Imagine creating a new business idea-brainstorming an original concept, developing a business plan and presenting the business plan to a panel of successful venture capitalists. Now imagine doing so in less than three hours.
Is it possible for parents, teacher, and government officials to all work together to improve education? CEA President Jen Buttars believes it’s possible.
On March 2, teachers at Oakwood Elementary School celebrated Dr. Seuss’s birthday by participating in “Read Across America Day,” a nationwide reading celebration organized by the National Education Association.
Imagine working with 120 teenagers to build a fairy-tale kingdom from scratch. Together, you create a light and sound system, build a castle, and somehow teach each participant to sing and dance on cue.
Brandon Heugly is easily identifiable, not just because of the full beard, but because he has always been heavily involved in helping kids, from selling toys for kids to play with to working with them on a therapeutic level.
Wondering what makes a debate team great? According to Brighton High School debate coach Jim Hodges, sometimes it comes down to being “just that good.”
For parents, teachers and friends hoping to support a child with high-functioning autism or Asperger’s syndrome, learning the right skills and finding the best resources can be challenging.
Brighton High School’s theater department used a series of special effects in their performance of “The Giver.” The play, which ran through the end of February, is based on the best-selling book by Lois Lowry.
Children at Ridgecrest Elementary rang in the Chinese New Year during a special assembly on Feb. 22.
There are some new faces this year at Butler Elementary School. Students will see them walking the halls, playing at recess and sitting with them at lunch.