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'not a drill': students hid in new mexico school classrooms as shooter kills 2


students hid in their classrooms, some behind locked doors or in closets, as a gunman opened fire thursday inside a new mexico high school, killing two classmates before he died.authorities and other officials in the small town of aztec near the colorado border have released few details other than to say the two victims attended aztec high school. they have yet to release their names or identify the shooter.no other injuries were reported, and it was not clear if the shooter died by suicide or was killed by police.bryn divine, a senior, said she was sitting at her desk in her history class when she heard gunshots erupt down the hall. at first, it sounded as if someone was swinging a metal baseball bat against the lockers.then she heard an announcer over the school intercom tell students: "






'not a drill': students hid in classrooms as shooter kills 2


aztec, n.m. — students hid in their classrooms, some behind locked doors or in closets, as a gunman opened fire thursday inside a new mexico high school, killing two classmates before he died.authorities and other officials in the small town of aztec near the colorado border have released few details other than to say the two victims attended aztec high school. they have yet to release their names or identify the shooter.no other injuries were reported, and it was not clear if the shooter died by suicide or was killed by police.bryn divine, a senior, said she was sitting at her desk in her history class when she heard gunshots erupt down the hall. at first, it sounded as if someone was swinging a metal baseball bat against the lockers.then she heard an announcer over the school intercom te






students hid in classrooms during new mexico school shooting that left 3 dead


students hid in their classrooms, some behind locked doors or in closets, as a gunman opened fire thursday inside a new mexico high school, killing two classmates before he ended up dead.authorities and other officials in the small town of aztec near the colorado border have released few details other than to say the shooter and two victims attended aztec high school.no other injuries were reported, and it was not clear if the shooter died by suicide or was killed by police.bryn divine, a senior, said she was sitting at her desk in her history class when she heard gunshots erupt down the hall. at first, it sounded as if someone was swinging a metal baseball bat against the lockers.then she heard an announcer over the school intercom tell students: "this is not a drill.""i stayed in my desk






students hid in classrooms during new mexico school shooting that left 3 dead


students hid in their classrooms, some behind locked doors, as a suspect opened fire thursday inside a new mexico high school, killing two classmates before ending up dead.authorities and other officials in the small town of aztec near the colorado border have released few details other than to say the shooter and the two victims all attended aztec high school. no other injuries were reported, and it was not clear if the shooter died by suicide or was killed by police.local and federal authorities are investigating what led to the shooting and did not immediately release any details about the circumstances. a news conference was planned later thursday.sophomore garrett parker told albuquerque television station koat that he was upstairs in history class when he heard what he initially thou






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aztec, n.m. — students hid in their classrooms, some behind locked doors, as a suspect opened fire thursday inside a new mexico high school, killing two classmates before ending up dead.authorities and other officials in the small town of aztec near the colorado border have released few details other than to say the shooter and the two victims all attended aztec high school. no other injuries were reported, and it was not clear if the shooter died by suicide or was killed by police.local and federal authorities are investigating what led to the shooting and did not immediately release any details about the circumstances. a news conference was planned later thursday.sophomore garrett parker told albuquerque television station koat that he was upstairs in history class when he heard what he






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two students were killed when a shooter opened fire at aztec high school.        






shooter among dead in new mexico high school shooting


two students were killed when a shooter opened fire at aztec high school.        






gunman fired rifle wildly into school buildings, children dove for cover, offici


school had not started and students at rancho tehama elementary were still in the playground when staffers first heard gunshots in the neighborhood tuesday morning, said richard fitzpatrick, superintendent of the corning union elementary school district."the bell had not rang, roll had not been taken, when the shots were heard," he said.advertisementstaffers immediately began to lock down the campus, rushing students into classrooms and under desks when the gunman came around the corner toward the school, fitzpatrick said at a press conference tuesday.the gunman crashed through the front gates of the school in a white pickup truck traveling at high speed, he said. authorities say this was part of a larger rampage through the rural community in northern california that left five dead and 10






cps board set to transform high school application process


it was the friday before spring break, but at jackson elementary school in elmhurst, 58 of the school's 448 students already were far away from their classrooms.the parents of 23 of those students had filed written requests to principal ryan anderson to take their children out of school early...






