroom and through participation in co-curricular activities. Our objectives in the end are to equip our students with the knowledge and skills to lead productive lives beyond high school.

Our academic program offers opportunities for students to complete college-level coursework and earn credit through our partnerships with the University of Minnesota, Inver Hills and Century Community Colleges. In addition, students may choose from a variety of Advanced Placement courses sponsored by the College Board beginning their freshmen year. An incredible variety of courses in the fine arts, business, humanities, technology, and world languages are also available.

Tartan High School considers the co-curricular program an important part of the high school experience and offers thirty different sports and thirty-seven other activities. Within each athletic program there are various levels of competition yielding greater student participation rates. There is also an incredible range of student activities available to appeal to a variety of student interests.

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LES--Learning Everyday to Succeed

Longest Elementary School is dedicated to producing literate, competent, responsible students who will be able to reason critically, and become functioning and productive members of the school, community and the broader society. School personnel will have high expectations for all students. A positive learning environment will be created that is conducive for students to achieve higher levels of academic performance and continue a pattern of lifelong learning.

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Longest Elementary School serves students from entry level primary up through 5th Grade. We are located in Powderly, KY, just off Highway 62, and we provide an educational home for students from a number of rural areas in Muhlenberg County. LES draws students from the northern part of the county, the Graham and Powderly communities. Our teaching staff has high expectations for our students and we work with each student to achieve the highest of standards. We care about each child and want to provide the skills they need to be successful at the next level, because we believe all children can succeed. Another major component of our successful school is our continued focus on school culture and our belief if we create a positive caring environment, students will enjoy their time at school and it will increase their levels of learning. LES will be incorporating a Positive Behavioral Instruction Plan that will help students understand what behaviors are appropriate and what they need to do on a daily basis to be successful future leaders.

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1020 North Main Street Greenville, KY 42345

Phone: 270.338.2842 Phone: 270.338.5113 Fax: 270.338.3002 Family Resource Center: 270.977.9096

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To accomplish our vision, Longest Elementary will provide a comprehensive academic program that supports literacy development, and a high quality of reading instruction for all students. School personnel, parents and community members will be partners in the ongoing progress of reading improvement. A positive learning environment will foster intellectual, social and technical skills accomplished through professional development, collaborative leadership and parental support. It is toward this end that our school motto has been established…

“Learning Every day to Succeed”

Benjamin Logan Local - Logan County, Bunolgan

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* In 2010-2011 Ohio used the Ohio Graduation Test (OGT) to test students in grade 10 in reading, writing, math, science and social studies. The OGT is a high school graduation requirement. The OGT is a standards-based test, which means it measures how well students are mastering specific skills defined by the state of Ohio. The goal is for all students to score at or above proficient on the test.

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Beloit Memorial High School, Memotal

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Beloit Memorial High School is a public, four-year comprehensive 9th - 12th grade school located in Beloit, Wisconsin. Beloit Memorial offers a modern curriculum on a 5-Block system. Our school day starts at 8:00 am and ends at 3:29 pm. Our average class size is 28 students with an enrollment of 1700 students and 130 full-time certified staff. 80% of our graduating students continue their education once leaving Beloit Memorial High School. Our Mascot is the Purple Knight and our school colors are purple & white.

The 5-Block System at Beloit Memorial High School provides educational opportunities to students in grades 9 -12 using a class schedule which consists of three 80 minute courses, a 40 minute lunch, one 40 minute course or intervention period and either one 85 minute course or two 40 minute courses. The schedule allows for increased credit opportunities, enrichment courses, study halls and intervention periods. Students can earn up to 9 credits per academic year.

Graduation Requirements:

A total of 26 (beginning 2016) credits are needed for graduation at Beloit Memorial High School with the following requirements: (A credit is a passing grade earned in a class that meets for one period a day, five days a week for one semester.)

English - 4 credits

Mathematics - 3 credits

Science - 3 credits

Social Studies - 3 credits

Physical Ed - 1.5 credits Personal Finance - .5 credits (beginning with class of 2019) Health - .5 credits Electives - 10.5 credits

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Bloxham School, Bloxan

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Bloxham School is an independent, co-educational boarding and day school for students aged 11 to 18. Situated in north Oxfordshire, Bloxham offers a rural setting whilst being easily accessible from London and the Home Counties.

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Choosing the best secondary school to suit your child’s needs can be a daunting process. Our Admissions Department are happy to advise and discuss any questions you may have regarding life and learning at Bloxham School.

