A 128 page teacher’s guide – Using the newspaper as a primary resource students learn how to navigate varied test features, understand and relate to current events, learn how to make informed decisions
A 128 page teacher’s guide – Using the newspaper as a primary resource students learn how to navigate varied test features, understand and relate to current events, learn how to make informed decisions and practice valuable reading and writing skills. View Full Teacher’s Guide here:
A 4 page teacher’s guide – companion to “Born to be Wired” in the Parade Magazine e-edition Sunday 10/09/2011. Cyberspace is the world of computers. You can navigate through Cyberspace safely
A struggling national economy is pushing more and more people out of their chosen professions and into other areas of the workforce, with some landing teaching jobs in local classrooms. Though some of
CANDLER — Lake Weir High fine arts teacher Suzanne Kiefer-Shelton sat at a Smart table Wednesday and played electronic learning games with several other Marion County School District employees. She used
Fessenden Elementary School principal Anna DeWese knew a complete overhaul of the mindset of teachers, students and community was needed after the school received a D grade last summer. DeWese, along
- Vehicle strikes ambulance carrying patient to hospitalFor the second time in less than a week, a vehicle has struck an ambulance that was transporting a patient to a hospital for treatment.
- All is not well with water at woman's homeSharon Lawson had been living in her Northeast Sixth Place home for 25 years when one day last October her water well stopped working.
- Man faces more than a dozen charges after police chaseA 62-year-old man was arrested Sunday night after a car chase ended in a crash and a foot chase where a K-9 was used to arrest the man.
- Free tax help --- for now; Lack of IRS grant hurts UWUnited Way could still offer the service this year by cobbling together some other grants and using leftover supplies from 2014.
- 11 schools get share of $1.1M rewardMarion County will receive nearly $1.1 million in “School Recognition” dollars for the 2013-14 school year — about $227,000 more than the district received the year before.
- Chamber leaders see great things for Dunnellon areaThe mood was upbeat as more than 100 people gathered to recognize volunteers, thank outgoing officers and welcome a new president for the Dunnellon Area Chamber of Commerce.