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Last Updated: Nov 03, 2017 03:12PM • Subscribe via RSSATOM


Cross-country course work

A Riverton family takes their daughters’ education on the road for a yearlong tour of the country.

Teachers who go to the extreme

Teachers go to the extreme to help students in need—from using their bridal registry to provide coats for students to entering a boxing ring to collect canned goods.

$10,000 donated to kick-off schoolwide book club

The McBride Foundation donates $10,000 to enhance 59-year-old library and sponsor schoolwide book club.

Extra! Extra! Experience in journalism

Journalism student gains extra training from experts in the field.

High-tech camp prepares incoming seventh-graders

STEM Camp provides incoming seventh-graders with summer fun and learning.

Cure for the tedious science class

Local theater company specializes in math and science parodies.

Woodworking wonder woman

Woodworking student wins top state and national prizes

Kids get down to business

Monthly Kids Market is exclusively for young entrepreneurs.

Teens take time to tutor

Middle schoolers are academic and social role models for younger students.

Students learn to say no to gangs

Students are being taught the dangers of joining gangs and are learning the skills to avoid them.

 

 

 

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