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Bloxham School Parents' Information gives information that is useful for both current and prospective parents of the school, including minibus routes, uniform lists and the school calendar

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A Passion for Learning

Fostering creativity and the capacity for dynamic, independent and critical thought.

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A balanced curriculum

A challenging academic programme, complemented by a broader curriculum which inspires curiosity, rigour and ambition.

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A gold standard of care

Nurturing the well-being of all within the setting of a boarding community.

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The Development of Character

Through promotion of responsibility, generosity, resilience and imagination.

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Christian Values

Nurturing a compassionate spirit so that our students become a force for good in an ever-changing world.

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Tours of the school for parents/carers of Year 6 students will be taking place from Monday 10 October 2016 – Friday 14 October 2016 inclusive, between 9am and 10am each morning.

We have been pleased to see that the majority of our students have returned wearing exemplary uniform and we thank you for your support with this. There are, however, a significant number of students, in particular girls, who are not meeting our expectations with regard to uniform.

Congratulations to Notley High School and Braintree Sixth Form Year 11 students, who have achieved another strong set of results this summer in this year’s GCSEs; these follow very good results earlier in July and August in IB and A level exams.

Braintree Sixth Form are once again celebrating an excellent set of results. We wish all of our students the very best of luck as they go forward from Braintree Sixth Form.

We will welcome students in Years 7, 11 and 12 back to school on Tuesday 6 September 2016 and students in Years 8, 9, 10 and 13 who will return on Wednesday 7 September 2016.

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Tours of the school for parents/carers of Year 6 students will be taking place from Monday 10 October 2016 – Friday 14 October 2016 inclusive, between 9am and 10am each morning.

We have been pleased to see that the majority of our students have returned wearing exemplary uniform and we thank you for your support with this. There are, however, a significant number of students, in particular girls, who are not meeting our expectations with regard to uniform.

Congratulations to Notley High School and Braintree Sixth Form Year 11 students, who have achieved another strong set of results this summer in this year’s GCSEs; these follow very good results earlier in July and August in IB and A level exams.

Braintree Sixth Form are once again celebrating an excellent set of results. We wish all of our students the very best of luck as they go forward from Braintree Sixth Form.

We will welcome students in Years 7, 11 and 12 back to school on Tuesday 6 September 2016 and students in Years 8, 9, 10 and 13 who will return on Wednesday 7 September 2016.

All parents and carers will have received a letter about uniform expectations from September by post and by email.

Our Year 10 students have an incredibly busy time ahead of them next year, with GCSE exams and applications to be made to secure their next steps.

Over 50 students from Year 10 have been selected as prefects this year; this group includes Senior Prefects, House Captains, Deputy Head Boy and Girl and Head Boy and Girl.

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" Without meaningful social contact, talk of tolerance and cooperation is nothing but an abstraction. " --US Federal District Court Judge Nancy Gertner regarding school integration efforts

The Metco Program is a grant program funded by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. It is a voluntary program intended to expand educational opportunities, increase diversity, and reduce racial isolation, by permitting students in certain cities to attend public schools in other communities that have agreed to participate.

If you are a parent interested in the program, please contact the service provider, METCO Inc.. at (617) - 427-1545.

The Program has been in existence since 1966 and was originally funded through a grant by the Carnegie Foundation and United States Office of Education. In that year the first Metco legislation was filed, METCO Inc. was established, and seven school districts began accepting the first two hundred Metco students. Currently, there are about 3,300 students participating in 35 school districts in metropolitan Boston and at four school districts outside Springfield.

Detailed information about the history of the program, the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education's role, legislation related to the program, and other pertinent information, may be found via the links to the left.

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Admission And Registration - Epinor, Epinor

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Admission PhD students

All PhD students that want to participate in the EPINOR research school have to submit a one page registration form. This form should be submitted to your contact person at the University you are affiliated to for signature.

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New PhD students in epidemiology now have the possibility to register as an EPINOR PhD student and the student admission is ongoing. Applications will be assessed once a month. You have to be enrolled in a PhD program at one of the partner institutions to be accepted as an EPINOR student. If you have already begun your PhD degree you can still apply to be part of EPINOR. You should also note that this is a research school for PhD students within the field of population based epidemiology.

Registration of research groups

In order to build stronger national and international networks for the PhD students and supervisors of the EPINOR research school, it is important that all research groups register with EPINOR.

