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Posted by courier at 06:44 PM. Filed under: Daily Bulletin
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Christina Karma/Courier PhotoBy Christina Karma, Courier Staff Writer
James Hansen, an Economics and American Political Systems teacher at Logan has donated a collection of presidential biographies to the school library.
Hansen may qualify for a tax deduction for his donation, but he said he did it only to benefit Logan's student body.
“I want the kids here at James Logan to be able to have access to these books. Many of these books are well written, and I’d be glad to share it with them,” said Hansen. “Knowing that I wouldn’t get any money in return for donating these books to the library, I still went on and did it. I strictly donate books to help save the library and school money for other things,”he said Hansen.
Posted by courier at 02:15 PM. Filed under: News
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By Jessica Rosales
, Courier Special Projects Editor
A new program called Zangle
that will debut as the New Haven Unified School District's new student information system (SIS) next school year will increase communication between teachers and parents and also replace the outdated HP program that has been used for over 20 years.
When the new program comes online next fall, parents will be able to check their students' grades and attendance via computers at any time.
Posted by courier at 11:34 AM. Filed under: News
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Office aide Paul Lim sortsBy Musa Biawogi
report cards for mailing Tuesday.
, Courier Staff Writer
Following the end of the first semester of the 2007-2008 school year, a lot of students are concerned about their grades, or, more precisely, what their parents will do when they see report cards.
Some students have found ways to keep their parents from seeing them, hoping that maybe if their parents don’t see their grades they would forget about them.
The most obvious way is to intercept the report card in the mail, before parents can get their hands on it. Intercepting report cards is a Logan tradition that has going on for many years, but it won't work much longer.
Posted by courier at 08:21 AM. Filed under: News
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Author: Dan Brown
Country: United States
Genre(s): Religion, Thriller, Crime, Fiction, Mystery novel
Publisher: Doubleday (U.S.)
Publication date: 18 March 2003 (U.S.)
Media type: Print (Hardback & Paperback) also Audio book
Pages: 454 p. (US hardback edition)
ISBN 0-385-50420-9 (US hardback edition),
& ISBN 1-4000-7917-9 (US paperback edition)
By Abhishek Saluja, Courier Book Editor
One of the most famous and talked about writers of recent times, Dan Brown is considered by many as an incredible storyteller. Simultaneously many comment and denounce the thoughts involved in his writing. However, from a reader’s perspective his novel The Da Vinci Code unfolds intriguingly.
Jacques Sauniere, is shot in cold blood and dies inside the Louvre Museum of Paris. His granddaughter Sophie Neveu, is now without her only known relative. Professor Robert Langdon is approached with the request to decipher Sauniere’s last message.
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