Monthly Archives: September 2014

How do you quiet your noisy classroom?

Teachers have tricks for quieting noisy classrooms. What are yours?

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Read more about charter meeting, rally in York City

Read more about a rally and meeting regarding the possibility of charter operators being brought in to run York City School District buildings.

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Former city administrator returns as William Penn assistant principal

A former York City School District administrator has returned as a high school acting assistant principal.

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York City schedules meetings with charter operators

The York City School District has three public meetings scheduled with charter operators interested in taking over district schools starting next year, an option being considered by the school board.

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ALS ice bucket challenge hits York County schools

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Corbett wants review of state standards; Rep. Grove expresses frustration

Gov. Tom Corbett announced Monday that he wants continued review of the state’s academic standards in order to “ensure that any final influence of the national Common Core State Standards is eradicated from Pennsylvania.” A news release from the state … Continue reading

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