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Laramie High School junior Mrudhula Baskaran wanted to make her robot follow the light. She stared into a glowing screen Thursday evening, typing lines of code onto a white page. As the code piled up, it created a sort of script, the language of
Cindy Knox, a high school physical education teacher, said there are three days of nearly nonstop square dancing in the gym, and teachers have the option of bringing their students to participate. "It breaks down all of the cliques," Knox said,
The boy was charged with third-degree assault and breach of peace. The victim was brought to Westerly Hospital where he was treated for minor injuries and released after the 10:51 a.m...Police did not release the names of the students because they
Bryan Smith Grover Cleveland High School students look at an interactive database at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The students will design the framework for a mock database for the museum's American Wing as a class project.
Goddard school police are investigating a written threat made by a Goddard Middle School student, officials said. In a letter sent home to parents of middle school students Tuesday, Principal Lisa Hogarth said there was no immediate physical threat
Two 13-year-old Clifton middle school students have been charged with breaking into a family friend's house and stealing $12,000 and two laptops. The teens, whose names were not released by police due to their age, spent $3,000 of the money at the
The state's most talented maths and science students have urged more high school students to tackle the challenging HSC subjects instead of sticking to ''safe'' options. At the first in course awards presentation in Sydney on Tuesday, physics and all
Maine (AP) Dozens of Maine high school students are competing this week in a robotics competition. Students will use design and build remote-controlled robots with wheels, claws and shovels. Students will aim to use the robots to move foam balls to
The William Wells Brown Elementary fourth-grader wants to be a distinguished reader, the highest level of reading achievement for students in Kentucky. "I want to be a distinguished reader because then you know you have passed grade level," she said.
A demonstrator at a rally in Tokyo earlier this month carried a sign reading Himitsu hantai (Against secrets). She meant government secrets, the rally having been called to protest the state secrets bill that is now the law of the land. The