Marshall says he looks forward to giving JCPS
students--many of whom live near U of L but have never visited the campus--the chance to "fraternize with other students" and "come together for this thing called chess.
Some of the JCPs
had given a suggestion that antiriot mock- drills be started to prepare the police for such eventualities," the officer added.
before the consent decree was lifted, the exemption took JCPS
out of the
A study at one JCPS
elementary school found that levels of benzene - a carcinogen found in gas and car exhaust - spiked as cars idled in line.
Mayor Abramson has also played a prominent role in supporting the Every 1 Reads initiative, a partnership among the city, JCPS
and local chamber of commerce to ensure that every student is reading at or above grade level.
Republic of South Africa, Department of Home Affairs, JCPS
Cluster Media Briefing, 5 May 2005.
Before considering a student's race, the JCPS
makes assignments based on "place of residence, school capacity, program popularity, random draw and the nature of the student's choices.
develop national security policy in general and with regard to specific issues which cannot be dealt with by the JCPS
or IRPS Cabinet Committees;
The guest editors of this JCPS
special issue, then, are to be commended.
was unable to control fuel and water consumption, and was forced to batch-process attendance figures, grades and scheduling on its mainframe computer.
schools nearest the home include Bates Elementary (grades K - 5), Newburg Middle School (grades 6 - 8), and Fern Creek High School (grades 9 - 12).
is the 27th-largest school district in the United States and has more than 150 schools serving about 100,000 students.