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Loverofblues - Parents want ability to opt kids out of state tests - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
That is what I heard about PARCC.
Loverofblues - Parents want ability to opt kids out of state tests - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Because we test grades 5 - 8 and then grade 11. to do this our computer labs have been closed for testing. It was bout 2 1/2 weeks. Then we give to do this at the end of April.
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Why wasn't father watching him while mother was at work?
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ParentS or parent?
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What I've heard from family friends (via Facebook comments) is that his mom was at work, so he was at a friends/babysitters. She was coming to pick him up when she got off work. Reportedly, he was coming out of the house and she was sitting in the car waiting for him when he was shot. Presuming this is all true, then 1) it should dispel any of this "Why was he out??" crap that doesn't matter,…

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JWCC evening CAD and electrical classes start January 13

1 year, 3 months ago from JWCC

Classes meet Monday through Thursday evenings

John Wood Community College will offer several evening Computer Aided-Design (CAD) and Electrical classes at the College’s Workforce Development Center starting January 13.

Classes meet Monday through Thursday evenings from January through May 15 from 5:30 to 10:30 p.m.  Local and regional manufacturers have job openings for individuals with skills learned in JWCC’s programs.

Students interested in computer aided-design should start with Drafting Terminology for CAD Monday evenings from 5:30 to 9 p.m.  This course introduces students to terminology used in the drafting field as related to computer aided-design.  Other classes offered include Introduction to CAD, CAD Applications I, Introduction to Parametric Modeling, CAD Applications II and III, Three Dimensional Application and Introduction to Manufacturing Process.

Survey of Electrical Trades will meet Mondays from 6 to 9 p.m. for students interested in the electrical program.  Other electrical courses being offered this fall include Electrical Applications, Residential Electricity, Electric Motors and Control, Industrial Electricity, Electrical Systems Analysis and Specialized Electrical Circuit. 

Cost for each class is $399 plus applicable fees for in-district residents.  (Survey of Electrical Trade is a two-credit hour class, with a cost of $266.)  Financial Aid may be available for those who qualify.  To register call 217.641.4523 or 217.641.4338 by January 3 to avoid a $75 late fee.

 


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