“Effective teaching and learning cannot take place unless students feel safe at school,” said U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan in a news release. “Positive discipline policies can help create safer learning environments without relying heavily on suspensions and expulsions.”. The federal guidelines include a letter that outlines how schools can administer student discipline without discrimination, a “guiding principles” document that delves into research and best practices, a directory of school climate and discipline resources and a compendium of school discipline laws and regulations.
Kenison said he’s committed to working with and promoting the theater’s 10 resident companies, He’s begun holding monthly meetings with them and including them on the Bankhead’s regular season schedule, “The theater company has been much more accommodating to the needs and concerns of the resident companies and the community,” said Livermore-Amador Symphony board member 10 ballet shoes charms- 21x13 mm - antique tibetan silver tone- double sided charm- ballet theme ref. 482 and Livermore Valley Opera co-founder Alan Frank, “I think this is a reflection of the change from a development company to a true arts and community theater.”..
Intermission Productions is bringing their show, “Be a Kid Again – Growing Up with Bay Area TV: 1960s-1970s.” The show includes cartoons, “The Three Stooges,” “Creature Features” and a whole lot more. These are live performances celebrating the many memories of the era. The special surprise this year is the appearance of Tinker Bell from the 1953 “Peter Pan” movie. Margaret Kerry will be entertaining the audiences with her stories and her pixie dust. Intermission Productions will have three shows a day Saturday and Sunday in the food booth area on the Be a Kid Again Stage.
Children 12 and younger can participate 10 ballet shoes charms- 21x13 mm - antique tibetan silver tone- double sided charm- ballet theme ref. 482 for free when accompanied by a registered adult, A welcome reception and panel discussion for registered walkers will be held at 3 p.m, Sept, 13 at XOMA Corporation, 2910 Seventh St, Details and registration are available online at www.behcets.com, Along with food, wine and beer from Berkeley vendors, the event will feature live music from local artists and DJs, Proceeds benefit center programs, Tickets are available at taste_of_berkeley.charityhappenings.org or contact Courtney Bracke at firstname.lastname@example.org or 510-856-6771 for details..
Where: Todos Santos Plaza, Concord; www.cityofconcord.org. Highlights: Concord’s “Blues and Soul Diva” Annie Sampson (July 5), award-winning blues performer Willie G (July 19). Where: Lions Wayside Park, First and Neal streets, Pleasanton; www.pleasantondowntown.net. Highlights: Americana outfit Marilyn’s Ghost Band (July 1), 1980s-loving tribute band Fast Times (July 22). Where: Grove Park Gazebo, Main Street, Clayton; http://ci.clayton.ca.us/. Highlights: Jimmy Buffett tribute act Garratt Wilkin and the Parrotheads (June 4); longtime Bay Area pop entertainer Diamond Dave, covering acts ranging from Frank Sinatra to Lady Gaga (Aug. 13).
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