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  • Community trailblazer Johnston remembered
    Text  Beattie, Samantha, Waterloo Chronicle, 13 Jul 2017, p. 1     Tribute to Mary Johnston's life.
    Text  Beattie, Samantha, Waterloo Chronicle, 13 Jul 2017, p. 1   Tribute to Mary Johnston's life.
  • Opening the doors on KW Bilingual School
    Text  Ward, Marshall, Waterloo Chronicle, 1 Feb 2018, p. 9     Column about KW Bilingual School.
    Text  Ward, Marshall, Waterloo Chronicle, 1 Feb 2018, p. 9   Column about KW Bilingual School.
  • Public board apologizes for gun-toting kitten Twitter post
    Text  Rutledge, Lisa, Waterloo Chronicle, 26 Jan 2017, p. 11     Waterloo Region District School Board faces criticism over a violent tweet.
    Text  Rutledge, Lisa, Waterloo Chronicle, 26 Jan 2017, p. 11   Waterloo Region District School Board faces criticism over a violent tweet.
  • Giving Waterloo Region classrooms air conditioning could cost more than $40M
    Text  Outhit, Jeff, Waterloo Chronicle (Waterloo, On1868), 22 Nov 2018, p. 21     A new report shows two-thirds of public school classrooms have air conditioning and one-third do not.
    Text  Outhit, Jeff, Waterloo Chronicle (Waterloo, On1868), 22 Nov 2018, p. 21   A new report shows two-thirds of public school classrooms have air conditioning and one-third do not.
  • Catholic School Board mourns girl killed in boating accident
    Text  Modi, Namish, Waterloo Chronicle (Waterloo, On), 23 Aug 2018, p. 12     12-year-old Lia Rose Barakett was found dead after a five-day search in a California reservoir.
    Text  Modi, Namish, Waterloo Chronicle (Waterloo, On), 23 Aug 2018, p. 12   12-year-old Lia Rose Barakett was found dead after a five-day search in a California reservoir.
  • Funding boost will expand Laurier's Jumpstart program
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 22 Mar 2018, p. 18     $300 000 donation expands program that promotes post-secondary education to lower income schools.
    Text  Jackson, Adam, Waterloo Chronicle, 22 Mar 2018, p. 18   $300 000 donation expands program that promotes post-secondary education to lower income schools.
  • Public board eyes year-round school, just not yet
    Text  Rutledge, Lisa, Waterloo Chronicle, 1 Feb 2018, p. 7     Waterloo Region District School Board considers "balanced year learning" which reduces Summer vacation to one month.
    Text  Rutledge, Lisa, Waterloo Chronicle, 1 Feb 2018, p. 7   Waterloo Region District School Board considers "balanced year learning" which reduces Summer vacation to one month.
  • Putting the focus on walking
    Text  Jackson, Bill, Waterloo Chronicle, 7 Sep 2017, p. 13     Student Transportation Services looking to get more kids to walk to school.
    Text  Jackson, Bill, Waterloo Chronicle, 7 Sep 2017, p. 13   Student Transportation Services looking to get more kids to walk to school.
  • Honouring women who are giving back to the community
    Text  Fife, Catherine, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Apr 2018, p. 8     Ten local leaders recognized through annual program says MPP Catherine Fife
    Text  Fife, Catherine, Waterloo Chronicle, 12 Apr 2018, p. 8   Ten local leaders recognized through annual program says MPP Catherine Fife
  • Local schools tally provincial funding cuts
    Text  Outhit, Jeff, Waterloo Chronicle, 20 Dec 2018, p. 14     Local schools are tallying cuts to education spending by the Ford government.
    Text  Outhit, Jeff, Waterloo Chronicle, 20 Dec 2018, p. 14   Local schools are tallying cuts to education spending by the Ford government.
  • Catholic board reviews French immersion to meet demand
    Text  Rutledge, Lisa, Waterloo Chronicle, 1 Mar 2018, p. 13     Three open houses set at Catholic French immersion schools to gain parent feedback
    Text  Rutledge, Lisa, Waterloo Chronicle, 1 Mar 2018, p. 13   Three open houses set at Catholic French immersion schools to gain parent feedback
  • Photo radar on the way?
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 19 Oct 2017, p. 1     Region investigating use of AI powered technology to hand out tickets in school and safety zones
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 19 Oct 2017, p. 1   Region investigating use of AI powered technology to hand out tickets in school and safety zones
  • Waterloo Region's high schools prepare for the arrival of legal cannabis
    Text  Mercer, Greg, Waterloo Chronicle (Waterloo, On1868), 4 Oct 2018, p. 15     Students won't be able to use marijuana on school property or show up under the influence
    Text  Mercer, Greg, Waterloo Chronicle (Waterloo, On1868), 4 Oct 2018, p. 15   Students won't be able to use marijuana on school property or show up under the influence
  • Engineering up a playground
    Text  Outhit, Jeff, Waterloo Chronicle, 7 Jun 2018, p. 17     University of Waterloo students design new playground for Keatsway Public School.
    Text  Outhit, Jeff, Waterloo Chronicle, 7 Jun 2018, p. 17   University of Waterloo students design new playground for Keatsway Public School.
  • Student conference needs a hand
    Text  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 21 Sep 2017, p. 10     Sir John A. MacDonald Secondary School is hosting the Canadian Student Leadership Conference.
    Text  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 21 Sep 2017, p. 10   Sir John A. MacDonald Secondary School is hosting the Canadian Student Leadership Conference.
  • Back to school also back to hunger
    Text  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 7 Sep 2017, p. 6     September is Hunger Action Month.
    Text  Struthers, Joy, Waterloo Chronicle, 7 Sep 2017, p. 6   September is Hunger Action Month.
  • First Schoolhouse in Waterloo Park (Now/Then)
    Image       The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young photographers (ages 10 to 17) through UpTown Waterloo and presents their photos alongside shots from days past. As the photographers traveled from site to site they explored the space, texture, life and history of our evolving Waterloo and, ...
    Image     The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young photographers (ages 10 to 17) through UpTown Waterloo and presents their photos alongside shots from days past. As ...
  • First Schoolhouse postcard (Now/Then)
    Image       The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young photographers (ages 10 to 17) through UpTown Waterloo and presents their photos alongside shots from days past. As the photographers traveled from site to site they explored the space, texture, life and history of our evolving Waterloo and, ...
    Image     The Waterloo Now/Then Youth Photography Project documents the walk of seven young photographers (ages 10 to 17) through UpTown Waterloo and presents their photos alongside shots from days past. As ...
  • Number of suspensions down to 83 for students with outdated vaccines
    Text  Rutledge, Lisa, Waterloo Chronicle, 13 Apr 2017, p. 13, column 1     83 students have incomplete immunization records.
    Text  Rutledge, Lisa, Waterloo Chronicle, 13 Apr 2017, p. 13, column 1   83 students have incomplete immunization records.
  • Local teacher gets the prime minister's seal of approval
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 17 May 2018, p. 18     Grad 7 teacher Tania Bumstead awarded Prime Minster's Award as one of nation's top teachers in STEM
    Text  Vrbanac, Bob, Waterloo Chronicle, 17 May 2018, p. 18   Grad 7 teacher Tania Bumstead awarded Prime Minster's Award as one of nation's top teachers in STEM
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