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Senate Education Committee votes "Ought to Pass" with amendment on HB 323, adding flexibility to the federally mandated assessment program

The Senate Education Committee voted 4-1 “Ought to Pass as Amended” on HB 323.  The bill would alter the statewide assessment program, providing for locally managed assessments where federally approved.   130 more words




So we took the weekend off from walking – which I think did wonders for my foot. The pain was there slightly for a little while but then subsided.   312 more words

Building Up Endurance And Strength

*Weekly mileage x 2*

Mileage for the week of April 13th – April 12th

Total weekly mileage: 20.5

Total April mileage (to-date): 115.25

Total year-to-date (2015) mileage: 805.25

Run review: 253 more words

Small Towns

Yesterday, my family and I visited South Pittsburg, TN (yes, no “H” at the end) to attend the National Cornbread Festival. It was a great festival full of great food, games, events, and more. 335 more words


Two Sixes

This is the tale of the two sixes. I’m combining two different six mile runs in this post because they were so wildly different. I have a wonky and a wow. 669 more words


Psalm 22 & Treading Water

by Joe Greemore

Scripture Reading: Psalm 22:26-27, 30-31 (The Voice)
“Those who are suffering will eat and be nourished; those who seek Him will praise the Eternal. 885 more words

Family Liturgies

Return Home

By Jordan Ilagan

With the end of PCN comes a mix of emotions. Bittersweet tears of pride, happiness, relief, blend in with sadness and longing. The return to the “Pre-­PCN” life is a shock unlike anything else, especially after the long hours of practice that come with the infamous “PCN Hell Week.” As one of the script­writers that worked from August to the end of November to create Kapit Kamay, I say thank you. 446 more words