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
“The wheels on the bus go ‘round and ‘round,” sang Howard Bishop Middle School teachers on Tuesday. Howard Bishop Middle School Bus Tour to Meet Students The wheels on their school bus took them
In the LeFave household, there’s a budget for electricity, groceries — and Maria LeFave’s ninth-grade classroom at Eastside High School. LeFave said she spends about $800 of her own money
Retailers are gearing up for what is expected to be the biggest shopping weekend of the year before the winter holidays as parents and students stock up for school during the tax holiday on clothes and
- Choruses blend their voices to create holiday joyTwo longtime Gainesville choruses joined together on Sunday for a two-hour concert and some friendly holiday banter.
- Renovations will close downtown plaza for yearThe Bo Diddley Community Plaza will undergo significant renovations next year, which means the Union Street Farmers Market and other events typically held there must find new homes downtown until the plaza reopens.
- Newberry's Champions Park getting into the swing of thingsWith 100 teams in town for a youth baseball tournament, Newberry Mayor Bill Conrad visited Backyard Bar-B-Q and the Red Wok Buffet.
- Missing beer led to stabbing with keys, police sayA Gainesville woman was arrested Saturday evening after police said she stabbed a friend with a set of keys during an argument about beer.
- Dueling views on De SotoHernando De Soto left a trail of violence and hostilities as he made his way through Marion and Alachua counties during his 16th century quest for gold and fame.
- Suicide vigils are helping survivorsSurvivors often feel isolated, guilty and confused, and they tend to question what they could have done differently to prevent the person from having taken their own life.