Magnet School News Archive

Oak Ridge Elementary earns 2020 STEM Innovation Award
Sun This Week Staff

Oak Ridge Elementary School of Leadership, Environmental and Health Sciences in Eagan and a member of District 196, has been named the winner of the 2020 STEM Innovation Award. Principal Cathy Kindem and STEM Specialist Tanner Walters applied for the award on beh... Read more

December 30, 2019

Archery hits mark with students
Journal Courier Carol Roehm

Danville (AP) — A group of young archers aims to do well when they make their debut next month at an archery tournament in Potomac. Northeast Elementary Magnet School is the latest local school to form an archery team. Kim Corley, Northeast’s school secretar... Read more

December 30, 2019

Taking a different route to graduation, only some high school required
WOSU Public Media Leticia Wiggins

Some students like academic work and thrive in high school. For others, it’s a real drag. One of those people is Mac Connor. When the 18-year-old talks about it, he does so in a short, matter-of-fact way. "I was never really a fan of school," Conno... Read more

December 17, 2019

Students participate in Lego competition
The Augusta Chronicle Amanda King

Twelve teams from Richmond, Columbia and McDuffie county schools gathered at A.R. Johnson Health Science and Engineering Magnet School on Saturday for a First Lego League Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics competition. The competition is held for elemen... Read more

December 07, 2019

Davis street, South African students collaborate on Civil rights history
New Haven Independent Staff

The following article and photos came in from Davis Waltrina Kirkland-Mullins’ third grade students from the Davis Academy for Arts and Design Innovation let their academic light shine at the Harvard University Center for African Studies Association forum recently held ... Read more

December 04, 2019

Overlea High School certified as One Love Champion for promoting healthy relationships Chris Montcalmo

Overlea, MD—The One Love Foundation has certified Dulaney, Hereford, Overlea, and Towson high schools as Champion Schools in recognition of their commitment, during the 2018-2019 school year, to healthy relationship education. One Love, a national nonprofit, prov... Read more

December 04, 2019

Advanced technology flourishes at one of Duval's schools that used to perform poorly
Action News Jax Alicia Tarancon

Jacksonville, Fla. — Cybersecurity, video game design, biomechanics and drone flight academy are all classes that make Andrew Jackson High School a hub for advanced technology. It’s the reason why Devonte Grant, a junior, decided to attend the school. Right no... Read more

November 20, 2019

Carver Elementary playground receives a communication tool
SCNOW Lauren Owens

Florence, S.C.— Carver Elementary Magnet School recently installed a communication board on the kindergarten playground that allows students to communicate more easily. Carver is the first school in the district to receive a communication board on the playground. ... Read more

November 01, 2019

Miami proud: south Miami-Dade school’s murals are lessons in life and art
CBS Miami Marybel Rodriguez

Miami (CBSMiami) – Frederick Gabriel is a self-described “accidental art teacher” at Cutler Bay Senior High. “I come from Paris, France from an artist family, and I was a freelance artist with Disney, Warner Brothers, Limelight Studios and Miami Vice,” he recalls. ... Read more

October 30, 2019

A Day of the Dead project at a Reseda school was a chance to pay homage to the immigrant’s journey
Los Angeles Daily News Ryan Carter

A Day of the Dead celebration this week became a chance to pay homage to unity at a local school. Students from the humanities magnet program at Grover Cleveland Charter High School in Reseda celebrated El Día de Los Muertos with an altar display on Monday. Th... Read more

October 30, 2019
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