- Honor Roll -- Northeast Middle/Senior High School Northeast Middle/Senior High School has released its second semester honor roll: * denotes straight A Seventh Grade Keaton Bormann, Keenan Bredekamp, Faith Brown, *Jarrett Brown, Logan Butler, *Ty Cain, *Payton Claussen, Jalyn Cooper, Julian Creger,
- Education briefs Spring Lake STORM LAKE -- Alyssa Stout, from Goose Lake, was named to the Dean's List for the Spring 2014 semester at Buena Vista University. Students named to the Dean's List must have a minimum grade point average of 3.5 for the semester, based on
Quinn signs Illinois early education law
Gov. Pat Quinn has signed a plan into law that guarantees a higher percentage of state grant money be set aside for early education.
The state's $300 million Early Education Block Grant program is geared toward children up to age 5.
Superintendent Deb Olson receives 2.5 percent raise
CLINTON -- The Clinton School Board approved a new three-year contract for superintendent Deb Olson, one that she said will provide her assurance and stability. She will make $160,379 in the 2014-2015 school year, a 2.5-percent increase from this yea
- UPDATED: School board names new Clinton High principal
UPDATED: District rehires recently terminated teacher
Melissa Luckritz, who was terminated for budget reasons last month, will teach third grade at Whittier Elementary.
- Honor Roll -- Camanache High School Here is the second semester honor roll for Camanche High School: FRESHMEN - High Honor Roll 3.5 to 4.0 Cade Borrison, Tristan Connell, Krystal Dean, Page Edens, Noah Everson, David Gonzalez, Hampton Grim, Megan Hoffmann, Brooke Keil, Claire Kiester,
Iowa State president given raise, 5-year contract
Iowa State University President Steven Leath received a $33,000 annual raise and a new five-year contract Thursday, in a show of support for his leadership from the school's governing board.
School's out for summer
As the last bell rang and the doors flew open at Eagle Heights Elementary School on Thursday, students of all ages emerged with the proclamation of freedom.
Playground hours cut
CLINTON -- Deb Olson doesn't want anyone to get hurt on Clinton School District property. As the Clinton School District's superintendent, Olson doesan't want criminal activity on the district's property, either. Olson said that because of a few inc
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