Extractions: Politics: Rebuilding Baghdad: Robert Dreyfuss on how the Pentagon plans to dominate postwar Iraq. Ugly Americanism: Robert Kuttner on the Wolfowitz Doctrine. British Invasion: Niall O Dochartaigh on what Belfast can teach our allies about occupying Basra. Stated Intentions: From medical-marijuana legalization on down, the White House has an ironic habit of meddling in state affairs. Eli Kintisch reports. Republican Railroad: Mary Lynn F. Jones on GOP efforts to steamroll legislation through Congress. Rupert Redux: Michael Tomasky on how Rupert Murdoch continues to take advantage of "reasonable" Democrats. The Fakeout: Garance Franke-Ruta on why Bush's AIDS package is mostly empty rhetoric. Lightning Twice: Mary Lynn F. Jones on why Bush will be a one-term president, just like his father. Beyond Left and Right: Robert Kuttner provides a guide for the unwary. Money Matters: Mary Lynn F. Jones on why not to celebrate Edwards' fundraising prowess yet. Send a letter to the editor Magic Wanda: Noy Thrupkaew wonders whether FOX will let a talented comedian cast her spell.
Parochial parochial schools of pennsylvania. Click on schools to enter their websites http://www.parochial.com/pennsylvania/list.html
Parochial School Directory Monday September 29, 1997 Edition. Learning. parochial schools Out of Cities, Into the Suburbs Earlier this month, Roman Catholic schools in pennsylvania and New Jersey faced an http://www.parochial.com/
DEPARTMENT OF GREEK EDUCATION - PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS Greek Orthodox parochial day schools maintain nurseries, pre 140 D. and G. Kaloidisparochial School of 20022003 enrollment 479 pennsylvania Three Hierarchs http://www.goarch.org/en/archdiocese/departments/greekeducation/parochial.asp
Extractions: There are 23 Greek Orthodox parochial day schools functioning in the United States with an enrollment of 4,370 students for the current school year 2002-2003. Greek Orthodox parochial day schools maintain nurseries, pre-school centers, kindergartens, elementary and secondary grades and adhere to local and state-mandated curricula. There are, however, those that exclusively offer early childhood programs. For information on how to establish an early childhood program within the framework of a parish, please contact the Archdiocesan Office of Education at (212) 774-3553. ALABAMA
Web66: International School Web Registry parochial schools. Elementary schools 423. 1. Abrams Hebrew Academy Yardley, pennsylvania USA. 2. Academy of the Sacred http://web66.coled.umn.edu/Schools/Lists/Parochial.html
Clarion County, Pennsylvania, Genealogy & History 1887 Schools FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH Vouchers for parochial school no sin BY MATTHEW MILLER For fifthgraders at San Raphael school in South Central Los Angeles, the topic was biology. The teacher looked out at 30 eager black and Latino faces. If parents make that choice, vouchers for parochial schools are no sin. Front page for this issue pennsylvania Current home page http://www.pa-roots.com/~clarion/books/davis/schools.html
Extractions: Contents The early schools of the county have been adverted to in other parts of this volume, and we shall endeavor to avoid repetitions. The first settlers were sturdy and industrious pioneers, but they brought with them from their former homes ideas of progress and culture, and within a year from the time the first community was fairly settled in the new forest home, a school-house was erected, and in 1803 Gabriel Glenn was duly installed therein as teacher. This was within the territory now embraced in Clarion township. Other settlements followed, and with equal promptitude school-house and place of worship were provided, sometimes in the same building, though not unfrequently the school was held in the house of some settler, where the children of the community could learn the rudiments of an English education. Schools were established in the territory now included in the townships of Beaver, Elk, Farmington, Licking, Limestone, Madison, Monroe, Paint, and Toby between 1805 and 1815. The first school-house in Richland township was erected about 1817 or 1818. The
The Roman Catholic Diocese Of Erie Information about liturgies, parochial schools and other educational resources, charities, upcoming events, and listings of parishes and schools in each of the counties in the diocese. http://www.eriercd.org/
Extractions: FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH BY MATTHEW MILLER For fifth-graders at San Raphael school in South Central Los Angeles, the topic was biology. The teacher looked out at 30 eager black and Latino faces. Now came the tough part. What about the Bible vs. Darwin? The kids were ready. Is the use of public money at such schools more offensive than the status quo? Matthew Miller is a senior fellow at the Annenberg Public Policy Center and a contributor to The New Republic. Front page for this issue Pennsylvania Current home page
Extractions: Last books read - "Nearly Everybody Read It: Snapshots of the Philadelphia Bulletin"; "A Prayer for the City"; "South Philadelphia: Mummers, Memories and the Melrose Diner." BY LIBBY ROSOF When John McGuire, 37, decided he needed to find himself, a pilgrimage to Tibet wasn't an option. So he became involved with his church, St. Anthony of Padua, on Grays Ferry Avenue. Involvement led to five years of meetings - within his parish and with a committee planning for the parishes at the west end of South Philadelphia. The first big outcome of their deliberations, announced earlier this month, was the closing of two Grays Ferry parochial schools. A lot of parents are angry with John McGuire. Q.
