Tag Archives: school

Community Song (Citizenship Song) – Audio

There’s so much going on around me. Sometimes I think that it is all about me. Then I look around and see what’s in front of me. It’s you and me, we help others in need. [Techno breakdown] I am a citizen, of my society and I participate in my community. I do my part.… Read More »

Third Indiana Catholic school employee fired in growing scandal over LGBTQ staff

Third Indiana Catholic school employee fired in growing scandal over LGBTQ staff Fisher, who is straight and had been assigned to Roncalli High School, thinks that the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis moved to have her fired because of two Facebook posts she shared in support of before they were fired. The archdiocese has previously… Read More »

What Was Life Like? Episode 5: Medieval | Meet a Medieval Monk

When sleep is sweetest we rise at the bidding of a bell. There is no moment for idleness or self-indulgence. Everywhere peace, Everywhere serenity, and a marvellous freedom from the tumult of the world. Hi I’m Emily, and I’m Sam, we’re here at Rievaulx Abbey. We’re here to discover what it was like to live… Read More »

2011 Dodge Lecture – Food Systems, Famines & Human Rights 9/27/2011 – Olivier De Schutter

Welcome everyone my name is Bob Lawrence, I direct the Center for a Livable Future and I’m really delighted that you’re all here for the eleventh by Edward and Nancy Dodge lecture we’ve had a distinguished group of people come over the years and today we are adding another wonderful jewel to that crown of… Read More »

Advocating for equitable access to health services

Throughout her career, Gloria Sutherland has been a strong advocate for equity and access to health services, with a lifetime of service to the community in regional, state and national roles. As Director of Kimberly Population Health in remote Western Australia, she negotiated partnerships with a range of individuals, organisations and groups spread across the… Read More »

Community Service. Viaró Global School

Last Sunday, thanks to a great idea of students in Baccalaureate, we organized a tournament. To raise money for a charity project. A total of 230 people took part – not bad! – 230 participants, 25 teams, a total of 71 matches played in morning and evening sessions. Last year, a student organized a tournament… Read More »

Bullying, Harassment, & Civil Rights

HELLO. I’M ARNE DUNCAN, U.S. SECRETARY OF EDUCATION. A LOT OF NATIONAL ATTENTION HAS BEEN FOCUSED ON BULLYING AND HARASSMENT, INCLUDING A WHITE HOUSE BULLYING SUMMIT AND GUIDANCE FROM OUR DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. WE’RE CONCERNED BECAUSE NEARLY A THIRD OF STUDENTS BETWEEN 12 AND 18 YEARS OLD REPORT BEING BULLIED IN SCHOOL. THESE CHILDREN AND… Read More »

Lawsuit alleges Catholic Church did not report sexual abuse by teacher

LORI: THE DIOCESE OF HARRISBURG FACES A LAWSUIT FROM A MAN WHO CLAIMS IT HID SEXUAL ABUSE BY A FORMER SCHOOL TEACHER. THE MAN CLAIMS RONALD STEWART, WHO TAUGHT AT SAINT FRANCIS OF ASSISI CATHOLIC SCHOOL IN HARRISBURG, REGULARLY GAVE HIM DRUGS AND ALCOHOL, THEN SEXUALLY ASSAULTED AND RAPED HIM. HE SAYS CHURCH OFFICIALS NEVER… Read More »

Welcome to NCC

[music] Welcome to Northampton Community College. Or maybe you call us “NAC” or “NACKACK”. Ugh. That was fine in the 70s but we’re in the 21st century now and times and our name have changed. We like to go by NCC now. You can even say Northampton. We’re cool with that. But whatever you call… Read More »