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A look back at the year that was…

With the 2018 NBA draft starting Tuesday, let’s take a look back and reminisce about the years that were.The most interesting part about the 2017 draft was the fact that it took place in Chicago.The Bulls made the NBA finals, but it was not a championship-type season.Instead, the Bulls had a playoff-like year, going 12-2

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How to get high at the same time as getting your job

Posted September 24, 2018 11:04:47 A year ago, we posted a story about the job-search craze in California, and it inspired many young people to take the plunge and apply to high schools, colleges and even corporate jobs.We thought we’d share a few tips to help get the most out of your time at an

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Barrington High School to close for renovations

BARRINGTON, Mass.— The Barrington School District is expected to close on Thursday, ending its three-year, $1.9 billion construction program.The district said the school would close as of 7:00 a.m. for the completion of the project to open a new, new high school in the new district.It will reopen as of 2:00 p.m., said John D.

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How to make a winning ‘Super Bowl’ story

NEW YORK — For a story about a football team that has not won a Super Bowl since 1992, “Super Bowl of Emotions” is probably more accurate than you might expect.For decades, football has been one of the sport’s defining moments.And yet, the game is not widely known outside the sports world.That may be changing,

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How to build an online portfolio of your schoolwork

More than a year ago, Mitchell High School in Mitchell, Texas, launched an online-only portal to showcase its schoolwork and highlight the achievements of students.“We are hoping this portal will become a gateway to our students to discover our school’s accomplishments, and share with other Mitchell students,” the school said in a press release at

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Why Upland High School Is the Top Prep School for Students with ADHD

In recent years, high schools across the country have been grappling with a shortage of students with ADHD.With the number of students in the U.S. and other developed countries diagnosed with ADHD now exceeding 1.5 million, many parents are worried that their children may not be as academically prepared as they could be.But a recent