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State Wants Money Back From Snowline School District – Midyear Budget Reductions

State Wants Money Back From Snowline School District – Midyear Budget Reductions

Board Member Mike Patterson
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(Best Syndication News) Phelan CA – The State of California overpaid the schools, including Snowline School District, and now they want that money back. According to the Snowline Superintendent, Art Golden, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has declared a fiscal emergency and has made massive cuts to public education.

“The Proposition 98 guarantee has been lowered by $1.4 billion for 2007/08 resulting in an over appropriation of $400 million to K-12 education,” Golden said. This has prompted the state to make midyear cuts to “recapture” the money. “The proposed cuts to education are projected to encompass at least the current and subsequent fiscal years (2007/08 and 2008/09),” Golden added.

LibriVox Offers Free Audio Books While Google Videos Offers Educational Tools

LibriVox Offers Free Audio Books While Google Videos Offers Educational Tools

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[Best Syndication News] The internet is such a resource of information for learning. Using online audio books, books, and videos, kids have easy access to learning than any other time in history.

Amateur video enthusiasts as well as Universities are sharing their knowledge and skills online for free. If you search on Google Video you will be able to find a search on numerous video webhosting sites of truly educational and informative information.

Science is just one of many subject matters available for learning. If your child is interested in physics, biology, chemistry, and other science related topics. You might find the information just as educational as your child too!

Using RealPlayer you can download the video. You can use software to burn it to DVD and then watch it on your television on your big screen. It can be better than watching the same old reruns on television.

Top 5 Activities to Do With Your Children this Summer Vacation that Don't Cost Much Money

Top 5 Things to Do With Your Children this Summer Vacation that Don't Cost Much Money

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[Best Syndication News] Summer vacation can either seem to drag on forever, or it can be filled with lots of fun activities that don’t have to cost a fortune. Most importantly the time you can spend with your kids will be the most valuable offering that you can do.

The number one thing you can do for you child is give them lots of love and attention. Be interested in what they are doing. By learning about their interests, yep, that could mean sitting down and watching their favorite show, or going online, they will open up to you and you can expand on their interests. They might be extremely interested in rocks, insects, planets, or even a certain computer game. Use this information to propel them into learning.

Retiring Employees Honored At Snowline School District Board Meeting – Doug Smith Wins Second Place At State Bus Driver Rodeo

Retiring Employees Honored At Snowline School District Board Meeting – Doug Smith Wins Second Place At State Bus Driver Rodeo

2nd Place Winner Doug Smith

(Best Syndication News) We attended the Snowline School District Board meeting on May 27th (See Video Below). On Tuesday night the board honored 13 retiring teachers and one honorary student board member (See Picture Below). Serano High School student, Tucker, will be leaving the board upon graduation and Tuesday was his last night in attendance (see image below).

Typically Tucker is asked for his “preferential” vote before the board considers an item on the agenda. He was a member of the student body and serves as a representative to the board of directors. Mike Peterson and other board members were in attendance and wished the high school senior good luck in his future endeavors.

Telemedicine Industry Segment anticipates Huge Growth in Telehealth and Remote Patient Monitoring

Telemedicine Industry Segment anticipates Huge Growth in Telehealth and Remote Patient Monitoring

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[Best Syndication News] Home Telehealth and Remote Patient Monitoring is expected to grow up to 70 percent in the next three to five years according to a report published by Insight and Intelligence.

The report was completed by gathering by interviewing industry leaders, conducting surveys, and accessed government and other agencies databases. The report was also gathered from other published literature that discussed the telehealth and remote patient monitoring market within the telemedicine industry.

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