The purpose for research groups to register EPINOR is:

To make the research group visible in the EPINOR network

To ensure that the research group has a scientific profile that matches EPINOR

The research groups are obliged to:

Take active part in the activities arranged by EPINOR

Contribute with expertise to the EPINOR network.

The research group leader/senior scientist is responsible for:

Register the research group in EPINOR by completing the register form. The form is to be sent to the scientific coordinator and the administrative coordinator of EPINOR at Tromso University – The Arctic University of Norway (UiT).

Ensure that the PhD-student enrol in EPINOR – see own admission form

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A TV crew from National Geographic Explorer is on the Richland High School campus today (Friday) shooting video and speaking with students about what it’s like to go to school at RHS and be a Bomber. The National Geo story is focusing on the history of the Hanford site and the Manhattan Project. Yesterday, the crew toured the B Reactor. Tonight, the crew will accompany the football team to the game at Lampson Stadium in Kennewick.

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At Ellisor Elementary we are dedicated to providing a safe and highly engaging learning environment. Our staff loves kids and seeks to provide high quality lessons to meet the needs of each child. We anxiously await the opportunity to grow the relationships that have been established and anticipate new relationships yet to come. It is a tremendous privilege to lead a great staff and work with such a supportive community. We welcome you to become an active part of our campus and participate in the education of our students. Please feel free to contact me at any time: cfelinski@magnoliaisd. org

Ellisor Elementary is a Pre-Kindergarten through 5th grade campus. Pre - Kindergarten is a half day program. We offer specialized support through Life Skills, PPCD, and Inclusion classrooms. Each day is kicked off by morning assembly in the gym beginning at 8 a. m. where we meet as a campus family to honor our flags, hold a moment of silence, and provide recognition to students and staff. Students have opportunities for learning in the classroom as well as PE, music, and art. Extracurricular activities offered to students include; student council, spelling bee, UIL academics, robotics, choir, chess club, and scrabble club. Many students participate in local activities like Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, a variety of sports, and after school programs.

The mission of the Magnolia Independent School District is to provide an educational environment that will enable all students to develop essential academic skills for a lifetime of learning and to prepare students to be responsible, contributing citizens in a diverse and changing world.

Magnolia ISD is dedicated to be the best district in the State of Texas.

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Bullen Middle School - Kenosha, Wisconsin, Edulen

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KUSD will begin piloting Kajeet at Bradford, Indian Trail and Tremper high schools, as well as Bullen, Lance, Lincoln, Mahone and Washington middle schools in January 2016 . Kajeet is a mobile hotspot that offers internet usage to students at home with the same filters and protections they would have while at school. This service will be FREE for our families

Visit your school library media teacher for specific program details or kajeet. net to learn more.

Make sure to be asking your student everyday:

What are you learning today?

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Protsman Elementary School, Prosma

Conduct awesome science experiments and take them home! Experience science with your friends and have some fun at the same time! *Build a Rocket *Study human, cat and dog skeletons *Make Slime *And more! Register by October 8th to be guaranteed a Science Camp T-shirt online at https://lcschs. revtrak. net/tek9.asp? pg=products&grp=19 or mail registration/check to Lake Central High school

9/21/16 = Fall Bus Evacuation Drills (details from the Transportation Department)

9/27/16, 9/28/16, 9/29/16 = 2 nd grade to Safety Village

9/28/16 = HSA Mtg. @ 3:00 in the library

9/30/16 = HSA Walk-a-Thon Fundraiser (weather permitting)

Between Home and School

Lake Central School Coporation has added three new resources in order to improve communication between students, teachers, parents, administrators, and the community.

Below is a short summary of what each system provides for parents and students. If you need information on how to create an account, please contact the Protsman main office at 219.322.2040.

Student Information System that shows student schedules, grades, attendance, and discipline. It is also used for online registration and to pay for school lunches.

Learning Management System that shows what students are learning and doing in class each day.

A Scheduling Solution for school sponsored teams, organizations and clubs. Will be used mostly at the middle and high school level if your child participates in extracurriculars.

A - F Grade Report Click link for important information regarding individual school corporation building grades by the Department of Education.

ISP Criminal History Information Form Parent/Volunteers: Please Print Out - Fill In All Fields - Sign and return to school office or LC Admin Center.

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Please view this new information by clicking on the link below. Arrival and Dismissal car procedures

Calling ALL Volunteers - click the link below to go to the HSA Group Volunteer Page to see all active HSA events. Review the sign-ups and pick which ones work with your schedule. Check back throughout the year as new events are added. It's so easy to volunteer and it makes a BIG difference. Thanks so much!

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