PROVO — American Fork, Lehi, Lone Peak, Pleasant Grove, and Timpanogos high schools won their divisions at the Rocky Mountain Invitational Marching Band Competition on Tuesday at BYU’s Lavell Edwards Stadium. In all, 22 Utah high school marching bands competed, including bands from Uintah in Vernal to Sky View in Cache County.
The American Fork marching band took first place in Open Class (the largest bands), followed by Davis and Sky View. American Fork swept the caption awards, winning visual performance, musical performance, percussion and color guard.
Timpview took first place overall in the 4A division, followed by Lehi. Lehi won visual performance, percussion and auxiliary performances, with Timpview taking best musical performance.
Lone Peak scored highest in the 3A division, taking best music, percussion and auxiliary performances. Provo won second place overall, and Mountain Crest took third, also winning best visual performance.
In 2A, Pleasant Grove won first place overall, followed by Herriman and Maple Mountain. Pleasant Grove took best visual, percussion and auxiliary performances, with Maple Mountain taking best musical performance.
1A high schools Timpanogos, Spanish Fork and Payson won overall in their division. Timpanogos scored
SALT LAKE CITY — The Natural History Museum of Utah this month is launching a digital program for middle school students that is every bit as cool as the newest iPhone app, according to museum representatives.
The program, Research Quest, is made of three virtual research expeditions where students use 3-D technology, videos and group collaboration to explain mysteries paleontologists are studying at the Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry near Price.
Madlyn Runburg, director of educational initiatives at the museum, said the purpose of the program is “gaming for education.” She said the museum wanted to use its unique information to teach students how to observe, problem solve, infer, analyze and synthesize.
“(Research Quest) is really not about learning about dinosaurs,” Runburg said. “It’s about using the excitement and background knowledge students have about dinosaurs to engage them in authentic, meaningful learning experiences.”
Seven schools participated in the prototyping phase of Research Quest over the past two years. University of Utah researchers said there was a statistically significant change in students’ critical thinking skills after they participated in the program.
In the expeditions, students digitally explore the Cleveland Lloyd bone
High school students may get to sleep in a little later next year after the Bellevue School Board voted start time for district high schools. The new start time tentatively will begin in fall 2016.
The start time is subject to board approval of an implementation plan that includes a feasibility study at each school, a solution brought up after lively discussion by the board over the role that the homework load might play in teenagers sleep schedules, scheduling and the conflict with extra-
“This is the third iteration of this I’ve seen in my 12 years on the board, and it has never gotten to this point, so something is different this time,” said board member Chris Marks, adding “We’re getting lost in three of the 12 million details we can’t decide right now.”
Given that Bellevue high schoolers utilize public buses, the district will need to work with King County Metro to add additional routes — at $50,000 each. How a later school release would affect student athletes also has yet to be decided.
Also unknown is what kind of impact the decision will have
Billabong High International School, Noida is a CBSE affiliated school spread on a seven-acre campus in Sector 34, Noida, India. Founded by the G D Education Society, School is separated into three main divisions and separated into two buildings. The first division is Kindergarten called Kangaroo Kids Noida, Second is Billabong High and third one is Sanchetna, Center for students with special needs.
Kindergarten called Kangaroo Kids Noida, which used a large range of commercially produced resources and manipulative equipment. At Kangaroo Kids Noida the teacher/student ratios are at 1:8 for children between the ages of 2 and 3, and 1:12 for children between the ages 3 and 5.
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Sanchetna, is a school for special need children who struggle in traditional academic settings. Understanding the child’s sensitivity with special learning
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Schools are having to make 999 calls to get treatment for pupils suffering from mental health problems because of service shortages, head teachers say.
They are having to call ambulances or the police to get pupils to A&E for the help they need, they say.
Some schools are being asked to pay for services for troubled pupils that should be provided by the NHS or social services, says the ASCL heads’ union .
The government said it had ring-fenced £1.4bn for children’s mental health.
‘Gap in provision’
But in evidence to the Education Select Committee, teachers, heads and bodies representing counsellors and therapists, complained of “significant problems” securing support for pupils’ mental health problems and special educational needs.
Local mental health services are no longer able to offer early support, and it was very difficult to get hold of the right professional to deal with a child’s special educational need, they said.
The committee, looking at the wellbeing and mental health of children in care, were told: “It often takes a considerable amount of time to arrange meetings and access support, and in some instances, it may be difficult to secure support.”
The delays were affecting all children and young people, not just children in care
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