Home Tags Posts tagged with "education"
Thinking of Columbine, focusing on good
Kym Seabolt is impressed that the young adults, who grew up in the wake of Columbine and practiced lockdown drills, don't allow fear to rule their lives.
The value of vocational agriculture
Vocational agriculture promotes pathways to careers in agriculture and provides young people with practical skills and work ethic necessary for employment.
W. Va. and OSU Extension produce podcast
Listeners can tune into the Extension Calling podcast via podcast apps, WVU Extension Service and Ohio County's website and Facebook pages.
Enroll in Spanish on the dairy farm courses
After the launch of its Spanish on la Granja 101 course in January, Dairy Girl Network is now re-offering the course as well as an intermediate 201 level.
National Dairy Shrine offers over $50,000 in scholarships
The National Dairy Shrine will be accepting applications for its annual scholarship program from March 1 until the deadline of April 15.
Dressing for carpool success
Kymberly Foster Seabolt shares her thoughts on a proposed bill in Tennesse that would detail rules for how parents can dress and behave on school grounds.
Good old days: Tricking the schoolmaster
Local schools were scarce in frontier communities during the mid- to late-19th century, nor was there much in the way of celebrating the Christmas holiday.
USDA grants will improve health care, education
Several rural West Virginia and southeastern Ohio communities are receiving money to improve rural health care through the DLT Grant Program.
Ag equipment dealer recognized for apprenticeship program
During Agriculture and Food Careers Week in Pennsylvania, Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding recognized Messick's Farm Equipment in Lancaster County, Pa.
School and nonprofit create farm partnership
Old Trail School and Countryside have created a new farm-school partnership to provide hands-on educational opportunities for the school.