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Primeshots App now offers access to every episode of Mrs. Teacher 2. Only the Hindi version of this web series is available for watching. The YouTube trailer has received more than 500k views and received positive feedback from viewers. Mrs. Teacher 2 cast Aliya Naaz and Ayesha Kapoor in the lead.
I grew up both a little frightened and excited by storms and tornadoes. My mamaw and great grandmother were both horrified of storms, probably an undiagnosed case of lilapsophobia or astraphobia. For me, the sound of the nuclear plant sirens being used as tornado sirens was the scariest. Anyway, I began to study and learn as much about severe weather as I could. In the 8th grade, a tornado hit our small town and killed one man. I sat by a wall in my classroom that was mostly glass windows and there was some communication between classrooms that our county was under warning, but we never went into the hallway. I actually stopped the lesson and told the teacher that the sky was turning an ugly, almost evil, green color. My teacher said, "class, I don't think we are in Kansas anymore." It touched down less than a mile from us.
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Serving over 32 yrs. in PK-Higher Education, Dr. Lynette Angeloni has taught arts education at every grade level for 18 yrs. and held various K-12 administrative roles for 12 yrs. in public, private, and specialty arts schools in two states. She holds a MS in Teacher Supervision and earned a PhD with Honors in Leadership in Educational Administration. Dr. Angeloni is also a Gifted Specialist, and is 2x National Board for Professional Teaching Standards Certified. Throughout her career she has consulted and collaborated with teachers by integrating the arts with all content areas. She was on start-up leadership teams for 3 new schools, one as Lead Teacher and 2 as founding Principal. Prior to joining WGU, she worked as an Educational Consultant and Professional Development Presenter specializing in arts integration, gifted learners, classroom management and differentiated instruction. As a life-long learner, Dr. Angeloni is focused on bringing out the BEST in teaching and learning and has a PASSION for contributing to the future of world-class educators. Her moto is PEP: Passion Empowers Performance in teaching and learning.
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Ms. Nelson's case is not analogous to that of the college teacher or college student whose hair style and amount of facial hair may not be dictated by the administration. Hander v. San Jacinto Junior College, 519 F.2d 273 (5th Cir. 1975), rehearing on other grounds, 522 F.2d 204 (1975); Lansdale v. Tyler Junior College, 470 F.2d 659 (5th Cir. 1972), cert. denied, 411 U.S. 986, 93 S. Ct. 2268, 36 L. Ed. 2d 964 (1973). The situation of the hospital nurse is much closer to that of the law enforcement or fire-fighting professional who works in a highly structured organization where life and death concerns are routine, and discipline and efficiency essential. Yarbrough v. City of Jacksonville, 363 F. Supp. 1176 (M.D.Fla.1973), aff'd, 504 F.2d 759 (5th Cir. 1974); Kelley v. Johnson, 425 U.S. 238, 96 S. Ct. 1440, 47 L. Ed. 2d 708 (1976). In cases such as Ms. Nelson's, "the burden is not upon the state to establish the rationality of its restriction, but is upon the challenger to show that the restriction is wholly arbitrary." Karr, supra, at 617. The decision of the ad hoc committee to recommend a three-ring limit and the acceptance of this recommendation as hospital policy were not arbitrary actions. I can find nothing in the ring rule or the entire dress code which offends accepted tenets of substantive due process. The commentary of Judge Morgan in the Karr opinion is particularly apt in this situation:
Mrs. Judith Highhouse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Engert of Callicoon, was the guest speaker of the Kappa Chapter of Alpha Kappa Delta sorority of Puget Sound University, Tacoma, Wash., recently. Mrs. Highhouse has the scholastic honor of being selected the most outstanding student teacher of the University during the fall term 1962. She received a cash award and an umbrella from the chapter.
Evelyn Heinrichs, teacher-in-charge at the Youngsville School, and Carol Newkirk, art instructor, at the Jeffersonville-Youngsville Central School, have announced their upcoming retirement in a notice given at the regular monthly meeting of the J-YCS school board held last week. At the same meeting, Dr. Reilly announced that on February 9 there will be a district referendum to vote on the purchase of a new relocatable classroom to be paid for by Chapter 1 funds.
A Mandan teacher was among 10 outstanding young North Dakotans who were honored at the North Dakota Jaycees convention held in Jamestown. John Peffer, band teacher at Mandan High School, was one of three teachers chosen for the Outstanding Young Educator award from among 32 candidates. 59ce067264