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‘Teach children how to spot signs of sexual abuse, says Chiwenga.

Children must be taught signs of sexual abuse and assault and how to report any form of abuse immediately so the perpetrators can be caught and the children become safe, Acting President Constantino Chiwenga has said. Officiating at the national primary schools Jikinya Dance Festival in Gweru yesterday, he said what was worrying was that …

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HVAC program teaches new skills | News, Sports, Jobs

ABOVE: HVAC instructor Adam Carstensen with a piece of practice equipment in the new HVAC and plumbing lab at Fairmont High School. FAIRMONT– Fairmont High School is currently teaching the first introductory course in its new HVAC program. The program utilizes the high school’s new vocational center and is one of the first programs of …

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Students prepare for event | News, Sports, Jobs

Minot State University’s Janna McKechnie and students Janie Wunderlich and Hannah Pederson spent Friday evening passing out candy canes in downtown Minot to promote the KMSU Auction. The Minot State University Professional Communication Department is hosting the 24th annual KMSU Auction on Dec. 1 at 6:30 pm. There are various ways to watch the annual …

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Lakeview students show gratitude | News, Sports, Jobs

From left, Lakeview Middle School sixth-grade special education teacher and Junior Beta Club adviser Emily Ramey, twin seventh-graders Corbin and Abbie Raptis, 12, and Lakeview custodian Matthew Miller pose in front of a sign thanking Lakeview’s custodians. Abbie and Corbin, both Junior Beta Club members, are among about 14 students who made signs and wrote …

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Vermilion Advantage Graduates “Leadership Tomorrow” Class

THE FOLLOWING IS A VERMILION ADVANTAGE RELEASE Friday, November 18th was the last meeting and graduation of Vermilion Advantage’s 33rd Leadership Tomorrow Class! Vermilion Advantage President/CEO, Tim Dudley, says, “Congrats to all the participants and their mentors for a job well done. It’s your time to shine and makeDanville/Vermilion County a better place!” Leadership Tomorrow, …

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Education Minister praises Shenton College after award for excellence in school leadership

School leadership at Shenton College is in the spotlight after the school took out a prestigious WA Education Award. Shenton College received the Excellence in School Leadership Award — along with a $10,000 prize — in recognition of its inclusive approach to fostering leadership at all levels. Shenton College principal Mike Morgan said the school …

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Girrawheen Senior High School wins Excellence in Teaching and Learning Award at WA Education Awards

The unique programs offered at Girrawheen Senior High School will be bolstered by a $10,000 prize on the back of a big win at this year’s WA Education Awards. Girrawheen was awarded the Excellence in Teaching and Learning Award for its array of specialist programs across sport, dance, visual arts, media and STEM that have …

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St. C. band students to perform in Macy’s Parade | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo Provided St. Clairsville High School band students Casey Kadylak, left, and Rowan Flanagan prepare to head to New York to play in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on Nov. 25. They are among more than 220 band members across the country selected to perform. with the Great American Marching Band. ST. CLAIRSVILLE — You …

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Alternative learning center proposal takes step forward | News, Sports, Jobs

MARSHALL — A proposal to turn a building on the campus of Southwest Minnesota State University into an alternative learning center took an important step forward last week. The board of trustees of the Minnesota State system of colleges and universities gave its approval for the building to be leased out. After hearing the news, …

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