Sherry McArthur, a former Augusta crossing guard doesn't care that she's no longer getting paid to keep kids safe. She says she has a responsibility to the students and their parents and so she's going to continue showing up for work.
Congratulations to Inga Zimba, a 5th grader from Albert S. Hall School in Waterville. Google has announced that she is one of the 50 state winners in its seventh annual 'Doodle 4 Google' competition. It's a contest open to K-12 students across the United States to redesign the Google logo inspired by the theme “If I could invent one thing to make the world a better place...” Inga joined us on the
Just a click and a vote can help a local school make $25, 000 in funding courtesy of U.S. Cellular, who's giving away $500, 000 in all to schools across the United States. There are a bunch of Maine schools in the running...
Schools in RSU 19, which is composed of Corinna, Dixmont, Etna, Hartland, Newport, Palmyra, Plymouth and St. Albans have been on alert all day today (Nov. 15) after a caller to the Walmart in Palmyra said he needed a gun "for school."
I am not writing this to tell you how to vote by any means, but to say how important this is to you if you live in Auburn (or any other town for that matter.) Tomorrow, Auburn votes on the school budget. The city is looking for a 6.9% increase over last year to make the budget for the 2013-2014 school year $38.4 million. The state is supplying a little over $760,000, but it would mean an increase
David Fabrizio, the principal at Ipswich Middle School (Massachusetts) is being criticized for canceling 'Honors Night' at the school. He told MyFoxBoston.com that the evening could be "devastating to a child who has worked extremely hard in a difficult class but who, despite growth, has not been able to maintain a high grade-point average."
Parents were scared as word spread about a lockdown at Mill Stream Elementary School in Norridgewock, Monday March 4th. Over 100 parents crowded around a police perimeter and waited to hear news from inside the school.
A proposed bill would allow teachers and other school employees to carry concealed firearms in school. As you might guess, the bill raised questions among legislative leaders. First of all it would not be mandatory.