Pennsylvania pennsylvania. Now select from the following list Adams County. Allegheny County (parochial schools). Allegheny County http://www.mmhschool.com/sales/pa3.html
Extractions: Public school, or private? Private, or parochial? Charter, or cyber charter? How about a magnet school, a boarding school or even home-schooling? A sprawling marketplace of options in kindergarten to 12th-grade education has emerged in the region. Parents can choose from institutions steeped in tradition or schools so new the lawns have yet to be seeded. They can pick a school that is free because it is public or free because it is a charter and the local school district must pick up the tuition. And schools, both public and private, are learning to hone a competitive edge. Across the region, private schools report that applications remain strong even in a weakened economy. Still, officials say, they are not resting on laurels or on ivy-covered walls; fund-raising goes on year-round to pay for upgrades and new construction. The all-boys' Haverford School has a new sports arena. So does Valley Forge Military Academy in Wayne. Construction is on the calendar at the all-girls' Springside School in Chestnut Hill.
Extractions: Vocational Schools Parochial Schools ... Private Schools Avon Grove School District . 610-869-2441 Penn, New London, Franklin, London Britain and London Grove Coatesville School District . 610-383-7900 West Caln, West Brandywine, Caln, East Fallowfield and Sadsbury Downingtown Area School District . 610-269-8460 Wallace, Upper Uwchlan, West Pikeland, Uwchlan, West Caln, West Bradford, and East Brandywine Great Valley School District . 610-889-2100 Charlestown, East Whiteland, Willistown and the Borough of Malvern. Kennett Consolidated School District . 610-444-6600 Kennett and New Garden Octorara School District . 610-593-8213 West Sadsbury, Highland, Londonderry and West Fallowfield Owen J. Roberts School District Oxford Area School District Phoenixville Area School District . 610-983-8861 East Pikeland and Schuylkill Tredyffrin/Easttown School District . 610-644-6600 Tredyffrin and Easttown Unionville-Chadds Ford School District West Chester School District *Students from Honey Brook, Elverson and West Nantmeal are served by the Twin Valley School District of Berks County; students from Spring City are served by the Spring-Ford School District of Montgomery County.
Extractions: Office: Direct: Toll free: Fax: Pat@PatSellsChesterCounty.com Below are the public school districts I serve organized by counties, school districts and townships or boroughs. For additional information, click on the italicized school district name which will link you directly to the district web site.
State Regulation Of Private Schools: Pennsylvania schools may join the pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association for athleticcompetition. 24 Pa. Cons. Stat. § 5511(b.1). Private and parochial school http://www.ed.gov/pubs/RegPrivSchl/pennsylv.html
Extractions: State Regulation of Private Schools - June 2000 Pennsylvania Registration/Licensing/Accreditation: Recordkeeping/Reports: Length of School Year/Day: Teacher Certification: Instruction in English: Discrimination: Curriculum: Special Education: All Pennsylvania private and nonpublic schools may offer special education programs. Such programs do not come under federal or state special education due process procedures. Health: Safety: Transportation: Public Aid for Private Schools/Private School Students: The Pennsylvania Constitution prohibits any appropriation of money raised for the public schools to a sectarian school. Pennsylvania Const. Art. 3, Sec. 15. In addition, appropriations to educational institutions not under the absolute control of the Commonwealth, other than teacher training schools, are prohibited unless passed by two-thirds of all the members elected to each House. Pennsylvania Const. Art. 3, Sec. 30. Miscellaneous: Home Education Programs: The supervisor of the home education program shall maintain a portfolio of records and materials, including a log of time spent, title of reading materials and samples of writings, worksheets, workbooks or creative materials used or developed by the child and results of standardized tests in grades 3, 5, and 8 with an evaluation of the student's education progress by a licensed clinical or school psychologist or a certified teacher with two years experience or a nonpublic school teacher or administrator with two years experience in the last 10 and provide it to the superintendent annually by June 30 or as requested in writing.
