When accidentally destroying his workplace gets successful salesman Teddy (Kevin Hart) fired, he can’t find another decent job unless he finally gets his GED. But two major things stand in his way: Carrie (Tiffany Haddish), a teacher with no time for grown-up class clowns, and Stewart (Taran Killam), Teddy’s high school nemesis-turned-principal who will do anything to see him fail. Now every school rule is about to be broken when they all go head-to-head in a wild battle of wits, pranks and lessons you can’t learn in books. Night School is in session!
My new girlfriend Cindy is crazy, kids are going missing and the janitor is up to something. This is not how I remember Kindergarten.
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Real World Video (Urban Farm) – The Brian Cox school experiments are designed to support teachers to carry out experimental science in the classroom, and relate it to real world experiences. Creative and experimental approaches are particularly important for keeping students interested and engaged in science, and for equipping them well for the future, whether or not they pursue a career in science.
Each written resource is accompanied by four videos; two with extra information on how to carry out the experiment and two on how the experiment relates to the real world.
Replay of The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Radio Show from 4-21-18 on 860AM WNOV and W293cx 106.5 FM Milwaukee WI,
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# Chris Townsend, Deputy Head (Pastoral) at Felsted School, talks about their stand in the Grand Marquee, at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013
16TH CENTURY PREP SCHOOL BOARDING HOUSE GUTTED BY MYSTERY FIRE TO BE REBUILT – SURGIMUS EX CINERE!!
Daily Telegraph 9:42AM BST 16 Jul 2012
A huge blaze has gutted the historic £25k-a-year Felsted Prepatory School in Essex which was founded in 1564 by Lord Chancellor Richard Rich.
Firefighters battled through the night to contain the blaze which tore through the first floor and roof of the historic building.
The blaze broke out in one of the boarding houses, Follyfield House, which sleeps up to 60 pupils during term time.
Witnesses reported seeing huge flames bellowing from the roof of the girls’ boarding house at around 7pm yesterday evening.
MP Andrew Tyrie, cricketer Nick Knight and former chief of staff General Sir Richard Dannatt are some of its more recent success stories.
Two of Oliver Cromwell’s sons, Richard and Henry also went to the school along with several figures from both the military and clergy.
The school has already finished for holidays but it is thought some 25 pupils may have been staying there at the time.
The area was evacuated and nobody was injured.
Firefighters battled the inferno for nearly five hours but were hampered in their efforts by a lack of water despite years of planning targeted at a ‘worst case scenario’ blaze at the school building.
Major building works took place for the 400th anniversary celebrations in 1964, when the Queen Mother laid the foundation stone for the then new Music School.
A full-scale training exercise just over 18 months ago saw 45 firefighters and nine appliances descend on the school to practice a pre-organised routine.
At the time fire bosses said the exercise – which took a year and a half to organise – had gone off without a hitch.
Deputy headteacher Chris Townsend said at the time: “This kind of exercise is crucial to make sure we understand our procedures and the fire service understand our building.
“School House is the biggest and oldest building making it the most difficult to evacuate and to tackle a fire within it if one were to ever break out.
“At any one time there could be 60 students sleeping in there and by doing this we are giving them the best chance of survival in the result of a fire.”
Today the boarding school confirmed that none of its pupils had been staying there at the time of the blaze but that 25 students from Stafford House International Summer School were in residence when the fire began and had been evacuated safely.
No one has been reported injured.
Firefighters eventually contained the blaze just before midnight after being forced to pump water from a lake half a mile away due to problems with a lack of water supply.
Crews remained at the scene this morning damping down hot spots as structural engineers were called in to begin to assess the damage caused by the huge blaze.
Ray Skinner, Essex County Fire and Rescue Service Divisional Officer, said: “We have been hampered throughout this incident by a poor water supply.
“We are using the high volume pump to get water from a lake around half a mile away.
“Crews will be here throughout the night working to contain the fire and this will supply the many gallons of water they will need.
“Firefighters have been working extremely hard in difficult conditions.
“On arrival crews were faced with a large and well established fire which has spread inside the building which is now completely alight.
“We now have the fire contained but crews will remain here throughout the night continuing to contain the fire and make sure that it does not spread to the nearby house.There is still a great deal of work for us to do here.”
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OMAFRA’s Peter Johnson gives viewers advice on how to plant a successful winter wheat stand.
Biggest School In the World – City Montessori India
CITY Montessori school in India is the world’s biggest – with a staggering 47,000 pupils. It is so large a packed Anfield could comfortably attend – with room to spare. The school – known as CMS for short – employs an army of 3,800 staff, including teachers, support staff, cleaners, rickshaw drivers, and even electricians, carpenters and gardeners. It has over 1,000 classrooms, 3,700 computers and goes through thousands of pounds worth of stationary and books each year. Based in the city of Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh, CMS was set up by Dr. Jagdish Gandhi, 75, and his wife Bharti in 1959 with just five pupils. Today, it sprawls over 20 campuses across the city – and is still growing despite doubling in size during the last 14-years alone.
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2017 marked the RHS Campaign for School Gardening’s 10th birthday. To mark the occasion, we wanted to learn more about our members and discover what’s important to them. This infographic presents some of our findings!
School Board Meeting June 5, 2018
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This toys dolls parody video shows toddlers Anna and Elsa at Art Class at school painting using beautiful colors. Who’s painting is the most beautiful? Watch the video and enjoy!
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Peter Johnson from OMAFRA discusses the need to evaluate your planting depth by looking closer at your plant stand and root structure.
Constance Carter, head of the Science Reference Section at the Library of Congress, describes the history of the school garden in America and offers reasons why school gardens are making a comeback.
Constance Carter works in the Library’s Science, Technology and Business Division.
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We had SO much fun this week planting flower seeds for spring! These cute little flower pots will be perfect for the students’ Mother’s Day gifts! If you haven’t planted seeds with your students yet this year, you definitely should. They absolutely LOVE it! Enjoy! 🙂
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