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Principal Told Teacher Her Outfit Is Inappropriate + Nobody Knows Why [PICTURE]
Principal Told Teacher Her Outfit Is Inappropriate + Nobody Knows Why [PICTURE]
I don't get it? Over the weekend, this picture was on Facebook of a teacher who was told by administration that her outfit was inappropriate to wear to work. Then she was just simply asked to never wear it again. The post exploded with over 1,200 comments before it was disabled and many of the people were confused, thought many pointed out that the boots may have been inappropriate for the school.
New State Law Requires Vaccine for 7th, 12th Grade Students
New State Law Requires Vaccine for 7th, 12th Grade Students
As another school year kicks off, it's important that parents become aware of a new state law that has been implemented for 7th and 12th grade students. According to WGRZ, students entering the grades seventh and twelfth grade attending public and charter schools, must receive a vaccination for meningococcal, which is a life threatening disease causing hearing loss and brain damage. The vaccin...
2016 WNY Top School Districts
2016 WNY Top School Districts
Congratulations to all of the graduates this June! Lets check if your kid's school district ranked in the top 15 best WNY school districts from Business First. The annual list from Buffalo Business First uses a massive formula to determine the list including, the four previous years test and graduation performance provided by New York State...
WNY School Budget Results
WNY School Budget Results
Last year, eight school districts, out of about 700 in New York State, failed their budget. This year two failed in WNY. Akron Central - Passed Albion Central - Passed Alden Central - Passed Alexander Central - Passed Alfred - Almond Central - Passed Allegany - Limestone Central - Passed Amherst Central - Passed Andover Central - Passed Attica Central Schools - Passed Barker Central - Passed Bata
Free iPads?
Free iPads?
If the kids have good attendance, the city of Buffalo will give out iPads and $150 gift cards to the students and parents, if mayor Byron Brown has his way. If the initiative passes in the budget, parents who send their kids to school and receive good attendance marks OR students who have shown great "improvement" will in turn get a $150 gift card and the student will receive a tablet...

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