Facilities

8/22/2012

8/22/2012

Plenty of Central Texas school districts are looking for new ways to stretch their education dollars, especially with a new school year starting next week. And some are going green to save.

8/22/2012

By most accounts, the Palm Beach County School District’s massive school bus system operated Monday as a much more well-oiled machine than last year and lived up to it’s motto: “safe-efficient-timely.”

8/21/2012

8/21/2012

With construction finished and occupancy certificates in hand, the Concord School District today released the estimated final costs of the three new elementary school buildings opening next week.

8/21/2012

At its regular Board meeting on July 31, 2012 the Robbinsville Board of Education unanimously approved an Energy Savings Improvement Plan (ESIP) that will permit the district to replace or repair nearly $4 million of its HVAC, mechanical controls, windows, and even portions of leaking roofs at no cost to the taxpayer.

8/20/2012

8/20/2012

Citing the need to reduce costs for hundreds of recurring school district meetings including school board, cabinet and department meetings, NJASA announced the new EduPortal e-Convene online service, which is now available to NJ school districts for a low subscription cost to its members.

8/16/2012

8/16/2012

River Oaks Elementary is a learning building in every sense of the word, and green is the overall theme. It's the first of its kind in Horry County and set to open to students next week.

8/16/2012

Six-year-old Hannah Franklin fidgeted and played with a hand-held computer game Monday while she waited outside the Minot Public School District office with her mother, Katie Franklin, to register for the start of school next week. Katie Franklin said the family moved to Minot from Colorado so her husband could take a new job. Hannah will be a first-grader at Bel Air Elementary.

8/16/2012

Despite mixed reaction from the community, and reservations from some board members, the Austin school district will continue to move forward with a plan for two single-sex middle schools.

8/14/2012

8/14/2012

The Kansas City Public Schools opened Monday with about a thousand more students than a year ago, including a full house at its new African Centered College Preparatory Academy, the district reported today.

8/10/2012

8/10/2012

After two years of construction, the final crunch is coming for the new Phoenixville Area Middle School with school staff set to move in for work Aug. 20 and the students’ first day just a week after that.

8/8/2012

8/8/2012

Many school districts across Kentucky are charging students more for lunch this year to comply with a federal mandate to offer more fresh produce.

8/7/2012

8/7/2012

While many schools across the country are doing away with physical education, the McAllen School District is putting a bigger emphasis on this subject.

8/6/2012

8/6/2012

GuideK12 is thrilled to announce that the Bucks County Intermediate Unit #22 will become a GuideK12 Authorized Service Provider in the state of Pennsylvania.

8/2/2012

8/2/2012

Black community leaders claim racism is a pervasive part of Nashville school policy and think a limited busing plan is needed.

7/31/2012

7/31/2012

GuideK12 is pleased to announce two additions to their executive leadership team, Jim Lund and Julie Fitzgerald.

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