School activities

Johnstown Safe Haven Project receives $230,000 for extracurricular activities

CAMBRIA COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ) — The 1889 Foundation announced that a $230,000 grant has been awarded to the Johnstown Safe Haven Project so they can create safe after-school and weekend activities. It is reported that the Johnstown Safe Haven Project will consist of overlapping, age-focused programs for youth presented by several non-profit organizations in the […]

School management

Teachers at Bedlington Academy in Northumberland are on strike against the school’s handling of student behavior

Teachers at a Northumberland school have gone on strike, saying harmful management practices are having a negative impact on their health and wellbeing. Members of NASUWT – the teachers’ union – began the first of a fortnight strike on Tuesday over what they call “adverse management practices” at Bedlington Academy. The union also claims that […]

School activities

The council said the vaccine requirement for school activities to become illegal

WARWICK SMITH / Stuff Vaccine requirements are expected to be illegal for school activities in public facilities from mid-March. Invercargill City Council has been told that vaccine requirements for school activities in public places will be made illegal in the coming weeks. In December, the council voted to introduce a policy requiring anyone over the […]

School programs

Pamplin Media Group – Poster Contest Promoting Washington County Afterschool Programs

Washington County Kids’ first-ever contest will feature child labor on TriMet buses and at bus stops. TriMet buses and bus stop benches will receive new decoration next month, thanks to local school children who entered the Washington County Children’s Poster Contest. This is the first time this event has taken place and is intended to […]

School subjects

“It’s criminal!” Parents fear Malaysian school subjects are too difficult for children to learn

Subscribe to our Telegram channel for the latest stories and updates. Education is a fundamental human right that gives us the ability to progress and opportunities to rise from disparity. But what happens when acquiring knowledge becomes too difficult? This was the question asked by parents who felt that their children’s curriculum and curriculum was […]

School activities

When after-school activities become too much for kids

Parents want the best for their children, and that can mean different things to different people. For some it means doing well academically in school, for others it means always being kind and generous. For some, that means their child is still successful and has a long resume full of things they’ve done. Some mothers […]

School programs

United Way receives grant to support after-school programs in Haverhill, Methuen, Lawrence

United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley will work with Haverhill, Methuen and Lawrence, among other economically disadvantaged communities, to provide support for after-school and out-of-school programs, representing an opportunity for recovery of impacts on student learning caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The agency received a $4.5 million grant from the Massachusetts Department of […]

School programs

COVID Spike has after-school programs demanding better collaboration with partners

As public and public charter schools in the district continue to solidify COVID-19 mitigation strategies in the new year, several extracurricular partners continue to demand that school leaders maintain communication and transparency on cases to ensure the safety of volunteers conducting after-school activities. programming. In recent weeks, the rise of the omicron variant has further […]

School programs

The ROCK will offer after-school programs at Meridian Junior High

Meridian Public Schools and the ROCK Center for Youth Development are partnering to provide students in the area with positive, quality opportunities. The new opportunity brings The ROCK’s engaging and time-tested after-school program to Meridian Junior High starting January 24. Meridian Public Schools aspires to a future where all students leave high school ready for […]

School loan

TheDream.US and Social Finance create first-of-its-kind loan fund to help dreamers attend higher school

New Pilot Will Support Dreamers Seeking Economic Mobility WASHINGTON & BOSTON, September 23, 2021–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today, TheDream.US and Social Finance announced a $100 million college loan pilot program for recipients of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Protected Status (TPS) who wish to pursue vocational studies but cannot access public loan programs due to their […]

School programs

Boo2Bullying’s 3rd Annual Boo Ball to Benefit School Programs

Local non-profit association Boo2Bullying (B2B) will hold its 3rd annual Boo Ball at the Palm Springs Air Museum on Saturday, October 30 from 6-10 p.m. Tickets are on sale now for $125 at https://bit.ly/3m0NZKV. The event will feature surprise celebrities as well as musical performances by Jamie Miller from The Voice UK, jack griffo and […]

School programs

River Music Experience brings the power of music to after-school programs with “InTune”

Music is a powerful force in many people’s lives, and the Davenport-based company River music experience brings that power to after-school programs in a new educational effort. The “InTune” program – which launched this week – is rooted in “the belief that music is a powerful way to get allowed with our identities, build trust, […]

School programs

Kids Can expands elementary and middle school after-school programs

This semester, Kids Can is excited to partner with NMSU STEM Outreach Center, Las Cruces Public Schools, Gadsden Independent School District, and Hatch Valley Schools. We share our newly created program with certified teachers and educational assistants throughout Doña Ana County and ask them to facilitate our after-school programs with the support of our amazing […]

School programs

Offering after-school programs and open labs, DSU opens new STEM K-12 outreach center – St George News

ST. GEORGE — Offering hands-on learning opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math, Dixie State University’s K-12 STEM Outreach Center officially opened Thursday after a ribbon-cutting ceremony held at Atwood Innovation Plaza . Outreach Center staff and university administration surround a young woman from STEM programs who was invited to cut the ribbon during Thursday’s […]