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Pembroke Daily Observer
Pembroke SnoSpree underwayseniors at 10 a.m. to 11 a.m., the other for parents and tots from 11 a.m. to n
Pembroke SnoSpree underway
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 3 days ago
seniors at 10 a.m. to 11 a.m., the other for parents and tots from 11 a.m. to noon. Then, over at Rotary Park, the Rotary Club of Pembroke is holding its annual skating party from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Free hotdogs, drinks, face painting and more are... Read more
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The Advocate
BASIS seeking to open charter schools in Baton Rouge, New Orleans: ‘We do not lower the bar,’ CEO says of the challenging schoolscriteria,” he said. The bar BASIS sets for its students is dauntingly high, as
BASIS seeking to open charter schools in Baton Rouge, New Orleans: ‘We do not lower the bar,’ CEO says of the challenging schools
The Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
criteria,” he said. The bar BASIS sets for its students is dauntingly high, as Bezanson sketched out for the packed Rotary Club of Baton Rouge luncheon crowd: More On This Topic Algebra starts in sixth grade, and students have to take Advanced... Read more
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The Advocate
BASIS seeking to open charter schools in Baton Rouge, New Orleans: ‘We do not lower the bar,’ CEO says of the challenging schoolshe said. The bar that BASIS sets for its students is dauntingly high, as Bezan
BASIS seeking to open charter schools in Baton Rouge, New Orleans: ‘We do not lower the bar,’ CEO says of the challenging schools
The Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
he said. The bar that BASIS sets for its students is dauntingly high, as Bezanson sketched out for the packed Rotary Club of Baton Rouge luncheon crowd: More On This Topic Algebra starts in sixth grade, and students have to take Advanced... Read more
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The Advocate
BASIS seeking to open charter schools in Baton Rouge, New Orleans: ‘We do not lower the bar,’ CEO says of the challenging schoolshe said. The bar that BASIS sets for its students is dauntingly high, as Bezan
BASIS seeking to open charter schools in Baton Rouge, New Orleans: ‘We do not lower the bar,’ CEO says of the challenging schools
The Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
he said. The bar that BASIS sets for its students is dauntingly high, as Bezanson sketched out for the packed Rotary Club of Baton Rouge luncheon crowd: More On This Topic Algebra starts in sixth grade, and students have to take Advanced... Read more
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