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Logan males – Are you turning 18? If so, don’t forget to register with the Selective Service. Besides being the law, you also jeopardize any federal financial aid for college. To find out more, pick up a flyer in the Career Center.
Posted by courier at 11:28 PM. Filed under: Daily Bulletin
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By Rick LaPlante, New Haven Schools Public Information Officer
Kari McVeigh begins work today as Superintendent of the New Haven Unified School District, bringing experience in improving student achievement and enthusiasm for focusing on literacy - qualities matching both the goals and strategies of the District.
"Kari's experience and her skill set are a remarkable fit for our district," Board of Education President Kevin Harper said when Ms. McVeigh's hiring was announced Oct. 31. "She understands our needs and priorities - she has more than 30 years of experience in dealing with such issues - and she also understands that we've started on a course here, with our Strategic Plan, and we need someone to step in and take us to the next level.''
Posted by courier at 07:50 AM. Filed under: News
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By Joe Crawford
St. Louis Post-Dispatch (MCT)
ST. LOUIS — Seventh-grader Tristan Papes has been keeping an eye on the recent turbulence in the stock market.
So has professional money manager Chris Lissner.
Lissner, president of Acropolis Investment Management, has studied the market for more than 30 years. Papes, who attends McKinley Middle School in St. Louis, has been purchasing imaginary stocks for about a month.
Distributed by McClatchy-Tribune Information Services.
Posted by courier at 04:55 AM. Filed under: News
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