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High School Teacher Fired for Working as Bikini Model
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High School Teacher Fired for Working as Bikini Model

Having a teacher who's also a bikini model might be every teen boy's fantasy, but this got a high school English teacher in Florida fired recently.

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Angry Student Lecturing Teacher on How to Teach Goes Viral

This kid's got big brass ones. Or maybe he was just fed up. Actually, we figure it probably requires a combination of both to pull off a stunt like this.

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Mom and Son Yearbook Photo
Wheatmore High

High School Bans Yearbook Photo of Student With Her Baby

Wheatmore High School in Trinity, North Carolina has found itself in one mother of a controversy.

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Liberty Park Stadium

Listen to Smith-Cotton Tiger Baseball Streaming Online

The Smith-Cotton Tigers baseball season is in full swing. Join Kaleb Filis and Al McCurdy with the play-by-play of Varsity, Junior Varsity and C team games. We'll highlight each team as they play at historic Liberty Park and a few on the road

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Prom

High School Students Determined to End School’s Segregated Proms

Dividing up a prom based on race is not a black-and-white issue at Georgia’s Wilcox County High School.

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Grad

106-Year-Old Woman Receives Her High School Diploma

Reba Williams is living proof that you are never too old to learn.

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Jason Curry and Wade Norton
Jason Curry and Wade Norton

Smith-Cotton High School and Junior High Principals Selected for 2013-2014 School Year

In closed session on Monday, January 28, 2013, the Board of Education of the Sedalia #200 School District, hired Mr. Jason Curry to be the Smith-Cotton Jr. High School Principal for the 2013-2014 school year.  In addition to hiring Curry, the Sedalia #200 School District, hired Mr. Wade Norton to be the Smith-Cotton High School Principal for the 2013-2014 school year as well.

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Protestor in Zombie Make Up
Ron Tarver, Philly.com

Students Perform Zombie-Themed Flashmob to Protest School Closings

Students of the group Philadelphia Student Union, which is a part of a larger organization called the Philadelphia Coalition Advocacy of Public Schools, recently performed a zombie-themed flashmob to Michael Jackson's 'Thriller' in front of the school district's headquarters.

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basketball

W-K Holiday Shootout Kicks Off This Weekend

The W-K Holiday Shootout has become a tradition in this area over the past few years.  The tournament started in 2001 by Tom Knight and Darren Pannier as an idea to get local area schools all in one location to play a basketball tournament.

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Game of the Week

2012 Kaysinger All Conference Football Team Announced

The Kaysinger All Conference Football team for the 2012 season has been announced.  Congratulations to the young men who were selected.  It was a tremendous season for local high school football. I had fun calling and watching many of these young athletes on the field.

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