Current 7th Graders! Early registration for next year's Washington DC trip is happening right now. Register before May 25th and receive a discount on the trip, and you'll also receive a discount on...
Siblings capture bronze at karate National Championships
Coxsackie natives Dillon and Jordane Hynes traveled to Raleigh, North Carolina to compete against 1,600 athletes from across the nation at the Amateur Athletic Union Karate National Champion
Why Farm-to-Institution Sourcing is the Sleeping Giant of Local Food
Strategists are following the money to schools, corporate cafeterias, and hospitals in hopes of rebuilding local economies and bringing healthy food access—literally in through the back door.
Map: How Per-Pupil Spending Compares Across U.S. School Districts
Use this interactive map to see how much your district spends on students and how per-pupil spending compares across the nation.
How Ballet Academy East's Darla Hoover Can Spot a Future Ballerina
You can take the dancer out of Balanchine, but you can't take the Balanchine out of the dancer—or at least, that's Darla Hoover's experience. As artistic director of Ballet Academy East's pre-professional division, following an 11-year career with New York City Ballet, she readily recognizes that as...
Harvard psychologists have been studying what it takes to raise 'good' kids. Here are 6 tips.
Help unlock your child's best self with a few tried-and-true strategies.
Seven Simple Tips to Refresh Your Prayer Life
Pastor John gives 7 tips to refresh your prayer life.
Rick Bayless brings top chefs from Mexico to host cooking demos, dinner
Mod Mex & Mod Mix event focuses on Mexican food and drink today, benefits culinary students
Community Advisory Committee 2017 Meeting
20:23 28 March in News by Anthony Administrative Assistant Breakout Session Every March, HBAS calls our community together for an annual “check up” of our Career Technical Education (CTE) programs. At this year’s Community Advisory Meeting, held on March 23rd, we shared updates and sought advice from our diverse CTE community members This year, we had one of our biggest turnouts ever! It was an honor for our faculty and administrators to host students, community college and business partners, and HBUHSD Board Members Bonnie Castrey, Dr. Duane Dishno and Dr. Michael Simons First, Assistant Principal Shirley Vaughn reflected on several initiatives taken after input from past CAC meetings, including: Career Readiness Skills course Hiring a Job…
Why Finland's schools are top-notch
Pasi Sahlberg says America can learn from Finland, which has one of the leading education systems in the world.