Native American Day Program Presented at Stanley County

Students and community members in Stanley County  attended the district’s first Native American Day program this fall. Attendees in Parkview Gymnasium for the program viewed Native American items including quilts, a buffalo robe and medicine wheels and were treated to a live drum crew performance and two talented speakers. “We were privileged to host our [...]

Dupree Project Paints a Picture

The Dupree School After School Program offered Dupree High School students an opportunity to get involved artistically by painting a unique chalkboard mural. The purpose of the project was to get more high school students involved in participating in after school activities and to also have a location in the school showcasing school events by [...]

Big Plans in Personalized Learning at Harrisburg’s Freedom Elementary

Think about this familiar situation, for a second: Student A is in 2nd grade and struggles with reading. Students are not finding their passions, and instead sitting in classes consuming information. The end of the year comes, and the student is ready for 3rd grade in math—but not 3rd grade reading. See where frustration starts [...]

Woonsocket Pays Tribute to Veterans

Each year, students in the Woonsocket School District pay tribute to the Americans most deserving of it. For roughly 15 years the school and community have come together in the district’s gym to honor and recognize all Veterans as part of the Veteran's Day Program. “I never leave the program without feeling so much pride [...]

Wagner Community High School Students Set an Example

A group of Wagner Community High School students are playing a vital role in the lives of their elementary counterparts. Twenty-three high school sophomores, juniors and seniors began serving as mentors of elementary students in early November. The mentors work with younger students to try to improve academic and social skills. “I love being able [...]

Mount Vernon Tech Program Taking Top Prizes

It is lights, camera, action in Mount Vernon with the school’s technology program experiencing success far beyond the classroom walls. Besides producing original content for the school district’s television channel – MVTV 105 on the Santel network and live streaming sports events on www.mvptitanslive.com – students in Communication Arts and Technology Instructor Jeff Sand’s technology [...]

Tea’s Frontier Elementary Front and Center with Design

Tea Area School District holds a foundational goal for Future Titan Graduates to be civic leaders engaged in the community through action and service. Students at Tea’s Frontier Elementary have actively engaged in being future civic leaders and third grade students painted a picture of their active engagement. With the integration of art a focus [...]

Learning new Languages at Lead-Deadwood Elementary

Students at the Lead-Deadwood Elementary School receive a rather worldly opportunity. Through the Middlebury Interactive Languages program all students in Kindergarten through fifth grade have the chance to learn one of four foreign language’s online. “It’s exciting to hear our students practicing their foreign language lessons in the hallways of our school,” Elementary School Principal [...]

Andes Central Students Succeed in Respect Challenge

The Respect Challenge: So many of our elderly population are forgotten about or disregarded…One day we will all be where they are. Is this how we will want to be treated? Our elderly deserve to be honored and respected. Positive relationships and respect for all are two human qualities which are stressed at Andes Central. [...]

Henry’s One-Act Play Reaches New Heights

This year was a pivotal one for Henry High School’s One-Act Play cast. Last year, after the cast again did not earn enough superior ratings at the region contest to compete at the state level, one student decided to try something different and took on the task of writing a play himself. Henry High School [...]