Late teacher honored with memorial scholarship

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Continuing a legacy of helping students is the goal behind a memorial scholarship in honor of late Ogden High School teacher Clay Christensen. A spaghetti and silent auction fundraiser is set for 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, March 24, in the Ogden High auditorium. 


Weber School District sends four teams to international robotics competition

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Four Weber School District teams are headed to the Worlds VEX Robotics Competition in April, one of which is an all-girl team. 


Push to raise Utah income tax to help schools moving ahead

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A group of business leaders is moving ahead with a push to get Utah voters to raise the state income tax to generate an extra $750 million annually to address a teacher shortage, crowded classrooms and other school needs


Hill AFB, others give $1.7 million boost to Davis schools for STEM education

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The Davis School District just got almost $2 million richer.


Rich Nye to serve as next Ogden School District superintendent

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The Ogden School Board appointed a new superintendent to replace Sandy Coroles when she leaves her post in June.


Eccles to display Ogden, Weber student art this spring

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Junior high and high school student art is going to be displayed at the Eccles Community Art Center.


Weber State president talks legislative outcomes

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As a result of the 2017 legislative session, Weber State is receiving money for salary increases and several other allocations, including money to renovate the school’s Social Science Building.


Ogden Latino advocates seek school action on immigration issue

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Those seeking change say heightened talk of cracking down on undocumented immigrants is causing alarm among some students.


The winners and losers of the 2017 Utah Legislative session

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We looked at the bills most affecting four groups in Northern Utah, including students and teachers, the environment, the restaurant industry and low-income residents.


Utah 2017 legislative session includes wins and losses for N. Utah schools

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Education has been a hot topic during the 2017 legislative session. 

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