Thanks to the WHAS Crusade for Children the Eminence, Kentucky school system offers students with special needs a variety of learning options. Those programs have taken Tayte Hernandez from a pre-schooler who had no way to communicate to an elementary student who’s finding his voice. Tayte was born with Panhypopituitarism a condition that results in pituitary gland problems. From tablets…to Smartboards…to a sensory room, Tayte and his fellow students with special needs enjoy a learning experience that is fun as well as educational. Since 1984 the Eminence School System has received $900,000 in grants from the WHAS Crusade for Children. Those funds have helped thousands of children, like Tayte, to grow, learn and create better lives for themselves. To learn more about the WHAS Crusade for Children go to WHASCrusade.org.
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students and teachers protest to keep teacher raise amid CCSD budget cuts
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The leader of Hillsborough County's bus system announced she is stepping down from the position.
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http://schoolpartnerships.com/ School Partnerships In-School Advertising Program is explained by Pete Patel, owner of Fresh Healthy Cafe in Port Orange, FL. For more information about advertising in schools, please email: info@SchoolPartnerships.com or call 386-492-3363.
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2018 is off to a heartwarming start at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin.
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Current Trends and Future Shifts in Florida’s Housing Market Moderated by Lesley Deutch, Principal, John Burns Real Estate Consulting Mike Belmont, President, Minto Communities USA Jim Leiferman, President-US, Mattamy Homes Chris Ward, Principal, Pablo Creek Land
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Marc Middleton of "Growing Bolder" talks about making the most out of our later years followed by Doug Beach, who discusses the services offered by the Volusia Council on Aging. Then Mary Woods shares how she and other former teachers are staying engaged with education during their retirement.
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http://tour.previsite.com/D280D225-B5EB-1480-092D-C61D77DCFF1C NOT A SHORT SALE OR FORECLOSURE! This 1,704 Square Foot Living Area, Brick, Ranch style home built in 1981 is majestically situated along the 6th Green of the award winning, newly renovated Deltona Club Golf Course. There is also a 276 SF Florida Room not included in SFLA that provides plenty of room for storage and/or reacreational activities. With no HOA Fees and no club dues unless you want to join or play...this truly is the most affordable way to enjoy Florida Golf Front Living; just sit back and relax in your backyard while you take in the magnificient sunset vista's overlooking 3 different Fairways in the evening. Also, the home is located within walking/biking distance to great schools, the YMCA as well as the recently expanded & refurbished Deltona Regional Library that features an Outdoor Amphitheater, 4,000 SF Lyonia Environmental Center and the 360 acre Lyonia Preserve. The planned Deltona Village is located less then a couple of miles away from this property and will provide a plethora of convenient shopping, dining and entertainment choices for the entire Family. The home has been tastefully and functionally updated in recent years; some of the great updates that have been done to the home include: 2003 - New Whirlpool appliances (Black: Glass Cooktop Range, Refrigerator, Microwave/Hood Combo, Dishwasher), Porcelain Tile through a majority of the home, Berber Carpet (Bedrooms & Family Room), Corian Kitchen Countertop with Integrated Sink, Cultured Marble Vanities with integrated Sinks in both Bathrooms, 5.25" Base, 3.25" casing, Raised Moulding doors, Upgraded Door Hardware, Stylish Fans with Alabaster Lights (Bedrooms, Family Room & Florida Room-Old), Decor Rocker Switches & Outlets, New Delta Faucets (Kitchen & Bathroom Sinks), New Front Door, Blinds/Shades, new Toilets, miscellanous Light Fixtures and Satin Paint throughout interior of home; 2005 - New Air Conditioning & Heating System & Roof; 2008 - New Water Heater & Garage Shelving. Seller is a licensed REALTOR®; will Co-Broke!
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Hundreds of first responders gathered at Palm Beach Gardens High School to remember the victims of 9/11. Alex Browning reports. Subscribe to WPBF on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1qfxvbX Get more West Palm Beach news: http://www.wpbf.com/ Like us: http://www.facebook.com/wpbf25news Follow us: http://twitter.com/WPBF25News Google+: http://plus.google.com/+WPBF
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Lorna Virgili hosts County Report This Week, on this episode we feature the following: County Executive Isiah Leggett hosts several FY16 Operational Budget Forums during the month of January; County planners start a series of workshops on the redevelopment of Montgomery Village; the County’s Department of Transportation opens the first Bike Track in Rockville; the Police Department warns about a telephone scam; and Montgomery College offers a series of financial seminars. These stories plus our regular features from Montgomery College, Brookside Gardens, The Humane Society, Montgomery County Department of Transportation, the Police Department and Montgomery County Public Schools.
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Shane Bailey, Drew Young and Blair Smyly discuss National Signing Day the winner and losers. Drew tells Blair and Shane how he would run Tennessee athletics. They also take a look at some of lasts weeks basketball action. And what mid-February podcast wouldn't be complete without some baseball talk. All this and more on this weeks SECSRT.
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