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Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. 15 To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Father of Nev. school shooter told officials he hit son Siobhan McAndrew, Reno Gazette-Journal 11:03 a.m. EST November 7, 2013 The elder Jose Reyes pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge in 2012 incident. Jose and Lilian Reyes, parents of Sparks Middle School shooter Jose Reyes, speak about their son in an interview with the Reno Gazette-Journal on Nov.

(AP Photo/K9s4KIDS, Josh Welch) Enlarge Los Angeles While some say school safety hinges on guns, cameras or alarms in classrooms, Mark Gomer and Kristi Schiller think specially trained dogs should take point in preventing violence in schools. The Christian Science Monitor Weekly Digital Edition Gomer's for-profit company has sent a gun- and drug-detecting dog to patrol the halls of an Ohio high school, while Schiller is launching a nonprofit in Houston to give schools the trained canines for free. Their programs are still in their infancy, so questions remain about dogs that can distract, scare or send kids into sneezing fits. But they think they can cultivate their ideas to help schools across the country stay safe.

Residential life was central to the Yale Law School experience up until a few years ago, said Yale University President Peter Salovey. Robert Bakers commitment to making on-campus living once again possible for law students is generous and visionary, and will allow future generations to know the benefits of a community where living and learning are closely connected. Robert Baker, a graduate of Yale belanja alquran College in 1956 and Yale Law School in 1959, is the founder, chairman, and CEO of National Realty & Development Corp., one of the countrys largest private development and ownership firms. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for Yale Law School to acquire from the university a facility which is only one block away from the Sterling Law Building, Baker said. I hope my gift will inspire other alumni who appreciate the importance of residential living to the student experience to support this project. Copyright 2013 The Associated Press.

"We don't expect them to give us everything we ask for," said Rosalie Umile, a teacher at Hillsdale Elementary. "But we think they will come sit at the table with us." The union has accused current school board members of trying to negotiate through press releases and having their lawyer negotiate for them. Republican incumbents Ed Coyle, Sean Carpenter, and Maria Pimley, and ticket mate Pam LaTorre lost to Democrats Robin Kaliner, Chris McCune, Ricky Swalm, and Joyce Chester. Chester said she plans to talk to teachers directly. She said the board needs to be more transparent and do a better job communicating with teachers and the public. "I believe if we don't resolve this issue," Chester said, "we could be Coatesville." Residents of the 7,200-student Coatesville district elected at least two new members to the school board, after months of community outrage over the handling of a texting scandal that caused two administrators to resign and the county's district attorney to investigate the district's finances.

Pastor Cornejo did make an interesting observation, though. It turns out the national motto may indeed already be in Watauga County classrooms. I guarantee you everybody has the In God We Trust motto in their pockets, he said. Every school in this county has at least a coin or bill with that statement on it. The school district might want to check with their legal counsel on whether they can pay teacher with American money lest they violate the U.S. Constitution.

(Anne Cusack / Los Angeles Times / September 25, 2013) By Cindy Chang November 6, 2013, 3:45 p.m. Hacienda La Puente school board member Joseph Chang was reelected Tuesday despite allegations that he used his influence to benefit a private company that recruits students from China . In a field of six candidates competing for three seats, former school principal Penny Fraumeni was the top finisher with 2,658 votes, or 23%. Chang, a math professor who has served on the school board for 20 years, got 2,379 votes. Anthony Duarte, another incumbent, held onto his seat with 2,280 votes. The other candidates were Jeffrey De La Torre, Henry Gonzales and Bryan Coreas.

KTRK/ABC News The worst off of the animals was a female brown and tan Maltese and poodle mix named Rainy, which had only two legs. Court documents say that Rainy was in a malnourished state and her left paw had exposed bones. The report also said that Rainys right rear leg appears to have rotted off after an injury had exposed about three inches of bone and it went untreated. A foul odor emanated from where the leg had been, the report said.

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