mexico quake kills at least 245; one girl found alive in school rubble


parents and bystanders were desperately trying to rescue staff and students trapped in a collapsed school.        






mexico quake kills at least 225; one girl found alive in school rubble


parents and bystanders were desperately trying to rescue staff and students trapped in a collapsed school.        






milpitas schools back in session with 10,360 students across district – the merc


summer vacation ended for students, teachers and administrators who returned to classrooms in the milpitas unified school district on aug. 17 for the 2017-18 school year.enrollment was slightly higher than the 10,324 students previously projected by district demographer tom williams, according to the district, with 10,359 reporting to campuses for the first few days of school.“nothing out of the ordinary occurred, we had an excellent first day,” superintendent cheryl jordan said last week. “at milpitas high school, it was our first year for total electronic registration. while we did have a number of students who had registration issues, this was the best year yet.”this year, high school students are also able to use the classrooms at the san jose-evergreen community college milpitas exten






niles north high school students stage classroom walkout


niles township high school district 219 officials would not immediately confirm why a group of students walked out of their niles north high classrooms for a short period on friday.the students returned to their classrooms following the walkout, according to school district 219 spokesman jim szczepaniak.the walkout came following a morning skokie-wide event, stand against racism. similar events were also held in nearby evanston.the event called for community members to stand at locations throughout the village to send a message that they favor inclusion and are against all forms of racism.district 219 students participated in the event.niles north high school, located in skokie, is one of three that make up the school district.szczepaniak said the district would have a statement about the






high school lockdown drill turns real when handgun found


columbus, ohio — a high school lockdown drill turned into the real thing when a handgun and ammunition clips were found in the backpack of a student in ohio's capital city of columbus.the dispatch reports walnut ridge high school canceled its football game friday night after the incident earlier in the day.the school was about to send students inside for a reverse evacuation and lockdown drill around 1 p.m. when the principal was told a student had a gun. the student fled, leaving the backpack behind, after learning police had been called. he was later arrested by a motorcycle officer.students were sent back into the building and remained on lockdown until around 2:30 p.m.officials say the away game at columbus south high school was canceled to avoid potential trouble.






new mexico school shooting leaves 2 students, suspect dead


aztec, n.m. — a shooting at a new mexico high school left two students and the suspect dead thursday, authorities said as schools throughout the small town shut down for the day.police did not release any details about the shooter but confirmed the other two people who were killed attended aztec high school. no other injuries were reported, officials said."the families of the victims were notified immediately. they are in our thoughts and prayers," state police said in a statement on social media.state and federal authorities are investigating what led to the shooting and did not immediately release any details about the circumstances. a news conference was planned.the school of about 900 students was cordoned off as authorities cleared the campus and teens were taken to another location.a






children learn in tent after israel demolishes school | israel


jubbet adh-dibh, occupied west bank - early in the morning, dozens of students assembled in columns outside the jubbet adh-dibh primary school. encouraged by their teachers, they launched into a rendition of the palestinian national anthem, fidai.it appeared to be a typical palestinian scene, a morning ritual repeated outside thousands of school buildings across the occupied west bank before students begin classes. but when the students of jubbet adh-dibh finished singing the anthem, they had no classrooms to go to. there was only a single tent filled with wooden chairs and book-ended by two whiteboards.the brand new school's six classrooms, built in mid-august to host 80 students, had been dismantled and removed by the israeli military the night before the first day of the school year. tw






children learn in tent after israel demolishes school | israel


jubbet adh-dibh, occupied west bank - early in the morning, dozens of students assembled in columns outside the jubbet adh-dibh primary school. encouraged by their teachers, they launched into a rendition of the palestinian national anthem, fidai.it appeared to be a typical palestinian scene, a morning ritual repeated outside thousands of school buildings across the occupied west bank before students begin classes. but when the students of jubbet adh-dibh finished singing the anthem, they had no classrooms to go to. there was only a single tent filled with wooden chairs and book-ended by two whiteboards.the brand new school's six classrooms, built in mid-august to host 80 students, had been dismantled and removed by the israeli military the night before the first day of the school year. tw






powerful quake kills scores in mexico


mexico city—central mexico was rocked by a 7.1 magnitude earthquake that collapsed scores of buildings in mexico city, killing at least 149 people in a toll that was rising by the hour tuesday night. in the south of the capital, a heart-wrenching scene played out at a primary school that collapsed, officials said. eight children and one teacher died at the enrique rebsamen school, mexico’s televisa network reported. another 11...






