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22 apply for high school principal job
HAMILTON-WENHAM — Twenty-two candidates have applied to become the next principal of Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School. Superintendent Raleigh Buchanan, superintendent of the regional school district, said the search committee aims to begin interviewing finalists within the next week.

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High school roundup: Harris County nips LaGrange on walk-off homer
HAMILTON, Ga. — In extra innings, Harris County prevailed 10-9 Saturday over LaGrange as Andrew Fears led off the bottom of the ninth with a walk-off home run.

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Malibu High School sports wrap (Oct. 25-Oct. 29)
Boys water polo: The team went undefeated for the week, with easy victories against Villanova and Carpenteria. With these two wins, the boys capped off an undefeated season in league play. Seniors Ryan Brown and Kris Kaliakin led the Sharks, who have only lost one game this year. Next for the Sharks are games against Arroyo Grande and Santa Monica in what are their last two matches of the …

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High School Roundup 10.14

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High school scoreboard
Soccer St. Joseph 1, Marshall 0 Halftime – St. Joseph 1-0. Goal – Isaac Hernandez. Assist – Kevin Chaddock. Saves – Evan Hampton (SJ) 8, Sean Murphy (M) 8. Shots – St. Joseph 13, Marshall 11. Record – St. Joseph 7-5-1. Sturgis 2, Lakeshore 1 Halftime – Lakeshore 1-0. Goals – Lakeshore: AJ Lehmann. Sturgis: Alvaro Cardiel, own goal.

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HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP: Jeff tennis defeats Creek 3-2 despite Perkins’ upset
Silver Creek’s No. 1 tennis singles player Jacob Perkins upset Jeffersonville’s Patrick Elliott, 6-1, 6-4, but the 11th-ranked Red Devils prevailed 3-2 in the contest between Clark Counties top two boys’ tennis program.  

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Central High named one of America’s best high schools
For the third consecutive year, Newsweek magazine has named Central High to its 2010 America’s Best High Schools list.

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  • ISBN13: 9781600651007
  • Condition: NEW
  • Notes: Brand New from Publisher. No Remainder Mark.

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Chandra Byers is a homeschooling mother of six, and David Byers has a Ph.D. in education and teaches education at the college level. Their oldest is now attending college on a scholarship, after having been homeschooled all her life. With their combination of experience and expertise, they show us how parents can continue to homeschool their children through high school in subjects for which they are not experts. Not only that, but they demonstrate how these home-ta… More >>

College-Prep Homeschooling: Your Complete Guide to Homeschooling Through High School

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  • Students will learn to read and spell common, simple words that lack a predictable spelling pattern They also can add new words to the blank magnets, which are included
  • Contents: Portable Magnet Board, 26 Letter Magnets, 94 Word Magnets, 11 Blank Magnets, Magnet Storage Board, Activity Guide, Reusable Storage Pouch
  • 17″ x 13″ Board is a Convenient, Portable Size
  • Includes Magnet Board to organize magnets and store when not in use
  • Made in the USA

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Features: -High – frequency words magnetic word wall set. -Students will learn to read and spell common, simple words that lack a predictable spelling pattern. -Add new words to the blank magnets, which are included. -Convenient, portable size. -Includes magnet board to organize magnets and store when not in use. -Storage pouch to help keep everything together. -Grades K-3. -Ages 4 and up. Specifications: -Overall dimensions: 13.5” H x 18” W x 0.5” D. -Board dime… More >>

Smethport Tabletop Word Walls High Frequency Words Level 1

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