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Fast ForWord program works wonders, school officials say

Staci Puzio, along with North Sashabaw Elementary Principal Debra Latozas and Renaissance High School Principal Billie Pambid, updated Clarkston School Board on Fast ForWord program, Nov....more >>
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Teachers awarded $8,462 in grants

For the fifth consecutive year, teachers in Oxford Community Schools will be receiving grant money to help them teach in creative ways. The Assistance League of Southeastern Michigan awarded 10 grants, totaling $8,461....more >>
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Born May 24th
1878: Lillian Moller Gilbreth, pioneer in time-motion studies.
1895: Samuel I. Newhouse, American publisher.
1903: Arthur Vineberg, Canadian heart surgeon.
1905: Mikhail Sholokhov, Russian novelist (And Quiet Flows the Don).
1928: William Trevor, Irish short story writer and novelist (The Old Boys, The Boarding House).
May 24th
in history
1607: Captain Christopher Newport and 105 followers found the colony of Jamestown at the mouth of the James River on the coast of Virginia.
1610: Sir Thomas Gates institutes laws divine moral and marshal, a harsh civil code for Jamestown.
1624: After years of unprofitable operation, Virginia's charter is revoked and it becomes a royal colony.
1689: English Parliament passes the Act of Toleration, protecting Protestants. Roman Catholics are specifically excluded from exemption.
1738: The Methodist Church is established.