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Just about every year, Woodmore High School has had at least one foreign exchange student. This year there are four exchange students.
One student, from Finland, is Charlotta Makinen. She is staying with Whitney Flick, high school English teacher. She has been here since Aug. 3 and will be staying until summer.
Jim Witt, superintendent of Lake schools, used a moment in a brief presentation at Tuesday’s meeting of the Lake Township trustees to try to squelch a rumor about the school district’s finances.
Revenues from a 4.75-mill, 5-year operating levy, if passed, won’t be used to help fund the high school building currently under construction, he said.
A Fremont company is recalling ready-to-eat beef and pork products, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service, which said the meat was produced without federal inspection.
E-Z Shop Kitchens, Inc. is recalling:
Many parents attending a school board meeting last Tuesday were critical of the board’s approval of pay hikes for 12 administrators in the Oregon City Schools District.
The board had approved raises for 12 administrators at an August 16 meeting. Superintendent Mike Zalar received the biggest raise, from $116,965 to $130,221.
Science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine, or STEMM, is where educators say the jobs are.
STEMM jobs are growing at a rate of 3:1 compared to other sectors of the job market.
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