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School Makes ‘Snow Days’ Thing of the Past – ‘To Be Honest, There’s Been Some Grumbling’

As a kid, snow days were the best thing that ever happened in the winter, next to Christmas. Now, one Minnesota school is making the inevitable snow days a thing of the past.

Gee, thanks, technology

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Your Child and Emergency Evacuations From Sioux Falls Schools-The One Thing You Need to Have

If your child was evacuated from school, here's the one thing you need to have to be reunited with your child.

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Common Core Math + Young Students = Parental Headaches. Turns Out, This Dad is NOT Smarter Than My 2nd Grader

The Common Core is getting "thrown under the bus today. Look at these four "simple" 2nd grade math questions to see why it just doesn't add up.

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Teachers Read Mean Tweets About Themselves

Do you remember a time when teachers would intercept a note passed between students? What if teachers today could read what is being tweeted about themselves? Embarrassing or funny...or both?

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Essay For Third/Fourth Graders Could Earn Class Free Pizza

Agriculture is the number 1 industry in South Dakota. And to help get students involved in agriculture, South Dakota Ag in the Classroom and South Dakota Farm Families are teaming up to sponsor an essay contest for third and fourth grade students in South Dakota.

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Sequestration Impact on South Dakota Teachers

How South Dakota could be impacted by possible future "sequestration."

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Labor Department Helps Students Find Internships

PIERRE - The South Dakota Labor Department is encouraging college seniors and recent graduates to look for internships that provide training and can lead to permanent jobs.

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University of South Dakota Images from Abroad Exhibit to Showcase Student Photos

VERMILLION - The University of South Dakota is showcasing student photography from around the world in a new exhibition.

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School of Mines and Technology Students Pay Tribute to Late President

Students at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology are paying tribute to the late president of their university.

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Armour, South Dakota has a Blue Moon too!

Check your calender boys and girls. You'll note that we've already had one full moon this month. When we get two...they call it a Blue Moon. That got me wondering...

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