State Regulation Of Private Schools - Oregon Representatives of private and parochial schools serve on the regulations to promotedisease control in schools. Oklahoma Table of Contents pennsylvania. http://www.ed.gov/pubs/RegPrivSchl/oregon.html
Extractions: State Regulation of Private Schools - June 2000 Oregon's constitution prohibits state appropriations for the benefit of any religious institution. Ore. Const. Art. 1, Sec. 5. Registration/Licensing/Accreditation: Private schools must be approved for the public placement of students for special education services. OAR 581-15-126. Recordkeeping/Reports: Length of School Year/Day: Instruction in English: Teacher Certification: Teachers at registered private schools may demonstrate their qualifications by: 1) possessing a current teaching license; 2) teaching at least half time in the subject field in which the bachelor's degree was obtained while actively working toward an Oregon teaching certificate; or 3) possess relevant verifiable experience consistent with the educational goals of the school and the Department of Education. Or. Admin. R. 581-45-530. Curriculum: See Safety Fire and Earthquake Instruction. Special Education: School districts must make available special education designed to meet the needs of resident handicapped children in private schools. Such special education must not be provided in the private school. School districts must provide such children with genuine opportunities for equitable participation in special education consistent with the number of children and their needs. Or. Admin. R. 581-15-166 (1978). Private educational agencies furnishing special education to handicapped children pursuant to a contract with a public agency must have on file with the Oregon Department of Education a plan approved for the special education programs. The plan must 1) describe the population to be served and the instructional services to be provided; 2) include a staff roster indicating name, instructional qualification, and assignment of all special education personnel employed by the private educational agency; 3) describe facilities, equipment and materials to be furnished and utilized; 4) document compliance with state and local health, fire and safety standards; and 4) meet additional minimum standards set out by regulation. Or. Admin. R. 581-15-126 (1978).
1. Adams County Pennsylvania Schools parochial schools Immaculate Conception Elementary New Oxford, PA, S091ICNewOx@hbgdiocese.org.Annunciation BVM Elementary McSherrystown, PA, www.abvmschool.org. http://www.cbbigham.com/schools.htm
Extractions: ADAMS COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICTS Public Schools Bermudian Springs School District www.bermudian.k12.pa.us Conewago Valley School District www.conewago.k12.pa.us Fairfield Area School District www.fairfieldpaschools.org Gettysburg Area School District www.gettysburg.k12.pa.us Littlestown Area School District www.lasd.k12.pa.us Upper Adams School District www.uasd.k12.pa.us Parochial Schools Immaculate Conception Elementary New Oxford, PA S091ICNewOx@hbgdiocese.org Annunciation B.V.M. Elementary McSherrystown, PA www.abvmschool.org Saint Francis Xavier Elementary Gettysburg, PA www.sfxs.org Delone Catholic High School McSherrystown, PA SDelone@hbgdiocese.org Additional information regarding parochial schools in Adams County can be obtained by going to the Harrisburg Diocese web site at www.dioceseofharrisburg.org/adminindex.html and clicking on the education link. Private Schools We are currently generating a list of private schools and their web links. Please feel free to bookmark this page and stop back frequently. Coldwell Banker, America's premier real estate company, was founded in 1906. For more than 90 years the COLDWELL BANKER organization has been the premier provider of real estate services. Coldwell Banker Real Estate Corporation, a subsidiary of Cendant Corporation (NYSE: CD), franchises nearly 3,000 independently owned and operated real estate offices with more than 70,000 sales associates throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean, Israel and Singapore. The company is an industry leader in residential real estate, luxury and resort home sales and commercial real estate through its COLDWELL BANKER COMMERCIAL division.
Parochial School to parochial schools, which they viewed as better than the neighborhood public schoolsin Erie. Ridge has supported providing more money for the pennsylvania http://www.goerie.com/risingson/parochial_school.html
Clean Water Action: Pennsylvania If your children attend public schools in pennsylvania (the law does not apply toprivate or parochial schools) we encourage you to write to the Superintendent http://www.cleanwateraction.org/pa/
Extractions: Pennsylvania Get Notified! Find out if your children's school is spraying chemical pesticides To protect school children, teachers and staff from dangerous chemical pesticides in Pennsylvania schools, CWA is now working to make sure the Pesticide Notification Act is fully implemented in all schools. Studies have shown that many of the pesticides used in schools can have both short and long term effects including: Headaches Nausea and Diarrhea Cancer Birth defects The Pesticide Notification Act, passed in April 2002, will reduce childrens exposure to pesticides by requiring all public schools to: Adopt the use of Integrated Pest Management (IPM), the least toxic way to control pests. Prohibit pesticide applications when students are present in the school building or on the school grounds for seven hours Give parents who request it advance notification of pesticide applications in school buildings or on school grounds. The law will take effect January 1, 2003, and that means schools are planning now to implement it. The law states that schools have the option to notify either all parents of pesticide application or just parents who request to be notified. We believe that the most effective way to protect children is for schools to notify all parents. When parents know when chemical pesticides will be applied, they have the option of keeping their children away from class that day to reduce their exposure to harmful chemicals.
Extractions: Bus #27 Route #49 begins at Melody and Shara at 7:30 a.m. and stops at 1234 Muldowney, 1116 Anborn Ave. and St. Agnes School. Bus #49 returns to the above stops at 2;35 p.m. Bus #37 Bus #31 Bus #31 returns to the above stops at 3 p.m. Bus #41 begins at 517 Curry Hollow Rd. at 7:43 a.m. and arrives at St. Elizabeth. Bus #41 returns to the above stop at 2:55 p.m. St. Elizabeth A.M. Kindergarten Bus #11 Bus #25 Bus #25 returns to the above stops at 2:10 p.m.