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Culinary students place first at nationals

The Olathe Public Schools 21st Century Culinary Arts program, housed at Olathe North High School, placed first in the nation at the National ProStart Invitational in Anaheim, Calif. 121 more words

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School district volunteers worth every cent!

Volunteers are a huge part of the district’s success. They can be found helping in classrooms across the district, as well as lending a hand to support staff in many different offices. 263 more words

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Second-graders invade North to study Geosciences

A decade ago, the 21st Century Geosciences program at Olathe North High School began hosting district second-graders as a way to get elementary school students excited about sea life, fossils and dinosaurs. 222 more words

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Moray Council Class Size Increase

Moray Council made a decision to increase primary 2 and 3 class sizes for two full school sessions, on the 4th of March.

The council voted to increase the number of pupils in primary 2 and 3 classes in the area from 25 to 30.  640 more words

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Brownback proposes expenditure reduction of $72 million

From CJ Online

By Tim Carpenter

timothy.carpenter@cjonline.com

Gov. Sam Brownback submitted a budget amendment to the Legislature on Thursday to reduce state general fund expenditures by $72 million and ease the burden of producing balanced budgets in the next two fiscal years. 176 more words

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The Writer's Manifesto - Stop Writing to Be Read & Adored

“Writers don’t write to get published.
They write for another reason.
This is the first and only lesson every writer must learn.

Real writers don’t write for recognition. 33 more words

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Big part of Brownback's budget plan is in trouble

By John Hana
Associated Press

An $80 million piece of Republican Gov. Sam Brownback’s plan for balancing Kansas’ next budget is in trouble because a major health insurance company opposes it. 129 more words

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