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Students’ research gains notice

Three research projects from seven local high school students have gained the attention of the country’s top researchers in recent months.

In the Schools

Superintendents to attend national summit

Guyer students learn about college world

Ryan Elementary sets goals for improvement

DRC

Campers get creative with castoffs

Ten elementary school-age children spent the first day of Thanksgiving break at Camp SCRAP making grapes, plums, apples and other fruits and foods of papier-mache.

Students feast, forge fellowship

Students’ research gains notice

UNT briefs

TWU briefs

Emily McPherson: New policy sends the wrong message to DISD students

The Denton school district has made a controversial (or, as the school board called it: courageous and brave) move regarding grading policies to take effect next year. The new policy throws deadlines out the window by allowing students to turn in late work at any time and retake tests over and over. It also does away with the six-week grading periods, replacing them with nine-week periods.

Ashlyn Foss: Media feeding into vicious cycle of mass shootings

Steps for choosing the right school

Student makes a sound of success with music career

Cancer survivors start website