minnehaha academy students get first look at temporary home


the first day of school was particularly poignant tuesday for the 350 high school students of minnehaha academy.they filed into the new upper school in mendota heights, which will be their temporary home after a gas explosion aug. 2 killed two employees and damaged their south minneapolis campus beyond use.principal jason wenschlag cut a ribbon and students cheered as they rushed in to explore their new campus, the former sanford-brown college that closed in june.upon entry, they were greeted by a sign with the hashtag “together we rise,” a social media sign of solidarity that emerged after the explosion.parent dawn ostrem said the students’ excitement was moving. “its kind of emotional that they are all hyped up about it,” ostrem said.once inside, students peered into classrooms and check






the latest: students sent home after indiana school threat


terre haute, ind. — the latest on the police response to a bomb threat at a western indiana high school (all times local):3:05 p.m.students at a western indiana high school are being sent home hours after police responded to a bomb threat at the school.terre haute police spokesman officer ryan adamson says terre haute north high school's 1,800 students were allowed to leave just before 3 p.m. friday after a bomb-sniffing dog finished searching the school and found no bombs.he says the threat remains under investigation and authorities hope to prosecute whoever is responsible.adamson says the threat "isn't funny and it's left a lot of people in anguish."__1:30 p.m.police say a bomb-sniffing dog is searching a western indiana high school that received a bomb threat.terre haute police chief j






school officials scramble to keep kids cool in classrooms without a/c


san jose — sweat dripped down some student’s faces as they listened to their teacher talk about hurricane harvey at an east side elementary school friday morning.half the classrooms at horace cureton elementary school don’t have air conditioning, forcing the children to sit in sweltering classrooms as temperatures in san jose soared to scorching heights. the highs in san jose are expected to hit triple digits on friday and saturday.“it’s very hot,” said a 7-year-old second grade girl whose mom has been packing her ice water. “i’ve been staying in the shade.”school administrators are helping kids beat the heat by passing out cold water, using stationary fans and taking them to other classrooms with air conditioning in the afternoon. about 12 of the campus’ 24 classrooms lack air conditionin






new mexico school shooting leaves 2 students, suspect dead


a shooting at a high school in a small new mexico town left two students and the suspect dead, authorities said thursday as schools throughout the area remained on lockdown as a precaution.state police did not release any details about the shooter but confirmed the other two people who were killed attended aztec high school. the school of about 900 students was cordoned off as authorities cleared the buildings and teens were taken to another location.a crowd of nervous parents gathered outside city hall to wait for more information as officers tried to reassure them about the safety of their children."the families of the victims were notified immediately. they are in our thoughts and prayers," state police said in a statement on social media.state and federal authorities are investigating






rochester to ban 100 unvaccinated students from school tomorrow


more than 100 rochester students will be sent home from school wednesday if they can’t prove they’ve been vaccinated or officially exempted from the state law that requires them to be immunized.public school officials said they have “diligently” worked since january to inform families that students must be vaccinated to attend school or provide documentation for an exemption. despite those efforts, 204 students still hadn’t met those requirements last week, prompting school officials to take the unusual step of announcing that students will be kept out of school until they submit the necessary paperwork.since that announcement, the number of students still not complying fell to 115 on tuesday.when those students arrive at school on wednesday, they will be removed from their classrooms and






