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On Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Iowa's best high school runners participated in the Drake Relays at Drake Stadium in Des Moines.
Christopher Yeager was honored as the Outstanding Biology Student for General Biology at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colo.
The tuition set-aside program has faced criticism by some state lawmakers and members of the public.
The Waukee school board Monday tasked a committee of parent volunteers with drafting new boundaries within the district. The move is prompted by the construction of Woodland Hills Elementary, which will start this spring.
The Waukee Board of Education will begin discussing the boundaries for the new Woodland Hills Elementary at its meeting tonight at 7 p.m. at the district office.
It's pretty easy to form a consensus against bullying in our schools. But where does the responsibility rest to improve the situation? With parents? With the schools? Or somewhere else?
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Tuition set asides leaves some students accruing debt to pay for other students to attend school.
The Waukee school board is considering a policy that could regulate school employees' use of social media.
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