rochester to ban unvaccinated students from school tomorrow


more than 100 rochester students will be sent home from school wednesday if they can’t prove they’ve been vaccinated or officially exempted from the state law that requires them to be immunized.public school officials said they have “diligently” worked since january to inform families that students must be vaccinated to attend school or provide documentation for an exemption. despite those efforts, 204 students still hadn’t met those requirements last week, prompting school officials to take the unusual step of announcing that students will be kept out of school until they submit the necessary paperwork.since that announcement, the number of students still not complying fell to 115 on tuesday.when those students arrive at school on wednesday, they will be removed from their classrooms and






principal transferred after asking to group white students


st. petersburg, fla. — a white principal of a predominantly black elementary school who told her staff to put white students in the same classrooms is no longer at the florida school.christine hoffman requested a transfer off the campbell park elementary school campus in st. petersburg on monday while district officials review her tenure.the tampa bay times (http://bit.ly/2qaio0w ) reports that hoffman's email included detailed instructions for deciding classroom rosters.the instructions required classrooms to have students of mixed reading levels to be together, an equal number of boys and girls, no more than two students who are known to misbehave per class and said "white students should be in the same class."hoffman later apologized in writing for what she called "poor judgment."in a l






rochester to ban unvaccinated students from school tomorrow


more than 100 rochester students will be sent home from school wednesday if they can't prove they've been vaccinated or officially exempted from the state law that requires them to be immunized.public school officials said they have worked "diligently" since january to inform families that students must be vaccinated to attend school, or provide documentation for an exemption.despite those efforts, 204 students still hadn't met those requirements last week, prompting school officials to take the unusual step of announcing that students will be kept out of school until they submit the necessary paperwork.since that announcement, about half the students have complied, but 103 students remained noncompliant on tuesday.when those students arrive at school on wednesday, they will be removed fro






rochester to ban unvaccinated students from school on wednesday


more than 100 rochester students will be sent home from school wednesday if they can’t prove they’ve been vaccinated or officially exempted from the state law that requires them to be immunized.public school officials said they have worked “diligently” since january to inform families that students must be vaccinated to attend school, or provide documentation for an exemption.despite those efforts, 204 students still hadn’t met those requirements last week, prompting school officials to take the unusual step of announcing that students will be kept out of school until they submit the necessary paperwork.since that announcement, about half the students have complied, but 103 students remained noncompliant on tuesday.when those students arrive at school on wednesday, they will be removed fro






rochester to ban unvaccinated students from school today


more than 100 rochester students will be sent home from school wednesday if they can’t prove they’ve been vaccinated or officially exempted from the state law that requires them to be immunized.public school officials said they have worked “diligently” since january to inform families that students must be vaccinated to attend school, or provide documentation for an exemption.despite those efforts, 204 students still hadn’t met those requirements last week, prompting school officials to take the unusual step of announcing that students will be kept out of school until they submit the necessary paperwork.since that announcement, about half the students have complied, but 103 students remained noncompliant on tuesday.when those students arrive at school on wednesday, they will be removed fro






rescuers dug through the wreckage of a collapsed school in mexico where at least


more than 300 children were studying in their classrooms at a mexico city private school when the earth started violently shaking.in an instant, concrete walls and ceilings in parts of the school came crashing down, crushing students as young as first-graders.neighbors, relatives of the children and even a passing taxi driver rushed toward the giant plume of dust, prying away debris with their bare hands, desperately searching for any sign of life tuesday afternoon. they worked through the night.by wednesday morning, rescuers had carried out at least 25 bodies from a pancaked building on the campus of enrique rebsamen school on mexico city’s south side. twenty-one of them were students — children with names like daniela, diana and oscar. they were all believed to be 7or 8 years old and wer






rochester to ban unvaccinated students from school tomorrow


more than 100 rochester students will be sent home from school wednesday if they can’t prove they’ve been vaccinated or officially exempted from the state law that requires them to be immunized.public school officials said they have worked “diligently” since january to inform families that students must be vaccinated to attend school, or provide documentation for an exemption. despite those efforts, 204 students still hadn’t met those requirements last week, prompting school officials to take the unusual step of announcing that students will be kept out of school until they submit the necessary paperwork.since that announcement, about half the students have complied, but 103 students remained noncompliant on tuesday.when those students arrive at school on wednesday, they will be removed fr






four-day school weeks may not provide the benefits some believe


school finance expert michael griffith said he once held a neutral opinion about four-day school weeks. then he took a closer look. at least 120 school districts have adopted the four-day school week, and more are currently considering switching to the shorter schedule. the trend has mostly spread to rural counties in western states, where busing costs can be high because students live far apart. banner county, nebraska, and loving, new mexico, are two areas currently debating the shorter week, while another new mexico district recently made the switch. behind the push is a desire to save money by cutting back on operating costs. even though the great recession is long over, many districts continue to struggle with their budgets and feel pressure from taxpayers to keep spending low. but gr






hinsdale district 86 plans to add third classroom for students with emotional is


hinsdale high school district 86 administrators are recommending the district expand its program for students with significant emotional needs from two classrooms to three.district officials say the program has been successful and will save taxpayers money.prior to the 2015/16 school year, the district paid for students with mental health problems to be educated at private special education schools.the district decided to provide those services in-house through a program called hinsdale area vision for emotional needs, beginning in fall 2015 with one classroom at hinsdale south high school.the classroom was limited to 13 or fewer students and staffed with a special education teacher, three paraprofessionals and a social worker or psychologist trained in behavior therapy for students with m






tehama shooter targeted victim, son


associated pressrancho tehama reserve — a neighbor’s account indicates that a northern california shooter who killed five people this week may have targeted an elementary school as part of his long-running feud with neighbors.shooter kevin neal threatened out loud that he was going to kill danny elliott and then go to the elementary school to kill elliott’s 7-year-old son, said johnny phommathep, a neighbor who lived about 200 feet away from neal.he’d scream to him, “i’ma kill you, boy. i’ma learn you. once i kill you, i’ma go kill your son at school,” phommathep told the record searchlight of redding.the tehama county sheriff’s office said neal, 44, killed neighbor danny elliott and his mother, diana steele, in an apparent act of revenge before he shot randomly into vehicles and at people






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download download nihongo drill is from the japanese program at lehman college, the city university of new york. there are three drills - kanji, tango and te-form drill - all designed to help students learn japanese and improve their knowledge in kanji reading, vocabulary words and the verb conjugation, and they were developed by lehman students.






4 yorkville high students sent to hospital after freon leak


four students were taken to area hospitals after a freon leak wednesday at yorkville high school.shortly before 2 p.m. wednesday, a foggy haze fell on two of the high school's first-story classrooms, kristine liptrot, spokeswoman for yorkville community unit school district 115, said.the entire school was evacuated, with 52 students and staff receiving medical evaluations and four students being taken to hospitals — three to rush copley medical center in aurora and one to a facility in sandwich, liptrot said.liptrot said they showed symptoms from being in rooms affected by the leak, but did not elaborate on what those symptoms were.all four students were treated at the hospitals and released to their parents.firefighters arrived at the high school at 2:04 p.m. and transported the last pati






milpitas school district seeks opinion on proposed bond


the milpitas unified school district is considering a measure on the june 2018 ballot that could provide funding to update infrastructure to support technology, expand and upgrade classrooms, improve security and make district facilities more accessible for students and teachers with disabilities.“to relieve overcrowding and accommodate our growing student enrollment, the measure could provide additional classrooms at our high school and elementary schools. milpitas high school was originally built for 1,800 students but current enrollment is 3,400 and growing,” a nov. 3 written statement from the district reads.in addition, a measure could expand the number of elementary classrooms at mabel mattos elementary and randall elementary so more students can attend their own neighborhood school,






trump executive order prompts google to recall staff


media captionpresident trump told cbn news christian refugees will get prioritygoogle has recalled travelling staff members to the us after an executive order from president donald trump restricting entry for nationals of seven muslim-majority countries. syrian refugees are banned from entry until further notice, the order says. visas for nationals of six countries, including iran and iraq, will not be issued for the next three months. google has told the it is concerned about the order and any measures which could block great talent from the us. president trump's order could mean that thousands of citizens from iran, iraq, syria, yemen, sudan, somalia and libya may not be allowed to board flights bound for the us. the new restrictions will have a major impact on technology companies that